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Parents speak out in support of masking policy

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The September Governor Wentworth Regional School District board meeting was dominated with a challenge to the district's indoor mask mandate policy. ...More

ABA to host Harvest Happening event Saturday

ALTON — The Alton Business Association is hosting our 3rd Annual Harvest Happenings Event at B&M Railroad Park on Oct. 16 from 4-7 p.m.! ...More

Knights knock off Eagles for first time in 10 years

call imageJoshua Spaulding
WOLFEBORO — Over the last 10 years, the Kennett soccer girls have had Kingswood’s number....More

Berlin boys shut out Lakers in Meredith

call imageJoshua Spaulding
MEREDITH — The long trip from Berlin south to Meredith didn’t seem to phase the Mountaineer soccer boys last Wednesday afternoon, as the visitors scored in the first seven minutes of each ...More

COVID cases surge, officials urge community first approach

Tara Giles
REGION — COVID cases in Coös County have spiked over the past few weeks, with the start of school, like local health officials predicted....More

Riverfire 5K event pivoting to virtual format due to COVID surge

BERLIN — For the past eight years, Coös County Family Health Services (CCFHS) has hosted the RiverFire 5K Run/Walk event, held in conjunction with, yet separate from, Berlin’s annual RiverFire ...More

Knight girls battle to hard-fought win over Kennett

call imageJoshua Spaulding
WOLFEBORO — Over the last 10 years, the Kennett soccer girls have had Kingswood’s number....More

School officials detail ESSER grant expenditures

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — State Rep. Glenn Cordelli of Tuftonboro introduced himself during public input at the start of the Governor Wentworth Regional School Board meeting held at the Kingswood Arts Center ...More

Huggins offers free flu shots in hospital’s Vaccine Clinic

WOLFEBORO — Huggins Hospital will hold free flu shot clinics in the hospital from Oct. 13 to Nov. 5 on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays....More

COVID cases surge, officials urge community first approach

Tara Giles
REGION — COVID cases in Coös County have spiked over the past few weeks, with the start of school, like local health officials predicted. ...More

Google Maps causes unrest on Colby Road

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — Residents on Colby Road in Whitefield have been inundated as of late with a major increase in traffic to include reckless drivers due to Google Maps. ...More

Whitefield floats fireworks ordinance

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — Select Board members in Whitefield along with the police department have received enough complaints regarding fireworks that an ordinance has been proposed. ...More

McDonald’s brings police and public together

call imageErin Plummer
LACONIA - Visitors to local McDonald’s restaurants could have the chance to meet with local police officers during a recent fundraising event....More

Registration open for GYC Turkey Trot

Erin Plummer
This Thanksgiving runners and walkers will have the chance to lace up their sneakers and get some exercise before a big dinner during the annual Gilford Youth Center Turkey Trot....More

PTA Hike-a-thon ends this Sunday

Erin Plummer
There are a few days left to do some local hiking to benefit Gilford schools as the Gilford PTA’s Hike-a-thon event ends on Oct. 17. ...More

Proposed town budget now online

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Town Manager Jim Pineo announced the completion of his proposed budget for 2022 at the Oct. 6 Board of Selectmen meeting....More

School officials detail ESSER grant expenditures

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — State Rep. Glenn Cordelli of Tuftonboro introduced himself during public input at the start of the Governor Wentworth Regional School Board meeting held at the Kingswood Arts Center ...More

Halloween event encounters opposition

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The Wolfeboro Historical Society came before the Board of Selectmen on Oct. 6 to request approval of a Halloween event to be scheduled between the hours of 4 — 8 p.m. on Oct. ...More
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Bear boys win John Sanborn Invitational

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — The Newfound cross country team made the trip to Plymouth for Friday’s John Sanborn Invitational and the Bear boys came home with the victory....More

Fundraiser planned to benefit local animal lover’s family

Donna Rhodes
ALEXANDRIA — Residents of the Town of Alexandria are asking the Newfound community to help in supporting the family of 63-year-old Sandra (Sandy) Blais through a special fundraising event that is ...More

Volleyball Bears sweep the week, remain undefeated

Joshua Spaulding
BRISTOL — The Newfound volleyball team continues its championship defense in style, remaining unbeaten heading into the penultimate week of the regular season....More

Abenaki tribe members speak at Indigenous People's Day event

Angel Larcom
BETHLEHEM — To celebrate Indigenous People's Day, the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust partnered with Bethlehem's Colonial Theater and the Nulhegan Band of the Abenaki Nation for a one-night screening ...More

Littleton officials present budget overview

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — Municipal budget season has officially begun. During the Littleton Budget Committee's first meeting last Thursday, town officials reported favorable numbers overall, despite a steep ...More

Littleton Rotary Club announces grant recipients

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LITTLETON — The Littleton Rotary Club recently announced $4,750 in grant funding for seven different New Hampshire-based organizations. ...More

Sandwich Fair returns with big crowds

call imageErin Plummer
SANDWICH — The rides, food, exhibits, crafts, animals, and over 36,000 visitors were back for the 2021 Sandwich Fair....More

Lakers start strong, battle by Belmont

call imageJoshua Spaulding
MEREDITH — Early in the season, the Belmont volleyball team hosted Inter-Lakes and came away with a win....More

Nominations sought for Community Awards

MEREDITH — Nominations are now being accepted for the Meredith Area Chamber of Commerce Community Recognition Awards. ...More

Cross tosses four touchdown passes as Bobcats cruise

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth football team had to battle through a few injuries on Saturday, but the Bobcats still came away with a 35-7 win over Merrimack Valley to continue a solid season on the gridiron....More

Ashland School Board looks ahead to next year’s budget

David Ruell
ASHLAND — At their Oct. 5 meeting, the Ashland School Board learned of school activities, reviewed policies, and planned for the development of next year's budget....More

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative sets winter rates

PLYMOUTH — New Hampshire Electric Cooperative’s (NHEC) Board of Directors has approved changes to the Co-op Power rate and Regional Access Charge, which will result in an overall bill increase ...More

Freshman delivers Bears their first win

call imageJoshua Spaulding
TILTON — The Winnisquam boys’ soccer team has played well against some pretty good teams as the season has rolled along....More

New business helps clients enjoy the outdoors at their own pace

call imageDonna Rhodes
SANBORNTON — A new business has arrived to help people take in the beauty of the Lakes Region while enjoying fresh air and getting exercise at a level they are physically most comfortable with at ...More

Raider net girls fall in rematch with Lakers

call imageJoshua Spaulding
MEREDITH — Early in the season, the Belmont volleyball team hosted Inter-Lakes and came away with a win....More
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