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Two taken to hospital after Walpole crash

A driver and passenger were hospitalized after a serious crash in Walpole. Police said a Swanzey driver veered off of Watkins Hill Road shortly before 1 p.m. Saturday. The car then crashed into several trees and rolled over before coming to a stop. Investigators believe speed was a factor, but sai

WMUR.COM - 2017-11-19 02:26:00

Lake Opechee plungers raise cash for Laconia Salvation Army

Accompanied by elves and reindeer, Santa Claus leads the charge into Opechee Cove on Saturday during the 13th annual Laconia Salvation Army Turkey Plunge. (JOHN KOZIOL/Union Leader Correspondent) LACONIA - For the 13th consecutive year, warm bodies hit cold water Saturday to raise money for the Sal

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-19 07:30:00

Tele-Talk: What are you thankful for?

In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast that is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies. For more than two centuries, days of thanksgiving were celebrated by individual colonies and states. The day is a national ho

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2017-11-17 22:33:00

Ashland man dies in rollover on I-93

HOLDERNESS - A 77-year-old Ashland man died Thursday morning when he lost control of his truck on slippery roads and the vehicle rolled over. A passenger received minor injuries in the crash. State Police Trooper Amanda Johnson said driver John Hughes was southbound in the right lane of Interstate 9


Ashland man, 77, dies in I-93 crash

HOLDERNESS - An Ashland man who was not wearing a seatbelt perished in a motor vehicle accident on Thursday morning, New Hampshire State Police said. The crash occurred at approximately 9:08 a.m. on Interstate 93 southbound in the town of Holderness, near Mile Marker 79.4. The crash involved a singl


Lakes Region has enviable record of charitable giving

LACONIA - The Lakes Region enjoys an enviable reputation as a collection of small communities filled with people who have big hearts, a place where hundreds eagerly volunteer to help meet the needs of children, families and other fellow citizens in need of assistance. And the volunteers have fun whi


ILHS Interact Club inducts new members

MEREDITH - The ILHS Interact Club inducted Senior Juliette Bean, Junior Quinn Taylor, and Freshmen Aalianna Marietta and Raven Strother on Nov. 14. The keynote speakers for event were board members from the Inter-Lakes Got Lunch program. The ILHS Interact Club has the motto service above self. Stude


Meredith Public Library expansion project awaits action

MEREDITH - The Meredith Board of Selectmen and the trustees of the Meredith Public Library have yet to formally give an up-or-down vote on a three-year plan for the renovation and expansion of the Benjamin M. Smith Memorial Library, but the lack of dissent on a committee recommendation puts the proj


Found: portion of land unowned since Clinton originated

A small tract of land that had never been owned by anyone since Clinton was founded in 1903 was accepted ... PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news from Clinton Daily News. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today! A small tract of land th

CLINTON DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-18 12:00:00

Ex-mayor, bank VP arraigned in fraud scheme

Ernest "Ernie" Leroy Currier enters the Garfield County Courthouse for his initial appearance on 33 felonies, involving 61 fraudulent loans and identity theft over 15 years, totaling more than $6 million Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (Bonnie Vculek / Enid News & Eagle) Ernest "Ernie" Leroy Currier enters


Machine tool company buys Lockport facility

The owner of the former machining division of Buffalo Forge has acquired a Lockport light industrial manufacturing facility to house its operation. Joseph Silva, owner and CEO of Buffalo Machines Inc., paid $310,000 to acquire the 17,612-square-foot facility at 240 Michigan St. in Lockport. The one-


Auction nets $440K for city

The Common Council approved the sale of properties Wednesday that the city of Lockport had seized because of tax foreclosure. These properties were sold in a Nov. 4 auction in their current state, and the bidders who bought them will be responsible for any future taxes and expenses, damages and pos

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN - 2017-11-19 05:00:00

Temporary holiday shops offer unique and local gifts

The hunt for holiday gifts is officially on. Instead of battling the mall crowds this year, consider one of Western New York's many holiday pop-up shops. From handmade to vintage to Buffalo-themed wares, local holiday pop-up shops are just like they sound: temporary, limited-time-only retail spaces,

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-19 05:00:00

World record attempt crosses through the Falls

If Traci Lynn Martin was looking to dry off a bit Saturday, she picked the wrong day to portage around Niagara Falls. The day was just another wet one among many wet days in 2017 for Martin. Martin and her "Just Around the Pointe" expedition floated up to LaSalle Waterfront Park on Buffalo Avenue Sa

NIAGARA GAZETTE - 2017-11-19 03:12:05

McKEEN, Thomas Charles "Tom"

McKEEN - Thomas Charles "Tom" November 9, 2017, due to complications from a stroke, born in Tonawanda, NY in 1957 to Tom and Gerry McKeen, he later settled in Virginia. Tom worked as a steel worker/plant manager and long haul trucker. He is survived by sons, David and Michael; grandchildren, Dalton

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-19 05:00:00

Ham, helpers still sought for Lord's Day Dinner

Matt Davis, a co-founder of the Lord's Day Dinner with his wife, was talking about the history of the event just a few days ago. Nearly three decades of service to the community - offering free meals to the disadvantaged and needy on holidays since the 1980s - has flashed by, according to Davis. "It

NIAGARA GAZETTE - 2017-11-18 22:06:49

Niagara Falls Water Board plans sewer plant upgrades, small rate hike

The Niagara Falls Water Board budget for attorneys' fees is nearly tripling, which one board member attributes to having to deal with the black, gunky discharges this year that shocked both residents and tourists and garnered unwanted international attention. (John Hickey/Buffalo News file photo) Th

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-19 15:10:55

Attorney general suing local contractor

A local contractor who has performed work in Western New York, including parts of Niagara County, is being sued by the New York State Attorney General's for failing to comply with a court order. Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced this week that his office is taking legal action in an ef

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN - 2017-11-18 05:00:00

Police respond to shooting in NW Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Huntsville police are on the scene at Poplar Avenue after a shooting call was reported after 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon. According to police, a man was shot and transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. Police are continuing to investigate the incident. No further

WHNT-TV - 2017-11-18 22:59:04

Police on scene of shooting in NW Huntsville

There is a heavy police presence near the intersection of Pulaski Pike and Poplar Ave. in NW Huntsville. A shooting was reported in the area around 3:30 p.m. Saturday. One male victim was taken transported from the scene via HEMSI with life-threatening injuries. WAFF has a crew on the scene working

WAFF - 2017-11-18 22:22:53