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'Fugitive of the week' arrested in Hooksett
A day after naming him as a "fugitive of the week," U.S. Marshals swooped into a Hooksett garage early Friday morning and arrested Juan Zayas-Diaz, who was working there as a mechanic.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
NH Sen. Boutin hires first staffer for re-election
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NH agency backs off proposal to limit horse trails
New Hampshire park officials have dropped plans to limit horseback riding to hard-pack trails at least eight feed wide after hearing objections from scores of horse owners.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Hooksett officer struck by motorist
A Hooksett police officer is recovering from injuries after being hit by a car late Tuesday afternoon while directing traffic at the intersection of Bicentennial and Donati drives.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Wider I-293 may have to wait without more toll revenue
Without more money from tolls, the proposed widening of Interstate 293 and reconstruction of two major interchanges may have to wait until other state turnpike projects are paid off before planning work turns into actual construction.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Hooksett considers deal to allow some students to attend Bow, Londonderry schools
The agreements, called Memorandums of Understanding, would allow up to 40 students in each class to attend Londonderry and up to 10 to attend Bow.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Aidan Connell: Manchester Central educated this Hooksett student very well
I had the stifling experience last Wednesday of picking up the week's issue of The Hooksett Banner.
Plow drivers learn salt goes a long way
Ron Blondeau, foreman for Amoskeag Maintenance, uses one of the their17 trucks as he plows Walgreens in Hooksett, on Saturday.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Teacher cuts proposed in Londonderry
During a presentation of next year's proposed district budget during Tuesday's school board meeting, Superintendent Nathan Greenberg said the elimination of six certified teaching positions would save the district $413,528 in fiscal year 2015.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Driver stopped in Manchester, arrested for drug possession
A 49-year-old Hooksett man was arrested Tuesday after police stopped his car on Elm Street and discovered plastic baggies filled with suspected cocaine.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Hooksett board responds to revival of Pinkerton Academy proposal
"This has been an evolving process and at this point nothing would surprise me," school board Chairman Trisha Korkosz.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
PHOTOS: Hundreds come out for annual Concord Christmas parade
April Melvin and Christin Lowery watch John Melvin, pushed by his aunt Brittany Maynor, twirl his hoop during the parade.
Wooing Hooksett: Manchester's second chance
Hooksett's school board sailed away from Manchester's high schools earlier this year, and the skiff has hit a rock.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Mega-X Gas makes mega purchase to double its NH footprint
Mega-X has doubled the amount of locations in the state after the purchase of five gas stations earlier this month, two of which will operate under the Mega-X name.
Police say driver accused of DWI with child in car is arrested again hours later
Bonnie Koralski, 35, of Hooksett was also charged with endangering the welfare of a child, police said.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Special meeting Monday to cover Hooksett's high school concerns
Originally scheduled in October, the special meeting was supposed to be an opportunity for the board to go over a finalized high school sending contract between Pinkerton Academy and the district and Memorandums of Understanding with Bow, Pembroke and Londonderry.
Five-year agreement proposed between Londonderry, Hooksett schools
During the Londonderry School Board meeting Tuesday night, Superintendent Nathan Greenberg shared details of the Memorandum of Understanding being proposed between the two school districts.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Supreme Court upholds conviction in Hooksett man's killing of wife
Robert Dupont, 65, was convicted of two counts of second-degree murder in the Oct. 12, 2008, murder of Jo-Ann Francis, 60. In appealing the convictions, he argued that Judge Gillian Abramson, who presided at the Hillsborough County Superior Court trial, did not explain to jurors that the state had to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he had not ... (more)
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Hooksett to Manchester schools: It's not over
"I believe we are currently the school of record for Hooksett, and we look forward to continuing our 100-year relationship," Gatsas said Wednesday.
Another year in flux for Hooksett eighth-graders
"We are all disappointed that we can't bring this forward in the time frame that we originally thought we could," board Chairman Trisha Korkosz said Wednesday.