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Last year, the City of Manchester received $25 million in Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) grants to put toward connected infrastructure projects that the city believes will completely transform the south Elm Street area. On Wednesday night, residents came to the Manchester Public Library to learn more about the projects that will be primarily funded by those grants and share their questions and concerns. READ MORE
CONCORD, NH – Despite concerns raised by farmers at a public hearing last week, the state’s Executive Council voted to approve the renomination of Shawn Jasper as the commissioner of agriculture for another five years READ MORE
William J. Cass was confirmed Wednesday by the Governor and Executive Council as the next NH Department of Transportation Commissioner. He will complete the term of former Commissioner Victoria Sheehan who has accepted a new position at the Transportation Research Board in Washington, DC. READ MORE
An emergency request to help families unable to afford participation in a local basketball league did not find support among the Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BMA) on Tuesday night. READ MORE
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation, New Hampshire State Police, Eversource, and several contracting companies worked to move a massive transformer from Londonderry to Manchester overnight Monday. READ MORE
During the course of the four-hour initiative, which took place between 6:30 and 10:30 a.m., there was a heavy presence of Troopers and Officers on the F.E. Everett Turnpike in Merrimack. A few other areas within Troop B were targeted as well. A total of 55 vehicles were stopped; Officers and Troopers issued 31 summonses and made one arrest. A two-vehicle crash that blocked the left lane of the highway for approximately 30 minutes in the area of mile marker 14 was also handled during the initiative. READ MORE