Granite State News

Plans presented for second floor of Wakefield public safety building

WAKEFIELD — The Public Safety Building Second Floor Committee presented its plans to Wakefield selectmen at the board's Aug. 26 meeting. Police Chief Ken Fifield and Fire-Rescue Chief Todd Nason went over the history of the Public Safety Building, the issues that need to be addressed, and the plans to address the issues, with estimated costs....more>

Police Commission learns about Wolfeboro's response to the addiction crisis

WOLFEBORO — Capt. Dean Rondeau presented the Wolfeboro Police Commissioners with a drug intervention initiative from the department during its Aug. 20 meeting, a response to Commissioner Ron Goodgame's question in the previous meeting as to what the department was going to do to ameliorate the community's addiction crisis. ...more>

Lang Pond Road issues discussed in Tuftonboro

TUFTONBORO — Addressing erosion issues on Lang Pond Road has been a recurring topic at selectmen's meetings in Tuftonboro, and the Aug. 24 meeting was no exception. Mirror Lake Watershed Committee members Steve Wingate and Dusty Davies, joined by alternate Gene Kelly, came to the table with a list of discrete issues pertaining to the most recent engineering plan....more>

Cyr backstops Knights to opening win

WOLFEBORO — The Farmington Tigers controlled much of the play, but the Kingswood Knights found the back of the net twice and escaped with a 2-1 win in the boys' soccer season opener for both teams on Friday, Aug. 28. "We definitely escaped with that one," said Kingswood coach Tony Giguere. "We knew they were going to come out hard in that second half." Wade Cyr got the start in net for the Knights and came away with some strong saves in the early going, including one on a direct kick and another on a shot from the side. He also made a save on a head shot from the Tigers....more>
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