TOWN MEETING 2017

Another option has been added to the ongoing puzzle about how to cope with town meeting elections that were moved due to the March 14 blizzard: a...

As lawmakers in the State House hash out the legality of snowstorm-postponed town elections, one of the most intriguing points of debate has been...

This year’s unprecedented movement of some annual meeting elections has generated an esoteric legal debate in the State House, but in places like...

The unprecedented confusion over town meeting voting being moved due a blizzard got even more unprecedented and stayed just as confusing Tuesday...

We are a group of New Hampshire town moderators with no political agenda other than trying to run our town meetings fairly and legally. We have...

As you’ve probably heard, the decision by some communities to hold their annual town election March 14 in the midst of a dreadful blizzard kept...

A pair of detailed, lengthy slide shows supplied the meat and potatoes at Saturday’s Winnisquam Regional School District meeting, along with a...

The town of Wilmot will hold on to the old town garage for another year.An article that would have given the select board the authority to sell the...

In the wake of uncertainty over the validity of some towns’ postponed ballot voting, Boscawen moderator Charlie Niebling said he’s glad he stuck to...

With just one elementary school holding 63 students, Hill School District will officially become SAU 103 on July 1.The topic came up only briefly...

The unprecedented delay of last week’s elections in one-third of New Hampshire towns due to a blizzard has put millions of dollars in town spending...

Hill School DistrictVoters to deal with creating SAUHot topic: After Franklin withdrew from SAU 18 this past winter, the Hill School District has...

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