Granite State News

Wakefield looking for volunteers for Transfer Station committee

WAKEFIELD — Earlier this year the Wakefield Board of Selectmen proposed to make four changes to the town's Transfer Station ordinance based on the recommendations of Transfer Station Manager Warren Winn. One of the proposed changes requiring the use of clear plastic bags to encourage recycling met some opposition, but in the end ...more>

Tuftonboro selectmen discuss roads and ramps

TUFTONBORO — Road work has been progressing steadily in Tuftonboro, according to Road Agent Jim Bean. Reporting to selectmen on Monday morning, Bean said the catch basins throughout town have been cleaned by Eastern Pipe, and the culvert ends have been cleaned out for drainage....more>

Michael Cooper looks back at his 12 years leading Brewster Academy

WOLFEBORO — It is the last Friday in June, and Brewster Academy's Head of School Michael E. Cooper in casual dress is packing up his office in the administration building. Dr. Craig N. Gemmell will be taking over as Brewster's 12th Head of School the following Wednesday, July 1....more>

Borelli locks down Meredith

Morin Insurance Alton Junior Legion gets 4-1 win

MEREDITH — Strong pitching can overcome a lack of timely hitting. That's a lesson that the Morin Insurance Alton Junior Legion baseball team took to the bank on Thursday, June 25, in Meredith. Sam Borelli was dominant on the mound, giving up just three hits and striking out 15 in seven innings as the Alton squad defeated Meredith Post 33 by a 4-1 score....more>

Tuftonboro selectmen review a range of issues in a long meeting

TUFTONBORO — Susan Weeks, who serves as Trustee of the Trust Funds and Cemetery Trustee, reviewed information with the Board of Selectmen on June 22 that she and Trustee Mary Ann Lynch gleaned from a seminar presented by the Charitable Trusts Unit of the Department of Justice in May....more>

Fun pianos coming to downtown Wolfeboro

WOLFEBORO — Resident Peter Cole, who is also chairman of the town Pathways Committee, came before Wolfeboro selectmen at their June 17 meeting to present a proposal to install brightly painted pianos in downtown Wolfeboro, inspired by a program in Littleton that has been running for five years there....more>

Friends of Wolfeboro Town Hall fulfill $750,000 donation pledge

WOLFEBORO — At the June 17 meeting of the Wolfeboro Board of Selectmen the Friends of Wolfeboro Town Hall fulfilled the group's promise to donate $750,000 toward the renovation of town hall by presenting a check for $375,000 to the board....more>
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