Carroll County Independent

Eagle boys take Wilderness title

Kennett girls finish second to White Mountains

BELMONT — The Kennett track boys got wins in the 100, 200, 400, 800 and 3,200 meters on the way to winning the Wilderness League title on Saturday in Belmont. The Eagle girls finished second to White Mountains Regional. The performance of the day probably went to junior Noah Lautenschlager, who raced to the win in the 100 meters. In the preliminaries, he finished in first place in 11.3 seconds and then came through with the win in the same time in the finals. Cam Labrie was third in the preliminaries in 11.5 seconds and finished in fourth in the finals in 11.6 seconds. Kyle O'Keefe was 12th in 12 seconds and Noah Dubois was 19th in 12.3 seconds....more>

Sweet Paws animal cruelty case dismissed

OSSIPEE — Last week Carroll County Superior Court Judge James Patten dismissed the animal cruelty case against Laurinda Miller in the 2015 case at Sweet Paws Animal Spa and Rescue, formerly in Ossipee. Over 60 animals were rescued from deplorable conditions there last July and relocated to three local humane societies including Lakes Region Humane Society in Ossipee....more>

Westward Shores granted variance at Ossipee ZBA meeting

OSSIPEE — Dan Flores from SFC Engineering came before the Ossipee ZBA at their May 10 meeting, representing the owners of Westward Shores Campground to present a variance for a 16-foot wide access road, where a minimum width of 20 feet is required....more>

Wakefield ZBA denies Dollar General appeals

WAKEFIELD — Last Monday evening, May 16, the Wakefield Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) heard two appeals from the developers of the proposed Dollar General store in Sanbornville and unanimously denied both of them....more>
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