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Senior Center planning trip to island of Coudres
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Regional Senior Center, part of the Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, would like to extend an invitation to attend an informational session for anyone interested in a trip to the Canadian island of Coudres in mid-September. Trip participants do not need to live in Graft
Plymouth wants to swap land with state for new $20m National Guard armory
PLYMOUTH — Concerned about the loss of prime commercial property from the town’s tax base, Plymouth officials are asking the state to swap 69 acres of town-owned land on Quincy Road for state land on Mayhew Turnpike, where the NH National Guard plans to build a new $20 million armory.
Most of us like living in Bristol & appreciate our volunteers
I just wanted to say in reply to the article in the January 17 Laconia Sun: the people who represent us in elected offices try their best to govern us faithfully and efficiently. Many of them are volunteer overseers of our government. Many residents like living in the town of Bristol and appreciate
'Little Mermaid' goes under the sea in ETC's silver anniversary show
PLYMOUTH — More than 100 community members of all ages will help the Educational Theatre Collaborative (ETC) at Plymouth State University swim into a kingdom beneath the sea with “The Little Mermaid.” In its 25th year, ETC is staging the Broadway musical from Disney Wednesday, Jan. 23, to Sunday, Ja
Flying Monkey bringing That Physics Show to Plymouth
PLYMOUTH — The Flying Monkey Performance Center will present That Physics Show on Saturday, Jan. 12, at 6:30 p.m. Written and performed by lifetime physics demonstrator David Maiullo, That Physics Show uses the magic of theatre to make science fun.
New Hampshire director of travel and tourism to visit Plymouth
PLYMOUTH — Vicki Cimino, director of travel and tourism for the state of New Hampshire, will present an update on the current statistics of visitors to the state and current marketing strategies for attracting tourists.
New Hampshire Man Accused of Smoking Crack, Engaging in Sexual Acts Behind Wheel
Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, arrested a man accused of a number of "nefarious" activities while behind the wheel on Tuesday. Michael Douville, 51, of Nashua, was allegedly smoking crack cocaine while his female passenger engaged in sexual acts as he was driving.
Hills like Abenaki feed skiing’s future
It’s a place of duct tape, work gloves, rope tows, smiles and more than 80 years of stories. Abenaki Ski Area is a community-inspired and fueled tiny feeder hill outside downtown Wolfeboro.
2018 year-end Winnipesaukee and Winnisquam waterfront sales report
There were just seven waterfront homes sold on Lake Winnipesaukee in December 2018, with an average price of $1,080,228 and a median price point of $782,500. That is down sharply from the 22 transactions posted last December. But have no fear, it was still not a bad year overall!
'The Little Mermaid' at Plymouth State University Jan. 23-27
PLYMOUTH — Celebrating its 25th year of staging innovative, entertaining theatrical productions, the Educational Theatre Collaborative at Plymouth State University will present 'The Little Mermaid' Jan. 23-27, at the Silver Center for the Arts.
Massive NH Snowstorm Could Drop 2 Feet
SOUTHERN NH — The biggest snowstorm so far this winter will bury New Hampshire in up to two feet of snow this weekend. More than a foot of snow is expected from Concord to Nashua to Portsmouth Saturday night into Sunday night. The Keene region will be hit hardest, as 19 inches of snow is expected, a
A Nod to Clapton and Petty
Plymouth, NH: The Flying Monkey Performance Center welcomes Journeyman and The Pettybreakers on Friday, January 25th at 7:30 pm. The Icons of vinyl tour brings the ultimate tribute to Eric Clapton and Tom Petty to Plymouth for one night. Tickets for this concert start at $29.
Lawmakers seek to allow swimming at car-top boat launches
CONCORD — Several area lawmakers are backing legislation to allow swimming at some boat launches in the name of promoting public access to water. However, the Fish and Game Department has long maintained that swimming near a boat launch is a safety concern.
Former state rep fills interim seat on Franklin city council
A former state representative who is the program director of the New Hampshire Children’s Scholarship Fund is now an interim member of the Franklin City Council. Kathleen Lauer Rago was elected to the city council on Monday night, beating out five other candidates. She received four votes from counc
Veteran Songwriter Ushers in New Talent
Plymouth, NH: The Flying Monkey Performance Center welcomes Tom Rush on Saturday, January 26th at 7:30 pm. New England folk icon Tom Rush is joined by young gun Matt Nakoa for an uplifting night of folk music. Tickets for this concert start at $29.
Market Basket coming to Plymouth this year
PLYMOUTH — By the close of the year, shoppers in the greater Plymouth area will have another option for groceries. Market Basket is beginning sitework this winter for a store on Tenney Mountain Highway and, according to a spokesperson for the Tewksbury, Massachusetts-based company, construction will
Police Seek Help With New Hampshire Road Rage Attack
Police are seeking help with a road rage incident in Bedford, New Hampshire. Bedford Police say they responded to a call about an assault in progress and fight between two drivers at the end of Boynton Street near the intersection of Route 101 at 8:35a.m. Thursday morning.
Local man indicted for drug trafficking
LACONIA — A local man has been indicted on drug trafficking charges. James D. Karr Jr., 30, of Hounsell Avenue in Laconia, was indicted on three counts of possession of drugs with intent to distribute. He was also indicted on four counts of simple drug possession.
College roundup: St. Anselm men top Assumption
The Saint Anselm College men’s basketball team rebounded from its first loss of the season with a 78-70 Northeast-10 Conference win over Assumption on Saturday in Worcester, Mass.
Consider becoming elected or appointed official in town of Bristol
Bristol is looking for a few good people! If you want to make a difference in Bristol, here’s your chance. Last year, the legislative body passed a warrant article which means the Budget Committee will have six open positions. The Selectboard will also have open positions as will a number of other e