A frustrated Mayor Joyce Craig said homeless encampments on the lawn of the Hillsborough County courthouse likely will remain, after state officials told her they do not plan to force anyone off the property.
The chairman of the Rockingham County Board of Commissioners allegedly admitted that he texted inappropriate jokes — some of a sexual nature — to an employee of the Rockingham County Rehabilitation and Nursing Center who recently resigned, according to a newly released investigative report.
After cancer treatment kept Marlborough’s Earl Nelson off the ballot this summer, he has stepped forward as a write-in candidate for Cheshire County sheriff against Aria DiMezzo, a transgender, satanic anarchist who won the Republican primary unopposed.
Nashua’s Board of Aldermen voted this week to hire a full-time coordinator to help address a heavy volume of Right-to-Know requests, which city officials say has reached the point where some city employees are spending half their working hours producing thousands of documents.
The police certification of fired Manchester police officer Aaron Brown, who has been described by a city lawyer as a “proven racist,” will be heard next month by the state board that issues and revokes the essential document.
Epping voters this week approved a $13.5 million project that will decommission and close two sewage lagoons at the wastewater treatment plant that have posed safety concerns and install a solar field.
Former Hillsborough County Attorney John Coughlin said he has received a congratulatory message from his Republican Party primary opponent but will wait until he sees official results before declaring himself a winner.
Manchester’s police chief has asked the state Police Standards and Training Council to decide whether “a proven racist” should maintain his police officer certification after an arbitrator ruled he be allowed to return to duty.
Manchester Police Chief Carlo Capano said Friday he was “saddened and sickened” by a ruling that calls for former Manchester police Officer Aaron Brown, described as a “proven racist,” to keep his job.
MANCHESTER — Carlo Capano, who has been the city’s police chief during some of the most challenging times for law enforcement nationwide, announced his retirement Tuesday, effective at the end of the month.