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Beto O'Rourke courts youth vote at Plymouth State
PLYMOUTH, N.H. (WCAX) Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke was campaigning for votes in New Hampshire Wednesday, the site of the first-in-the-nation presidential primary. The youth vote could play a crucial role in determining the nominee, which means college campuses are a popular stop.
Northway Bank promotes Channele Wingrove to branch manager
CAMPTON — Northway Bank has promoted Channele Wingrove to branch manager of the bank’s Campton location. In her role, Wingrove will be responsible for cultivating and strengthening relationships in the greater Campton area.
Plymouth Rotary profile: Steve Rand
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Rotarian Steve Rand is an example of the Rotary motto “Service Above Self.” Rand’s father, Robert Rand, and his uncle, Watson Rand, were long-time enthusiasts and senior active members of the club. Both served as club presidents, Robert in 1959 and Watson in 1953. Rand joined in
TRAFFIC ALERT: Construction at intersection of New Hampshire Avenue and Ridge Avenue to last approximately 3 months
Tomorrow, March 26, crews will begin construction on Ridge Avenue between New Hampshire Avenue and County Line Road. A new bridge is being constructed, and a new traffic light is being installed.
Historic arch lights up the night in Northfield
The Memorial Arch of Tilton is illuminated on Saturday night, March 25, 2019 at Arch Park in Northfield, New Hampshire. The arch was built in 1882 by Charles Tilton who modeled the arch after the Arch of Titus in Rome after he had visited there in 1881. The arch is on the U.S National Register of Hi
State Police: 28 grams of cocaine, $6,700 found in New Hampshire man's car after traffic stop
NORTHFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - State police seized thousands of dollars and cocaine after they arrested a New Hampshire man in Northfield Saturday morning. According to the Massachusetts State Police, at about 4:20 a.m. 21-year-old Ryan Spath was stopped by troopers at the intersection of Route 10 and M
Attorney asks judge to uphold Laurie List agreement made with Grafton County
NORTH HAVERHILL -- Grafton County Attorney Martha Hornick has filed a motion to withdraw an offer to remove a police officer from a confidential list of officers with credibility issues, saying it was "abundantly clear" that her office lacked the authority to enter into such an agreement.
Police in New Hampshire investigating armed robbery of jewelry store
MANCHESTER, N.H. - Police in Manchester, N.H. are investigating an armed robbery that took place on Saturday night at an area jewelry store, according to a release from the city's local police department.
Apple’s new streaming TV service has a (small, admittedly) New Hampshire link
Among the endless free advertising – sorry, I mean technology journalism – produced out of Monday’s product rollout by Apple there is a small New Hampshire connection: One of the shows being produced for Apple TV’s new streaming service will be Steven Spielberg’s resurrection of his “Amazing Stories
Patrick's Connect returns March 28 with Lake Life Fashions
GILFORD — Patrick’s Pub and Eatery will host Lake Life Fashions at their networking event, 'Connect,' on Thursday, March 28, from 5-7 p.m. Lake Life Fashions is a small boutique where fashion meets outdoor living, influenced by the owner’s warm weather outdoor lifestyle. After 15 years of owning and
Tucker’s owners selected as Small Business Persons of the Year
HOOKSETT — Since 2014, “Good Eats, Great People” has been a winning formula for Tucker Restaurant Group LLC — better known as Tucker’s. The New London-based eatery chain’s business model got one more stamp of approval last week when the U.S. Small Business Administration and the New Hampshire Banker
Penny Pitou travel to bring travel show to the Lakes Region March 30
LACONIA — On Saturday, March 30, Penny Pitou Travel will host the largest travel show in the Lakes Region at Contigiani’s Event Center, 140 Country Club Road in Gilford. Passport To The World Travel Show will be a day of exploring the world with special presentations by travel experts. The doors wil
Bidding for new space, Regal Auction Services finds new home
CONCORD — Auctioneer Paul Morrissette expects to notch at least $400,000 in sales auctioning kitchen cabinets, flooring and air conditioners on March 30. “Pretty much anything to build a house,” said Beth Morrissette, his wife and co-owner of Regal Auction Services.
Sports betting in New Hampshire inches closer to legalization
While many across the nation filled out their brackets for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament last week, lawmakers in the New Hampshire House took another step toward legalizing sports betting in the Granite State.
Celebrate reading at the Belmont Public Library
Belmont Library celebrates National Library Week from April 7 to 13. National Library Week is an annual celebration highlighting the valuable role libraries, librarians, and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening our communities. This year’s theme, Libraries equals Strong Commu
To Defeat Trump Democrats Take To the Hustings
LACONIA, N.H. ï¿½ The conclusion of Robert Muellerï¿½s investigation means that if the Democrats are going to defeat President Trump, theyï¿½ll have to do it not in court with a prosecutor, but in an election, with a politician.
Becoming an Outdoors Woman Program
CONCORD — New Hampshire’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman Program (BOW) is offering an exciting lineup of courses in 2019 for women who are interested in learning outdoor skills. Application forms and brochures are published at www.nhbow.com when each registration opens. Sign up as soon as possible becau
Irwin Automotive Group offers free storage to four local nonprofits
LACONIA — This past holiday season, Irwin Hyundai cleaned out a portion of unused space at their dealership, located at 446 Union Ave. With the community in mind, Irwin Automotive Group put out a call to offer free storage for nonprofits in need. Shortly after putting out the offer, Irwin connected
Artists of the month in Laconia
The Lakes Region Artist Association juried submissions by its members for selecting “Artists of the Month” winners. The artist who’s entries were selected will have their artwork displayed for one month at a number of locations for public viewing and sale. They are: Duane Hammond, Meredith Village S
O'Brien, Winters win U.S. slalom titles
WATERVILLE VALLEY, N.H. -- Luke Winters and Nina O'Brien won slalom titles at the 2019 U.S. Alpine Championship on Sunday at Waterville Valley Resort. It was O'Brien's fourth consecutive win at the championships. The 21-year old took first in Alpine combined and super-G at Sugarloaf Mountain in Main