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Suncook 12U starts state tourney strong

call imageJoshua Spaulding
BARRINGTON — The Suncook Valley 12U team got the state tournament off to a nice start on Friday, July 3, knocking off Great North Woods by a 5-1 score at the BYA fields in Barrington. Jeff Wagner ...More

Barnstead School Board talks video games

Mark Foynes
BARNSTEAD — A student-designed video game, teacher evaluations and the crossing guard question were key topics at the June Barnstead School Board meeting. After teacher Patty Hamilton thanked the ...More

Alton selectmen tackle multiple issues

TJ Palmer
ALTON — With two town residents and an officer from Alton police in attendance, Chairperson Sydney Johnson called the Alton Board of Selectman meeting of June 22 to order by recognizing Alton resident ...More

Bobcat 10U girls fall in district tournament

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — Over the weekend, the Berlin/Gorham 10U softball Bobcats played two impressive games against the All Stars from Lancaster, however came up short. In game one the girls lost 27-17, but ...More

Covered bridge reopens, longtime selectman Jim Eich remembered

call imageEdith Tucker
STARK — More than 350 people turned out at 5 p.m. under cloudy skies on Saturday to celebrate the reopening of the historic covered bridge over the Upper Ammonoosuc River in this small much-photographed ...More

Local girls vie for the crown at Miss Littleton, White Mountains pageants

call imageTara Giles
BRETTON WOODS — On Sunday, the Mount Washington Hotel was filled with more than 40 girls from Berlin to Lincoln, who were taking part in the sixth annual Miss Littleton Area pageant, and the first ...More

Community remembers longtime coach Bub Avery

call imageJoshua Spaulding
OSSIPEE — Ossipee area residents remembered fondly longtime local youth coach Bub Avery last week, after he passed away suddenly on Monday, June 29. Avery coached baseball and basketball in the ...More

Selectmen urge residents to enjoy Ossipee Old Home Week

Carol Holyoake
OSSIPEE — Although this week’s selectmen’s meeting agenda reflected a quiet week in Ossipee, selectmen encouraged residents to get out and enjoy the Old Home Week celebrations which ...More

Strafford commissioner offers recommendations for county nursing home

TJ Palmer
OSSIPEE — At the June 24th meeting of the Carroll County Commissioners there was continued focus on the finances of the Mountain View Community Nursing Home, as well as the overall budget. The commissioners ...More

Great North Woods comes up short in state tournament opener

call imageTara Giles
BARRINGTON — On Friday, July 3, the Great North Woods 12-U All Stars headed to Barrington where they went head-to-head with teams from around the state in the state tournament. In the opening game ...More

Covered bridge reopens, longtime selectman Jim Eich remembered

call imageEdith Tucker
STARK — More than 350 people turned out at 5 p.m. under cloudy skies on Saturday to celebrate the reopening of the historic covered bridge over the Upper Ammonoosuc River in this small much-photographed ...More

Vets who served on USS John W. Weeks donate memorabilia to Park

call imageEdith Tucker
LANCASTER — Friday was a day of memories, generosity and good humor in the Great Room of the Lodge on the summit of Mt. Prospect at Weeks State Park....More

After standout career, Houston set to ski at Castleton

call imageJeff Lajoie
GILFORD — The ski racing world isn't an easy one to traverse. Two runs separate you from glory, but so many variables come into play. It's one of the toughest sports because the margin for error ...More

Veterans, horses bond for weekend program

call imageErin Plummer
A weekend with some large, four-legged friends helped a group of veterans work through some tough issues during Camp Resilience’s Equine Therapy program....More

GYC program give students community service experience

call imageErin Plummer
LACONIA ⎯ A summer program at the Gilford Youth Center is giving high school students valuable community service time and benefiting various organizations. ...More

Ogden reflects on a decade at Kingswood

Joshua Spaulding
WOLFEBORO — Throughout Andrea Ogden’s 10 years as Kingswood Athletics Director, there were numerous big changes made to sports at Kingswood. And while she walks away proud of what was accomplished, ...More

