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Goffstown DPW director to step down

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After 17 years of service to the town, longtime Goffstown Department of Public Works Director Carl Quiram is stepping down from his post on Nov. 21.

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Amherst man charged in road rage incident on Everett Turnpike

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John Tiso, 45, of Amherst is accused of threatening to knock a woman's teeth out in a road rage incident from September on the F. E. Everett Turnpike.

Mike Brown, president and CEO of Hudson-based Prosenex, holds his company's dynamic neuroscreening device, which won the New Hampshire High Tech Council's Product of the Year Award on Thursday night. The event was held at Manchester Country Club in Bedford.

Hudson's Prosenex wins for diabetes device

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Hudson-based medical device company Prosenex won the New Hampshire High Tech Council's Product of the Year Award last night at the Manchester Country Club for its Dynamic Neuroscreening Device,...

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Mom whose toddler son drowned in bathtub asks for sentence reduction

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A judge will once again decide whether to reduce the prison sentence for a Merrimack mother serving five to 10 years in prison for the 2011 negligent drowning of her baby.

Bethany Covenant Church members, from left, Tom Marinkov, Kate and Dick Hyde, Stephanie Dowling, and Gabe and Emily Shupe volunteered at an event last weekend at the Manchester nonprofit Food for Children, distributing food to more than 300 needy families. The church, active in many volunteer projects, is increasing its efforts as winter approaches.

Bethany Covenant Church aims to serve NH and beyond

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The Bedford church is embracing the upcoming winter season by increasing its ongoing volunteer efforts.

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Bedford to hold open forum on signage ordinance

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The town will host a roundtable discussion next week for residents and business owners who have concerns about the town's sign ordinance.

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Bedford's tax rate increases by 33 cents from 2013

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The town of Bedford's tax rate has been set at $22.50 for 2014, an increase from $22.17 in 2013.

TFMoran's revised plans show improvements to the proposed Wayfarer development, including an elongated island in the parking lot to discourage left turns in the right-in/right-out driveway.

0 Bedford board's OKs pave way for project at old Wayfarer Inn site

Sports

Defensive end Eric Glassman is shown during Bedford High's football practice for Saturday's semifinal game against Exeter.

Something's gotta give when Exeter, Bedford meet Saturday

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When the Bedford High football team hosts Exeter in the Division I semifinals Saturday at 1 p.m., it will be a matchup of a Bulldogs defense that has allowed 8.9 points per game and a Blue Hawk...

Exeter players celebrate their win over Bedford in the Div. I state championship game hosted at Exeter High School Sunday. Exeter won 3-0.

NHIAA D-I Girls' Soccer Championship: Exeter can't be denied

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All-American Casey Estey scored twice to lead the top-ranked Blue Hawks to a convincing 3-0 victory over second-ranked Bedford for the title at William Ball Stadium Sunday.

Souhegan's Nick Tabor runs onto the field to celebrate with Ali Eweiss, right, who scored the game winner in the 70th minute of the Sabers' 1-0 win over Goffstown in the Division II soccer semifinals on Wednesday.

NHIAA Div. II Boys' Soccer semis: Souhegan 'dream' goal leads Sabers to final

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Souhegan of Amherst, the sixth seed, defeated seventh seed Goffstown 1-0 in the first game of the NHIAA Division II boys' soccer semifinals in Nashua Wednesday.

NHIAA Div. I Volleyball Semis: Pinkerton, Merrimack advance to final

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The Pinkerton Academy girls' volleyball team advanced to the Division I championship game with a 3-2 win over Nashua North on Wednesday night. The Astros will meet Merrimack in Saturday's final.

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