Granite State News

Woodbine Senior Living site plan review moved to Oct. 2

WOLFEBORO — The public hearing on the site plan for Woodbine Senior Living's proposed 56-bed Alzheimer's facility, originally scheduled for next Tuesday, Oct. 6, has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. at the Wolfeboro Public Library meeting room. Also postponed to Oct. 20 is a public hearing on a site plan for a communications closet at 645 South Main St. by FairPoint Communications and Lincoln Building LLC....more>

School district's Special Education program given high marks

WOLFEBORO — The New Hampshire Department of Education recently gave the Governor Wentworth Regional School District's Special Education program a thumbs up on meeting the requirements and purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) during the 2013 2014 reporting period....more>

Final hearing on Chris Sawyer suit against Tuftonboro selectmen set for next Monday

TUFTONBORO — The Tuftonboro Board of Selectmen will head to Superior Court next Monday, Oct. 5, for what is expected to be a final hearing on the civil suit brought against the board by resident Chris Sawyer. The 9 a.m. hearing is a followup to the initial Sept. 8 court appearance at which Sawyer offered a list of alleged New Hampshire Right to Know statute violations, which were in turn rebutted by the town's attorney, Rick Sager....more>

Knight boys and girls both finish second

Miller, McKenna lead the way at Finale in the Valley

WOLFEBORO — The Kingswood boys and girls turned in outstanding performances at the annual Finale in the Valley cross country race in Waterville Valley on Saturday morning. The Knights finished second in both races, with only Kennett finishing ahead of them. On the girls' side of things, the Knights finished with 67 points....more>
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