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Winter sports athletes honored at Prospect Mountain

call imageJoshua Spaulding
ALTON — Another season wrapped up at Prospect Mountain on Friday, March 16, as the school celebrated the winter sports season at the sports awards ceremony. Athletics Director Corey Roux welcomed ...More

Timber Wolf JV girls win season-ending tourney

call imageJoshua Spaulding
ALTON — The Prospect Mountain JV girls’ basketball team had a strong finish to the season, winning the blue division at the season-ending JV tournament in Franklin. The Timber Wolves played ...More

Worth the wait

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Sometimes, it pays off to wait. Just ask Indiana Jones. The Prospect Mountain graduate, who helped lead the Timber Wolves to the 2014 girls’ alpine Division III ...More

North Country Senator facing multiple counts of domestic violence

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — Sen. Jeff Woodburn of Whitefield will be arraigned on Aug. 20 at the Circuit Court in Lancaster, where he will answer to the charges of domestic violence. ...More

Three injured in separate crashes during ATV Festival

Jody Houle
BERLIN — New Hampshire Fish And Game reported three separate ATV crashes over the weekend that each resulted in injuries, including a Berlin man....More

Annual ATV Fest rolls into town this weekend

call imageJody Houle
BERLIN — It's time to gear up again for the Ninth annual ATV Fest which happens this coming weekend. It is considered the largest ATV festival in the Northeast....More

Grand Jury issues new round of indictments

Melissa Seamans
OSSIPEE — The Carroll County Grand Jury convened July 20 and handed up the following indictments. An indictment is not an indication of guilt but rather means that the grand jury has found sufficient ...More

Heritage weaver to demonstrate craft on antique loom on Aug. 15

call imageWAKEFIELD — The public is invited to watch a master heritage weaver at work in the historic setting of the Heritage Centre at Wakefield Corner/Stage Stop Museum on Wednesday, Aug. 15, beginning ...More

Ossipee selectmen lobby state to create Economic Revitalization Zone

call imageMelissa Seamans
OSSIPEE — Ossipee is open for business. How do town officials get that word out, and what can they do to help attract new commercial development? ...More

North Country Senator facing multiple counts of domestic violence

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — Sen. Jeff Woodburn of Whitefield will be arraigned on Aug. 20 at the Circuit Court in Lancaster, where he will answer to the charges of domestic violence....More

Traffic accident claims the life of Lancaster woman

Tara Giles
LANCASTER — A tragic accident took the life of a woman in Lancaster on the afternoon of July 31. ...More

Two Lancaster residents singled out for Papal honors

MANCHESTER — The Most Rev. Peter A. Libasci, Bishop of Manchester, announced that His Holiness Pope Francis conferred the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice Medal upon Mr. Joseph Orzech and Mr. Henry Tupaj, ...More

Tough Mudder, Brew & BBQ coming to Gunstock

Erin Plummer
From barbecue and brews to crafts to and the return of an athletic tradition, the remainder of the summer season will be busy at Gunstock....More

Tour shares the history of Gilford Village houses

call imageErin Plummer
A group of visitors learned about the historic houses lining Gilford Village in a special tour hosted by the Gilford Public Library and Thompson-Ames Historical Society....More

New Miss Lakes Region titleholders crowned

call imageErin Plummer
A group of young women showed their talents, passions, and poise at the 2019 Miss Lakes Region and Miss Lakes Region's Outstanding Teen competitions. ...More

Selectmen get first look at conceptual plans for public safety building

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — With the Wolfeboro Public Library renovation and expansion plan in motion to possibly break ground in late September, the next anticipated project moving into line is the renovation ...More

Scott gives status report on library project

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Wolfeboro Public Library Director Cindy Scott provided the Board of Selectmen with a status report on the building renovation and expansion plans at the July 25 meeting and invited members ...More

Fired Public Works Director criticizes Wakefield Town Administrator

Thomas Beeler
WAKEFIELD — Former Public Works Director Leigh Nichols read a statement during the open comment period of the July 25 Board of Selectmen meeting criticizing Town Administrator Kelley Collins and ...More

Antique auto enthusiasts cruise out to support NH Humane Society

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRIDGEWATER — Dozens of antique and classic cars were on display on Whittemore Point Road North last Sunday afternoon as part of a fundraiser for the New Hampshire Humane Society....More

Hill Public Library celebrating 125th anniversary

call imageDonna Rhodes
HILL — This year marks the 125th anniversary of Hill Public Library, and in celebration of the historic event, their weekly Dewey’s Coffee Café will move across the road to the lawn around ...More

Alexandria police announce public forum on sexual assault

Thomas P. Caldwell
ALEXANDRIA — Police Chief Donald Sullivan has scheduled a public forum at the Alexandria Town Hall on Thursday, Aug. 9, to reassure the public that there are "true professionals out there who will ...More

North Country Senator facing multiple counts of domestic violence

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — Sen. Jeff Woodburn of Whitefield will be arraigned on Aug. 20 at the Circuit Court in Lancaster, where he will answer to the charges of domestic violence. ...More

New historical marker recognizes pioneering criminologist

call imageJustin Roshak
BETHLEHEM—New Hampshire's latest roadside historic marker was unveiled last Tuesday at the Rocks Estate, in honor of local notable and pioneering criminologist Frances Glessner Lee. ...More

Screening of “Grapes of Wrath” sparks discussion about poverty at The Colonial

Justin Roshak
BETHLEHEM — The Colonial Theater screened The Grapes of Wrath last Friday, the kickoff event for its "Dustbowl Revival" weekend. The showing was attended at least one hundred politically-engaged ...More

Sandwich’s Advice To The Players presents “Love's Labour's Lost”

call imageErin Plummer
SANDWICH — A multitude of tangled romantic plots will come to three different stages during Old Home Week with Advice to the Players' production of "Love's Labour's Lost."...More

Parking spot by post office crosswalk to become motorcycle stalls

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — A parking space across from the post office will be turned into motorcycle parking with the hope that it will improve pedestrian safety in that part of Main Street....More

Supporters celebrate Page Pond

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — Supporters and principals in the Page Pond Community Forest project celebrated all the efforts and dedicated work over 15 years that made this 827-acre conservation project possible....More

Old Home Day offers Campton residents a glimpse into the past

call imageDonna Rhodes
CAMPTON — The Historical Society of the Town of Campton hosted their annual Old Home festivities last Saturday, where residents and visitors alike were invited to partake in some of the history ...More

National Night Out fosters community partnerships with local law enforcement

call imageDonna Rhodes
THORNTON — Aug. 7 was the 35th annual National Night Out, designed to draw communities closer to their local public safety officials, and this year, the communities of Thornton, Campton and Waterville ...More

A parade 150 years in the making caps off Ashland’s anniversary celebration

call imageDonna Rhodes
ASHLAND — A week of great activities culminated in a parade and a night filled with family fun last Saturday, when the Town of Ashland celebrated 150 years as a community of its own, no longer a ...More

Cruise Night gives Veterans Home residents a chance to rock and reminisce

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — Residents of New Hampshire Veterans’ Home were rockin’ and reelin’ to the sounds of the Bel-Airs doo-wop band last week as they looked over rows of antique and classic ...More

Belmont Library celebrates 90th anniversary with dance party for local youngsters

call imageDonna Rhodes
BELMONT — Belmont Public Library turned 90 years old in 2018, and the birthday celebration continued last Saturday with a Dance Party and pizza in the children’s library....More

Colleagues gather to wish departing selectman well

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON —Selectman Ashlee Saint John bid an emotional farewell to her fellow board members and the Town of Tilton last Thursday as she stepped down from her position, saying life changes required ...More
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