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Mountain rescuer who died in 1982 avalanche honored in ceremony atop Mount Washington
“Albert went out in horrendously bad conditions. Why? Because he wanted to? No. But because nobody else could do what he could do,” Lantini said.
NH senator charged with domestic violence faces challenger
RANDOLPH, N.H. (AP)A Randolph, New Hampshire, woman is waging a write-in campaign to challenge Jeff Woodburn, the Democratic minority leader facing domestic violence charges.
I Quit in Maine...And I Was NOBO - The Trek
I walked out of Gorham, NH under a light rain. I took a day off to recover from the Whites. Then I loitered around for another half day hoping that something would get better. It never did. I just wanted to sit, to lay down and not move. But I’d felt this way before. I thought that a little walking
Kathleen Kelley Announces Candidacy For State Senate District 1
Randolph, NH– Today, Kathleen Kelley announced her write-in candidacy for the Democratic nomination in state Senate District 1. Kathleen is a community leader with decades of experience helping North Country nonprofits and small businesses succeed.
Police investigating theft of legal pot plants
EAST CHARLESTON, Vt. (AP) -Vermont State Police are investigating the theft of four legal marijuana plants that were stolen from behind a fence where they were being grown in the town of East Charleston.Owner Joshua Newcity is offering to give the plants to anyone who provides the tip that enables p
Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Carroll, Twin Mountain
Trees, utility poles and power lines were toppled in the area of Route 3 and Route 115 just after 9 p.m., Carroll police said.
Steady and smooth in Rumford - Lewiston Sun Journal
Employees from Tri-State Curb of Weare, New Hampshire, smooth concrete Friday on the sidewalk on River Street in Rumford. The work is part of an effort to rebuild sidewalks on River Street, Exchange Street and Lowell Street. (Marianne Hutchinson/Rumford Falls Times)
Volunteer drivers desperately needed by RSVP
CONWAY — RSVP is officially putting out a call for volunteer drivers for the Conway, North Conway, Albany, Tamworth, Sandwich, Jackson, Bartlett, Eaton and Freedom.Many people in the community do not own cars. These same people are often elderly, on fixed incomes and need to see their doctors or rec
Farmington town manager named manager of the year
Farmington Town Manager Richard Davis received the 2018 Linc Stackpole Manager of the Year Award from the Maine Town, City and County Management Association during the association’s annual conference in Newry this month, according to a news release from the town of Farmington.
Cog Railway leasing former Isaacson plant
BERLIN — The former Isaacson steel fabrication plant on Jericho Road has been leased to the Mount Washington Cog Railway to serve as a workshop for maintaining and building locomotives and passenger coaches for the historic White Mountain attraction.The venture brings together two brothers, Presby S
Second Expungement Day Expanded For Convictions From Any Vermont State Court
GUILDHALL — Essex County State’s Attorney Vince Illuzzi, Vermont Legal Aid, and the Caledonia-Essex Co. Bar Association invite community members, who have been charged or convicted of misdemeanor and other qualifying offenses, to a second expungement clinic on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.
Berlin District Court for July 31
In First Circuit Court, District Division, Berlin, on Tuesday, July 31, the following cases were heard:Matthew Morin, 19, 9 Dustin St., Berlin, was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol by a minor, which was nolle prossed.Jason Cavagnaro, 30, 602 Kent St., Berlin, was found guilty of making a
Doug Swett: Remember, Bradley got promised water upgrade funds
To the editor:Sen. Jeb Bradley has done a great job for us as a senator in Concord, which is why I will continue to support him.Bradley is leading efforts to protect businesses across New Hampshire and right here in the Mount Washington Valley from the impact of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision
Karen Umberger: SUPPORT JEB 234
To the editor:I rarely endorse primary candidates for public office, but Jeb Bradley is the exception. He has my full support and I hope he has yours in the September 11th Primary and the November 6th General Election. I have worked with Jeb on numerous issues over the years most notably on legislat
Old Mill Bakery brings new life to downtown Whitefield
The bakery has free Wifi, Green Mountain coffee and several baked goods from whoopie pies, to white, wheat and Italian breads. Also sold are bagels, cookies, muffins, candy apples and various fudge.
Locally made film premieres on Saturday
Two locals, Chris Dubey and Ricky Pivin, along with Sarah Mitchell of Connecticut, co-partner in Diabolical Films. Dubey and Pivin co-wrote the script and are the main actors in the movie. Dubey and Mitchell are the executive producers. Dubey and Pivin co-directed. Thomas Delcarpio, new to Berlin, i
Shaheen meets with treatment team for mothers in recovery
CCFHS has partnered with seven cities that provide maternal care as part of a team effort within the state. Shaheen helped acquire $2.7 million in grant funding for Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center that uses its center for parents in recovery to help provide treatment services for pregnant mothers
Bethlehem: Pinetree Power Holds Rally In Hopes Overturning Governor’s Veto
On Tuesday, Rodney Wilson, center, a 25-year employee of the Pinetree Power biomass plant in Bethlehem, leads a tour of Pinetree Power, where about 100 people visited the facility for a rally aimed at drumming up support and encouraging the N.H. Legislature to override Gov. Chris Sununu's veto of Se
Maine Forest Rangers want to know who dumped huge load of trash
“That is so disgusting! What pigs!” another commenter wrote, while a third person said, “Catch them and make them perform community service for 2-3 months, cleaning up trash.”
Bethel to apply for more sewer grant funds
The work includes the construction of a building to house a dewatering machine, which consolidates sludge for easier disposal. Other improvements include new pumps, decking and a shed.