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Tin Mountain to present 'Hike to Church Pond Bog' on Aug. 22
ALBANY — Tin Mountain Conservation Center will be presenting "Hike to Church Pond Bog" with David Govatski on Wednesday, Aug. 22, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Meet at Downes Brook Trailhead (across Passaconaway Campground) in Albany.Church Pond is a beautiful but seldom visited peatland in Albany and Liver
Believe in Books to host Kids Fun Run Sept. 3
GLEN — On Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3, kids will get to race through Story Land in Glen for Believe in Books Literacy Foundation’s Kids Fun Run presented by Memorial Hospital and Story Land.The Kids’ Fun Run will begin promptly at 9 a.m. with registration opening up in the back parking lot at 8:15 a.
CMI provides Tamworth with noise data
State representative candidate Susan Ticehurst (D-Tamworth, back row) speaks at the Aug. 9 selectmen's meeting about Club Motorsports Inc. as CMI President Jim Hoenscheid (front row) listens, along with selectmen's chair Steve Gray (seated at table). (DAYMOND STEER PHOTO)
Freedom Town Column: Freedom Gallery to host workshop with Terri Brooks Aug. 17
Our 120th Freedom Old Home Week has come and gone and what a week it was. Although it started off with some showers for the Lawn Party and parade, it turned pretty hot and families were here and there at all of the assorted events. I hope you got to go to your favorite events.Don’t forget to check o
Fatal motorcycle crash in Oxford under investigation - Lewiston Sun Journal
Eric MacDonald, 25, was driving a Honda Shadow when his bike crashed on the side of the road, the officer said.
Jury finds man guilty of controlled drug sales
LACONIA — A Laconia man has been found guilty of trafficking a controlled drug.A jury found Joshua A. McNeil, 35, of 18 Winter St., in Laconia, guilty of two counts of selling the opioid pain reliever buprenorphine. The jury returned the verdict after two hours of deliberations Friday. The trial in
The absence of truth makes one blindly obedient
With regards to Robert Miller's letter, "Ask yourself why Trump is acting like such a guilty man:" I totally agree with Mr. Miller. Freedom of the press is historically precious. Within totalitarian regimes, say North Korea, Russia, Turkey, or Cuba to name a few, one of the first institutions censor
Ambulance company vows to do better in future
FREEDOM — The head of CarePlus Ambulance Service Inc. told Freedom selectmen and officials from area towns Monday that his company will do a better job answering calls for service and correct problems the towns have labeled contract violations.North Conway Ambulance, a division of CarePlus, has a co
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
Democrats up in Gibson Center 5-minute forum Wednesday
CONWAY — Make your case for office in five minutes or less — that’s the task for candidates running for county, state and national office when the Gibson Center for Senior Services hosts its annual five-minute forums.First up are the Democrats today (Wednesday) from 12:30-2:30 p.m. at the North Conw
University of Western Ontario Researchers Use Map Business Online to Illustrate Kraft Lignin Availability | Markets Insider
CORNISH, Maine,Aug. 15, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- SpatialTEQ Inc., publisher ofNorth America'sfastest growing business mapping software, today announces that a group of researchers, fromUniversity of Western Ontario, Canada, selected Map Business Online as a map generation tool used to illustrate the avai
French company opens its first 'glampground' in the US
ALBANY, NH - AUGUST 14 2017: The sun rises over the lake at Huttopia in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The glamping property has a private beach, heated swimming pool, hiking paths, canoe and SUP... more
Fryeburg Town Column: Fryeburg Rescue to host annual pig roast and turkey dinner Aug. 16
As many of you have probably noticed, the local community columns no longer run weekly. The Fryeburg column can now be found on the first and third Wednesday of the month. So, that all of your news can be included in my column, please keep in mind that information will need to be sent to me at least
Laconia man gets 3½- to seven-year sentence for meth sales
Peter Dauphin, right, stands next to his attorney Mark Sisti, at the beginning of Dauphin's plea and sentencing hearing in Belknap Superior Court Monday. Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Agati is at left. Dauphin was sentenced to 3 1/2 to seven years for selling crystal methamphetamine. (Michael
Police: Couple accused of multiple animal cruelty counts
NEW HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — Police say they found malnourished dogs, cats, reptiles, rabbits and birds at the home of a couple who said they ran an animal rescue operation.
Edwards: Trump not getting a 'fair shake'
CONWAY — Republican congressional hopeful Eddie Edwards told the Sun editorial board last Friday that President Donald Trump isn't getting a "fair shake" from the media.Edwards of Dover is a Navy veteran, former South Hampton police chief and former state liquor commission chief enforcement officer.
Bartlett man finally heads to state hospital
Scott Johnstone, 29, spent 26 days at Memorial Hospital waiting for a bed at New Hampshire Hospital in Concord. (COURTESY PHOTO)
Tele-Talk Responses: How should state address mental health services and lack of psychiatric beds for N.H. residents?
Responses to last week’s Tele-Talk question — “What should the state do to address mental health services and a lack of beds in psychiatric facilities for New Hampshire residents?” — asked for more beds, were critical of Memorial Hospital and the state psychiatric hospital, and took issue with the c
Eaton Town Column: Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day coming next month
Conway Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day is coming up next month, on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Conway Transfer Station at 755 East Conway Road. This is for the towns of Albany, Bartlett, Conway, Eaton, Jackson, Madison and Hale’s Location. There is a 10-gallon limit
Selectmen reverse on Center Conway expansion
CONWAY — Selectmen decided last Tuesday to expand the boundary of Center Conway Fire District, a move that essentially reverses their previous vote last month.Conway selectmen held a hearing on the issue July 12 under an agenda item billed as a “public hearing for Center Conway Boundary Line Expansi