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Timber Wolves rally to top ‘Toppers

call imageJoshua Spaulding
ALTON — Trailing for most of their game against Somersworth on May 11, the Prospect Mountain baseball boys rallied in the sixth inning to come away with a 4-3 win. The win was Prospect’s second ...More

Timber Wolves brave the rain at home

call imageJoshua Spaulding
ALTON — The rain never really went away, but the Prospect Mountain track team went on with its scheduled home meet on Saturday, May 6, nonetheless. However, due to the field conditions, the majority ...More

Pitching, defense lead Timber Wolves to win

call imageJoshua Spaulding
LITCHFIELD — In what turned out to be a light vacation week schedule, the Prospect Mountain softball team earned a win on Monday, April 24. The Timber Wolves were set to play Winnisquam during vacation ...More

Quebec manufacturing company hiring for new Berlin plant

call imageJody Houle
BERLIN — A Quebec-based manufacturing company, Deflex Composite, has leased the former Car Freshener building and is set to begin operations on July 4. ...More

Preliminary budget proposal would add 78 cents to tax rate

Jody Houle
BERLIN — At a City Council work session last Monday, May 8, the City Manager broke down the fiscal 2018 budget that will be presented to the public on May 24 at City Hall. ...More

Berlin tennis girls net four more wins

call imageJody Houle
BERLIN — The Berlin girls’ tennis team is in first place in Division III, undefeated with 11 wins. Last week, the girls won four more games. In a doubleheader against Moultonborough on Monday, ...More

Ossipee needle collection problem will not happen again

OSSIPEE — A misunderstanding, miscommunication, and a lack of a clear process all seemed to have been ironed out this week in Ossipee. At issue, as reported last week, was an Ossipee resident by ...More

Ossipee selectmen request information from Freedom on lawsui

Mellisa Seamans
OSSIPEE — If the Town of Ossipee is being sued by another town, Ossipee taxpayers have a right to know who’s footing the bill. The Town of Freedom, funded by an established non-profit organization, ...More

Special audit of county finds no one stole any money

Mellisa Seamans
SSIPEE — Back in August 2015 Carroll County Delegation passed a 19-point resolution of "no confidence" against the Carroll County Commissioners. The 12-2 vote accused Commissioners David Sorensen ...More

TV show puts local Fish & Game officers in the spotlight

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — They say everyone gets their 15 minutes of fame at some point in their lives, but for members of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, that 15 minutes has turned into quite a bit ...More

Students urge Yale to drop Eversource lease for land along Northern Pass route

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — Students from Yale University recently toured the North Country, including Lancaster, to gather first hand information regarding the Northern Pass Project. ...More

Spartans continue winning streak, best Mohawks 5-0

call imageTara Giles
WHITEFIELD — The White Mountains Regional High School baseball team entered the week in a groove with a four-game winning streak. The shift began on May 4, when the team bested Winnisquam 7-2. Two ...More

GMS theater goes “Into the Woods”

call imageErin Plummer
Gilford Middle School students will bring an interconnected series of fairy tales together in the coming production of "Into the Woods, Jr."...More

Gilford Physical Therapy and Spine Center takes an independent approach to pain relief

call imageErin Plummer
For more than a decade, Gilford Physical Therapy and Spine Center has been helping people of all ages overcome pain and do the activities they enjoy....More

Big week for GHS tennis

call imageBob Martin
GILFORD — The Golden Eagles girls’ tennis team didn’t win a single game last season, but going into this spring Coach Hermann Defregger had high hopes for the girls. Last week they went ...More

Wakefield Bonnyman Road project to be completed this fall

Thomas Beeler
WAKEFIELD — At it May 10 meeting the Board of Selectmen met with Linda Schier, executive director, and Amy Arsenault, program manager, of the Acton Wakefield Watersheds Alliance (AWWA) to discuss ...More

Sodom Road and Tuftonboro Neck bridge repairs needed

Elissa Paquette
TUFTONBORO — The Sodom Road Bridge over the Melvin River and the Tuftonboro Neck Bridge are in need of repair. The Sodom Road Bridge, last modified in 1970, is listed on the state's 2016 Municipal ...More

