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Retiring Town Clerk reflects on career

call imageCathy Allyn
NEW DURHAM — "I feel great," Stephanie MacKenzie said on her first day of official retirement from Town Hall. "I want to do different things now and spend more time with my grandchildren."...More

New Durham lights up for the holidays

Cathy Allyn
NEW DURHAM — Residents will have an eyeful of holiday spirit this year as parts of town are lighted up like never before. ...More

LRTC students manufacture pizza oven

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The pressures of COVID-19 have changed the educational landscape these days. Students in the Governor Wentworth Regional School District are participating in what is called the hybrid ...More

Housing Authority wraps up energy efficiency project at St. Regis House

call imageBERLIN — As part of its commitment to affordable housing options for the community, the Berlin Housing Authority (BHA) recently partnered with Eversource and the Tri-County Community Action Program ...More

City Council awards bid for Princess Theatre demolition

Tara Giles
BERLIN — On Nov. 23, the Berlin City Council met for a work session where Tara McKillop from AV Home Care gave a presentation. ...More

Group to develop land adjacent to Jericho Mountain State Park

BERLIN — With its recent acquisition of 1,300 acres of land adjacent to Jericho Mountain State Park, an off-road promotional group is making plans to develop the property into an off-road recreation ...More

Chaffee returns home to run Ossipee Rec

call imageJoshua Spaulding
OSSIPEE — When longtime Ossipee Recreation Director Peter Waugh stepped down from his job just about five years ago, Justin Chaffee had just started his time as the Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation ...More

White Mountain innkeepers awarded Innkeeper of the Year

call imageJACKSON — Sandra and Gary Plourde from Jackson have been awarded Innkeeper of the Year by the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association (NHLRA)....More

GMCG welcomes new AmeriCorps members

call imageEFFINGHAM — Green Mountain Conservation Group is excited to welcome EB (Emma Brandt) and Trent Millum as their newest Americorps members for 2020-2021. ...More

Lancaster native featured on “Wizard of Paws”

call imageTara Giles
BEECHER FALLS, Vt. — Twenty-four-year-old Kaitlin Wood, formerly of Lancaster, now living in Beecher Falls, VT, was recently featured along with her dog, Pemberly on a unique TV show. ...More

Jefferson sets tax rate

Tara Giles
JEFFERSON — During a remote Nov. 20 meeting in Jefferson, the Select Board was presented with two options regarding the tax rate. ...More

Dalton to hold public hearing to consider proposed zoning ordinance

DALTON — Over the past year, the Planning Board of Dalton, NH has been working on a zoning ordinance during Planning Board meetings....More

Gilford schools on remote learning until Dec. 4

Erin Plummer
After a vote by the Gilford School Board, Gilford schools will continue remote learning through Dec. 4 and return on Dec. 7 due to a number of students and staff having coronavirus and a large amount ...More

Holiday events take some different forms this year

Erin Plummer
Holiday cheer and winter fun are still scheduled with some new and altered events to accommodate social distancing, though some annual events in town will not be happening in 2020. ...More

Eastern Propane & Oil, Patrick’s team up to support “The Challenge”

The Children’s Auction, dedicated to assisting children and families throughout the greater Lakes Region, will need the communities support more than ever this year. ...More

Cable Franchise Team sends out Atlantic Broadband user survey

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Beginning Friday, Dec. 4, Wolfeboro residents will find a brief survey along with their electric bills asking for their views on Atlantic Broadband's (ABB) service and support here in ...More

Chaffee excited for opportunity in Ossipee

call imageJoshua Spaulding
OSSIPEE — When longtime Ossipee Recreation Director Peter Waugh stepped down from his job just about five years ago, Justin Chaffee had just started his time as the Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation ...More

Warmth and More Fund seeking donations for residents in need

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Maxfield Real Estate is among the initial donors to the Warmth and More Fund, managed by Wolfeboro's Welfare Director Amy Muccio. ...More

Newfound hands out fall sports awards

Joshua Spaulding
BRISTOL — Newfound Regional High School officially put a bow on the fall sports season the week before Thanksgiving, handing out awards for the cross country, soccer, football, field hockey and ...More

Edwards here to help with your real estate needs

Joshua Spaulding
REGION — While relatively new to the real estate business, Tom Edwards might be a familiar face around the Newfound Lake area and he’s looking to help anyone who might be interested in buying ...More

Slim Baker presents winter events!

call imageBRISTOL — The Slim Baker Foundation for Outdoor Education is pleased to present some exciting upcoming activities at the Slim Baker Nature Area on New Chester Mountain Road. ...More

Littleton Chamber hosts virtual economic summit

call imageAngel Larcom
LITTLETON — In stark contrast to previous economic summits, this year's Littleton Regional Chamber gathering was a virtual affair. ...More

ASPNC expands winter programming

call imageAngel Larcom
FRANCONIA — The Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country plan to expand its existing snowshoe and winter hiking program this winter thanks to a $50,000 grant from the Tillotson Fund and NH ...More

Bethlehem Country Club sale finalized

Angel Larcom
BETHLEHEM — After several months of negotiations the historic Bethlehem Country Club has at last sold. ...More

Interlakes schools on remote learning through Dec. 4

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — Inter-Lakes Schools will be on remote learning through Dec. 4 to give the schools extra time for testing and quarantining after Thanksgiving....More

Local communities usher in the holidays

Erin Plummer
REGION — Holiday events are still scheduled around the area, with some new activities and some old favorites taking a different form. ...More

Hermit Woods Winery & Deli hires new chef

call imageMEREDITH — Hermit Woods Deli, on Main Street in Meredith, has hired Chef Manager, Debra Urquhart. ...More

Wentworth Congregational Church celebrates grant from LCHIP

WENTWORTH — The Board of Directors of the Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) has announced $4.1 million dollars in matching grants awarded to thirty-two projects across the state, ...More

Flying Monkey to host Buster Keaton double feature

PLYMOUTH — He never smiled on camera, earning him the nickname of "the Great Stone Face." ...More

PSU pair aim to transform practice of law with groundbreaking data analytics

PLYMOUTH — A pair of Plymouth State University professors are revolutionizing the practice of law by introducing the use of data analytics....More

Turkey dinners handed out to local families

call imageErin Plummer
NORTHFIELD — Thanks to a collaborative effort between the school district and a local organization, more than 100 families in the Winnisquam Regional School District got a free Thanksgiving dinner ...More

Water powering Franklin revitalization

call imageJoshua Spaulding
FRANKLIN — Remember when a group of people in Boston were making a bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics?...More

Sanbornton officials implement new COVID safety measures

SANBORNTON — In light of the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in the area, the Sanbornton Board of Selectmen and the Town Clerk/Tax Collector have announced that the following changes are being implemented, ...More
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