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Doubles wins lift Prospect over Inter-Lakes

call imageJoshua Spaulding
MEREDITH — The Prospect Mountain boys’ tennis team got back to action on Tuesday, May 4, traveling to Meredith to take on Inter-Lakes....More

Boodey Farmstead Committee compiling new cookbook

NEW DURHAM — The Zechariah Boodey Farmstead Committee is compiling a cookbook of favorite recipes to celebrate the wonderful cooks and traditions in New Durham. ...More

Tri-Town Democrats clean up local roadways

call imageALTON — In honor of Earth Day, a group of volunteers from the Tri-Town Democrats of Barnstead, Gilmanton, and Alton recently spent hours picking up trash along Alton and Gilmanton roads....More

City Council approves grant for night vision equipment

Tara Giles
BERLIN — At last Monday's Berlin City Council meeting, a total cash disbursement of $1,338,799.69 was approved. ...More

Mountaineers start week strong, falter at end

Dan Mackin
BERLIN — The Berlin Mountaineer varsity baseball team began a busy three-game week last Monday with a walkoff victory over the Woodsville Engineers at home by a score of 4-3. ...More

Local libraries partner for first Community Read

BERLIN — Welcome to the first Great North Woods Libraries Community Read! Berlin, Gorham, and Randolph Public Libraries, with White Mountains Community College Fortier Library, are excited to partner ...More

UScellular provides sponsorship to K. A. Brett School's sports programs

call imageTAMWORTH — K.A. Brett School's NH Sports Programs in Tamworth has received a $291.75 sponsorship from UScellular's Community Connections program to pay for additional sports equipment needed to ...More

Softball Knights rally to knock off Kennett

call imageJoshua Spaulding
WOLFEBORO — Anyone expecting Saturday’s game between the Kennett and Kingswood softball teams to be the same as the previous Monday’s game, certainly didn’t get what they expected....More

Eagle boys and girls second in home meet

Joshua Spaulding
NORTH CONWAY — The Kennett track team welcomed Plymouth and Kingswood to Gary Millen Stadium on Tuesday, May 4 and the Eagle boys and girls both came home second on the day, with Plymouth winning ...More

'Give what you can, take what you need' at Little Food Pantry

call imageTara Giles
WHITEFIELD — The Little Food Pantry is now up and running in Whitefield. For those interested in donating, or using it, the Pantry is located right next to the Town Library. ...More

Twin Mountain holds public hearing on fire station deed covenants

Tara Giles
TWIN MOUNTAIN — On May 4, the town of Carroll held a Public Hearing in regard to deed covenants for the fire station property....More

NH-VT Covered Bridge Half Marathon set for June 19

COLEBROOK — The Kiwanis Club of Colebrook is pleased to announce that the seventh annual NH-VT Covered Bridge Half Marathon will take place on Saturday, June 19. ...More

Gilford track competes at meet in Belmont

call imageJoshua Spaulding
BELMONT — For the second week in a row, the Gilford track team traveled to Belmont for a meet, this time also featuring Bishop Brady....More

NEASC commends Gilford High School for work in several areas

The Commission on Public Schools, at its March 8 meeting, reviewed the Decennial Accreditation Report from the recent visit to Gilford High School and voted to award the school continued Accreditation ...More

School Board approves grant disbursement for coming events

Erin Plummer
The Gilford School Board approved spending federal grant funds for a number of coming programs and activities, including end of the year events for the high school and summer enrichment activities....More

Wolfeboro Friends of Music to investigate Great Hall as concert venue

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The pandemic has been a challenge to the Wolfeboro Friends of Music (WFOM) concert schedule, but the organization has nimbly managed to offer virtual programs this past year with free ...More

Legion receives July 4 parade permit with contingencies

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The Board of Selectmen gave a go on the American Legion's July 4 parade permit during its May 5 meeting, following a presentation by the Legion's Paul Vivian. ...More

Sprince pitches Kingswood past Kennett

call imageJoshua Spaulding
WOLFEBORO — Good pitching can take you places....More

Bears use big inning to knock off Panthers

call imageJoshua Spaulding
MOULTONBOROUGH — The Newfound softball team had one big inning on Monday, May 3, and the Moultonborough Panthers were not able to recover, leading to a 13-0 Bear win....More

TTCC celebrates more than 75 years – Part 2

Cassie Zick
BRISTOL — Last month, we talked about the origins of the Tapply Thomspon Community Center. Starting in the mid 1920s, a man named Rev. A. Brownlow Thompson had envisioned a form of Bristol where ...More

Plymouth State University sends off Class of 2021

PLYMOUTH — For the first time since 1968, Plymouth State University (PSU) celebrated its undergraduate commencement ceremony on the lawn in front of iconic Mary Lyon Hall. ...More

Federal grant funding secured for Bethlehem solar array

Angel Larcom
BETHLEHEM — The Bethlehem Energy Commission is preparing to seek voter approval in July after successfully securing a $165,000 USDA Rural Development Grant for a municipal solar array....More

DCI contests OSHA violations

Angel Larcom
LISBON — Two years ago, the US Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued thirty-seven health and safety violations against DCI, Inc. in Lisbon with fines ...More

Local sculpture trail grows larger each season

call imageAngel Larcom
FRANCONIA — Franconia resident Bob Montagno founded the Franconia Artwalk Association two years ago to beautify and attract increased tourism to the quiet town. ...More

Huggins purchase of Taylor property to be decided at town meeting

Erin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH — Voters at this Saturday’s town meeting will decide on an agreement between the town and Huggins Hospital that would demolish the Taylor House and use the property for a new ...More

Meredith officials looking at options for pedestrian safety

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — Lighted pedestrian signs and expanded speed patrols around problem areas are a few of the ways the town is addressing speeding and traffic safety issues on Main Street....More

Nichols Library now open for visitors

Erin Plummer
CENTER HARBOR — After being closed to visitors for over a year the Nichols Memorial Library building is now open and welcoming guests three days a week....More

Plymouth State University sends off Class of 2021

call imagePLYMOUTH — For the first time since 1968, Plymouth State University (PSU) celebrated its undergraduate commencement ceremony on the lawn in front of iconic Mary Lyon Hall. ...More

Ashland School Board accepts grant money for COVID expenses

David Ruell
ASHLAND — At their May 4 meeting, the Ashland School Board accepted grant money for Coronavirus expenses, discussed future school improvements to be funded by such grants, and approved a Student ...More

Speare Memorial Hospital recognizes nursing staff during National Nurses Week

PLYMOUTH — May 6 through 12 is National Nurses Week, and nowhere is that respected more in Grafton County than at Speare Memorial Hospital....More

Belmont track hosts Gilford and Bishop Brady

call imageJoshua Spaulding
BELMONT — For the second week in a row, the Belmont track team hosted a Saturday meet that lasted less than two hours, as the Raiders hosted Gilford and Bishop Brady....More

Future Artists exhibition on display at Repete’s Comics & Collectibles

BELMONT—Ten of the Lakes Region’s rising young artists have been selected to exhibit their artwork at RePete’s Comics & Collectibles in Belmont. ...More

Public Workshop planned on Winnisquam Watershed Plan

REGION — Join the Winnisquam Watershed Network (WWN) for a virtual public workshop on Tuesday, May 18 from 4:30-6 p.m. to discuss the development of the Winnisquam Watershed Based Management Plan ...More
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