Littleton Courier

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Lights shine in Bethlehem for autism awareness

BETHLEHEM— Parents Jose and Casey Bonilla, who have a son with autism, are on a mission. Started last year, the couple is expanding their effort to illuminate the town's Main Street with blue lights, the color of autism awareness....more>

Italian Oasis to close

Bailiwicks set to take over spot

LITTLETON— Bailiwicks, closed since the Thayers Inn water damage in January, will be moving to Parker's Marketplace in the spot being vacated by Italian Oasis. Wayne and Lisa Morello, who operated the Oasis since 1992, have decided to move on....more>

Crusaders on a mission to return to finals

LITTLETON — When the Littleton Crusaders' baseball season came to an abrupt end in the finals last season, some would say there was a sour taste left over from the loss. However, with a new season now at hand, the Crusaders have the opportunity to return to the big stage and make right on their mission for a championship. But with key players gone, it will be up to the youth of the team to fill the gaps of a baseball program that is back on the rise....more>

Principal Arthur J. Kenney honored 60 Years after historic High School fire

LITTLETON—Arthur J. Kenney, principal of Littleton High School from 1950 through 1963, was honored April 1 on what was the 60th anniversary of the greatest challenge of his tenure, the destruction by fire of the high school in 1954....more>

NCES Stage V permit set for public hearing

Selectmen decline to hire engineer to review application

BETHLEHEM— Another North Country Environmental Services (NCES) public hearing will occur related to the landfill's operating permits. The Department of Environmental Services (DES) will provide the opportunity for public comment at a hearing on the proposed expansion of waste capacity at the landfill. The hearing occurs at 6 p.m. on April 17 at Profile School....more>
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