Due to a reporter’s error, a story about a gun raffle Wednesday in the New Hampshire edition of The Eagle-Tribune incorrectly stated Sen. Sharon Carson’s stance on firearms. Carson, a Londonderry Republican, is a gun-rights advocate, not a gun-control advocate as reported.
Atkinson chief is leaving town
Atkinson's acting police Chief Patrick Caggiano is no longer a candidate for the permanent post. And, after Dec. 28, he will no longer be a member of the Atkinson Police Department.Continued ...
More funding sought for Meals on Wheels
U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., helped deliver meals to senior citizens in Salem yesterday as she spoke about the need to fund Meals on Wheels.Continued ...
Salem to expedite project reviews
Plagued with calls from upset developers, Salem officials are moving forward with a plan to fast-track reviews of construction projects.Continued ...
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