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Energy Commission lays out roadmap for improving efficiency

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The Energy Commission has established a set of priorities designed to improve energy efficiency, conservation, sustainability, reliability and affordability in the town.

Bedford Eagle Scout Silas Johnson built a bridge over Ash Bog for his Eagle Award project.

Eagle Scout completes new bridge over Ash Bog

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Silas Johnson's presentation of his Eagle Scout project was met with positive feedback from the Conservation Commission.

An aerial view of the plot at 12-8-4 Kilton Road, which would include a health club, retail building and restaurant.

Bedford health club proposal raises concerns

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Residents who live near a proposed health club, to be built at the corner of Kilton Road and Sullivan Drive, expressed concerns over the project at Monday night's planning board meeting.

An aerial view of the plot where the mixed-use development, including an 116-unit senior apartment building, would be built.

Developer spells out mixed-use plan for Bedford project

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A proposed mixed-use development, including a 55-and-older housing facility, at 379 South River Road is one step closer to fruition after a request for conceptual review at Monday night's Planning...

The outline shows the site of a proposed three-story, 37,000-square-foot health club, a 26,170-square-foot retail facility, and a 180-seat, 6,000-square-foot restaurant, with access off Kilton Road via Sullivan Drive and Ridgewood Road in Bedford. The Planning Board will review the conceptual plan at 7 p.m. Monday, July 14.

Conceptual plan for Bedford complex presented Monday

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The Planning Board will hear a conceptual plan on July 14 to build a three-story health club, retail stores and a restaurant on Kilton Road.

Bedford's South River Road plan laid out

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A public hearing is set for July 16 to garner input on the layout of South River Road and the need to acquire property rights along the TIF district.

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Goffstown considering grant application for rail trail project

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Members of the Rails to Trail Committee met with the Board of Selectmen on Monday night to discuss applying for a grant from NHDOT, which would allow for improvements to the bike trail.

Goffstown's Lizzy Girard, seen with two young girls — Nangoma and Tio — on a volunteer trip to Zambia, will return to Africa in September.

Goffstown graduate makes an international effort of volunteering

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While most of her fellow recent Goffstown High School grads are preparing for their first semester of college, Lizzy Girard has another item to check off her list before hitting the books:...

New Boston resident Kat Deabill, 16, met “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek when she competed on the game show's Teen Tournament.

For Kat Deabill, competing on 'Jeopardy!' is a dream come true

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Beginning July 21, Deabill will be a contestant in the 29th annual “Jeopardy!” Teen Tournament.

Goffstown business panel to do self-assessment

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With two new members joining the board this past month, the Goffstown Economic Development Council is making multi-pronged efforts to bring more businesses to town.

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John Wasiejko is one of two Auburn residents to be recently hired by the Candia Police Department.

Candia Police reach into neighboring Auburn for new officers

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`An insurance salesman and an electrician apprentice will wear Candia Police shields.

Officials continue to discuss Hooksett-only high school

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School Board member Jim Sullivan believes the ultimate long-term solution for Hooksett's ongoing high school dilemma is to build a new school in town.

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No charges yet in crash that killed Allenstown teacher

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State Police continue to investigate last week's accident that took the life of a former Concord High School teacher, and the trooper in charge of the case said charges may be forthcoming against the...

Signs at the entrance to the old Auburn landfill clearly prohibit oil drop off, with the exception of three hours a month, and also direct residents to the regional transfer station on Grey Point Avenue.

0 Auburn incurs costs to dispose of waste oil

0 Allenstown considers major roadwork project

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Panel OKs auction house in Salem industrial district

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An 11,000-square-foot auction house in on its way to 11 Garabedian Drive.

Salem board gives OK for expanded funeral home parking

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The owner of the Douglas-Johnson Funeral Home on Main Street has gotten the okay to fix and expand the business' parking from the Planning Board.

Salem planners delay hearing on Italian cafe plan

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Earlier this week, the Planning Board continued a public hearing on the site plan for the new location for the popular Ralphie's Cafe Italiano restaurant.

Salem planners OK four-lot subdivision plan

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The Planning Board has approved Richard Mika's plan for a four-lot subdivision on Lakeshore Road and Goodridge Avenue.

Salem planners OK 84-unit assisted living center

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The Planning Board gave the okay for a proposed 84-unit assisted living and Alzheimer's care unit for Sally Sweets Way, across from the Ingram Senior Center on Tuesday night.

Windham schools proposal seeks to change administrative spending authority

A public workshop on the proposed changes is scheduled for July 29.

Revised plans for Salem High School renovation satisfy board

When architects for the $75 million high school renovation project presented initial sketches for the new entrances at the school last month, some School Board members thought those plans strayed to...

Neighbor blames school renovations for home flooding

Thomas Campbell built his house near the North Salem Elementary School in 1986 and didn't have any problems with water in his basement until the renovations to the school several years ago, he...

Hearing continues on Salem senior living facility

The Planning Board will continue a public hearing on a proposed 84-unit assisted living and Alzheimer's care unit for Sally Sweets Way, across from the Ingram Senior Center on Tuesday night.

Salem selectmen approve town landfill fee increases

Some fees at the town landfill will be going up, but not as much as originally proposed by the town manager

Salem parent's efforts lead to grant for outdoor classroom

A grant from the company of a parent volunteer will help pay for a new outdoor classroom at the Soule Elementary School.

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