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Shooting leaves two dead in Alton

Mark Foynes
ALTON — An 11-year-old has been taken into custody, allegedly as a result of a double homicide that occurred last Friday....More

SB 2 goes down to defeat in Barnstead

Joshua Spaulding
REGION — There were plenty of races and issues that came up on the ballots across the local communities last week. One of the biggest issues on the ballot was in Barnstead, where voters had to choose ...More

Vote for new Alton Central School mascot name

ALTON — During the last several months, research has been done by a town/school committee regarding Alton history in an effort to present new mascot names for Alton Central School. The committee ...More

Morency: budget cuts could set PD back “40 years”

Tara Giles
BERLIN — It is no secret that the city of Berlin is struggling financially. ...More

Day of Caring boosts community morale

call imageTara Giles
BERLIN — On May 17, in Berlin, hundreds of volunteers could be seen about town planting flowers and doing other landscaping projects in hopes to beautify the city....More

Former prison chaplain pleads guilty to accepting bribes for contraband

CONCORD — Joseph Buenviaje, 53, of Berlin, has pleaded guilty in federal court to accepting bribes from inmates and providing contraband in prison, United States Attorney Scott W. Murray announced ...More

Family and friends celebrate beloved veteran’s memory

call imageElissa Paquette
OSSIPEE — It was a bright and sunny day outside the town of Ossipee's Chickville Community Church on Sunday, May 19. ...More

New shop hopes to be your barbecue headquarters

call imageMellisa Seamans
OSSIPEE — Smoking Guns BBQ & Butcher Shop opens this Friday, May 24, in Center Ossipee Village, and owner Gary LaFoe wants it to be your barbecue headquarters....More

Ossipee man found guilty in fatal crash

Mellisa Seamans
OSSIPEE — A local man will be sentenced June 12 after being found responsible for the 2016 death of an Ossipee woman. ...More

State pushes Balsams project forward

Tara Giles
CONCORD — The Balsams Grand Resort may see some light at the end of the tunnel. ...More

Spartan culinary students reach top 10 in national competition

call imageTara Giles
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Another big 'WOW' moment has come from students from the White Mountains Regional High School. ...More

New eatery brings Caribbean flavor to Lancaster

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — A new restaurant has opened in Lancaster and it's like nothing else offered in town. ...More

Gilford dedicates new fire boat

call imageErin Plummer
"Lake Jake," the Gilford Fire Department's new fire boat, has been officially christened and dedicated and is ready for service on the lake....More

Classic cars converge at the GYC

call imageErin Plummer
From classic racers to discovered four-wheeled to older vehicles given some souped up parts, so many classic and unique cars could be fond at the Gilford Youth Center for the annual Cruise Night....More

Cruise night, yard sale, and more coming to the GYC

Erin Plummer
A cruise night, a community yard sale, and some new sports activities for kids are some of the events scheduled at the Gilford Youth Center going into the summer months....More

Committee formed to create volunteer SWAP shop

Elissa Paquette
TUFTONBORO — Selectmen responded in a meeting at the Town House on May 20 to a petition signed by 160 residents asking the town to reopen the SWAP shop at the Transfer Station. ...More

DOT seeks input on reinstallation of rumble strips

ALTON — The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) will hold a Public Informational Meeting on May 29 to continue the dialogue regarding rumble strips, and to discuss how the NHDOT will ...More

Selectmen fill board vacancies

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — There are a number of ways residents can participate in town government, including service on town Boards, Commissions and Committees. ...More
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Tanger awards grant to BHVS

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRIDGEWATER ¬¬— Representatives from Tanger Outlets in Tilton made a stop at Bridgewater-Hebron Village School last week to present them with a check for $1,224 for their latest STEAM project involving ...More

Literacy grant brings local authors to Bristol Elementary

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRISTOL — Thanks to a Children’s Literacy Foundation grant, boys and girls at Bristol Elementary School welcomed a couple of special yet familiar guests at their assembly last week....More

Students put science skills on display at Kids’ Expo

call imageDonna Rhodes
NEW HAMPTON — Kids Expo at New Hampton Community School took place last week, an event where young students got to display some of their newfound knowledge in science, technology, engineering and ...More

Fundraiser honors memory of Brodie Leavitt

call imageAngel Larcom
BETHLEHEM — On the evening of Saturday, May 18, family and friends gathered together at the Maplewood Golf Club in Bethlehem to honor the memory of Brodie Leavitt. ...More

New yoga program helps veterans cope with PTSD

call imageTara Giles
LITTLETON — A new tool to help ease post traumatic stress disorder for veterans has taken hold, and those who practice it are making huge strides....More

LRH’s split from NCH prompts litigation

Tara Giles
LITTLETON — In late February, Littleton Regional Healthcare gave notice of intent to withdraw from their three year affiliation with North Country Healthcare, founded in 2015, as a limited liability ...More

Salmon Press staff step up to support Make-A-Wish

call imageDonna Rhodes
MEREDITH ¬— This year, the employees of Salmon Press have joined the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s Rafting for Wishes event in July and as one of their fundraising efforts for this charitable cause, ...More

Town Manager warns against in-kind services for library survey

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — The town manager is cautioning against the library using donated services for a construction survey due to a myriad of liability concerns....More

Mill Falls properties sold

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — All Mill Falls on the Lake hotels are now under new ownership after being sold to a Rhode Island Company with former principal Edward "Rusty" McLear stepping aside. ...More

PRHS congratulates top scholars

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH ¬— Principal Bruce Parsons of Plymouth Regional High School announced recently that the top three scholars from the Class of 2019 are Ashley Ulricson, Ryan Hardy and Roger Babin, each of ...More

Community garden takes shape at Whole Village

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — Master Gardeners from the Pemi-Baker and Newfound regions were joined by local residents as they began the planting process for the Collaborative Community Garden at Whole Village in ...More

Regatta paddlers pitch in to clean up river banks

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — Mountain Village Charter School’s second Baker River Regatta was not only a great opportunity to explore the recreational and environmental values of the Baker River; it was also ...More

Library staff unveil restored Burleigh family portrait

call imageDonna Rhodes
SANBORNTON — Residents, local historians and library trustees gathered in the Adult Library, a.k.a. the "Big Room," at the Sanbornton Public library on Saturday morning for the unveiling of a restored ...More

Dozens turn out for Rotary Children’s Fishing Derby

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — Tilton-Northfield Rotary hosted their annual Children’s Fishing Derby at the Tilton School pond last Sunday, and Rotarian Rachel Salibas said 84 boys and girls took part in the event ...More

Sanbornton students get creative with visiting artist

call imageDonna Rhodes
SANBORNTON — Students at Sanbornton Central School celebrated the arts in a big way last Thursday morning, when the end result of a five-week project they participated in with an Artist in Residence ...More
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