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9 nabbed following drug bust in New Hampshire
LITTLETON, N.H. (WHDH) - Nine people were arrested in Littleton, New Hampshire Dec. 6 following an investigation into the distribution of heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, crack cocaine, mushrooms, marijuana, and other controlled drugs, police say.
Littleton tax base up 13 percent
LITTLETON—Total assessed valuation—a.k.a. the tax base—rose by a little over $96 million this year, an increase of 13.4 percent, according to paperwork filed with the state earlier this year. The tax base now stands at a little over $814 million.
$1.4M NH Compound In Heart Of White Mountains Just Listed
BETHLEHEM, NH — One of New Hampshire's most expensive homes in the White Mountains region hit the market Tuesday. The five-bedroom Bethlehem mansion is set on 17 acres and includes five bathrooms, a saunu and steam shower. The house, described as a "personal mountain oasis," has more than 4,000 squa
CALEX Board Supports Existing System
The most important question to ask when considering different providers of emergency medical services is: which organization is going to provide the highest level of patient care at a reasonable cost? CALEX Ambulance Service is the best answer.
Upstage Players Open Auditions For Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf Today
Upstage Players community theatre will be holding auditions for its February production of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Auditions will be held at the Upstage Players Costume Shop, 2 Cottage St, Littleton today (Wednesday, Dec. 12) from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 16, from 2
Rotobec expansion in Groveton moves forward
GROVETON — All systems are go for Rotobec, a material handling company, to build in Groveton. Rotobec currently has a location in Littleton and will now expand, offering 150 jobs when all is said and done. Rotobec will construct a $12 to $13 million facility in town. Phase one of the project will in
Magnificat! Music For The Lady Of Christmas At Littleton Church
Littleton’s newest arts choral arts organization, The White Mountains Camerata, presents a Christmas concert of music written to honor Mary. The program centers on Mary’s great hymn of triumph, the Magnificat, as set by Giovanni Pergolesi. Saturday, Dec. 15 at 7:30 and Sunday, Dec. 16 at 3 p.m. at A
Burke Christmas Tree Contest Winners
A brilliant display of Christmas Trees is lighting up the green in East Burke Village as part of the Burke Area Chamber of Commerce annual holiday contest. Ruggles Christmas Trees provided the trees which were each ‘adopted’ and decorated by a local school or business. The judges have spoken and win
Ski giveaway helps local youngsters hit the slopes
LITTLETON—Last Thursday, Nov. 29, a coalition of outdoorsy citizens made it possible for kids from families of all means to enjoy the snow and slopes this year. If the snow came early, the Ski Giveaway program made sure that for some, ski season came at all.
Woodstock man, Lincoln officer hurt in car-cruiser crash
LINCOLN — A Woodstock man and Lincoln police officer were both hurt after a car struck a parked police cruiser head on early Wednesday evening according to local police officials.
Funeral Home Owner Eyeing Old Drive-In For New Facility
The owner of two Caledonia County funeral homes is proposing to build a new multi-use facility on Route 5 near the Lyndon-St. Johnsbury border.
Hart-Less: North Country, NEK Had Front Row Seat To Historic Collapse
Thirty-one years ago in Littleton, politics changed forever. It was here that Democratic front runner Gary Hart, a former Colorado senator, ended his Presidential campaign amid accusations of infidelity, ushering in a new era of political coverage, where personal lives were considered fair game.
Mass. man pleads guilty after car chase, assault of police officer
NORTH HAVERHILL – A Massachusetts man pleaded guilty Thursday to leading Bristol police on a car chase that ended with him crashing into a woodpile and head-butting an officer.
Barnet Man Cited for Driving on Suspended License
Aaron Johnson, 53, of Danville was cited for driving on a suspended license Dec. 6 on I-91, in Barnet. According to a Vermont State Police report, Johnson was stopped for an expired registration. Police reportedly found the operator, Johnson, was operating on a suspended license and without an ignit
DUI Arrest At Lyndonville McDonald’s
Corey Gadapee, a 32-year-old East Haven resident, was arrested in the parking lot of the Lyndonville McDonald’s for allegedly driving under the influence Dec. 2. Gadapee was stopped by Vermont State Police at 3:21 a.m., taken into custody and processed. He is scheduled to appear in Caledonia County
Littleton Library Eliminates Overdue Fines
The Littleton Public Library Board of Trustees has voted to eliminate overdue fines. The decision to eliminate fines is part of a growing national trend to reduce barriers to accessing library resources. Effective immediately, all patrons with existing overdue fines are getting a clean slate, and th
Vermont State Police Arrest Newark Resident for Simple Assault and Disorderly Conduct
Robin Larmirand, a 42-year-old Newark resident, was arrested for simple assault and disorderly conduct Dec. 3 on Berry Hill Road, Sheffield. Vermont State Police say Lamirand punched 48-year-old Angeline Couillard of Lyndon in the arm several times causing pain and spit on her. Lamirand was cited to
ACHS Medical Director Named To Health Foundation Board
Lisa Bujno, MSN, APRN, assistant medical director at Ammonoosuc Community Health Center in Littleton, N.H., has been elected to the board of directors of the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation.
Guilty verdict in drug case
LANCASTER — A Coos County Superior Court jury Thursday deliberated about one hour before finding a Twin Mountain man guilty of selling the drug fentanyl. Daniel Garneau Jr., 36, of 417 Route 115, Twin Mountain, was found guilty of sale of a controlled drug and conspiracy to commit the sale of a cont
‘Glorious Mountain Days’ Tells Of Two Intrepid Women Naturalists Whose Hike Inspired Congress To Preserve The White Mountains
LITTLETON, N.H. — Persistent sleuthing by two New England authors, and a bit of serendipity, has brought together a remarkable group of letters and photographs that are at the heart of a newly-published history of what began as an idyllic week-long tramp across New Hampshire’s Presidential Range in