Tuftonboro Road Agent told to move boulders on Brown Road

Elissa Paquette
TUFTONBORO — During their May 8 meeting, the Board of Selectmen asked Road Agent Jim Bean to move the controversial line of rocks in the right of way on Brown Road parallel to the Steinman family's ...More

Spring concert at Danbury Elementary ends with heartfelt farewell to departing principal

call imageDonna Rhodes
DANBURY — Danbury Elementary School opened their doors and welcomed families to a special event on Monday, when Author Night provided a look at all of the wonderful writing accomplishments of the ...More

Newfound students wow with senior projects

call imageDonna Rhodes
BRISTOL — Seniors at Newfound Regional High School are required each year to give a presentation on an area of interest to them and seven of those students this year opted to offer their projects ...More

Fine day for Ntourntourekas, Bears

call imageJoshua Spaulding
BRISTOL — The Newfound track team hosted its lone home meet of the year, welcoming 10 other teams to the Mills Oval on Saturday for the annual Bristol Lions Invitational. The shining star for the ...More

Lincoln residents excited about riverfront park

Justin Roshak
LINCOLN—A full crowd gathered last week to hear the first conceptual vision for the town's long-planned and highly-anticipated riverfront park. ...More

New Lisbon Select Board works to re-build confidence in town's leadership

Justin Roshak
LISBON—The select board met Tuesday, and provided a lively illustration of the governing challenges facing this riverside town of 1,595. ...More

Fillion powers Littleton past Woodsville in 8-2 win

call imageCorey McKean
LITTLETON — With the Littleton Crusaders sitting at a record of 7-1 midway through the season and the Woodsville Engineers currently with a record of 8-1, their matchup on Wednesday, May 10, was ...More

Inter-Lakes board honors student award recipients

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — The Inter-Lakes School Board gave special recognitions to two students who received prestigious awards for their work....More

Moultonborough Library hosts tea party for local moms

call imageErin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH — Families could enjoy an old-fashioned tea party complete with finger sandwiches, fine teacups, and some friendly company right at the Moultonborough Public Library....More

McLaughlin sets school record in 3,200 meters

call imageBob Martin
MOULTONBOROUGH — Moultonborough Academy hosted a track and field meet on May 11 where Tyler McLaughlin set a new school record in the 3,200 meters with a time of 9:59.24. According to Coach Dave ...More

Rumney residents prove they've “Got Talent” at anniversary variety show

call imageDonna Rhodes
RUMNEY — As part of Rumney’s 250th anniversary celebration, students and residents of the town pulled out all the stops for their Rumney’s Got Talent Variety Show at Russell Elementary ...More

Photography project helps PRHS students forge an unexpected bond with local seniors

call imageDonna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Regional High School’s Visual Arts instructor, Lynn Sanborn, challenged 28 members of her Advanced Photography and Advanced Art classes to take part in a special project ...More

Bobcat lacrosse boys win six in a row

call imageJoshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — It was a busy few weeks for the Plymouth lacrosse boys. On Monday, May 1, the Bobcats hosted Pelham and came away with an 11-4 win in a rematch of last year’s semifinals. Nolan ...More

Conservation Commission members pitch in to clean up the grounds at Salmon Run

call imageDonna Rhodes
TILTON — Members of the Tilton Conservation Commission spent last Saturday morning sprucing up the gardens and grounds at Salmon Run Conservation Area on East Main Street, readying them for visitors ...More

New Sanbornton business gathers the best in local sweets under one roof

call imageDonna Rhodes
SANBORNTON — During a "soft opening" of Granite Life NH Candies, Gifts and Tees last Saturday, country musician Nicole Knox Murphy strummed both original and cover tunes from the front porch while ...More

Red Raider baseball continues winning streak

call imageBob Martin
MEREDITH — The Belmont High School baseball team is on a tear since starting the season 0-2, and with the bats getting going and the pitching continuing to impress, the Red Raiders are confident ...More
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