Granite State News

Selectmen updated on major projects in Wolfeboro

WOLFEBORO — Public Works Director Dave Ford gave his quarterly status report on major construction projects in Wolfeboro to selectmen at their Aug. 19 meeting. The town's two major road reconstruction projects on Middleton Road and Center Street are causing delays in other road projects....more>

Wolfeboro gets clean opinion on 2014 audit

WOLFEBORO — Tim Greene of Roberts & Greene PPLC in Concord presented the results of the 2014 town audit and was pleased to report that no significant issues were found in the town's financial statements. The opinion reads, "In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the respective financial position of the governmental activities...more>

Chris Sawyer files suit against Tuftonboro selectmen

TUFTONBORO — Tuftonboro resident Chris Sawyer filed a civil suit against the Tuftonboro Board of Selectmen on Aug. 18. The documents notifying the board of the suit were served by a sheriff's deputy during the board's meeting on Monday, Aug. 24. ...more>

Fuller takes helm of experienced Knight golf team

WOLFEBORO — For the first time in a long time, there is a new coach at the head of the Kingswood golf team. However, not much else has changed for the Knights as they prepare for a new season on the links. "I was real happy to be able to be a mentee of his last year," new coach Jeremy Fuller said of longtime coach Warren Tickle, who decided to step down. "And he's said he'd come help when he can."...more>

Duffy corrects his statement on March 16 truck discussion

TUFTONBORO — At the Aug. 10 Tuftonboro selectmen's meeting Guy Pike sought to correct a statement made by Selectman Dan Duffy at the Aug. 3 meeting in reference to the meeting of March 16. Duffy was subsequently quoted (referring to discussion of the purchase of the town truck) in the Granite State News as saying that no action was taken and no vote occurred at that meeting....more>

Tuftonboro considers an Economic Revitatization Zone

TUFTONBORO — During its Aug. 10 meeting the Tuftonboro Board of Selectmen expressed interest in applying to the NH Division of Resources and Economic Development (DRED) to include the former home of Audioplex vacant for a couple of years and presently for sale in the state's Economic Revitalization Zone Program....more>

Hospital Aid changes name to reflect broader community involvement

WOLFEBORO — Recently the Hospital Aid Association, Inc., the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that runs the annual Hospital Aid Street Fair, made a small but significant change in its name to reflect its broader mission to help those in need in the greater Wolfeboro community. The new name for the organization is Hospital and Community Aid Association, Inc....more>
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