Police station now in converted store


GREENVILLE, N.H. (AP) – A converted auto parts store is the new home for the police department shared by the towns of Greenville and Temple.

The towns decided to merge their police departments about 18 months ago to pool resources and improve patrols in Temple. The combined police department has four full-time officers and four part-time officers.

Their new headquarters on Main Street in Greenville was purchased in March with $75,000. The department held an open house of its new headquarters last week.