Five seniors set to lead Timber Wolf boys

ALTON — The returning players for the Prospect Mountain boys' basketball team are all seniors and coach Michael Joy will be looking to them to anchor the program in the upcoming season. "They will be the solid anchors to our program this year," said Joy of his five seniors, noting that they will be supplemented by seven newcomers. The Timber Wolves will have a pair of senior captains in Guillermo Sepulveda and Hudson Ingoldsby, both of whom have seen plenty of time over the last few years at the varsity level....more>

Selectmen hear a few bits of good news

BARNSTEAD — At the Barnstead Board of Selectmen meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 22, Chair Priscilla Tiede brought the attention of the board to an opportunity that is coming in the summer of 2017 for Barnstead and Alton residents. Earlier this year Work Camp New England, a faith-based organization, asked Prospect Mountain High School to house several dozen high school students for a few weeks in the summer of 2017. Under the supervision of skilled tradespeople, students in the program will make necessary minor or significant repairs to the homes of senior citizens, and low or moderate income families in Barnstead and Alton. Example projects include reroofing, reinforcing a weak foundation, exterior painting, etc....more>

Light up Night is Saturday

ALTON — "Light up Night" is Saturday, Dec. 3, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Join the community to celebrate the festive holiday lighting. Organizations that would like to participate are asked to contact the Alton Parks and Recreation Department to add their events to the schedule....more>
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