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Bow voters reject noise ordinance, approves all other warrant articles
03-14-2024 10:05 AM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Daniel Snodgrass found it downright absurd that a quaint town like Bow would even entertain the idea of implementing a noise ordinance.The proposed noise ordinance sought to tackle the issue of disruptive early morning construction activity sounds by...


Bow’s school district budget up by 5.9%
03-13-2024 5:43 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Taller cell towers could be on their way in Bow as residents voted in favor of a zoning amendment to more than double the allowable height.Bow residents OK’d the new zoning on election day that will raise the permissible height to 190 feet from 90...


Opinion: Protect affordable internet access for Granite Staters 50-plus
03-13-2024 6:00 AM

By CHRISTINA FITZPATRICK

Christina FitzPatrick of Bow is AARP NH State Director. Visit aarp.org/ACP for more information. It’s not hard to understand why a program that connects lower income Granite Staters to the internet has improved their quality of life. Without access...


Concord and Bow see different levels of progress with possible water expansion
03-11-2024 6:49 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Concord and the town of Bow are both eyeing a potential expansion of the public water supply outside the city, but the progress on an agreement between the two communities depends on the vantage point.In December, the city council approved spending...


Bow’s operating budget decreases this year
03-11-2024 6:44 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

After Bow settled a tax dispute with a public utility over the assessed property value of Merrimack Station power station, this year the town’s operating budget is down 5.2%. Budget: The proposed operating budget for the town is $11.4 million, down...


Bow seeks largest combined solar array in New Hampshire
03-09-2024 1:07 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

A proposed combined solar development in Bow would have nearly twice the capacity as the largest array in the state.Currently, Manchester’s 3.3-megawatt capacity installation on a former landfill is the state’s largest single development. Bow’s...


Concord to work with Bow in water expansion project
03-04-2024 10:00 AM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

After over 40 years of attempts, the city of Concord has finally agreed to work with Bow in helping extend its water main and connect it with Concord’s water system.“They have given the OK. We’ve had meetings. Our engineers are working with their...


Controversy-free town meeting expected in Bow
02-28-2024 4:18 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

During this year’s town meeting in Bow, residents will have a break from the almost annual push to split its form of self-government to include a separate deliberative session and voting day, which has been consistently on the ballot in recent...


Court upholds Bow Planning Board’s decision to approve 190-feet cell tower
02-22-2024 5:36 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Depending on their vantage point, Bow residents will soon see a 190-foot cell tower in town, following a court ruling that upheld the planning board’s decision to waive local ordinances for its construction.After Kristina and Rob Parisien appealed the...


Bow to address cell service issues with new company
02-19-2024 5:37 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

More than a year after attempting to address the dead zones in Bow with a massive cell tower that is facing legal challenges, the town is now pursuing a fresh approach with a new company.Despite the ongoing court battle over the previous 190-foot cell...


Opinion: ‘Right to work’ bill back before NH legislature
02-19-2024 3:49 PM

By NICHOLAS LYDON

Nicholas Lydon of Bow is an electrician for IBEW Local Union 490. It’s back to session for our state’s legislature, and with it comes a few guarantees: partisan fighting, and a seemingly semi-annual introduction of “right to work” legislation. While...


Police: Goffstown man arrested after chase through Bow
02-19-2024 12:12 PM

A Goffstown man was arrested early Saturday morning after state police say he failed to stop for a state trooper, rammed a police cruiser and attempted to run away on foot.Richard Greeley, 48, failed to stop at the end of the Interstate 89 northbound...


State gives hard pollution deadline to Bow power plant
02-16-2024 1:06 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

Almost a year after it failed a required emissions test and after a few unsuccessful attempts to complete the process, the Merrimack Station power plant in Bow has received a hard deadline from the state to meet air pollution guidelines.“There were...


Opinion: Thank you, New Hampshire election officials
02-08-2024 6:00 AM

By COLIN VAN OSTERN and ANGELA BRENNAN

Colin Van Ostern of Concord served on the Executive Council from 2012-2016, and Rep. Angela Brennan of Bow currently serves on the NH House Election Law committee. Both were volunteer leaders in the ‘Write In Biden’ effort. January’s First In the...


End of Merrimack Station power plant settlement eases Bow’s finances
02-06-2024 5:07 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

With the town of Bow completing its final payment to the Merrimack Station power plant this year to settle an old tax dispute, the town’s operating budget is set to decrease next year.The operating budget now stands at $11.4 million, reflecting a 5.2%...


Bow students explore cultures at high school World Fair
02-02-2024 4:21 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

The rhythmic sounds of music from different countries blended with the aroma of French pastries and homemade beef empanadas at Bow High School, transforming the school’s halls into a global street festival of sorts.Among a colorful display of national...


Bow considers raising fees for building and renovation permits
01-30-2024 5:55 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Building a home or starting renovations may become more expensive in Bow as the town considers a hike in fees for building permits.The existing fees for various permits, including plumbing, electrical work, construction permits and solar installation,...


Opinion: Liberty at the library
01-30-2024 6:30 AM

By DAVID PAIGE, ANGELA BRENNAN and NICHOLAS GERMANA

David Paige (Conway), Angela Brennan (Bow/Hopkinton), and Nicholas Germana (Keene) are NH State Representatives. Here in the “Live Free or Die” state, we prize our freedoms. But in New Hampshire, as elsewhere in the United States, we are seeing an...


In Bow, Dunbarton and Hopkinton, voters express support for Nikki Haley as alternative to Trump
01-23-2024 6:24 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

For independent voter Nancy Haigh, an 89-year-old Bow resident, choosing Nikki Haley was a strategic move to divert votes away from Donald Trump and thwart his third campaign to be president.“I voted for Nikki Haley so Trump won’t get it,” Haigh...


Public hungry for information on the tax impact of Bow community building project
01-22-2024 3:50 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

For long-time residents like John Martin, the lack of action on the Bow community building over the past decade is frustrating.“We’ve had this building for many years just kind of lingering on the mind. I think it’s just mismanagement when they could...

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