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New coach takes helm for PMHS boys

Joshua Spaulding
ALTON — The Prospect Mountain boys’ basketball team will be looking to come together under a new coach as this very unusual season gets under way in the coming week....More

Barnstead Elementary School releases honor roll

BARNSTEAD — The following students in Grades 4-8 at Barnstead Elementary School have earned High Honors or Honors for the First Trimester of the 2020-2021 school year....More

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call imageJoshua Spaulding
WOLFEBORO — Mike Danais and Charlie Hossack have spent many years on the sidelines for the local sports teams, both coaching and watching their children compete in a wide variety of sports....More

City Council back to work in the new year

Tara Giles
BERLIN — At last week's City Council meeting in Berlin, the Mayor opened a Public Hearing for Resolution 2021-01, re-appropriating funds for a PW-Loader Lease Account. There were no public comments. ...More

Berlin-Gorham boys’ hockey looks to continue dominance

Dan Mackin
BERLIN — Coach Mike Poulin and the Berlin-Gorham boys’ hockey team were named co-champions of the 2020 season along with the Kennett Eagles, following a pandemic shortened playoff run, which ...More

Tri-County CAP seeks help with annual Point in Time count

BERLIN — Tri-County Community Action Program’s (TCCAP) Homeless Intervention and Prevention Program are seeking volunteers from Berlin and the surrounding Coös County towns to participate ...More

Portraits of the elderly during COVID-19 on display at Freedom Public Library

call imageFREEDOM — Massachusetts-based documentary photographer Melinda Reyes has created a special exhibition focusing on the lives of the elderly who are isolated in nursing homes during the current pandemic....More

Schools to resume hybrid model Jan. 19

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Schools throughout the Governor Wentworth Regional School District will return to the hybrid model on Jan. 19, the day after the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. ...More

Tri-County CAP seeks public’s help with Point In Time count

REGION — Tri-County Community Action Program’s (TCCAP) Homeless Intervention and Prevention Program are seeking volunteers from towns in Carroll County to participate in an important daylong ...More

General population could receive vaccines by May

Tara Giles
LANCASTER — The state of New Hampshire on Jan. 5, released a timeline for distribution of the COVID-19 vaccination. The rollout will come in three phases, each with a sub-phase. ...More

'Complete Streets' petition circulates in Whitefield

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — Whitefield resident and board member of the Whitefield Economic Development Commission, Jared Cape, has issued a petition to speak at the next Town Meeting in regards to a 'Complete ...More

North Country Council launches resiliency planning program

Angel Larcom
REGION — Resiliency has been at the forefront of numerous local, state and federal conversations for nearly a year now, as the pandemic continues to take its toll across multiple sectors. ...More

Gilford says goodbye to outgoing executive assistant

Erin Plummer
The selectmen gave a fond farewell to a longtime employee before she went to serve another town....More

Fire Department reports record year for calls

Erin Plummer
The Gilford Fire-Rescue Department responded to a record number of incidents in 2020 according to the department’s annual report. ...More

Finance Director highlights pandemic expenses, new technology

Erin Plummer
The town’s Finance Director talked about managing the department during a pandemic, looking at new technology, and mother matters during a department update to the selectmen....More

Coming to you live

call imageJoshua Spaulding
WOLFEBORO — Mike Danais and Charlie Hossack have spent many years on the sidelines for the local sports teams, both coaching and watching their children compete in a wide variety of sports....More

Schools to resume hybrid model Jan. 19

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Schools throughout the Governor Wentworth Regional School District will return to the hybrid model on Jan. 19, the day after the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Instruction has been ...More

Selectmen approve wedding and event policy

Elissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — The beautification of Wolfeboro's public spaces has made them ideal for enjoying the outdoors, putting the use of town parks, particularly Cate Park and the Community Bandstand, in demand ...More
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Sununu visits Mid-State Health Center to see GOFFER funding in action

call imagePLYMOUTH — Gov. Chris Sununu visited Mid-State Health Center last week to preview Mid-State’s new program that provides vulnerable populations access to food resources when they are affected ...More

Tri-County CAP seeks public’s help with Point In Time count

PLYMOUTH — Tri-County Community Action Program’s (TCCAP) Homeless Intervention and Prevention Program are seeking volunteers from Plymouth and the surrounding Grafton County towns to participate ...More

Virtual groundbreaking held for new senior living facility

call imageFRANKLIN — The team at the Peabody Home in downtown Franklin put shovels in the ground at a recent virtual groundbreaking ceremony to formally kick of the construction process that will result in ...More

Businesses circulate petition resisting Dalton landfill

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — More than 40 Littleton business owners signed a petition urging the Select Board to oppose the development of a proposed landfill in Dalton. ...More

Bethlehem officials discuss deliberative session options

Angel Larcom
BETHLEHEM — Bethlehem officials weighed options for the town's annual deliberative session at last week's Select Board meeting. ...More

Broadband expansion sought in Franconia

Angel Larcom
FRANCONIA — Citing the need for expanded broadband in the area, Iron Furnace Brewery has applied for a site plan review with the Franconia Planning Board....More

Moultonborough hires new town administrator

Erin Plummer
MOULTONBOROUGH — The town has announced a new town administrator has been hired after the position had been open for four months....More

Inter-Lakes returns to in-person learning

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — Inter-Lakes students return to in-person learning this week after schools went remote before the holidays due to some COVID-19 cases in the schools. ...More

Plans in progress for Shep Brown’s improvements

Erin Plummer
MEREDITH — Plans are underway for dock area improvements at Shep Brown’s Boat Basin, with the town planning a public meeting on the project this summer....More

Sununu visits Mid-State Health Center to see GOFFER funding in action

call imagePLYMOUTH — Gov. Chris Sununu visited Mid-State Health Center last week to preview Mid-State’s new program that provides vulnerable populations access to food resources when they are affected ...More

Town meeting discussion continues in Ashland

David Ruell
ASHLAND — The Ashland selectmen met in the early afternoon of Jan. 6 to take up the issue of what type of town meeting to hold. ...More

Local Scout builds and donates picnic tables to Ashland Elementary School

call imageASHLAND — Former AES student, Declan Ulricson, knew just what he wanted to do for his Eagle Scout Service Project....More

Sanbornton selectmen endorse police station/town office project

SANBORNTON — At the recent Board of Selectmen’s meeting, the Building Construction Committee presented its final recommendation after 14 months of review and more than 50 meetings. ...More

COVID-19 case reported at Union Sanborn School

Brendan Berube
NORTHFIELD — A letter was sent to parents last week reporting a confirmed case of COVID-19 at Northfield’s Union Sanborn School....More

Tilton Historical Society presents Historic House plaques to 2020 recipients

TILTON — Three new recipients will be selected in historic downtown Tilton each year. The plaques show a particular building's date of construction or business, and its historic name. ...More
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