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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

Sewer rate to rise two percent this year

Jody Houle
BERLIN — At last Monday's City Council work session, the council voted to take the City Manager's recommendation to raise the current sewer rate by two percent for fiscal year 2018. ...More

City Council approves revised Hawker-Peddler ordinance

call imageJody Houle
BERLIN — The City Council approved a revised Hawker-Peddler ordinance for vendors at last Monday's city work session....More

Local Destination Imagination teams will compete in Global Finals

call imageJody Houle
REGION — The Berlin High School and Gorham Ed Fenn Elementary School Destination Imagination teams advanced to the Global Finals and will compete in May with teams from 45 countries and 14 states. ...More

Commissioners seeking proposals to lease blueberry bushes at county complex

Mellisa Seamans
OSSIPEE — Is there anyone interested in leasing an acre of high bush blueberry bushes at the Carroll County Complex in Ossipee for at least six years? If so, the county commissioners would like ...More

Brookfield town cleanup day is this Saturday

Thomas Beeler
BROOKFIELD — The annual town cleanup day will be this Saturday, April 28, Selectman Rich Zacher announced at the board’s April 10 meeting....More

Wakefield selectmen vote to order 10-wheel trucks

Thomas Beeler
WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield Board of Selectmen voted 3-0 last Wednesday, April 11, to approve purchase orders for two 10-wheel Freightliner trucks for the Highway Department despite urging by a former ...More

Selectmen in Lancaster agree to sponsor airport grant

Tara Giles
LANCASTER — On Monday, April 16, the Lancaster Board of Selectmen's meeting was well attended. The first order of business was in regards to a Northern Borders Grant. ...More

Copper Pig Brewery opens its doors

call imageJustin Roshak
LANCASTER—Last Saturday, Copper Pig Brewery opened its bank vault doors to the public at 1 Middle Street. ...More

White Mountains School Board discusses Futures Summer Camp

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — The April 9 WMRSD School Board meeting brought with it teacher resignations and a few new staff approvals. Hired as the full time Assistant Principal at WMRHS was interim AP Jacob ...More

Rotarians take helm on Rowe House project

call imageErin Plummer
A section of the historic Benjamin Rowe House is being renovated through the work of volunteers spearheaded by the Gilford Rotary Club....More

GYC hosts annual yard sale

call imageErin Plummer
People could sell some items and benefit youth programs during the Gilford Youth Center's annual Community Yard Sale....More

Parks and Rec seeing successful programs, generous donations

Erin Plummer
The Parks and Recreation Department had some troubles with weather, but has seen high participation and some generous donations in recent months. ...More

FIT co-founder Maureen Beauregard named Manchester Chamberís Citizen of the Year

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Maureen Beauregard, co-founder and president of Families in Transition (FIT), lived in substandard housing with her mom and four siblings until age five, when she was placed into foster ...More

Wolfeboro selectmen pleased with selection of new town manager

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Members of the Wolfeboro Board of Selectmen expressed their pleasure upon the recent signing of Becky Merrow to the position of town manager. Merrow, currently serving as manager for ...More

Wolfeboro selectmen pleased with selection of new town manager

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Members of the Wolfeboro Board of Selectmen expressed their pleasure upon the recent signing of Becky Merrow to the position of town manager. Merrow, currently serving as manager for ...More

Conservation Commission members set out to keep Grotonís roads clean

call imageDonna Rhodes
GROTON — Earth Day found four members of the Groton Conservation Commission walking the road to pick up all the litter that has been accumulating over the years. "Slim" Spafford, chair of the commission, ...More

A unique local tradition continues in Hill with annual Baby Book ceremony

call imageDonna Rhodes
HILL — For more than two decades, the Friends of the Hill Public Library have been honoring babies born in the town with a children’s book dedicated in their name to the town library, and ...More

Newfound board, residents come together on default budget

Thomas P. Caldwell
BRISTOL — An attempt to end seven weeks of acrimony between the Newfound Area School Board and residents of the seven towns making up the school district succeeded in bringing a calmer and more ...More

Volunteers pitch in to clear trash from local roadways on Green-Up Day

call imageJustin Roshak
LITTLETON — A 'green-up day' opened the spring cleaning season in fine form last week, and flushed a veritable mountain of trash from the roads and parks of Littleton last Saturday. ...More

River District Commission gears up for Saranac-Amonoosuc overhaul

call imageJustin Roshak
LITTLETON—The $2 million overhaul of Saranac and Ammonoosuc streets will begin within a month, and last all summer, according to project leaders and town hall. ...More

Fatal crash claims life of Bethlehem man

Justin Roshak
BETHLEHEM—Around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 11, Bethlehem resident Casey Pillsbury was killed after his vehicle collided with a Lin-Wood High School bus on Route 116. A third vehicle was also damaged, ...More

Streetcar presents ďBig RiverĒ this weekend

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — Streetcar Conpany will go to the Mississippi River this weekend for its production of "Big River," a classic story addressing a painful part of history....More

Earth Day at MA offers students hands on learning, experiences

call imageErin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH — Bike riding, decorating recycling bins, cleaning the school grounds, and selling t-shirts to help save the elephants were just a few of the fun and hands on activities available ...More

State Poet Laureate visits Inter-Lakes

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — New Hampshire Poet Laureate Alice B. Fogel talked about demystifying poetry and the ways it can be used for personal expression during a special presentation during a visit to Inter-Lakes ...More

Local club hopes to spread love for wingless auto racing

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — The Wingless Auto Club convened at O’Reilly’s Auto Parts in Plymouth last weekend so the public could get an up close look at their race vehicles and learn more about an exciting ...More

Local police departments hosting collections for National Drug Take-Back Day Saturday

Donna Rhodes
REGION — National Drug Take-Back Day is slated for Saturday, April 28, and residents are encouraged to take a look in their medicine cabinets and sort out any medications they are no longer using ...More

Stunning performances make Dancing with the Community Stars entertaining and emotional

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — Several adjectives beginning with the letter "E" highlighted this year’s Dancing with the Community Stars at the Flying Monkey Theater in Plymouth last Sunday, including entertaining, ...More

Tilton Parks Commission hosts unique Earth Day celebration

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — With sunshine and warmer temperatures abounding, boys and girls gathered at Riverfront Park in Tilton last Sunday morning for an Earth Day Egg Hunt, where hundreds of plastic eggs, lots ...More

Winners of Sanbornton Conservation Commissionís Youth Photo Contest announced

call imageDonna Rhodes
SANBORNTON — At a special presentation last Thursday evening, the Sanbornton Conservation Commission, in conjunction with the Sanbornton Public Library, announced the winners of their children’s ...More

Volunteers give Tryon Skate Park a facelift

call imageDonna Rhodes
NORTHFIELD — The Tryon Skate Park in Northfield received a much-needed spring clean up and a bit of a facelift last weekend when a team of volunteers pitched in to ready the park, used by skate ...More
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