Granite State News

Knight boys run to win at home

Miller leads the charge for Kingswood cross country

WOLFEBORO — With all five scorers finishing in the top 10, the Kingswood cross country boys took home the win in their lone home meet of the year on Friday, Oct. 17. The Knight girls finished third overall behind Kennett and Plymouth. Coach Paul Harvey was quick to praise the grouping that led to the success of the team, behind junior Hunter Miller, who won the race. "The next four were right there together," Harvey said. "They do work hard for each other."...more>

Wakefield can now accept tax payments online

WAKEFIELD — At their Oct. 8 meeting Wakefield selectmen gave their approval to implement online payment of tax bills by credit card. Until recently state law prohibited using credit card to pay taxes, but now that such payments are allowed,...more>

How to vote by absentee ballot

REGION — Voting, that hard won right essential to the working of a democracy, is an opportunity too important to miss. Any citizen unable to vote on Election Day, Nov. 4, may participate by absentee ballot....more>

Tuftonboro residents presented with conceptual plan for new library

TUFTONBORO — Tuftonboro residents turned out in good numbers last Thursday evening, Oct. 9, at Tuftonboro Central School to see what SMP Architects has on the drawing board for a new library....more>
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