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Audio-Reader ‘trying new avenues’ to ensure state budget cut doesn’t curb services for blind

There’s also “small changes” internally, such as having people supply their own Kleenex and putting off some training that had been planned, she said. “We’re trying new avenues,” McKenzie said. “We ha... read more

New Town residents fight plan for conventional subdivision

Now the Messmers and many of their ... says New Town is a wonderful place but not for everyone. He says there’s also consumer demand for a more conventional, lower-density development in the immediate ... read more

Dear Monty: Tips for dealing with real estate developers

Reader ... “developer’s representatives.” I suspect that they do not have my best interests in mind. What agents-real estate attorneys, must I consult? Monty’s Answer: My interpretation of your questi... read more

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Stratham OKs park for Smyk property

Resident Diana Lankler said the value of having a park that would give the town’s kids a place to go after school to connect for fun and have the ability to go to the library afterwards to do their ho... read more


MP accuses developer of ‘contempt’ over government lobbying in row over controversial 10,000 home town

A map of the proposed new town's location in ... community in resisting this development at this time when no consultation and little discussion have taken place”. He added: “The council’s position is ... read more

New Town removes unusual homeowner insurance requirement

“It turned out for the best for me, but it should have been done a long time ago,” Smith said Tuesday. New Town’s attorney, Brad Goss, could not be reached ... new urbanist development of about 1,000 ... read more

Town says Pease tradeport causing gridlock on Rt. 33

And town officials are blaming the Pease Development ... to it have to be addressed and paid for by the state. “When I looked at the state transportation plan earlier this year … I did not see anythin... read more

Letter: In support of after-school programs

The Center for Development and Learning says some children lack the social skills to create friendships, and this makes going to school difficult. After-school programs have not only been shown to imp... read more

LETTER: Opposition is to selling recreational marijuana in Fairhaven

I am writing this letter ... not “outspoken” against adult use of marijuana. I am concerned about retail sales in Fairhaven. If adults want to use marijuana for recreational purposes, it is their busi... read more

Smithfield gateway project to fix Rt. 209

Here’s what the developer and one of the area’s state lawmakers have to say about it. Jim DePetris – CEO, Legend Properties “I’m not the first guy to try ... waiting to come in, they’ve done their hom... read more

Developer confirms plans for mixed-use district in Oklahoma City

"They craft their own beer ... be moving forward with the development, as well as a potential anchor such as Flix Brewhouse. The new cost for doing business in Tulsa. For those who care about business ... read more

11 Water Street restaurant's era ending in Exeter

“You’re proud to do something in the town you grew up in ... night and help our kids with their math homework,” she said. “It’s time for us to regroup as a family. Now we’ll get to have a quieter Chri... read more



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