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Juvenile Arrested Following Death Of 42-Year-Old NH Woman

MADISON, NH -- Police arrested a juvenile in connection to a suspicious death in Madison, NH. Police found the body of Melissa Hatch in a home at 15 Burgdorf Drive in around 6:40 pm Friday night. The juvenile, whose identity was not released, has been charged with second degree murder. An autopsy is


Back-to-Back: Patriots nip Lumberjacks for second straight ski title

LINCOLN, N.H. — One point. That was the winning margin as Profile School edged Lin-Wood, 745-744, in the Division IV girls alpine championship at Loon Mountain on Monday. Led by freshman Madison McLaren (first in GS, third in slalom, 198 points), the Patriots captured their second straight D-IV titl


NH police respond to suspicious death in small town

MADISON, N.H. (AP) — Authorities in New Hampshire say they are responding to a suspicious death in the small town of Madison. New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald and New Hampshire State Police Col. Christopher Wagner say the state police and the attorney general's office responded to the


Sen. Cory Booker Kicks Off First Visit to New Hampshire

Sen. Cory Booker is kicking off his first visit to New Hampshire with a personal touch, sharing his family's story with about 100 voters in the Democratic-leaning town of Portsmouth.


NH Electric Co-op sets Feb. 14 deadline for board candidates

PLYMOUTH – Members of the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative interested in being considered for nomination to the Board of Directors should submit their material to the nominating committee by 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 14. Application information is available by visiting www.nhec.com/board-of-directors/dire


Forest Society Starts Fire Fund To Rebuild at The Rocks in Bethlehem

BETHLEHEM – Even as the smoke still rises from the ashes at the site of the fire that destroyed the 4 ½-story historic Tool Building at the Rocks, staff at the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire are starting to figure out next steps to restoring programming at its North Country Conservation


Fire destroys century-old building at historic New Hampshire estate

Authorities say a fire has destroyed a century-old building on an historic northern New Hampshire estate known for its conservation practices and pick-your-own Christmas tree farm.


Through their grief, one family makes lake safer

MOULTONBOROUGH — Mark O’Connell’s year-round residence was in Massachusetts but – as much as could be said about anyone who vacations in the Lakes Region – Lake Winnipesaukee was his home away from home. When he died two years ago in a snowmobiling accident, his family could have sold the lakeside h


Eagles shine in final NHNCA Series race

CONWAY — North Conway’s Whitaker Woods played host to more than 400 high school and middle school ski racers for the second and final New Hampshire Nordic Coaches Association Series 5K classical race on Saturday in windy conditions. Kennett High was the host school for the meet, which was used to de


Man arrested after Jackson, Bartlett pursuit

JACKSON — A Massachusetts man was arrested Tuesday evening after leading an officer on a chase that ended in Bartlett, Jackson Police Chief Chris Perley said Wednesday. The incident began about 6 p.m. Tuesday, when Patrol Officer First Class Ryan McDonald observed a commercial box truck being driven


Crews battle two-alarm blaze at The Rocks in Bethlehem

BETHLEHEM – Firefighters are battling a blaze in the Tool Building at The Rocks Estate, the North Country conservation and education center for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.


ACT’s Speaker Mountains of Ice – Glaciation Of The White Mountains

BETHLEHEM, NH – Ever look out at our White Mountains and wonder how they were formed? Or what it took to create our incredible landscape? Join the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust (ACT) Speaker Series on Friday, Feb. 22, at 6 p.m. at the Bethlehem Town Hall in Bethlehem to learn more.


Conway budget committee narrowly supports school

CONWAY — The Municipal Budget Committee Wednesday voted to support the school district's budget by one vote despite pleas that the district's proposed spending is just too much for many residents to afford.


Tribute bands to storm the Granite State

It’s a common affliction: People are going about their daily routines when they hear a snippet of a certain song and, wham, they temporarily lose control of normal brain function.


Memorial Hospital Outpatient Physical Therapy now offers Vestibular Rehabilitation

CONWAY — Do you suffer from dizziness or vertigo? There are many causes for these disorienting and life-disrupting conditions, including migraines or Vitamin D deficiencies. Those suffering from these symptoms now have a local specialist to turn to for treatment, as Memorial Hospital Outpatient Phys


Locals attend hearings on gun bills in Concord

CONCORD — A series of New Hampshire House bills that would limit gun possession in schools and close a loophole for sales at gun shows attracted more than 100 gun rights advocates to the State House Wednesday who demanded legislators reject all measures. Among them were several Carroll County reside


Lisa Wilkins: I was not popular speaking out against our school

Kudos to William Marvel; it’s true, popularity trumps around here in Conway. I appreciate your educational editorial on Feb. 12. Because I have spoken my mind several times concerning the wrongdoings that concern the alleged embezzlement of millions by the Food Service Department while I worked for


Maine man accused of assaulting Walmart employees; cops

CONWAY — A Maine man was arrested on a slew of charges at North Conway's Walmart last week, including that he assaulted employees and police and possessed LSD. David Cottrell, 41, of East Stoneham, Maine, is charged with felony-level possession of drugs (for allegedly having LSD). He also is charged


Autopsy: Remains were result of a miscarriage

CONWAY — An autopsy done on human remains that were found in a pump station last week in Conway Village's septic system turned out to be a nonviable fetus that was the result of a miscarriage, state officials said Monday.


New Hampshire driver charged following August crash in Rockland

Rockland — The driver of a car that police say caused a three-vehicle crash which injured people last August in Rockland has been arrested. Tanna Halvorsen, 34, of Littleton, N.H. was charged with operating under the influence resulting in a personal injury, according to Rockland Deputy Police Chief