Local and County Government
Under a provision in a newly proposed police contract, certain disciplinary records may be purged after three or five years by the police chief. 0
The general manager of the nation's 13th-largest airport in Houston, Texas, is Mayor Joyce Craig's pick to become the new chief executive of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. 0
Preliminary plans to construct about 120 apartments next to Bedford High School are being proposed by two area businessmen. 0
Although 500 apartment units are in the process of being constructed, that is not nearly enough, according to Nashua's community development director. 0
At a recent Laconia Council meeting, Councilor Bob Hamel said, “I know you guys think you can walk on water...” when in fact, that's not what Laconia's 36 firefighters think. 0
A hearing has been scheduled this week at Merrimack Superior Court on a complaint filed by Dunbarton taxpayers looking to prevent a special meeting this September to determine the use of $1 million... 0
School administrators recently met with members of the Manchester Proud group to give a presentation on city schools and the community. 0
Several residents are up in arms because of the abrupt resignation of the town's building inspector, alleging that the longtime employee was recently forced to either quit or be fired. 0
Manchester Public Health Director Tim Soucy said that after 28 years in the Manchester Health Department he feels “blessed to live, work and raise my family” in the Queen City. 0
The city council in Portsmouth at its meeting Monday unanimously approved a $3.4 million bond for the construction of multi-purpose public recreational fields. 0
Smoke testing to help city officials in Dover locate spots where the sewer system needs repair will take place this week. 0
The City on the Lakes celebrated its 125th anniversary Saturday with a party by land and by air. 0
Mayor Joyce Craig said she hopes to have a nominee for director of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport by mid-August. 0
Officials said a 470 percent increase in the cost of processing recyclables in just the last year was the driving factor. 0
Levasseur has an answer for those calling him out on Twitter and Facebook. 0
BEDFORD - Following a week of public pressure, the Bedford School Board will investigate why a top high school administrator testified as a character...
After spending more than a month away from the team while recovering from a strained patellar tendon in his left knee, Guerrero Jr. was happy to be...
Goffstown Back Road was closed for two hours Saturday.
The low unemployment rate is causing headaches for many businesses, though, as they struggle to find qualified people to fill openings.
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