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Rotarians learn about AHC… everyone should!

ALTON — At Thursday’s Alton Centennial Rotary Club weekly meeting, guest speakers and grandparents of infant Olivia, Cathy and Larry Hallin, spoke about a rare and devastating disorder afflicting ...More

PMHS alum to speak at Oscar Foss Library

BARNSTEAD — Gordon Unzen, a Prospect Mountain High School alumnus, will be our first speaker for the Oscar Foss Memorial Library’s new program, Oscar Talks, which looks to disseminate information ...More

New Durham Library hosting children’s book giveaway

NEW DURHAM — "I can’t think of a better way to wind up a summer reading program than with a book give-away," New Durham Public Library Director Cathy Allyn said. "Once again, that’s ...More

City Council discusses EMS, Fire Department

Tara Giles
BERLIN — The Berlin City Council held their work session last week and kicked things off discussing a request from Monique Lavertu who wishes to use the pedestrian bridge on Bridge Street to host ...More

Community events at Great North Woods libraries

REGION — Most north country residents and visitors are drawn to the great north wood’s beautiful wilderness, waterways, and mountains. Spending time outdoors responsibly is essential. Contact ...More

Northwoods Casino holds Texas Hold ‘Em tournament

BERLIN — On Saturday, July 17, Northwoods Casino held its monthly leaders’ tournament. Fifteen people competed for a chance to earn a seat at the Annual Championship Game to be held in January ...More

Carroll County Conservation Legacy Award winner announced

call imageEFFINGHAM — In honor of the 75th anniversary of New Hampshire’s conservation districts, Carroll County Conservation District is presenting a Conservation Legacy Award to an individual who ...More

Wakefield Lions award scholarships

call imageWAKEFIELD — The Greater Wakefield Lions congratulate this year’s two recipients of $750 Academic Awards. These scholarships were presented to Lily Stinchfield and Ciera Dee on July 15....More

Ham Charitable Foundation supports Tin Mountain’s Capital Campaign

call imageALBANY — A $100,000 grant from the Kendal C. and Anna Ham Charitable Foundation helped Tin Mountain take a giant leap towards their capital campaign goal of raising $1.3 million through its Planting ...More

WMRHS class of ‘71 celebrates 50th reunion

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — Led Zeppelin’s "Stairway to Heaven" is played live for the first time in Belfast at Ulster Hall. ...More

Whitefield department heads update at recent meeting

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — At a recent Select Board meeting in Whitefield, department heads issued the public various updates on happenings about town. ...More

Local author honored with Firebird Book Awards

GROVETON — Speak Up Talk Radio announced the winners of 2021’s second quarter Firebird Book Awards contest. ...More

Future public works building to remain at current location

Erin Plummer
Any potential projects related to the Public Works building will take place at the current property as the building committee decided to not look at other properties at the time being. ...More

School District to hold public hearing on COVID relief funds

Erin Plummer
The Gilford School Board will hold a public hearing on Aug. 2 to discuss the district’s receipt of a third round of federal funds to offset expenses from the pandemic....More

Town examining options to replace lighting

Erin Plummer
The town is looking into options to replace the lighting in town hall with LED lighting, including talking to Eversource about possible programs....More

Wolfeboro police report uptick in gun violence

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — June police activity included 59 incidents, 71 offenses, 40 arrests, 11 accidents and 322 traffic stops (9 tickets issued), according to Chief Dean Rondeau, reporting to the Wolfeboro ...More

Destination electric vehicle chargers coming soon

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — It won't be long before Wolfeboro will begin to appear on electric car owners' iPhones as a destination they can count on for recharging their batteries. ...More

Cooperative Extension Service advises homeowners on Emerald Ash Borer threat

call imageElissa Paquette
REGION — The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), first spotted in New Hampshire in 2013, has been devastating acres of New Hampshire ash trees. ...More
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Old Home Day celebrates the history of Hill

call imageDonna Rhodes
HILL — There will be fun for all in the Town of Hill this weekend, when their Old Home Day celebration kicks off bright and early on Saturday morning and continues until the last of the fireworks ...More

Climbing walls, dragons, and a little Rock ‘N Roll — it’s all happening in Bristol!

BRISTOL — The Bristol Community Events Committee has some great entertainment scheduled for the rest of the summer — you really should check out what’s happening in Kelley Park!...More

Hebron Fair returns July 31

HEBRON — On Saturday, July 31, the Hebron Fair will return to the picturesque Hebron Common on the north end of Newfound Lake. ...More

North Haverhill Fair returns for 77th season

call imageAngel Larcom
HAVERHILL — North Haverhill Fair organizers are thrilled to be back on track after COVID prevented the time-honored event from occurring last summer...More

River District Commission moves ahead with development projects

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — After a brief delay, the Littleton River District Commission is once again moving ahead with four significant fully funded projects, including the much-anticipated Riverfront Commons ...More

Boston Fire Department loans engine to Littleton

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — Littleton residents shouldn't worry if they see a Boston fire engine out on the streets, as it's become the newest addition to the Littleton Fire Department fleet....More

Rafting for Wishes raises more than $285,000

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — The rafts were back on Meredith Bay and teams from across the state returned for 24 hours on the lake or 10 hours in a virtual space for the 11th annual Rafting for Wishes, raising more ...More

Mason and WWII vet receives prestigious honor

call imageErin Plummer
HOLDERNESS — A World War II veteran and 66-year Freemason from Moultonborough was presented with a high honor from the Grand Masonic Lodge of New Hampshire....More

Expanded Loon Center now open

call imageErin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH — The Loon Center started its new season with a big expansion and a new building for equipment and housing field staff thanks to $2.1 million in donations....More

Ashland School Board reviews fall opening plans

David Ruell
ASHLAND — At a short special July 20 meeting, the Ashland School Board approved the hiring of two new teachers, a Fun Run Club for intermediate students, and the donation of retired monitors. ...More

Circle Program announces leadership transition

PLYMOUTH — The last year and a half presented new challenges for everyone, and the nonprofit sector was no exception. ...More

PSU awarded federal grant to expand youth mental health services

PLYMOUTH — In 2020, the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) projected more than 103 million American adults and nearly 14 million children would experience a negative mental/behavioral ...More

Veterans Home residents elect Resident Council Officers

call imageTILTON — Veterans residing at the New Hampshire Veterans Home (NHVH) recently elected Resident Council Officers for the two-year period of July 2021 to June 2023. ...More

Lakes Region Conservation Trust completes Mill City Park conservation project

FRANKLIN — This spring the Lakes Region Conservation Trust (LRCT) completed a conservation easement and management plan to protect 17 acres of land along the Winnipesaukee River in Franklin adjacent ...More

Mojalaki Country Club reopens as event venue

FRANKLIN — Mojalaki Country Club opened its doors in 1920 as one of NH’s most challenging golf courses....More
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