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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

City receives storm damage reimbursement, Eversource rebate

call imageJody Houle
BERLIN — It was announced at a council meeting last Monday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) had issued a reimbursement to help pay for the cost of repairs from damage caused by ...More

RiverFire will light up the Androscoggin Saturday

call imageJody Houle
BERLIN — It's time again for the river to be set afire and for zombies, ATV's, food, live music, games, prizes and so much more. ...More

Otten seeks alternative financing for Balsams

Jody Houle
DIXVILLE — Owners of the Balsams Resort, Les Otten and Dan Herbert, are seeking alternative financing after withdrawing their application for a $28 million loan. ...More

Emergency meeting prompts DOT to beef up safety measures at Route 28/171 intersection

Melissa Seamans
OSSIPEE — Violent, high-speed "t-bone" crashes are killing people at the Route 28/171 intersection here. That fact was not in question at an emergency meeting called by Ossipee town officials Oct. ...More

East Wakefield Fall Festival celebrates community this Saturday

Thomas Beeler
WAKEFIELD — This Saturday, Oct. 13, the Wakefield business community will sponsor its sixth free Fall Festival in East Wakefield, at Woodman Corner, the junction of Routes 153 and 110 from 11 a.m. ...More

Tragic accident claims life of Wolfeboro teen

Melissa Seamans
OSSIPEE — The life of Ramsie Taylor, a 17-year-old resident of Wolfeboro, was tragically cut short in an automobile collision while she on her way to school Sept. 26 at the intersection of Route ...More

Local hero in blue honored by McDonald’s

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — Several New Hampshire police officers from various departments were the recipients of the Community Policing Awards during McDonald’s Statewide Fundraiser for the New Hampshire ...More

Small Business Administration tours Lancaster

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — Last week, members of the U.S. Small Businesses Administration’s (SBA) New Hampshire District Office visited Lancaster as part of a North Country Small business summit. ...More

Local woman houses Honduran family seeking asylum

call imageTara Giles
TWIN MOUNTAIN — Two weeks ago in Manchester, a 12 year old girl from Honduras, Nathalia Guzman, was reunited with her family in New Hampshire. ...More

Local hotel wins big accolades

call imageErin Plummer
TownPlace Suites Laconia-Gilford has received some big accolades as it works to provide the best service to its guests. ...More

GHS band members get college level experience

call imageErin Plummer
Gilford High School band students have been getting lessons from some special teachers; two different college professors sharing their perspectives and experience....More

Gilford Rec reports a busy summer

Erin Plummer
Despite some weather ups and downs, the Parks and Recreation Department had a successful summer season that saw high numbers at the beach and at programs as well as a big volunteer project to replace ...More

New program offers LRTC students a Running Start at careers in science & tech

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Kingswood Regional High School students who wish to accelerate their progress in a STEM related field (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) are now offered the opportunity to take ...More

Selectmen map out reconstruction of North Wolfeboro Road

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The reconstruction of North Wolfeboro Road has been a point of controversy, with Claude Roessiger leading the way for The Society for the Preservation of Rural Wolfeboro, asking to be ...More

Shovel ready at last!

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The groundbreaking ceremony for the Wolfeboro Public Library on Friday, Sept. 28, began indoors so everyone could stay dry, and concluded outside with officials lined up in front of ...More

Bristol officials offer tours of proposed town office space

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRISTOL — Residents of Bristol were invited to take a tour of the former medical building on the corner of School and Summer Streets last Tuesday to learn more about the town’s plan to purchase ...More

Apple Festival brings fall fun to Tapply Thompson Community Center

Donna Rhodes
BRISTOL — Tapply Thompson Community Center’s annual Apple Festival and Craft Fair was scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 6, but there was a lot of work that went into making it all happen in the ...More

NH Marathon offers family a chance to raise awareness of little known disease

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRISTOL — Each year, participants in the N.H. Marathon come to Bristol from all over the country and beyond, bringing with them many stories. Some are reaching for personal goals in life, some are ...More

Parking Commission discusses challenges

Justin Roshak
LITTLETON—The Select Board-empowered Parking Commission met last week, for a detailed and lively discussion of the challenges facing the downtown's parking ecosystem. ...More

Bethlehem Elementary celebrates new community-built playground

call imageJustin Roshak
BETHLEHEM — Students, parents, teachers, friends and family gathered last Monday to cut the ribbon on Bethlehem's new community playground, which cost about $100,000, and went from idea to completion ...More

Littleton selectmen expect re-appraisal to reduce tax rate

Justin Roshak
LITTLETON—Last Monday's Select Board meeting illuminated Littleton's ongoing property re-evaluation, which the board hopes will redress the growing imbalance between listed value and sale price ...More

Sandwich Fair draws strong numbers

call imageErin Plummer
SANDWICH — Good weather meant a good year at the 108th annual Sandwich Fair with a weekend of events and activities for the more than 30,000 people who attended....More

Animals take center stage at the fair

call imageErin Plummer
SANDWICH — From horses weighing in at several hundred pounds and oxen to the smallest bunnies and chickens, there were animal competitions throughout the weekend that also showed their human companions' ...More

Inter-Lakes welcomes new educators

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — The Inter-Lakes School District welcomed its new teachers and paraeducators with an annual reception last week....More

Market Basket eyeing Plymouth location

Donna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — Many shoppers in the Pemi-Baker and Newfound regions were excited last week to hear rumblings of plans about a Market Basket grocery store coming to Plymouth. ...More

Campton’s Hannah Joyce named president of NH Tax Collectors Association

call imageDonna Rhodes
CAMPTON — At the Sept. 20 annual Fall Conference for the New Hampshire Tax Collectors Association, Hannah Joyce of Campton was sworn in as the organization’s new president for a two-year term....More

Local librarians focus awareness on books under fire

call imageDonna Rhodes
REGION — Last week was Banned Books Week, an annual event that the American Library Association states "draws national attention to the harms of censorship."...More

Fall Festival kicks off Belmont’s 150th anniversary celebration

call imageDonna Rhodes
BELMONT — As the Town of Belmont prepares to kick off their 150th Anniversary in 2019, a community fall festival helped kick things off with the unveiling of a special anniversary banner along with ...More

Tilton police officer recognized for service during McDonald’s fundraiser

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON ¬— On Oct. 3, McDonald’s Restaurants hosted a statewide fundraiser at 54 of their locations across the state to benefit the New Hampshire Chiefs of Police Association as they also paid ...More

Recycled Percussion members bring “Chaos and Kindness” program to Winnisquam

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — There were moments of controlled chaos and moments of kindness at Winnisquam Regional High School last Thursday when some unexpected guests arrived, thanks to funding provided by the district’s ...More
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