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PMHS baseball back in the swing of things

Joshua Spaulding
ALTON — The Prospect Mountain baseball team will be light on varsity experience, but coach Richard Fortier believes there is plenty of talent on the roster this season....More

Rotary hears from Alton’s newest restaurant

ALTON — The Alton Centennial Rotary Club’s Guest Speaker, via Zoom, at its weekly meeting, was Ron Scovill, who is the owner of Scovill Family Restaurant, 19 D Village Circle, Alton, providing ...More

Alton Conservation Commission seeks help with trail maintenance

ALTON — A couple of weeks ago we were skiing, ice fishing, or snowmobiling. This week, we're breaking out the hiking gear! ...More

Cleanup to resume on Hillside Ave.

Tara Giles
BERLIN — This week, the EPA will begin the cleanup on the Lavoie property located at 640 Hillside Ave. in Berlin due to contaminated soil. ...More

Mackin to take the helm for Berlin baseball

Tara Giles
BERLIN — The Berlin High School baseball team welcomes head coach Dan Mackin. Mackin will be assisted by JV head coach Travis Houle. Both coaches are in their first year. ...More

BMHS Players livestream “Journey to the Center of the Earth” from the BES stage

call imageBERLIN — Get ready for danger, excitement, thrills, and adventure, as the classic Jules Verne science fiction novel "Journey to the Center of the Earth" is presented as a live radio theatre performance ...More

New coach looks to continue Kennett softball success

Joshua Spaulding
NORTH CONWAY — Last year was supposed to be Chris Kroski’s first year at the helm of the Kennett softball team, taking over for legendary Eagle coach Peter Ames....More

Ossipee FD tackles brush fire

OSSIPEE — On Sunday, April 11, Center Ossipee Fire was dispatched to 138 Dorrs Corner Rd. for a reported brush fire endangering structures, a camper and multiple cars. ...More

Get out birding!

TAMWORTH — Spring breeding time is exciting for birding — best of the year! The Tamworth Conservation Commission (TCC) offers Wednesday morning spring bird walks. ...More

NH House passes bill regulating landfills

Tara Giles
REGION — On April 9, the New Hampshire House passed a bi-partisan bill, that establishes a two mile buffer around all New Hampshire State Parks, in order to protect them from any landfill developments. ...More

SAU 58 takes governor’s order in stride

Tara Giles
NORTHUMBERLAND — Last week, Gov. Chris Sununu issued an Emergency Order stating that all schools must be in person by April 19. ...More

Groveton baseball welcomes new coach

Tara Giles
GROVETON — Eagles baseball welcomed a new coach this season. David Blanco was slated to take over last season, however COVID thwarted those plans. This year, Blanco is just as enthusiastic, if not ...More

Town, school district adopt relaxed travel guidelines

Erin Plummer
The school district and the town have adopted the state’s recommended guidelines for travel, including not requiring quarantining after travelling out of New England....More

Parks and Rec getting ready for summer

Erin Plummer
The Gilford Parks and Recreation Department is getting ready for summer, looking for lifeguards and getting ready for a number of activities including Old Home Day....More

“Footloose” returns to GHS stage this weekend

call imageErin Plummer
Audiences will get another chance to see Gilford High School students cut loose onstage with the production of the popular musical "Footloose."...More

New Eagle Scouts take flight in Wolfeboro

call imageWOLFEBORO — Boy Scout troop 165 Wolfeboro, Daniel Webster Council welcomed their newest Eagle Scouts at a Court of Honor held at Hobbs Tavern in Ossipee on Sunday, April 11. ...More

Outdoor dining making a return in Wolfeboro

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Town Manager Jim Pineo, offering an update from the town's Covid Task Force to the Board of Selectmen on April 7, said it authorized outdoor dining for several businesses that asked ...More

Police Commission counters budget claims

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Police Commissioner Steve Wood sought to set the record straight on the police budget deliberations this past season during the March 18 commissioners’ meeting. ...More

Mid-State says goodbye to Kelley Watkins, adds Karen Johnston to roster

BRISTOL — Mid-State Health Center is saying farewell to a long time clinician Kelley Watkins as she begins a new position with HealthFirst Family Care Center to provide Medication-Assisted Treatment ...More

Moreau takes helm for Newfound baseball team

Joshua Spaulding
BRISTOL — With a new coach at the helm, the Newfound baseball team heads into a new season with some optimism and some veterans ready to lead the way....More

Extend the life of a book

BRISTOL — Are you looking to find a new home for books you no longer have a use for? There are now two options in Bristol that extend the life of paperback and hardcover books, DVDs, and CDs....More

Jerry Jam founder suffers loss in structure fire

call imageAngel Larcom
BETHLEHEM — A structure fire on Whitefield Road last Wednesday afternoon took out a vintage VW bus and an outdoor saloon owned by Jerry Jam founder Dan Webb. ...More

LRH eyes Lincoln for new urgent care facility

Angel Larcom
LINCOLN — New medical facilities may be coming to Lincoln. According to documents filed at the Lincoln Planning Department, Littleton Regional Hospital has chosen a lot on Railroad Street between ...More

Visitor center fails at Franconia's annual meeting

Angel Larcom
FRANCONIA — A warrant article seeking $275,000 for a new welcome center in Franconia failed to gain voter approval at the town's annual meeting last week. ...More

WEDCO loan brings Lower Corner Millworks to life

call imageJoshua Spaulding
SANDWICH — Who says you can’t go home again?...More

Meredith discussing potential uses for stimulus funds

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — The town could receive more than $600,000 in funding from the American Rescue Plan with suggestions for use including a water extension by the Route 3 roundabout....More

Road audit outlines safety issues on Main Street

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — A road audit outlined some specific pedestrian and traffic safety issues on Main Street with some possible short-term solutions....More

Familiar face hired as Ashland’s Town Manager

David Ruell
ASHLAND — The Ashland selectmen were unable to meet as scheduled on Monday, April 5, because of Internet problems that plagued many in the area, so they met on Thursday, April 8, instead. ...More

Bobcats will lean heavily on senior trio

Joshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — There isn’t a ton of varsity experience on the roster for the Plymouth baseball team as a new year begins, but the Bobcats are working hard, happy to be back on the field after ...More

Numbers strong for Plymouth girls’ tennis

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth girls’ tennis team moves down to Division III this year and will play a much different schedule in years past, due mostly to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has kept most ...More

Three new coaches ready to lead Winnisquam track

call imageJoshua Spaulding
TILTON — The Winnisquam track team is ready to get back in action after a year away and there are three new coaches leading the way....More

Hearing planned on town office project bond

SANBORNTON — The Sanbornton Board of Selectmen (BOS) and Building Construction Committee (BCC) will hold a bond hearing on Thursday, April 22 at 7 p.m. in person at Old Town Hall (19 Meetinghouse ...More

Sottak, Gaudette to lead Raider baseball boys

Joshua Spaulding
BELMONT — With the COVID-19 pandemic cancelling last season, coach Matt LeBlanc’s 10th year at the helm of the Belmont baseball team brings a lot of new faces to the field. ...More
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