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Jason Cape Joins Peabody & Smith Realty
Jason Cape recently became a sales associate for Peabody & Smith Realty in the Littleton office. For over a decade, Cape and his wife have owned and operated the Barron Brook Inn in Whitefield, N.H. When asked why he began a new career in real estate, Cape said, “I’ve always been interested in real
New Hampshire Authorities Seek Inmate Who Walked Away From Center
The New Hampshire Department of Corrections are searching for an inmate who they say walked away from a minimum security center Friday afternoon in Concord. Jeffrey Groulx, 44, a resident of the New Hampshire State Prison Transitional Work Center, walked away from White Farm on Clinton Street at 3:1
Male Athlete of the Week: Groveton’s Josh Wheelock
It was some kind of week for Josh Wheelock and the Groveton Eagles. The junior forward collected 28 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists in a win against Pittsburg-Canaan on Feb. 11. Wheelock then put up 29 points with seven boards as the Eagles played four strong quarters to earn a stunning 68-66
Fire at Rocks Estate destroys buildings, plans
The blaze at the Rocks estate last Wednesday night. Courtesy of Littleton Fire and Rescue. (click for larger version) BETHLEHEM—The evening of Wednesday, Feb. 13 saw devastation to property, though no loss of life, during a fire at the Rocks Estate.
Serendipity Studios Now Offering Art, Business Classes
LITTLETON — Serendipity Studios is now offering classes. Located along the Ammonoosuc River at the Tannery Marketplace, Serendipity Studios was founded by entrepreneurs Meg Brown and Patti King Slavtcheff as a studio and workspace. Brown is the owner of Nutmeg Media and MegaBug Photography, while Sl
H.S. roundup: Woodsville KOs Groveton, earns final four meeting with Littleton
HAVERHILL — Olivia Sarkis scored a game-high 18 points to lead No. 4 Woodsville over No. 5 Groveton, 56-45, in a Division IV quarterfinal at Haverhill Cooperative Middle School on Thursday night.
Warren brings her story to New Hampshire’s influential Democrats
MANCHESTER, N.H. — US Senator Elizabeth Warren introduced herself Friday night to New Hampshire’s most influential Democrats as an up-from-the-bootstraps economic populist putting forward serious proposals meant to help the middle class.
Concord Family Displaced By House Fire
A house fire that forced a family of four from their Concord home early Wednesday morning started in the area of a wood stove. That’s according to Concord Fire Chief Richard Fisher who said the first units arriving on the scene just after midnight found the Heath residence at 475 Kirby Mountain Road
Police: Barnet Resident Found Violating Conditions
Vermont State Police said Nathan Smires, 32, of Barnet violated conditions of release and an abuse prevention order when he was reportedly found in the same residence on Academy Lane in Barnet as an alleged female victim. Smires was taken into custody and lodged in Northeast Regional Correction Faci
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Heads Back to New Hampshire to Headline McIntyre-Shaheen 100 Club Dinner
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is heading back to New Hampshire for an annual dinner event supporting the state's Democratic Party. The Massachusetts Democrat will be the keynote speaker at the McIntyre-Shaheen 100 Club Dinner Friday evening in Manchester. The event begins at 6 p.m.
NH man dies while attempting to assist stuck snowmobiler
BETHLEHEM, N.H. (AP) New Hampshire authorities say a man died while attempting to assist a stuck snowmobiler. Fish and Game Department conservation officers say 67-year-old John Doherty, of Bethlehem, had been snowmobiling with his family on Sunday when he stopped and got off his vehicle to assist w
Warren talks reparations, child care, early education during New Hampshire campaign stop
MANCHESTER, N.H. – – Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren highlighted her new universal child care plan and explained her support for reparations for black Americans affected by slavery as she campaigned Friday night in the state that holds the first primary in the race for the Wh
Sanel NAPA Acquires Lyndonville Auto
Sanel NAPA announced it has acquired the Lyndonville Auto Parts at 8 Dean Lane and transformed it into a Sanel NAPA store in unison with the transformation of the store at 250 Railroad St. in St. Johnsbury. George Broome is the manager of the Lyndonville location and Mark Cleveland is the manager of
New military recruiting center to open in New Hampshire
LITTLETON, N.H. (AP) — A new military recruiting center will be opening in northern New Hampshire. The Caledonian Record reports the New Hampshire Company of the U.S. Army New England Recruiting Battalion will host a ribbon cutting and grand opening of a recruiting station in Littleton on Feb. 26.
N.H. D-IV hoops: Littleton buries Coogs, returns to Plymouth for sixth straight winter
LITTLETON — Two down, two to go. Top-seeded and unbeaten Littleton overpowered eighth-seeded Derryfield, 70-15 in the Division IV quarterfinals on Thursday, earning a sixth trip in a row to the final four.
Ryegate Winter Carnival Takes Place Today
RYEGATE — Due to poor ice and high winds, the Ryegate Winter Carnival had to be postponed and is now rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 23 from noon to 3 p.m. Join the fun with bonfires and marshmallows to roast, free hot chocolate, chili cook off and hotdogs, skating the loop, and sledding all located
February Is Wise Health Consumer Month
LITTLETON, N.H. — Wise Health Care Consumer Month falls in February. Littleton Regional Healthcare provided some words of advice. Although the Internet can be helpful, people need to know how to filter what’s good information vs. what can do harm. Always know the source of the information. Good webs
Route 2 repairs pushed back due to lack of funds
MARSHFIELD, Vt. (AP) Vermont says it cannot repave a road riddled with potholes for another two years because it doesn't have enough money. The Times Argus reports the state Agency of Transportation acknowledged the issues with Route 2 in an email response to Marshfield town clerk Bobbi Brimblecombe
Effort to save dog's life fails but leads to fund to help other stray pets
BERLIN — A gallant effort to save an injured dog nicknamed “Elvis” failed last weekend but his death has resulted in the creation of a fund to help other stray pets in similar circumstances.
Wilmington Woman Injured In New Hampshire Snowmobile Accident
LITTLETON, NH — Laurie Towle, 46, of Wilmington, suffered serious injuries after rolling over her snowmobile in Littleton, New Hampshire on Monday afternoon. Towle was riding with her family and friends on the Corridor 5 snowmobile trail when they encountered a very steep and icy section. As they at