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Wolfeboro Police leader Rondeau promoted to rank of Captain

WOLFEBORO — The Wolfeboro Police Department's second in command, Lt. Dean Rondeau, was sworn to serve with the rank of Captain on Tuesday, Sept. 16, by Town Clerk Pat Waterman....more>

Primary Election Final Results

Two surprises in Republican Primary county races

COUNTY — Secretary of State Bill Gardner has reported that statewide the turnout for the Sept. 9 primary was 19 percent of eligible voters, with 121,881 voting Republican and 43,556 voting Democratic. There was only one minor contest on the Democratic ballot (for governor) while there were multiple contests on the Republican ballot....more>
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Seven area veterans to go on Honor Flight to Washington Sept. 20

WOLFEBORO — Last Friday, Sept. 12, seven World War II veterans came to a special lunch at the Wright Museum to meet each other and learn more about the Honor Flight they will share on Saturday, Sept. 20....more>
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Knights tame Tigers for first win

Kingswood girls score 3-0 win over Farmington

WOLFEBORO — There were smiles all around on Wednesday, Sept. 10, as the Kingswood soccer girls picked up their first win of the season, besting Farmington 3-0 on the turf of Alumni Field. "For the first time all season, our keeper, Emily Crew, didn't have much to do," coach Tom Merrell stated. In fact, Crew barely had to touch the ball as the Knights controlled play for much of the game and any pressure that got into the offensive zone was turned away before anything got through to the Knight keeper....more>
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Work begins on two major projects in Wolfeboro

WOLFEBORO — Wolfeboro selectmen learned at their Sept. 3 meeting that work is finally under way on the two major projects approved by voters last March. The first is the renovation of Town Hall, where scaffolding has been erected to begin work on the exterior masonry of the building. ...more>
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James Foley remembered at Sunday service

ALTON — A service of celebration and remembrance for slain journalist James Foley drew hundreds together on Sunday, Sept. 7, at St. Katharine Drexel Roman Catholic Church in shared grief....more>

Wolfeboro settles with Wright-Pierce for $7.5 million

WOLFEBORO — Chairman Linda Murray announced at the Sept. 4 Wolfeboro selectmen's meeting that the town had reached a settlement in its lawsuit against Wright-Pierce Engineers. Wright-Pierce will pay the town $7.5 million in compensation for the rapid infiltration basin effluent disposal system the firm engineered that failed to provide the disposal capacity it was designed for. ...more>
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