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Renters in line for more relief


Can New Hampshire spend $200 million in federal money to keep people in their homes when it wasn’t able to spend $20 million last year for the same...

After more than a decade of discussion it looks like all the pieces are nearly in place to bring a supermarket to Penacook along with not one, but...

Major upgrade planned at Concord airport


David Rolla believes that as “one of the first impressions visitors get of the city,” the Concord airport has to create a more welcoming space.With...

Officials in Pittsfield are a county mile apart when it comes to choosing a budget for the school district.Like towns across the state, funding for...

Budgets reflect unique year in Hopkinton


Following a year like no other and uncertainty about what 2021 will hold, Hopkinton town and school officials say they worked on spending plans to...

For Bow Youth Center’s director Donna Morrison and her husband Tim, it was only right to offer their youth center to the town when they decided to...

The of signs of disrepair and neglect at the two schools in Allenstown – covering kindergarten through eighth grade – are everywhere.For three...

A charter school that ran for two years in the former Bon-Ton store in the Steeplegate Mall has shut permanently after the state raised questions...

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