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Timber Wolves not deterred by low numbers

Joshua Spaulding
ALTON — The Prospect Mountain girls’ basketball team is looking at some low numbers this year, but coach Rick Burley is excited about the girls that he has as the season gets under way....More

All-State honors for Dore, Morrissey and Alberto

Joshua Spaulding
REGION — The New Hampshire Soccer Coaches Organization has announced its All-State lists for the recently concluded high school season and there were a number of locals who were honored....More

Additional terrain, lodging in proposed plan for Gunstock

Erin Plummer
A phased, multiyear plan for Gunstock Mountain Resort includes proposals for new lifts, expanded trails, more hospitality and camping services, and possibly space for new hotels....More

City Manager attends last work session

Tara Giles
BERLIN — At the Nov. 29 Berlin City Council Work Session, the meeting began with a Non-Public Session. ...More

Low Lily and Matt Flinner to perform at Medallion Opera House

GORHAM — Low Lily and Grammy-nominated mandolinist Matt Flinner will be performing a Winter Solstice/Holiday concert live on Sunday, Dec. 19 at 6:30 p.m. at the Medallion Opera House, Gorham Town ...More

4-H’ers recognized at Achievement Ceremony

LANCASTER — The annual Coös County 4-H Achievement Ceremony was held Saturday morning on Nov. 20. ...More

Eagle hoop girls return solid flock to the nest

call imageJoshua Spaulding
NORTH CONWAY — With a short preseason and a condensed regular season schedule, practice time will be a premium for Division II girls’ hoop teams in the new season....More

Eagles, Knights earn boys’ soccer All-State nods

Joshua Spaulding
REGION — The New Hampshire Soccer Coaches Organization has announced its All-State lists for the recently concluded high school season and there were a number of locals who were honored....More

Tickets on sale now for Washington Valley Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour

NORTH CONWAY — After a pandemic cancellation last year, Mt Washington Valley’s sweetest holiday tradition will return in 2021! ...More

Spartan hoop boys hope to be top contender in Division III

call imageTara Giles
WHITEFIELD — This season the WMRHS boys' basketball team is looking to stay in the top tier as far as Division III teams go. ...More

Fire destroys home in Dalton

call imageTara Giles
DALTON — Crews responded to a raging fire in Dalton on Steven's Path on Tuesday evening. Whitefield Fire was the first to respond on scene due to proximity. ...More

Northumberland police arrest fugitive from justice

Tara Giles
NORTHUMBERLAND — On Nov. 29, Northumberland police arrested 23-year-old Parker Lovell, also of Northumberland....More

Additional terrain, lodging in proposed plan for Gunstock

Erin Plummer
A phased, multiyear plan for Gunstock Mountain Resort includes proposals for new lifts, expanded trails, more hospitality and camping services, and possibly space for new hotels....More

SantaLand brings out families for holiday fun

call imageErin Plummer
SantaLand was back this year at the Gilford Youth Center, bringing out families to enjoy an array of fun activities in one place....More

GHS Craft Fair makes a comeback

call imageErin Plummer
Visitors could shop for handmade holiday gifts for another year at the Gilford High School Holiday Craft Fair, where two school buildings became a hub for crafters and shoppers....More

Willetts celebrate 75 years of marriage

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Joe and Ruth Willett celebrated 75 years of marriage on Saturday, Nov. 27 at the Tuftonboro home of daughter and son-in-law, Sarah and Paul Matlock, along with daughters, Ann Willett ...More

Town Warrant article discussions underway

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The Dec. 1 meeting of the Board of Selectmen included approval of a Deputy Town Treasurer to assist newly appointed Treasurer Carl Bagge when needed. ...More

Preliminary Wolfeboro police budget up 5.1 percent

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — As the Wolfeboro Police Commission prepares for a budget meeting on Dec. 16 at the town library, one of a series of meetings scheduled with town departments by the Budget Committee, ...More
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Winners of Alexandria Cons. Comm. Calendar Photo Contest announced

call imageDonna Rhodes
ALEXANDRIA — Alexandria Conservation Committee chair Jennifer Tuthill announced the winners of their 2022 Calendar photo contest last Wednesday evening at a reception held in the town’s municipal ...More

Wilkins takes helm for Newfound hoop girls

Joshua Spaulding
BRISTOL — After a strong showing in summer league play and preseason workouts, new Newfound girls’ hoop coach Danielle Wilkins is excited about what her team will be able to do in the new ...More

NHEC sets Member Service Charge for 2022

PLYMOUTH — For the first time in four years, New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) will increase its Member Service Charge to reflect the ongoing costs to operate its electric system....More

Ammonoosuc Habitat for Humanity seeks director

call imageAngel Larcom
LITTLETON — For the first time in its history, the Ammonoosuc Region chapter of Habitat for Humanity has developed a paid, part-time Executive Director position to help bring the organization into ...More

Grafton County Nursing Home relaxes visitation restrictions

Angel Larcom
HAVERHILL — In response to new CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) guidelines, the Grafton County Nursing Home relaxed visitation requirements - just in time for the holidays....More

LRH tightens visitor policy

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — As the state continues to carry the highest number of COVID-positive cases nationwide, hospitals and funeral homes make daily adjustments to absorb the caseloads. ...More

Ribbon cut on Meredith Library addition

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — The ribbon was formally cut on the newly expanded Meredith Public Library and members of the community and beyond celebrated the results of the nearly 10-year project. ...More

Sweet talents displayed at GMP gingerbread contest

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — An array of colorful gingerbread houses and a few specially decorated trees went on display at the Meredith Community Center for the Greater Meredith Program’s first ever Gingerbread ...More

Adorno takes helm for Laker varsity hoop girls

Joshua Spaulding
MEREDITH — After two years leading the Inter-Lakes girls’ JV basketball team, Luis Adorno steps up to the varsity program this year. ...More

Plymouth Holiday Parade kicks off the season

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — Although he did manage to make an appearance in Plymouth last Saturday evening, the Grinch still couldn’t steal the spirit and joy of the holiday season during the weekend long ...More

Ashland selectmen discuss use of old school for town library

David Ruell
ASHLAND — At their Dec. 6 meeting, the Ashland selectmen discussed the proposed purchase of the old elementary school for the Town Library, reviewed 2022 town meeting warrant articles, approved ...More

Young Bobcat girls look to new head coach

Joshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — With a fairly young team, new head coach Brittany Lucas is counting on her returning players to help pace the Plymouth hoop girls this year....More

Bear girls looking to build off successful 2020-21 campaign

Joshua Spaulding
TILTON — The Winnisquam girls’ basketball team took leaps and bounds in the right direction last year, finishing the season at 7-7 under coach Mark Dawalga....More

Locals earn football All-State honors

Joshua Spaulding
REGION — The Division II East Conference football All-State teams have been announced an a number of Plymouth, Gilford-Belmont, Kennett and Kingswood athletes were on the lists....More

35th Annual Cash & Cans schedule set

REGION — ‘Making a difference one donation at a time,’ Mix 94.1 FM's 35th annual Cash and Cans Money & Food Drive for the holidays is set for Dec. 13-17. ...More
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