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New Durham Democrats support food pantry

call imageCathy Allyn
NEW DURHAM — "It’s important to support everyone in our community," Polly Wessel said, "especially during the pandemic."...More

Early closures to be reflected in school tax assessments

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The Governor Wentworth Regional School District has offered assurance in response to a request from the Effingham Board of Selectmen (EBOS) for a reduction in the school tax rate ...More

Rotary speaker explores why we keep returning to Alton

ALTON — The simple definition of a magnet is: an object with extraordinary power or ability to attract. ...More

City Council discusses proposed campground

Tara Giles
BERLIN — At the last Berlin City Council work session, Roland Berthiaume presented plans for a 200-site campground that would be located along three commercial lots, as well as residential lots. ...More

Milan church welcomes new pastor

MILAN — There is a new pastor in Milan. ...More

Berlin Library reimagines summer reading program

BERLIN — Readers of all ages will explore a whole new story as the Berlin Public Library presents "Imagine Your Story" as we reimagine our summer reading program. ...More

Silver Lake resident wins award for lake stewardship

call imageSILVER LAKE — Ted Kramer, resident and long-time steward of Silver Lake in Madison, New Hampshire, was recently awarded the 2020 John F. Morten Award for Exemplary Lake Stewardship. ...More

School board to consider reopening options

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The reopening of school is a subject fraught with tension. There is no one option that will please everyone, but a decision has to be made to put the wheels ...More

State trooper resigns to avoid charges

CONCORD — Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announces that an investigation has been completed into allegations made against James Callahan, a former New Hampshire State Police Trooper. ...More

Forest Lake advisory cites discovery of cyanobacteria

Tara Giles
DALTON — Just a few weeks after Forest Lake in Dalton was dubbed one of the cleanest lakes in the state, a small amount of cyanobacteria was discovered in a shallow section of the lake, causing ...More

Officials offer advice on voting by absentee ballot

Tara Giles
STRATFORD — We recently caught up with Stratford’s Town Moderator, Jamie Sayen, who shed some light on what voting absentee this fall will look like, and why in his opinion this is a safe ...More

Fentanyl still leading cause of NH overdose deaths

Tara Giles
REGION — Recent drug data was released from the state showing that fentanyl is still the biggest culprit in overdose deaths. ...More

Pub Mania takes new form

Erin Plummer
REGION — Having a 24-hour event in a packed bar can’t happen under the current circumstances, but the organizers of Pub Mania are putting together a new event that goes beyond the walls of ...More

Hikes, bath bombs, psychic among library offerings next week

Erin Plummer
Take a hike, make a unicorn crown or bath bombs, and talk with a psychic medium all through the Gilford Public Library....More

Children’s Auction facing crucial year for need

Erin Plummer
REGION — Preparations are underway for the annual Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction with organizers discussing how to make the event safe given the pandemic....More

Authorities investigate suspicious death

WOLFEBORO — Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Nathan A. Noyes, and Wolfeboro Police Chief Dean Rondeau announce that officials are investigating the suspicious ...More

Community responds in time of tragedy

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The Allwine family lives with the tragic events of this past July 4 never far from mind. ...More

School board to consider reopening options

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The reopening of school is a subject fraught with tension. There is no one option that will please everyone, but a decision has to be made to put the wheels in motion for fall planning. ...More
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Come for the berries, stay for the scenery at Kemah Farm

call imageDonna Rhodes
ALEXANDRIA — Views of Mt. Cardigan, Firescrew Mountain and other landmarks are a peaceful backdrop to berry picking at Kemah Farm in Alexandria, where the public is welcomed to not only gather fruit ...More

Bristol Market at Millstream Park is Open for Business

Ruth Whittier
BRISTOL — Pull off route 3-A on your way to or from the lake on Saturdays between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. between now and October and browse the new open Bristol Market located at Millstream Park. There ...More

Bridgewater readies for an Old Home Day like no other

BRIDGEWATER — This year brings an Old Home Day like no other to the Bridgewater Town House, located on Bridgewater Hill Road, Saturday, Aug. 15....More

Pandemic brings changes to Littleton Chamber

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — Earlier this month the Littleton Regional Chamber of Commerce announced the suspension of the Executive Director position. ...More

Littleton Police Chief returns from administrative leave

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — Littleton Police Chief Paul Smith returned to active duty last Monday after a three-month administrative leave. No details were given about the situation that led to his absence....More

Maura Murray's family seeks permanent historical marker

Angel Larcom
HAVERHILL — A blue ribbon marking the last spot where Maura Murray was seen alive is in peril, and her family has mobilized to establish a permanent marker in her honor. ...More

July tax collection promising, but officials advise caution

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — The town got some good news on tax collections, though town officials are saying it’s too early to say how tax collection will go for the rest of the year....More

Artisans gallery spotlights local works of ‘heart’

Leigh Sharps
CENTER HARBOR — Now that our world is opening up a bit more since our ’stay-at-home’ mode, we have all been in since early March, it’s time to get out and enjoy everything this ...More

Children’s Auction facing crucial year for need

Erin Plummer
REGION — Preparations are underway for the annual Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction with organizers discussing how to make the event safe given the pandemic....More

PACC’s Margaret Bickford looks to the future

call imageMarcia Morris
PLYMOUTH—When someone in New Hampshire says that they are retiring, it often means that everyone else should stand back and brace themselves for a whirlwind of activity. ...More

Wentworth market offers area farmers a place to ply their wares

call imageDonna Rhodes
WENTWORTH — This summer, the COVID-19 pandemic is taking a toll on farmers and small businesses that rely each year on markets, Old Home Day celebrations and other venues where they sell their produce ...More

Ashland Town-Wide Yard Sale cancelled

ASHLAND — The Community Council of Ashland has decided to cancel the 2020 Ashland Town Wide Yard Sale because of the Covid-19 pandemic. ...More

Belmont’s Gale School makes its historic move

call imageDonna Rhodes
BELMONT — From tiny tots to seniors, citizens of Belmont gathered last Wednesday, July 23, to watch as the historic Gale School was moved from its location behind the (now) middle school to its ...More

Sanbornton native finds Hollywood a perfect fit

call imageLeigh Sharps
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — You’ve probably seen her on the most recent Nutrisystem commercial in TV land, and may not know she’s a local, but her family and friends sure recognize her! ...More

Fire tears through local eatery

Donna Rhodes
NORTHFIELD — At 12:44 a.m., on Sunday, July 26, Tilton-Northfield Fire & EMS was dispatched to 133 Park St. in Northfield for the report of a building fire at Ciao Pasta restaurant....More
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