Granite State News

Knights dominate Pride in playoff opener

Kingswood field hockey falls in quarterfinals

WOLFEBORO — For the second year in a row, the Kingswood field hockey team got to host a first-round playoff game. And for the second year in a row, the Knights gave the home fans something to cheer about, as they earned the win and moved on to the quarterfinals. The Knights played host to Merrimack Valley on Thursday, Oct. 20, and scored three goals in the first half on the way to the 3-0 win over the Pride. "We were really excited to host a game," coach Kaitlin Reilly said. "The girls worked really hard to put ourselves in a position to host in the first round. "We felt that we needed to show our supporters in the community what we can do and what we're ready to do," Reilly said. "We worked hard the last two days on today's game, watching film and they applied it today and took ownership."...more>

Wolfeboro Public Library holds Open House

Residents shown key features of library expansion plan

WOLFEBORO — The path to a 21st century library is in the design phase and the library trustees were ready to share the latest plans with the public this past Saturday. ...more>

Tuftonboro's tax rate set at $10.43, up 4 cents from 2015

TUFTONBORO — Tuftonboro's tax rate for 2016, based on town, county, local and state education rates combined, is set at $10.43, four cents over the 2015 tax rate, Chairman Carolyn Sundquist announced on Monday, Oct. 17. ...more>

County Commissioner candidates answer questions

COUNTY — There are openings for two out of the three county commissioners in Carroll County. Incumbents Chris Ahlgren (R-Wolfeboro) and David Sorensen (R-Eaton) are not running, leaving only Dave Babson (R-Ossipee) to provide continuity. ...more>
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