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Kinmond stepping down as New Durham’s Town Administrator

call imageCathy Allyn
NEW DURHAM — Scott Kinmond has served in more public service positions than most, sometimes concurrently, so it’s really no wonder that he’s moving on from his Town Administrator post ...More

After a year away, spring sports are back at Prospect

Joshua Spaulding
ALTON — Last spring, sports came to a standstill and Prospect Mountain student-athletes didn’t get a chance to compete on the track, diamonds and tennis courts....More

Trio of Knights earn hockey All-State honors

Joshua Spaulding
REGION — New Hampshire’s boys’ hockey coaches recently got together to select the All-State teams following the conclusion of the 2020-2021 season....More

City Council discusses BTLA conundrum

Tara Giles
BERLIN — Berlin's Mayor, Paul Grenier, switched up the order of business at the March 24 work session and brought the discussion straight to the BTLA (Board of Tax and Land Appeals). ...More

Gorham residents split 50/50 on ATV issue

Tara Giles
GORHAM — A bone of contention in Gorham in regards to ATV's has been a topic of discussion over the past several years. ...More

Shelburne Riverlands conservation land acquired with community, state support

call imageSHELBURNE — Two State of New Hampshire programs have made Mahoosuc Land Trust’s (MLT) conservation of the 861-acre Shelburne Riverlands a reality. ...More

COVID cases on the rise in Carroll County

Elissa Paquette
REGION — In March, ten positive Covid cases cropped up among students and staff in GWRSD schools spanning elementary through high school, including Carpenter Elementary School in Wolfeboro, Ossipee ...More

Eagles eager to get back to spring sports

Joshua Spaulding
NORTH CONWAY — Last spring was not what anybody wanted in terms of local high school sports, but athletes at Kennett are ready to get back to action in the coming week....More

Eagles, Knights earn hockey All-State honors

Joshua Spaulding
REGION — New Hampshire’s boys’ hockey coaches recently got together to select the All-State teams following the conclusion of the 2020-2021 season....More

150th Lancaster Fair is a go

call imageTara Giles
LANCASTER — We have good news for resident fair goers. The Lancaster Fair Board of Directors has announced that the show will go on. ...More

Driver in Dalton crash had prior record

Tara Giles
DALTON — On the evening of April 3, at roughly 11:30 p.m., State Police responded to a report of a serious motor vehicle crash on Route 135 in Dalton, right near the boat launch. ...More

Whitefield to hold public hearing on water/sewer rates

Tara Giles
WHITEFIELD — On Monday, April 12 at 6:45 p.m., the Town of Whitefield will hold a Public Hearing to review the proposed water/sewer rates. ...More

Local teen proposes official town flag

Erin Plummer
A Gilford teen has put forth a design for a flag that voters in a future town meeting could decide will be the town’s official flag. ...More

Town seeking bids for road construction

Erin Plummer
The town is now soliciting bids for the 2021 roadway improvement program....More

Town gets lower price for fire department vehicle

Erin Plummer
The town will be getting a new fire department command vehicle for around $6,500 less than presented on the town warrant. ...More

Paper, Pen and Palette thrives in new location

call imageElissa Paquette
WOLFEBORO — Paper, Pen and Palette, created in 2018 by Cindy Patten, owner of Black's Gift Shop on S. Main Street, has outgrown its space down the steps adjacent to the shop, and is now thriving ...More

Knight sports teams start competition Monday

Joshua Spaulding
WOLFEBORO — Unlike the fall and spring seasons, the Kingswood spring sports teams will be starting the season at the same time as the other schools in the area....More

New members in training at Tuftonboro FD

Elissa Paquette
TUFTONBORO — Chief Adam Thompson updated the selectmen on new member related activities during the March 22 meeting. ...More

Bears back in action after year away

Joshua Spaulding
BRISTOL — The Newfound spring sports teams are back in action, hitting the diamonds and the track for the first time since the 2019 season....More

Spring production celebrates 40 years of musicals at Newfound

BRISTOL — The Newfound Regional High School Drama Department is proud to announce their spring production, "Old & NEWfound: Celebrating Four Decades of Musicals." ...More

A story of a jab

Erin Plummer
COVID-19 vaccination signups are now open to anyone over the age of 16 and vaccination sites can be found across the state. How do you sign up? ...More

Littleton residents speak out about new town manager

Angel Larcom
LITTLETON — Town officials hosted a public hearing at the Littleton Opera House last Monday to allow resident input about incoming Town Manager Jim Gleason of Winter Garden, Fla. ...More

Apartment fire leaves one injured, many displaced

call imageAngel Larcom
LITTLETON - A kitchen fire at 62 Pleasant St. left one person injured and multiple residents displaced in Littleton last Saturday evening. ...More

Haverhill welcomes new police chief

call imageAngel Larcom
HAVERHILL — After a thorough selection process, Haverhill officials chose retired New Hampshire State Trooper David Appleby to become the town's new police chief. ...More

Continuing a legacy of companionship

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — Mandy Grier’s family said the moment she got her diabetic alert dog Mylo, "her life was forever changed"; she got a companion and helped her live an independent life with her type ...More

ILES students collect items for food pantry

call imageErin Plummer
MEREDITH — Students at Inter-Lakes Elementary School collected enough food to fill two pickup trucks that went right to the Meredith Food Pantry and to people in need....More

Laker spring sports swinging back into action

Joshua Spaulding
MEREDITH — The Inter-Lakes spring sports teams are ready to take to the fields, courts and track for the first time since 2019, with games officially getting started this coming Monday....More

Plymouth to hold the final session of alternative Town Meeting

Donna Rhodes
PLYMOUTH — Unusual times call for unusual measures when it comes to accommodating large public gatherings these days. ...More

Spring sports make long-awaited return to Plymouth

Joshua Spaulding
PLYMOUTH — After a year away, it’s safe to say that Plymouth’s spring athletes are ready to go. And they’ll get their chance when the spring season officially kicks off in the ...More

PRHS presents “The Addams Family,” pandemic style

call imagePLYMOUTH — It’s been a long, grim year with few opportunities for public laughter. What better time for some morbid musical theater?...More

Mishcon passes the baton to HealthFirst Family Care Center after 40 years

call imageTILTON — After providing primary health care to hundreds of patients at his Tilton, NH practice for over 40 years, Dr. John Mishcon has been transitioning towards retirement since January, noting ...More

Winnisquam teams return to action this week

Joshua Spaulding
TILTON — The Winnisquam spring sports teams return to action in the coming week, a welcome return to normalcy after all teams missed last season....More

Lakeview Golf Club sold

BELMONT — The beautiful nine-hole Lakeview Golf Club, located at 89 Ladd Hill Rd. in Belmont, has recently transferred to a new owner....More
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