Wakefield looking for volunteers for Transfer Station committee

Thomas Beeler
WAKEFIELD — Earlier this year the Wakefield Board of Selectmen proposed to make four changes to the town’s Transfer Station ordinance based on the recommendations of Transfer Station Manager ...More

Tuftonboro selectmen discuss roads and ramps

Elissa Paquette
TUFTONBORO — Road work has been progressing steadily in Tuftonboro, according to Road Agent Jim Bean. Reporting to selectmen on Monday morning, Bean said the catch basins throughout town have been ...More
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O’Malley bids a fond farewell to Newfound

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRISTOL — Retiring after 30 years at Newfound Regional High School, Principal Michael O’Malley was bid a fond farewell at the close of the 2014-15 school year in June by students, faculty ...More

New Hampton dedicates Nature-Fitness Trail

call imageThomas P. Caldwell
NEW HAMPTON — Those involved in the creation of a nature trail with fitness stations formally dedicated the path during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 27....More

Newfound Football Camp set for Aug. 3-7

BRISTOL — The annual Newfound Football Camp football skills clinic will take place Aug. 3 through 7 at Newfound Regional High School. This non-contact camp is run by Newfound Regional High School ...More

Local girls vie for the crown at Miss Littleton, White Mountains pageants

call imageTara Giles
BRETTON WOODS — On Sunday, the Mount Washington Hotel was filled with more than 40 girls from Berlin to Lincoln, who were taking part in the sixth annual Miss Littleton Area pageant, and the first ...More

DES once again hears doubts about Trudeau Road landfill

call imageDarin Wipperman
BETHLEHEM—Several people concerned about the North Country Environmental Services (NCES) landfill on Trudeau Road spoke at a public hearing last week. The event, which took place in the Profile ...More

Littleton Cal Ripken ends season at Districts

call imageCorey McKean
GORHAM — Three 11-12-year-old Cal Ripken All-Star teams played in the District Three tournament on the weekend of June 19 in Gorham, as Littleton, Great North Woods and Berlin-Gorham battled to ...More

Hough, Greene bonded between the white lines

call imageJeff Lajoie
MOULTONBOROUGH — Trust is one of the most important parts of any relationship. In softball, a pitcher has to trust her catcher. A catcher has to trust her pitcher. For Maddy Greene and Jordan Hough, ...More

Events celebrate the Fourth across the region

call imageErin Plummer
REGION ⎯ Local communities will celebrate Independence Day this weekend with many different activities....More

Castle in the Clouds antique car show returning for another year

call imageErin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH ⎯ Antique and classic cars spanning a hundred year period will be back on the grounds of Castle in the Clouds in a couple weeks and car owners and spectators are encouraged to show ...More

Fillion powers Post 66 past Meredith

call imageJoshua Spaulding
MEREDITH — The Durand-Haley Post 66 Junior Legion baseball team had to battle all day on Tuesday, June 30. At the beginning of the afternoon the battle was with the rain, which essentially petered ...More

Steen reflects on tenure as President of PSU

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — June 30 marked the end of an era, not just for Plymouth State University but also for the Town of Plymouth, where outgoing university president Sara Jayne Steen left her mark wherever ...More

Thornton Central School D.I. team travels to Global Competition

call imageDonna Rhodes
THORNTON — A hardworking group of boys and girls from Thornton Central School took their creative problem-solving skills all the way to the top this May, when they traveled to Knoxville, Tenn. for ...More

Granite State Games a success for Lakes Region squads

call imageJeff Lajoie
MANCHESTER — The action proved fierce for the local Lakes Region athletes, as a horde of high schoolers (over 800 registered in total) competed in the first-ever Granite State Games June 23-28 on ...More

Tilton & Northfield residents pay tribute to Bert Southwick at Old Home Day

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — A brilliant summer day greeted residents, both past and present, from the towns of Tilton and Northfield on Saturday as they gathered to enjoy their combined annual Old Home Day festivities, ...More

Noise test to be done on site of proposed motocross track

Erin Plummer
BELMONT ⎯ A noise test will be done before the Zoning Board makes a decision on a special exception for a proposed motocross track, a project that has been the subject of strong controversy. ...More
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