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New Durham Library receives NH Humanities grant

NEW DURHAM — "This grant will help mitigate the digital divide in our community," New Durham Public Library Director Cathy Allyn said. "It’s quite a boon."...More

Alton Parks and Recreation Connection

ALTON — This week’s trail spotlight is on the Gilman Pond Recreation Area....More

Grenier proclaims May 16 Kids to Parks Day

Tara Giles
BERLIN — Berlin's Mayor, Paul Grenier, proclaimed May 16 as Kids to Parks Day. ...More

Sylvia Evans and Young Leadership Awards announced

BERLIN — The Board of Directors of Coos County Family Health Services (CCFHS) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020 Sylvia Evans Citizenship and Outstanding Young Leaders Awards....More

Hassan holds virtual roundtable with North Country leaders

call imageAngel Larcom
REGION — On May 18, Sen. Maggie Hassan hosted a virtual roundtable with North Country and Mount Washington Valley leaders from multiple sectors....More

Berlin holds state championship parade

call imageTara Giles
BERLIN — It was a unique winter for Berlin athletes when three teams brought home state championship gold. ...More

EpiscoGolf 2020 tees up virtually for 25th year

WAKEFIELD — The Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist (StJB, Sanbornville), fondly called "the little white church on the hill," is well known for its warm hospitality and generous community ...More

GMCG to host “Wonders of Water” art exhibition

EFFINGHAM — GMCG is excited to announce the "Wonders of Water" Art Exhibition hosted virtually by GMCG with an opening showcase via Zoom on August 20, 2020. ...More

FD officer lucks onto scene of small house fire

OSSIPEE — On Wednesday, May 20 at 4:12 p.m., Center Ossipee Fire Department Lt. Martino was driving home from his day shift at the firehouse when he spotted a fire on the front porch of a residential ...More

Hassan holds virtual roundtable with North Country leaders

call imageAngel Larcom
REGION — On May 18, Sen. Maggie Hassan hosted a virtual roundtable with North Country and Mount Washington Valley leaders from multiple sectors. ...More

COVID-19 testing expanded

Tara Giles
REGION — All New Hampshire residents with suspected Covid-19 symptoms can now get tested. ...More

School board accepts staff resignations

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — Over the past few months, the SAU 36 school district has accepted several resignations. ...More

Unique commencement will let community honor GHS grads

Erin Plummer
Gilford High School is aiming to give a memorable ceremony to the Class of 2020, giving the whole community a chance to celebrate the class. ...More

Recycling center taking in a lot of material

Erin Plummer
The new recycling center has been a big success and really busy with the town looking at ways to maximize profits from the recyclables market....More

Local restaurants adjust to business in a new world

call imageErin Plummer
Gilford restaurants are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, many offering takeout while quite a few now have outdoor dining available. ...More

A birthday gift to remember

call imageElissa Paquette
TUFTONBORO — Alison Meserve exited her home down the wooden ramp, built by members of the First Christian Church of Wolfeboro, seated in her new $25,000 custom wheelchair for an interview. ...More

Hearing on new beach policies continued

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The virtual Wednesday evening meeting of the Board of Selectmen on May 20 was well attended and many people entered the discussion. Of central interest was adoption of amendments to ...More

Brewster Zooms annual Moving Up Day

WOLFEBORO — Brewster Academy’s Moving Up Day, affectionately known as "MUD," is a spring ritual that even a pandemic could not stop. ...More

Local businesses hope to bounce back post-lockdown

Donna Rhodes
BRISTOL — Businesses in downtown Bristol were pleased to hear Gov. Chris Sununu give them the green light to re-open their stores and salons two weeks ago, just in time to shake out the cobwebs ...More

Voting opens in NHEC board election

PLYMOUTH — Voting is underway in the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) annual election. ...More

Market Basket opens new store in Plymouth

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — After nearly three years of anticipation by residents of Plymouth and surrounding communities, the wait finally came to an end last Friday morning, when officials from Market Basket turned ...More

LRH partnering with ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care to expand COVID-19 testing

LITTLETON — Littleton Regional Healthcare (LRH) and ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care, a New Hampshire based urgent care company, have partnered to make COVID-19 Active Infection and Antibody Testing available ...More

Littleton hires new superintendent

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — After several months of review the Littleton School Board announced their choice for the district's new superintendent. ...More

Summer programs suspended at Boys and Girls Club

call imageAngel Larcom
LISBON — Last week, the Boys and Girls Club of the North Country announced their decision to suspend all summer camp programming at the Lisbon Clubhouse....More

Ben & Jerry's treats local healthcare workers

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — Residents and staff at two local health facilities enjoyed some free ice cream thanks to the Meredith Ben & Jerry's and the company's program to spread joy to frontline workers....More

Frog Rock to use part of Community Park for seating

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — A local bar and eatery will be able to offer outdoor dining after receiving selectmen approval to use part of Community Park....More

Interlakes Community Caregivers announces new Executive Director

MOULTONBOROUGH — Interlakes Community Caregivers, Inc. is pleased to announce that Rachel Howard Saliba of Moultonborough has been named executive director of the nonprofit devoted to assisting ...More

Plymouth holds virtual ceremony for Memorial Day

Donna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — There were no parades, no large crowds, no pipes and drums, but the Town of Plymouth was still able to hold a solemn Memorial Day ceremony on Monday that people can view on the local ...More

Thornton residents treated to “thank you” meal

Donna Rhodes
THORNTON — When the governor issued a Stay at Home order for New Hampshire residents as the COVID-19 virus moved into the state back in mid-March, residents of Thornton, like most communities, heeded ...More

Ashland School Board appoints Associate Principal

David Ruell
ASHLAND — At their May 19 meeting, the Ashland School Board voted to hire an Associate Principal for the next school year, to continue food distribution through the end of June, to increase school ...More

Winnisquam staff salute the Class of 2020

call imageDonna Rhodes
WINNISQUAM — On Wednesday, May 20, students of the Winnisquam Regional School District waited eagerly in their yards or at the end of their roads for a special parade of teachers and staff who were ...More

Honors continue for Winnisquam athletes

Donna Rhodes
REGION — Ashley Deshaies and Jack Beaulieu are two more of the seven athletes from Winnisquam Regional High School to receive the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athlete Award presented each year ...More

Sanbornton’s 250th anniversary celebration postponed

Donna Rhodes
SANBORNTON — The year 2020 is the 250th anniversary of the incorporation of the Town of Sanbornton, and while Coronavirus has put a damper on events that were being scheduled for this summer, the ...More
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