Superintendent Chip McGee listens to third-graders Ashley Bergeron and Libby Norris talk about their “Knockey Pad” invention.
Students at Peter Woodbury School got to show off their engineering handiwork at the elementary school's annual Invention Convention on Thursday, showcasing student-made gadgets designed to solve...
A Bedford town council candidate is facing criticism for threatening — if elected — to fire a public works employee and cut the department's budget after a plow driver damaged his mailbox...
Justin Daka, 67, of Nashua, was ticketed for speeding Thursday morning after he lost control of his tractor-trailer, which jackknifed on the F. E. Everett Turnpike in Merrimack.READER COMMENTS: 0
Already a master at cruising around on a cart with a pair of wheels that substitute for his paralyzed hind legs, Hayden was ready when HandicappedPets.com needed to test a new product designed for...READER COMMENTS: 4
Omayra Morales, 27, of Manchester is accused of leaving the scene of an accident in Merrimack.READER COMMENTS: 0
Town officials have hired an environmental attorney to provide guidance about the proposed pipeline that could impact local property owners.
Despite a modest turnout, the annual joint meeting of the town council, school board and state legislature delegates provoked meaningful discussion on matters of importance to Bedford residents.
Questions as to whether the Bedford High School boys' hockey team could remain contenders into the Division I postseason were silenced in resounding fashion on Wednesday.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Manchester Central boys' basketball team overcame a six-point deficit early in the third quarter and ran away with a 60-43 win over Merrimack on Tuesday night.
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