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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

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

Berlin High School announces end-of-year schedule

BERLIN — Berlin High School’s National Honor Society’s Induction will take place on Thursday, May 16 in the BHS cafeteria at 5 p.m....More

Grenier named 'Champion for Children'

Tara Giles
BERLIN — Last week, Berlin Mayor Paul Grenier was presented with the North Country School Administrators Association 2019 'Champions for Children' award. ...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

Public invited to Annual Meeting & Field Day at Tin Mountain

ALBANY — The public is invited to Tin Mountain Conservation Center’s 21st Annual Meeting and Field Day on Saturday, May 11 at the Nature Learning Center on Bald Hill Road in Albany....More

Habitat for Humanity breaks ground on new build

call imageMellisa Seamans
WAKEFIELD — Ossipee Mountains Habitat for Humanity just handed over the keys to their last build a few weeks ago, but is wasting no time starting on a new project....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

Charter Academy students commemorate the Holocaust

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — The North Country Charter Academy students in Lancaster have been studying the Holocaust since school began in September....More

Recycled Percussion take over LES

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — It's never a bad day when rock stars take over your school. The guys from the famous band Recycled Percussion, with their spiked hair, tattoos, brightly colored clothing and confident ...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

GMS students headed to NYC theatre camp

call imageErin Plummer
A group of Gilford Middle School students will get a real life Broadway experience after being accepted to a theater camp in New York City for kids across the country....More

GES students bring historical figures to life

call imageErin Plummer
Third graders at Gilford Elementary School played the parts of numerous historical figures during the culmination of their Wax Museum project....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

Lucas Roasting Co. caters to the discerning coffee lover

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — If you are looking for a good cup of coffee, one brewed from beans roasted on the premises and served alongside an enticing array of locally baked pastries (including gluten free), search ...More

Police Chief reports on March activities

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Chief Dean Rondeau, reporting to the Wolfeboro Police Commission on April 18, said the selection of a 14th office is underway....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

East Hebron Schoolhouse added to Register of Historic Places

HEBRON — The New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources is pleased to announce that the State Historical Resources Council has added eleven properties to the New Hampshire State Register of ...More

Let The Dirty Worm beautify your spring garden

call imageDonna Rhodes
NEW HAMPTON — As Old Man Winter slowly releases his grip on New Hampshire, it’s time to get outside and experience the joys of gardening, something The Dirty Worm Greenhouses in New Hampton ...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

Local war hero’s descendant joins DAR

call imageTara Giles
HAVERHILL — A descendant of a Haverhill war hero has recently been admitted into the Daughters of the American Revolution. ...More

Immigration detains local residents

call imageAngel Larcom
LITTLETON — On the afternoon of April 11, Juan Pu, the chef at Plain Kate's Riverside Saloon and All Ways Inn in Franconia, was taken into custody by Border Patrol agents as he was leaving Meadow ...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

Selectmen approve MVSB anniversary celebration

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — An event celebrating Meredith Village Savings Bank's 150th anniversary held by the Greater Meredith program will be allowed to take place at Hesky Park after discussion by the selectmen. ...More

Streetcar presents “Shrek” this weekend

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — A green ogre, sassy princess, donkey sidekick, and cast of fairy tale characters will be taking the stage this weekend for Streetcar company's production of "Shrek."...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

Student-led fundraiser climbs above expectations

call imageDonna Rhodes
RUMNEY — Students from Plymouth State University’s "Enactus" social and entrepreneurial class hosted their second annual Climb Above Addiction fundraiser at Rumney Rattlesnake Campground last ...More

Local schools host residency by acclaimed children’s author

call imageDonna Rhodes
RUMNEY — During his presidency, Barak Obama and the Library of Congress both declared Patricia Polacco to be one of the Top 10 children’s authors of the past 100 years, and last week, elementary ...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

Belmont Baseball Organization kicks off new season

call imageErin Plummer
BELMONT — The Belmont Baseball Organization is back in action for the 2019 season following a special ceremony and a day of games....More

Maine geologist to update Lancaster Quadrangle map this summer

call imageEdith Tucker
LANCASTER — Woodrow "Woody" Thompson, Ph.D., a semi-retired geologist from Maine, has recently embarked on a summer updating the Lancaster Quadrangle, which will find him working in the three towns ...More
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