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Greenville: Residents defend joint force

GREENVILLE — Voters here say they wish they had more input in the town’s decision to not recommend the renewal of the joint police force’s contract. The lack of input into the process was a chief concern of …

Greenville: Water pump replacements on warrant

GREENVILLE — With the majority of Wednesday’s public hearing taken up with discussions about the future of the police department, residents had little else to say about this year’s warrant. The operating budget, not including police costs, is set this year at $1.5 million. Taking into account the …

Cap on net metering before House

PETERBOROUGH — David Fisch, a former Wall Street compliance officer, assessed a solar installation on his home as he would any stock or bond. “Spending money on this was a better return than if I invested my money …

Peterborough: Debt service numbers up, payments down

PETERBOROUGH — While proposed expenses associated with the debt service are up more this year, the amount of these repayments that would be paid through taxes is down. Revenue from several sources has lowered the net proposed debt service $6,239 — from $455,025 this fiscal year to $448,786 …

Well School: Keep it 100

Well School students in grades kindergarten, first grade, and second grade participated in activities including the number 100 to celebrate the 100th day of school on Feb. 2. Students strung 100 Fruit Loops on a string, build a …

New Ipswich: Collateral damage in pipeline war?

Monday, February 1, 2016

NEW IPSWICH — Wendy Juchnevics-Freeman’s opinion on the proposed Northeast Energy Direct pipeline is well-documented. Juchnevics-Freeman, who owns …

AG files motion to intervene in pipeline approval

Monday, January 18, 2016

The state Attorney General’s office joined today (Friday) with several other state departments to intervene in the approval of a natural gas pipeline that could impact the southern …

New Ipswich: Bills aim to thwart pipeline

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

NEW IPSWICH — Some lawmakers are pinning high hopes on bills they say would hit pipeline developers where …