Despite traffic concerns and potential parking woes, nearly 250 new apartments have been approved by city planners for Nashua’s east side -- projects that could possibly entice rail activity in the region.
After months of controversy over which direction the project should take, city councilors voted Monday night to move forward with a federal application to redevelop the Thomas J. McIntyre Federal Building site.
SWANZEY — A planned roundabout at the junction of Route 32 and Sawyers Crossing Road is not going to be built this year after the New Hampshire Department of Transportation failed to receive bids for the project.
DALTON — By a small but significant margin, voters at a special town meeting on Tuesday evening adopted emergency temporary zoning that they hope can be used to prevent the construction of a landfill in the town.
LITTLETON — The completion of another phase of the River District revitalization project, whose goal is to make Littleton and the downtown an inviting place for not only locals and tourists, but for businesses thinking of setting up shop in the community, was celebrated last week.
WINDHAM — PPI Enterprises, LLC, the company that was denied planning board approval earlier this spring to perform ledge blasting to construct a self-storage facility at 14 Ledge Road in Windham is now suing the town to appeal that decision.
DALTON — While they disagreed on whether emergency temporary zoning should be adopted at the upcoming special town meeting, voters at an informational hearing Tuesday were generally of one mind in not voicing support for a landfill being built in their community, which is the goal of the zon…
MANCHESTER — The deadline to file papers to run for office in the 2019 Manchester municipal primary election came and went Friday, with contested races looming for alderman and school board seats in all 12 wards and the mayoral race.
DERRY — At a Town Council workshop Thursday, councilors discussed a list of over 20 goals for the town that they would like to pursue, but renovations at Hood Park was the only item with the support of more than two councilors.