Local and County Government
Several burned out and dilapidated apartment buildings remain vacant and untouched in center city neighborhoods. 0
The union has said members will "no longer perform duties" outside those identified in their job descriptions and collective bargaining agreement - and the Fire Prevention Week parade might only be... 0
A conceptual plan to build 21 apartments along the Daniel Webster Highway received a cool reception from town planners this week. 0
Despite a significant citywide surplus from fiscal year 2018, the city's school department was forced to spend $250,000 from reserve accounts. 0
Don't bring your guns to town — or at least not to the Monadnock Rod and Gun Club range as it's been shut down due to a cease-and-desist order from Town Hall. 0
A comment allegedly made by a town official during a telephone conversation with a resident has spilled over into the political arena. 0
Longtime observers may remember a conversation in 2016 when Levasseur suggested "upping the ante" regarding rewards being offered by the Crimeline program. 0
It's the kind of place where you'll likely run into friends and neighbors with insight to share on everything from the weather to what's on the Town Meeting docket. 0
Sixty-nine years of age. A time for grandchildren, scrapbooks and catching up on novels. For Joanne Berry, it's a time for seven-hour shifts at Dunkin' Donuts, pinching pennies and eviction. 0
During a joint subcommittee meeting Thursday night, town councilors and school board members agreed to set aside “animosities” and work together to find ways to stabilize taxes. 0
A local planning official is frustrated that Bedford's senior citizens have been placed on the back burner, arguing this week that a new senior center or community center must be included in the... 0
After a citywide revaluation that significantly increased property assessments, the local tax rate is expected to substantially decrease. 0
A portion of the building at 14 Court St. in Nashua may soon be home to several new art studios. 0
City officials are backing a plan to explore whether a new hotel would be appropriate for the downtown area. 0
The Board of Selectmen voted Monday to raise sewer rates to $4.65 per 100 cubic feet in 2019, $4.85 in 2020, $4.85 in 2021 and $4.95 in 2022 following the recommendation of town Finance Director... 0
He might have been a multimillionaire, former CEO of one of the largest employers in the state, with a mansion on the north end of town, but to a lot...
Some in New Hampshire's medical pot industry worry that patients will begin heading across the border for their medicine.
As baby boomers close in on the traditional retirement age of 65, Granite State business leaders are carving out multiple approaches to attracting...
City police have been called to the campus on Dunbarton Road 135 times since it opened in 2015, including 13 times for assaults and four times for...
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