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Sap House Meadery expands, invigorates commerce in Center Ossipee

OSSIPEE — Sap House Meadery is bringing commerce and attracting customers to a once-sleepy side street in Center Ossipee. First opened to the public in 2011 with a small manufacturing and brewing space and a retail shop that doubled as a tasting room at 6 Folsom Road,...more>

Effingham Preservation Society re-opens its historic 1816 building

EFFINGHAM — At the corner of Route 153 (Province Lake Road) and Town House Road you will find the headquarters of Effingham Preservation Society. The 200-year-old building opened as Drake's Store in 1816 and has served as a school, sales shop for sewing trousers to be sent to Boston, and a Grange Hall. ...more>

County delegation votes to support county farm study

OSSIPEE — In a move the Carroll County Farm Advisory Committee (CCFAC) was hoping for, the Carroll County Delegation voted Monday to support moving forward with a feasibility study for the future of the Carroll County Farm....more>

Diamonds are this girl's best friend

Kennett grad Whitney Roberts staying involved with softball

WOLFEBORO — As Whitney Roberts made her way to the end of her college softball career, she began to see friends who were no longer part of the game when the college experience was over. That was not something she was looking forward to. And now that the Tamworth native and Kennett graduate has finished up her career at Plymouth State University, she's determined to keep softball in her life as long as possible....more>

Public hearing on revised Ossipee event ordinance to be held Aug. 1

Adoption would bar future concerts at Hobbs Tavern

OSSIPEE — Selectmen here have revamped the town's outdoor event ordinance and on Aug. 1 citizens will have the chance to voice their opinion about the changes. This public hearing is required before selectmen can vote to adopt the ordinance overhaul....more>

Ossipee selectmen pressing state to postpone boat launch work to fall

OSSIPEE — Selectmen here have voted to send a letter to the Governor, Executive Councilor, and anyone else who will listen to their plea to keep the Pine River boat launch open in August. ...more>

Scott Pike is winning friends in Wakefield

WAKEFIELD — Though he has only been working in town for a little over a month, Wakefield's new Director of Public Works Scott Pike has already earned a letter of appreciation from Wakefield Food Pantry President Janet Miller and voiced thanks to selectmen from Parks & Recreation Director Wayne Robinson....more>
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