WINDHAM — Town officials are standing by the recent general election process, saying the community’s voting day was handled correctly, was organized and transparent.
WINDHAM –– A 44-year-old Windham woman was arrested for DUI close to home last week, after police said she drove over underground utilities and came to rest in a neighbor’s yard two houses away.
WINDHAM — Deputy Town Clerk Nancy Hogle, 61, is accused of using her access to motor vehicle records to illegally obtain residential addresses of people she knows for her personal use, according to state police.
WINDHAM — The historic The Searles School and Chapel is getting a financial boost thanks to a grant from the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance for Completion of a Conditions Assessment Report.
WINDHAM — Police and firefighters recently responded to a home on Heritage Hill Road after a husband reported that his wife may set his clothes on fire, according to Windham police Capt. Michael Caron.
WINDHAM — Students will return to in-person education Windham High on Sept. 21, according to a Friday statement from Superintendent Richard Langlois.
WINDHAM — A cool sip of lemonade on a hot, summer day offered some sizzling perks for local police, thanks to two sisters wanting to make a difference.
WINDHAM — The school district has a plan in place to return students to school, combining a hybrid option and full-return model for specific grades along with a remote learning option for families to choose.
BRENTWOOD — A man who pled guilty to hacking Windham residents' computers was sentenced Thursday to one year of jail, Rockingham County Attorney Patricia Conway announced in a statement Friday.
WINDHAM — This class was special, rising to challenges brought on by a menacing virus that put a hold on a traditional senior year and final high school memories.
WINDHAM — Graduates in the Windham High class of 2020 will join other school districts in the region to enjoy a unique way of saying goodbye to their high school years.
WINDHAM — The Windham Endowment for Community Advancement has created the COVID-19 Response Fund to address immediate and longer-term needs in Windham arising from the global pandemic. The fund will serve as a community resource during this unprecedented time.
WINDHAM — Police arrested a 23-year-old man who they are “very familiar with” after he assaulted his girlfriend and keyed her car, according to Windham police Capt. Mike Caron.
WINDHAM — It often takes a village to create a widespread effort of support and care, and for many volunteers and families in Windham, it also takes lot of fabric, elastic and a desire to spread goodwill and help.
WINDHAM — Patrick Bradley, who is accused of assaulting several supporters of President Donald Trump outside Windham’s polls during the Feb. 11 primary election, was arrested again recently while free on bail, police said.
WINDHAM — It’s one of the town’s gems, standing to this day as a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture while remaining a beloved building, with supporters hoping the legacy stays strong.
WINDHAM — Voters here will choose two to fill open Board of Selectmen seats and will also pick officials to fill other open positions including Planning Board and other town positions
WINDHAM — A $9.5 million warrant article asking voters to approve the construction of a water line makes up a long list of town projects and requests on the March 10 ballot.
WINDHAM — The sight of Trump supporters outside the polls at Windham High School on primary election day made Patrick Bradley very angry.
WINDHAM — Town officials plan to ask voters for money to extend the regional pipeline bringing water from Manchester to southern New Hampshire further into town.
CONCORD, N.H. — A Windham man was found guilty of crimes related to stealing from his former employer including wire fraud, money laundering and transportation of stolen funds.
WINDHAM — A mediator will be hired for the fourth time in five years to help Windham School Board members and union representatives agree on a contract for teachers.
WINDHAM — The community’s new charter school building is complete, having been constructed with a lot of support from staff, families and the state.
- Foote: This Council is anything but lacking compassion
- A Very Derry downtown holiday
- Residents warned of Supreme Court phone scam
- Police logs
- Tree sales support those in need
- Goal for schools: Successful teaching with responsible spending
- Column: Giving thanks to Granite Staters working to improve our communities
- Cool runnings on Thanksgiving Day
- Nutfield holiday parade cancelled
- Used toy sale supports St. Thomas outreach, St. Gianna's Place