GREENVILLE NH

The sewer rate for Greenville Estates is up 7 cents.The rate was set by the Greenville Select Board, which also operates as the town’s water and...

Greenville’s annual Old Home Day is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 24, with local vendors, games and live music on the town field on Adams Street...

The Greenville Select Board said it’s not inclined to accept Pilgrim Foods back as a wastewater customer, despite a request from the Department of...

The Greenville Beautification Committee is seeking new volunteers. The Committee takes care of several small gardens and flower boxes all over the...

Residents in need of an oil tank upgrade may qualify for state assistance.On Aug. 13,  Erik Paddleford of New Hampshire Department of Environmental...

The Mascenic School Board is seeking members for its Budget Advisory Committee as it begins budget work for the next year.The Budget Committee...

Greenville Fire Chief Charles Buttrick has asked the town to provide emergency access status to Barrett Hill Road.Barrett Hill Road is a Class VI...

Old Glory Guns & Ammo has moved into its newly constructed location, nearly quadrupling in size, despite the downturn in demand for firearms...

Greenville celebrated the Fourth of July Wednesday with fireworks and its traditional, and noisy, Pots and Pans Parade at midnight.

July 2000: Greenville celebrates the Fourth of July with cyclists in the Children's Bicycle Parade racing on bikes from Main Street to Greenville...

June 2000: Haley Bonica, 3, of Acton, Mass., offers a blade of grass to Rooster, an uncertain Bennett Wallaby, on Father's Day at Greenville...

An anonymous donor has set up a fund to generate $50,000 annually to support extra-curricular activities at Mascenic Regional High School.Outgoing...

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