Granite State News

No increase proposed for water and sewer rates in Wolfeboro

Options presented for solving effluent disposal problem

WOLFEBORO — Public Works Director Dave Ford had some good news for Wolfeboro water and sewer users when he met with the Board of Selectmen at its April 20 meeting: there was no need to raise water or sewer rates this year....more>

Selectmen tour Tuftonboro roads and Dore property

WOLFEBORO — The Tuftonboro Board of Selectmen completed a tour of various town roads and properties on Friday, April 22 that included scheduled stops at Union Wharf Road, Ledge Hill Road, the Dore property, Sodom Road and Eaglemere Road. In a departure from their usual annual ride around with Road Agent Jim Bean,...more>

First members appointed to new Heritage Commission

WOLFEBORO — At its April 20 meeting the Wolfeboro Board of Selectmen made a number of appointments to town boards and commissions, mainly to reappoint serving members but also to replace those who have resigned or do not wish to be reappointed to another fixed term....more>

Fun in the mud

Youngsters rule four-mile Muddy Moose, Madison's Jim Johnson wins 13.1-mile race

WOLFEBORO — There was a little less mud than in years past, but that didn't stop the runners in Sunday's annual Muddy Moose Trail Races from having a good time in the woods of Wolfeboro....more>

Wakefield police chief to hold public forum on sobriety checkpoints

AKEFIELD — Wakefield Police Chief Ken Fifield took the opportunity at the April 13 meeting of the Board of Selectmen to announce that he plans to hold a public forum on sobriety checkpoints in early summer. The forum will give those who have objected to police stopping cars to do sobriety checks ...more>

Curtis Quality Care named Woman-Owned Business of the Year

WOLFEBORO — Curtis Quality Care LLC, a homecare service located at 130 Pine Hill Rd. in Wolfeboro, has been named Woman-Owned Business of the Year for New Hampshire by the Small Business Administration....more>

Linda Murray honored with 2016 General James Wolfe Award

WOLFEBORO — On behalf of the Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce, President Barbara Thurston presented the annual General James Wolfe Award on April 13 to Linda Murray. The award was presented in recognition of Murray's outstanding service and dedication to the community...more>
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