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Barnstead tackles senior housing options

Mark Foynes
BARNSTEAD — The notion that seniors should be able to age in place in a way that’s affordable and economically sustainable was the focus of the Barnstead Planning Board’s Aug. 20 workshop. ...More

Residents turn out to grill New Durham selectmen

Mark Foynes
NEW DURHAM — Perhaps to no one’s surprise, Shawn Bernier was not reinstated as police chief at last week’s New Durham Board of Selectmen’s meeting, though serious questions did ...More

Dylan Tuttle dominates Barnstead 5K

call imageJoshua Spaulding
BARNSTEAD — The Barnstead Firefighters Association 5K took to Parade Road on Saturday morning. The race, in its fourth year, will this year support upgrades to the department’s all-terrain ...More

Dixville Capital application review continued to Sept. 2

Edith Tucker
COLEBROOK — The Coös County Planning Board for the Unincorporated Places agreed at its Aug. 18 meeting held at the Tillotson Center for the Arts to reconvene a continued meeting on Wednesday, Sept. ...More

Berlin Community Mural enhances the look of Pleasant Street

call imageEdith Tucker
BERLIN — The installation of the Berlin Community Mural Project whose installation at 112 Pleasant St., next to the Berlin Farmers Market was celebrated at 6 p.m. on Thursday. ...More

Mountaineer field hockey looks to dominate

call imageTara Giles
BERLIN — It’s no secret that Berlin’s field hockey team is a force to be reckoned with. The team has a reputation for winning that has lasted decades. Veteran coach Nicole Arguin ...More

Newly-appointed county treasurer and commissioner sworn in

call imageTJ Palmer
OSSIPEE — Following the swearing-in of new County Treasurer, Chip Albee, and new County Commissioner, Chris Ahlgren, at the commissioner’s meeting of August 19th, Albee excused himself to ...More

New county administrator visits Ossipee selectmen

Carol Holyoake
OSSIPEE — Just after the Ossipee selectmen had wrapped up their overview of the week’s financials, Chairman Rick Morgan acknowledged Ken Robichaud, the new Carroll County Administrator, in ...More

Robichaud attempts to solve county budget woes

TJ Palmer
OSSIPEE — New County Administrator Ken Robichaud spent the better part of the Aug. 12th commissioner’s meeting explaining his proposal to cut $139,400 from the county budget over the next ...More

Dixville Capital application review continued to Sept. 2

Edith Tucker
COLEBROOK — The Coös County Planning Board for the Unincorporated Places agreed at its Aug. 18 meeting held at the Tillotson Center for the Arts to reconvene a continued meeting on Wednesday, Sept. ...More

NPT to hold hearings: Sept. 8 in Lincoln, Sept. 9 in Whitefield

call imageEdith Tucker
WHITEFIELD — A week ago, Bill Quinlan, president of Operations at Eversource Energy New Hampshire, announced the company’s new Forward New Hampshire Plan, including substantial changes to ...More

Lady Eagles looking for improvement

call imageTara Giles
GROVETON — The lady Eagles are looking to improve in a big way this coming fall with the addition of seven new players. Joe Cassady, who will enter his second season and assistant Cayla Nolin, entering ...More

Gilford celebrates Old Home Day Saturday

call imageErin Plummer
The community will gather for a big party this Saturday for the 96th annual Gilford Old Home Day. Gilford village will be the site of races, performances, crafts, food, and so much more throughout the ...More

Chris Daigle Disc Golf course dedicated at Bolduc Park

call imageErin Plummer
The Chris Daigle Memorial Disc Golf Course is open for fun at Bolduc Park following a dedication honoring the life and passion of its namesake....More

Stick Eagles aim for third straight Final Four

call imageJeff Lajoie
GILFORD — For the second year in a row, the Gilford High School field hockey team marched through the postseason, reaching the NHIAA Division III Final Four and a trip to Exeter....More

Selectmen updated on major projects in Wolfeboro

Thomas Beeler
WOLFEBORO — Public Works Director Dave Ford gave his quarterly status report on major construction projects in Wolfeboro to selectmen at their Aug. 19 meeting. The town's two major road reconstruction ...More

