Selectmen and the Economic Development Committee are keeping a close eye on Interstate 293 in Manchester, as the state addresses a plan to improve Exits 6 and 7 – and possibly direct access to...READER COMMENTS: 0
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- BY SEN. JEANNE SHAHEEN AND JUDD GREGG
- GLENN NORMANDEAU
- BY REP. CAROL SHEA-PORTER ANOTHER VIEW
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Gov. Maggie Hassan has added her voice to those warning that Northern Pass partners are not likely to succeed in any attempt to traverse the Connecticut Lakes Headwaters conservation area with...READER COMMENTS: 9
Two former governors who were instrumental in creating the Connecticut Lakes Headwaters conservation area agree with the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests that the area is off...READER COMMENTS: 0
Though winter is now a distant memory, some Londonderry residents are being reminded of the season more often then they’d like.READER COMMENTS: 0
Working with collaborators in Brazil, Keene State College associate professor of biology Kristen Porter-Utley is searching for the answers to the evolutionary mysteries of an over looked plant...READER COMMENTS: 0
Residents, businesses and public works crews took advantage of Tuesday morning’s sunshine to clean up from a Monday afternoon storm that plowed through the city.READER COMMENTS: 0
PORTSMOUTH - Severe thunder storms rolled through the city Monday afternoon causing flash flooding, downed trees and some power outages.READER COMMENTS: 0
The National Weather Service is warning that a few strong to severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and into this evening in southern New Hampshire.READER COMMENTS: 0
Hooksett Town Administrator Dean Shankle said he was unfamiliar that many towns around the country had offered financial incentives to lure Bass Pro Shops, saying that type of business arrangement...
Two brothers who own the land surrounding an old family cemetery on Dimond Hill Road are hoping to put to rest allegations that gravesites were disturbed.READER COMMENTS: 0
MANCHESTER - The Board of School Committee is expected to hear details of a new pilot program being proposed for three local schools, which involves dumping a day’s worth of trash on a school...
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