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NEw Ipswich: Two will vie for Lawrence’s seat

NEW IPSWICH — George Lawrence remembers the early days of his Select Board tenure. Before the town had a zoning code. Before computers were part of the everyday business of the town and everything was written by hand. …

Antrim: Two-day event slated to identify town needs

Antrim’s future is in the hands of its residents. Together with the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, Antrim residents have begun a process to identify the town’s strengths and areas of improvement, and to come up with a plan of attack for those weak spots. Called The …

Peterborough: Rec department sees revenue dip

PETERBOROUGH — The Recreation Department expects to collect about $50,000 less revenue next fiscal year, as the population in town continues to age. “There are fewer kids in the school system,” said Jeff King, the recreation director. “The senior programs don’t generate revenue like the kids programs do.” …

Peterborough: Registration rate increase would fund projects

PETERBOROUGH — Road paint for bike lanes and crosswalks. A pedestrian bridge. Bicycle racks. A capital reserve fund financed just by a slight increase in vehicle registration fees would ensure these projects aren’t neglected in town. Ivy Vann, Peterborough’s state representative and Planning Board chair, wants the Select …

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 …

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 …