Windham Egine 3 on scene of Beacon Hill Road fire in Derry. As an Courtesy of Paul McCallum)
Firefighters quickly extinguished a small fire Thursday night at 23 Beacon Hill Road, allowing four family members who had been evacuated to reoccupy the residence.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Student artwork on display in Derry for PTA's Reflections
With 375 entries on display, the New Hampshire PTA Reflections Exhibit will take over Gilbert H. Hood Middle School Friday night.
Snow more? That remains to be seen
Humberto Lopez of Manchester walks down Em Street with a snow shovel during Thursday's snowstorm.
Manchester Mayor Gatsas: Vote tells me Hooksett is satisfied with Manchester schools
Mayor Ted Gatsas said Tuesday's vote in Hooksett tells him the town is satisfied with the quality of education in the city's high schools.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
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Choreographer's Showcase returns to Derry
Southern NH Dance Youth Ballet, presents the NH Choreographer's Showcase at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, March 15, at the Stockbridge Theatre at Pinkerton Academy in Derry.
Town meetings held across New Hampshire
FROM THE TRAFFIC NETWORK, I'M SUZANNE ROANTREE FOR 95.7 WZID . COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE STATE HELD THEIR TOWN MEETINGS YESTERDAY.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
School vote drives Hooksett residents to polls
Voters poured into the polls in Hooksett on Tuesday to decide whether to send students to Pinkerton Academy in Derry rather than Manchester schools.
Manchester CrimeWatch: Graffiti charge keeps teena s bail from changing
Adrian Hardisty, 17, of 40 Ashland St., is accused of spray painting graffiti at the Sununu Youth Center Jan. 11, causing $5,000 damage.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Decision day in Hooksett on move to Pinkerton Academy
After a year of debate, forums, public hearings and negotiation by school district officials, Hooksett residents finally have their say today on a 10-year agreement to send Hooksett students to Pinkerton Academy.
Derry firefighters extinguish Jeep fire
A 1999 Jeep Cherokee caught fire Sunday morning on Boyd Road because of an electrical problem, according to fire officials.
Potholes expected to plague NH drivers until weather warms
A car passes as the Manchester Highway Department repairs potholes on Gold Street last Thursday in Manchester.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Voters heading to the polls in Derry, Chester
David Fischer and Marc Flattes are vying for the seat that became open when Councilor Neil Wetherbee said he would not be seeking re-election.
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Hooksett Voters To Weigh In On Pinkerton Deal
On Tuesday, the town of Hooksett will vote whether to approve a contract with Pinkerton Academy in Derry.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Two Boys' fees top $1.4 million for work since 2006
According to state records, Manchester bingo consultant Two Boys LLC has earned $1.46 million in service fees from charities since Jamie Timbas started the company in 2006.
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House bill banning the restriction of where sex offenders can live raises worry
A bill prohibiting residency restrictions for registered sex offenders and offenders against children which was passed by the House of Representatives earlier this month is causing concern among some legislators, who say the bill would strip communities of their ability to protect children.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Hooksett school bus to Pinkerton: Prepare for 6 a.m. pickup
All four of the bus routes to the Derry high school have a first pickup scheduled for 6 a.m., each with drop-off at Pinkerton at 6:50.
N.H. Senate OKs Medicaid money for private coverage
The New Hampshire Senate on Thursday approved using federal Medicaid money to buy private health insurance for thousands of poor adults, with supporters emphasizing the benefits to the state's economy and the health of its residents and opponents arguing taxpayers would be stuck with the bill when federal money drops off.
Michael C. Whitney: A small gas tax hike would be good for business
No one likes to pay taxes and fees, and as a business advocacy organization you won't often hear us advocating for their increase, but roads and bridges are the lifeblood of New Hampshire's economy.
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NH teen puts out fire in house
Sixteen-year-old Nathaniel Mejia of Derry was home alone taking a nap upstairs when he was awakened by smoke detectors.
Little Mermaid cast to be led by talented teen trio
TENDER MOMENT: Ariel, played by Emily DeWolf of Derry, and Prince Eric, played by Ryan Geary of Derry, rehearse a scene from Kids Coop Theatre's production of "Disney's The Little Mermaid Jr." By APRIL GUILMET Union Leader Correspondent A trio of talented local teens will lead a cast of 40 young actors in a colorful journey under the sea this ... (more)