With the town already looking at a potential budget deficit in the coming year as a result of overtime spending, new EPA guidelines on storm water runoff could make that situation much worse, the Select Board heard recently.
A stack of toast tottered on a plate, covered with a big slab of butter, at the North Hampton Public Library on Tuesday evening served as an interpretation of "Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride" at this year's Edible Book Festival.
Pimentel, 9, was one of two winners in this year's Bikes 4 Books program. Staff members know the fourth-grader as an avid reader who loves to tell teachers about his day and his latest novel, although Pimentel said little as he checked out his new trick bike for the first time in front of classmates and friends.
Optima Bank & Trust announced a number of new hires at various locations. - Michael J. Simoneau has joined Optima Bank & Trust as a vice president and commercial loan officer in the Bedford loan office.
The Select Board is attempting to determine what went wrong at the March Town Meeting concerning Article 7, which called for the bonding of $5.7 million for the reconstruction of the municipal complex on Atlantic Avenue.
Winnacunnet School Board members see this spring as a chance for a fresh start as officials work to correct "significant" communication issues that accreditors found during a review last year, which were "severely and negatively" impacting educational progress.