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Flood warning in effect for several NH rivers
PLYMOUTH, N.H. — Officials are keeping a close eye on some New Hampshire rivers as the risk of flooding remains through Sunday. Several rivers are under river flood warnings for minor flooding over the next 24 hours. They include the Connecticut Rover at North Stratford and Dalton, the Saco River at
Cannabis is legal in states around New Hampshire, but it’s not easy to actually get some and consume it legally
New Hampshire’s status as an island of cannabis crackdown in a sea of marijuana acceptance continues to be the topic of debate, including an annual 420 smoke-in at the State House in Concord that was rained out on Saturday.
2 adults, child rescued near Flume Saturday night
LINCOLN, N.H. — Two adults and a child were rescued while hiking in Lincoln Saturday night. At 6:20 p.m., a group of hikers called 911 for help somewhere near the Flume Slide Trail. Adam Bull, 34, Dawna Jones, 36, and an 11-year-old, all from Manchester, had left from the Flume visitor's center arou
Buttigieg, Warren draw crowds in NH stops
PLYMOUTH, N.H. — Democratic presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren both drew crowds Saturday as they held events across New Hampshire. Speaking to a crowd of more than 1,000 at Plymouth State about his vision for the future of the country, Buttigieg was asked about student debt,
Despite rain, big crowd turns out for Discover Wild New Hampshire Day
CONCORD, N.H. — On the day the state celebrates life outdoors, Mother Nature didn't cooperate. But that didn't stop thousands from coming to New Hampshire Fish and Game's biggest community event of the year -- Discover Wild New Hampshire Day. This is the 30thyear of the event.
Friday fire levels Topsham home
TOPSHAM — A Friday morning fire that leveled a Downing Road home remains under investigation, though authorities say the extent of the damage has thus far prevented them from determining what caused it and where it started.
New Hampshire turkey hunters preparing for spring season
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Turkey hunters across New Hampshire are preparing for what biologists expect to be a good harvest during the spring season. The regular spring turkey season encompasses the month of May.
7th annual New Hampshire VegFest brings crowd to Manchester Community College
MANCHESTER, N.H. — The 7th annual New Hampshire VegFest drawing a crowd to Manchester Community College on Saturday. The plant-based event features local vendors with vegan-friendly offerings.
Littleton Co-op To Celebrate 10-year Anniversary
From humble beginnings with a group of motivated Littleton and community members from surrounding areas to a current membership of 6,855, the Littleton Food Co-op is celebrating 10 years.
Correction: Voting Charge story
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — In a story April 19 about a New Hampshire man who was accused of voting in two different states in the 2018 general election, The Associated Press misidentified the man who was charged. He was Robert A. Bell, not New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald.
Conway emergency management warns of possible flooding
CONWAY — The Saco River is predicted to reach 14 feet this weekend and if that happens West Side Road might be at risk of flooding, the town of Conway Emergency Management Facebook page warned Thursday afternoon.
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Swim bill to be voted on Tuesday
CONCORD — A bill that would create a pilot program to allow swimming at car-top boat launches was heard by a House committee April 17 and will be voted by that committee on Tuesday, April 23.
Groton Man Cited For DLS
Nicholas Gordon, 23, of Groton was cited for allegedly driving on a criminally suspended license on Route 302 in Newbury April 16. Vermont State Police report troopers conducted a motor vehicle stop and found Gordon to have a criminally suspended license. Gordon was taken into custody and processed.
Bethlehem visitors center a step closer to historic register
BETHLEHEM, N.H. (AP) — The oldest building in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, is a step closer to getting on the state historic register. The Caledonian-Record reports the Board of Selectmen has given approval for the Bethlehem Visitors Center and historical museum, a former hotel, for placement on the st
Land conservation project completed in Ossipee Mountains
TAMWORTH — The Lakes Region Conservation Trust is proud to announce the completion of a major land conservation project in the northern Ossipee Mountains of central New Hampshire.
WMCC’s vet tech program receives national approval
CONWAY — The White Mountains Community College veterinary assistant program, located in North Conway Village, has received approval by the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America.
Piermont man is drawn back to art
It’s been 26 years since David Wescott put pencil to paper for art’s sake. Raising children, building his own plumbing and construction business and losing it during the Great Recession put a dent in both Wescott’s time and his desire to draw.
Little Dog Paper Co. to be featured at Patrick’s Pub 'Connect' April 25
GILFORD — Patrick’s Pub and Eatery will host Little Dog Paper Co. at their networking event 'Connect, on Thursday, April 25, from 5-7 p.m. Nicole Ayers, owner of Little Dog Paper Co., started the company six years ago as an online greeting card and scrapbooking business. Ayers quickly gained notorie
Visiting the intervales of Sandwich Range
Immediately to the south of the Sandwich Range are some beautiful grassy intervales. Walking on the roads through these can be a pleasure, especially the morning after a substantial snowfall.