Carroll County Independent

Numbers down, but work ethic strong for Eagles

NORTH CONWAY — After losing just one senior to graduation last year, Kennett girls' hoop coach Larry Meader was hopeful that the numbers that ticked upward last year would continue in that direction. However, the Eagles will be entering the new season with just 14 players in the entire program, putting the JV program in jeopardy. Despite the low numbers, the Eagle coach is pleased with what he's seen out of his girls as the season premiere moves closer....more>

Staff shortages delay implementing Felonies First in Carroll County

OSSIPEE — Implementation of a program called Felonies First, legislated by the NH House in 2015 and mandated to begin in Carroll County in January, has been postponed until the office is fully staffed and able to do the extra work required to execute the program....more>

Commissioners want to restore public works position cut in 2016

OSSIPEE — County budget discussions continue weekly in what have become marathon four-hour county commissioner's meetings. A records request sent to county administration seeking a copy of the much-discussed draft budget was not made available as of press time....more>

State puts further rumble strip installation on hold

Motorists complained about noise and other problems

OSSIPEE — Ten years ago Sarah Elliott was killed on her way to work at Carroll County Dispatch Center. The accident happened when a pickup truck crossed the centerline on Route 16 in Ossipee and slammed into her car. ...more>
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