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Alton and Sanbornton focus for Eastern Brook Trout habitat

REGION — Eastern brook trout need wood in streams for good habitat, so Belknap County Conservation District (BCCD) is working with the Towns of Alton and Sanbornton on projects to improve local ...More

Barnstead Farmerís Market celebrates Kidsí Business Day

BARNSTEAD — Please join us Saturday, July 11 from 9 a.m. — 1 p.m. to celebrate Kids’ Business Day at the Barnstead Farmers’ Market! We are located on the corner of Route 28 and ...More

Library invites children to express thoughts on pandemic

NEW DURHAM — As part of the "Imagine Your Story" summer program, the New Durham Public Library has set aside a day for young participants to paint an illustration of what the pandemic meant to them. ...More

Adult passenger injured in UTV rollover

BERLIN — Fish and Game Conservation Officers responded to a reported Utility-Terrain Vehicle (UTV) rollover crash in the area of the Brook Road Trail, in Jericho Mountain State Park Saturday afternoon ...More

Gorham Fire & EMS acquires new defibrillators

GORHAM — On Wednesday, July 1, Gorham Fire & EMS placed two Zoll brand X-Series cardiac monitor-defibrillators into service....More

Northern Border Regional Commission announces Forest Economy Partnership grant round

REGION — The Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC) is pleased to announce the 2020 Regional Forest Economy Partnership (RFEP) grant application opportunity. ...More

Mountain View Community gets the all clear

Elissa Paquette
OSSIPEE — "It's all good news," says Mountainview Community Nursing Home Administrator Howie Chandler following a report from the state lab that the facility is Covid-19 free....More

GWRSD Reopening Task Force plans ahead

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Parent surveys returned by July 7 will be collated to assist the Governor Wentworth Regional School District in planning the 2020-2021 school year. Superintendent Kathy Cuddy-Egbert ...More

Safe & socially distanced family fun in the Valley

NORTH CONWAY — Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, Mt Washington Valley businesses have been vigilant about safety measures, resulting in a very low incidence of COVID-19 in the region....More

Jefferson brings the parade to the people

call imageTara Giles
JEFFERSON — On July 4, the town of Jefferson reversed tradition and instead of the people coming to the parade, the parade went to the people....More

Concerned citizens address Dalton Select Board

Tara Giles
DALTON — At last Monday's board meeting in Dalton, a group of citizens brought to light several issues to include financial mismanagement and conflict of interest concerns with the current board. ...More

Parker J. Noyes project seen as key to area's revitalization

LANCASTER — Site preparation work begins June 29 on the eagerly awaited $2.5 million renovation of the historic Parker J. Noyes building in downtown Lancaster....More

Police re-schedule activities pre-empted by Coronavirus

Erin Plummer
The pandemic has meant big impacts to police department events, programs, and trainings, though some programs and events are slowly coming back or being rescheduled....More

New parking restrictions planned during Island Cleanup Day

Erin Plummer
Island Cleanup Day is coming up and the town is getting the word out about changes in parking at Glendale during the event....More

Lakes Region Elite summer program starting soon

Erin Plummer
The Gilford Youth Center's kids' basketball program will return this summer with a number of changes because of the pandemic....More

Town officials shy away from mask requirement

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Around a dozen letter writers recently asked the town to mandate the wearing of face masks out and about town, prompting a discussion among board members and law enforcement at the July ...More

Town Hall to open fully July 13

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Town Manager Jim Pineo unveiled a plan to the board on July 1 for a "soft opening" of the Town Hall, to begin on July 6 with entrance by appointment only to all offices....More

GWRSD Reopening Task Force plans ahead

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Parent surveys returned by July 7 will be collated to assist the Governor Wentworth Regional School District in planning the 2020-2021 school year. Superintendent Kathy Cuddy-Egbert ...More

Newfound region celebrates the 4th

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRISTOL — The Newfound Region’s Fourth of July activities were a bit low key this year, but plentiful. ...More

NLRA Annual Meeting draws a (digital) crowd

BRISTOL — From long-time members to organizational partners and state senators, the crowd converged (remotely) for Newfound Lake Region Association’s Annual Meeting and Membership Gathering. ...More

NLRA Youth Conservation Corps Ė empowering youth, protecting Newfound

BRISTOL — The Newfound Lake Region Association’s Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) is hard at work again this year. ...More

Independence Day motorcade held in Littleton

call imageAngel Larcom
LITTLETON — Despite several holiday event cancellations, parade enthusiast Dennis Hartwell found a new way to celebrate Independence Day. ...More

Main Street businesses optimistic after reopening

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — Since early June, a small but significant sense of normalcy has returned to the Littleton region as restrictions lifted and business owners were allowed to reopen to the public. ...More

Wiling Workers celebrate 100 years

call imageAngel Larcom
SUGAR HILL — For more than a hundred years, the Willing Worker Society has made its mission one to foster a spirit of helpfulness. Today the organization continues its objective throughout the pandemic....More

Community center articles fail in Moultonborough

Erin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH — After three postponements and trying to manage the pandemic and state laws, Moultonborough held its town meeting with special arrangements for social distancing....More

Court rules against postponement of town meeting

Erin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH — A Carroll County judge denied a petition by a group of town residents for the June 29 town meeting to be rescheduled....More

Libraries adopt different approaches to reopening

Erin Plummer
REGION — The Meredith and Moultonborough Public Libraries are once again open to the public on a restricted basis while the libraries in Center Harbor and Sandwich are looking at options for reopening....More

Senior Center offers grab-and-go lunches

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — The Coronavirus has shut down operations for the Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, but director Plymouth Senior Center Director Gail Shaw and her staff didn’t want their senior ...More

Local educator in contention for Teacher of the Year

PLYMOUTH — A Plymouth Elementary School teacher is one of 11 semi-finalists for the 2021 New Hampshire Teacher of the Year. ...More

Ashland selectmen address Electric Departmentís collection issues

David Ruell
ASHLAND — At their July 6 meeting, the Ashland selectmen dealt with the collection problems of the Electric Department, trees and lawn care at the Scribner Memorial property, pandemic issues at ...More

Winnisquam sends off Class of 2020

Donna Rhodes
TILTON — When Winnisquam Regional High School’s Class of 2020 gathered on the school’s athletic field for their commencement ceremonies on June 26, they were fully aware of the fact ...More

Tilton Senior Center bus now in service

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — The Tilton Senior Center is pleased to announce that its new bus is ready for service, providing seniors in the community with safe, comfortable transportation when they need it....More

MVSB donates $5000 to Save Our Gale School preservation group

BELMONT — Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB) has donated $5000 to Save Our Gale School (SOGS), a local volunteer preservation group dedicated to saving the historic Gale School, currently located ...More
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