Manchester school board to discuss proposed changes to head lice policy Monday night.
While some aldermen believe amendments to city contracts deserve more inspection, the mayor says a proposed change in how the contracts are authorized could be detrimental.
The winners are, from right to left: Evan Chandra, Anusha Murali, Coach Christine Raby, Tarang Saluja and Kunaal Sundara. (COURTESY)
A team of 'mathletes' is ready to represent the state in the national MathCounts competition this May, after taking top honors over the weekend at a math state final.
People from the Upper Valley region to across the world are reaching out to a well-known Cornish couple injured in Florida last month.
May town meeting voters will be asked to approve a feasibility study for up to $80,000 for a proposed parking lot behind the GAR Hall on Grove Street.
An attorney for former Town Administrator John Anderson is asking that two charges against his client be dismissed.
Interim principal Marianne Busteed is hoping to become Nashua High North’s next top administrator, and on Monday night the Board of Education will vote on a recommendation to hire her as the school’s principal at an annual salary of $103,000.
KAPAP master Avi Nardia teaches student Christine Baeza how to break free of restraints during a public workshop at Koryukan Martial Arts in Londonderry on Thursday evening. (APRIL GUILMET PHOTO)
Whether his students are seasoned martial artists or everyday citizens, Avi Nardia likes to remind them that their strongest weapon are their minds and hearts.
Recent findings indicate one in five students at Pembroke Academy have purposely cut, burned or otherwise hurt themselves within the last 12 months, and additional research indicates roughly the same percentage of PA students have used marijuana in the past 30 days, and another 27 percent have consumed alcohol.
The Manchester School District is projecting a budget surplus of more than $800,000 in its current fiscal year, including a surplus of some $600,000 in the district’s salary account.
Elena Trikoz, a former chemical automation engineer, teaches math at the School of Russian Language with a program that combines traditional Soviet school practices with the latest innovations in math education. (Barbara Taormina Photo)
On Saturdays, first-graders who take math classes at the School of Russian Language in Nashua delve into geometry and learn how to measure the perimeters of polygons, compare mass and volume, and calculate the area of geometric figures.
City officials are going to reconsider imposing parking time limits on a street that borders the Easter Seals building, after the nonprofit’s director raised concerns about the potential impact to its staff and patrons.
A few hours after the official notice was released that Brian Balke was named the new SAU 19 superintendent, he had to address an emergency at Mountain View Middle School.
Five warrant articles, including the $5.7 million budget, passed at the 128th annual school district meeting on March 8.
Voters in many towns prepare to conduct their towns' business affairs in annual Town Meeting action Tuesday, March 11.
A large pothole lurks at the corner of Maple and Bridge streets in Manchester. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Just like human bodies, city streets and rural roads are suffering from frostbite and hypothermia in this overload of winter.
The first of three meetings with stakeholders to discuss the conceptual plans for the new women's prison is scheduled tonight in Concord.
Program instructor Jeff Bean works with student Glen Esposito at a CNC Production Boot Camp class. (COURTESY)
The second class in Great Bay Community College's accelerated eight-week Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Production “boot camp” is already underway at SIG Sauer's firearms manufacturing facility at Pease International Tradeport.
Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday to decide a variety of races, including selecting from a crowded field in the Library Trustees race.
The City of Manchester is appealing Hillsborough County Superior Court Judge Kenneth Brown’s ruling that it could not require scrap metal, pawn shops and secondhand shops to upload information to a Texas company under contract to the city.
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- 0 Randolph warrant addresses non-winter use of ATV’s, hike in ambulance contract
- 0 Bridgewater, Hebron to vote on school withdrawal study
- 0 Pilots from around the country enjoy Alton Bay ice
- 0 Dover woman to hike Appalachian Trail in style
- 0 Deadline set for identifiers on for-profit MADD donation bins in NH
- 0 Dover man found not guilty of sex assault but convicted of drugging three women in Portsmouth
- 0 Wintery weather doesn’t cut NH crime, but it can change it
- 0 Cyber defense competition coming to University of New Hampshire
- 0 Navy again seeking bids to develop former prison 'The Castle' at Portsmouth shipyard
- 0 License revocations for DWI announced
- 0 Stratham-based Lindt USA to expand facility, produce Ghiradelli products
- 0 Digital Portsmouth event: All about Bitcoin
- 0 EnerTrac ends fuel delivery guessing game
- 0 Rochester manufacturer Lydall Filtration/Separation to present leaner look with new mini mill
- 0 Sam Asano's Let's Invent: Are patents overrated?
- 0 CIOs make their mark in NH
- 0 New Hampshire Senior News in Brief
- 0 Seniors Count-Nashua workshop tackles forgetfulness
- 0 UPDATED: Mass. man charged after hitting barrier at Bedford toll plaza
- 0 Massachusetts woman injured in Milan snowmobile crash
- 0 NH native leads field in Iditarod sled dog race in Alaska
- 0 Dartmouth College mourns sudden death of student
- 0 ATV sinks trying to skim water of Weirs Beach
- 0 Fire destroys vacant Nashua building
- 2 Officials say law governing bingo 'consultants' needs work
- 4 NH delays enforcing liquor warehouse pact
- 21 Planned Parenthood funds S&M Web video
- 0 New Hampshire syrup king, author make a sweet pair
- 1 John DiStaso's Granite Status: Gatsas incensed by unauthorized use of his phone number for 'robocalls'
- 1 Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Vote on death penalty repeal set for Wednesday
- 0 John Harrigan: A rare appearance by Mr. Outdoor Answer Man
- 1 Ted Siefer's City Hall: It was all about chickens, alleged threats and nocturnal wanderings
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For New Hampshire towns, it’s time to vote
Planned Parenthood funds S&M Web video
Blue shame: Obamacare's big change
NH delays enforcing liquor warehouse pact
Ted Siefer's City Hall: It was all about chickens, alleged threats and nocturnal wanderings
John DiStaso's Granite Status: Gatsas incensed by unauthorized use of his phone number for 'robocalls'
For New Hampshire towns, it’s time to vote