Wolfeboro gets clean opinion on 2014 audit

call imageThomas Beeler
WOLFEBORO — Tim Greene of Roberts & Greene PPLC in Concord presented the results of the 2014 town audit and was pleased to report that no significant issues were found in the town's financial statements. ...More

Chris Sawyer files suit against Tuftonboro selectmen

Elissa Paquette
TUFTONBORO — Tuftonboro resident Chris Sawyer filed a civil suit against the Tuftonboro Board of Selectmen on Aug. 18. The documents notifying the board of the suit were served by a sheriff's deputy ...More
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Hebron bids farewell to summer with annual Family Fun Day

call imageDonna Rhodes
HEBRON — A summer of community entertainment in Hebron Village ended with a bang last weekend with the annual Family Fun Day where food, games, live bands and fire works capped off another great ...More

Community shows support for Rotary Club at 62nd Annual Penny Sale

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRISTOL — The 62nd Annual Penny Sale, sponsored by the Bristol Rotary Club took place last Thursday evening, drawing crowds of people from across the Newfound Region and beyond who all hoped to ...More

Bears looking at some rebuilding

call imageJoshua Spaulding
BRISTOL — Coach Jason Hill expects his Newfound boys’ soccer team to have a much different look this fall. After barely missing out on the playoffs last season, Hill likes the looks of what ...More

Burton honored by all at museum dedication

call imageDarin Wipperman
BATH—Elected officials from across the state joined dozens of Ray Burton’s friends on Saturday for a special ceremony. The crowd dedicated the new museum and learning center bearing the name ...More

Revalution suggests $52 million decrease townwide

Darin Wipperman
LITTLETON—The town received extensive data from KRT Appraisals last week. The revaluation contractor recommends a total decrease in the town’s property valuation of $52,088,000....More

Lisbon girls strong with senior leadership and experience

call imageCorey McKean
LISBON — The Lisbon Lady Panthers, coming off a middle of the road 2014 season with a regular season record of 8-7-1 and losing in the first round of the playoffs to the Moultonborough Panthers, ...More

Fundraising efforts underway for townhouse project

call imageErin Plummer
CENTER HARBOR ⎯ Efforts are underway to raise money and start the first steps in renovating and repurposing the historic Centre Harbor Townhouse....More

Panel discusses options for Moultonborough’s historic buildings

call imageErin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH ⎯ Options for creating a vibrant village center and repurposing vacant historical buildings were discussed during a special presentation on historical buildings....More

Breaking through

call imageJeff Lajoie
MOULTONBOROUGH — Perpetually knocking on the doorstep, the Moultonborough Academy boys' soccer team is ready to kick the thing in this fall. Despite graduation losses to several key players, the ...More

New PSU President excited to see what first year holds

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — "Impressive" and "opportunity" are two of the words that flow freely from Plymouth State University’s 15th president, Dr. Donald L. Birx, as he settles in to his new position and ...More

Plymouth’s Longview Farm named NH’s favorite farm stand

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — John and Carol Perkins of Longview Farm in Plymouth have once again proved that their quality produce can’t be beat. Viewers of WMUR Channel 9 recently voted them the best farm ...More

Five seniors to lead Bobcat golfers

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — Coach Mike Uhlman, entering his second year as the head coach for the Plymouth golf team, likes the way the squad looks heading into the new season. "This year’s team seems more ...More

Corner Kingdom Project gives Northfield boy new room, new lease on life

call imageDonna Rhodes
NORTHFIELD — Ten-year-old Seth Peake of Northfield came home last Saturday night to a new room and a new lease on life, thanks to the efforts of a team of volunteers from The Corner Kingdom Project, ...More

Participants log 1,200 hours of reading time through Hall Library summer program

call imageDonna Rhodes
NORTHFIELD — Hall Memorial Library’s summer reading program was literally one for the record books this year, when the 100 boys and girls who signed up, read an amazing amount of hours and ...More

Large roster provides Raiders plenty of options

call imageJeff Lajoie
BELMONT — With 24 players on his roster, Belmont High School boys' soccer coach Mike Foley hopes competition at practice every day will be fierce this fall. The veteran Red Raider head man lost ...More
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