LITTLETON — The Select Board agreed to become more proactive in looking at all options for the future town offices. For two decades, the municipal offices have been housed at 125 Main St., on the upper floor of Bank of New Hampshire, which offered free rent for the first two years and then charged $8,100 a year until this year, when the rent jumped to more than $34,000, a figure that bank officials said more accurately reflects the present market rate per square foot. The town, which was notified in September of the increase, signed a one-year lease with the new rate.
- Graffiti that was spray-painted on an anti-abortion pregnancy center in New Hampshire is being investigated as a potential hate crime
- Police have arrested Felepi Cotton, Jr from Chicopee, Mass and Casey Jean Squires from Sheffield in the shooting of a Barnet man at Maplefields