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Great Food Truck Race comes to Lakes Region
CONWAY — After 10 seasons, the Food Network’s “Great Food Truck Race” has found its way into the Granite State. Food trucks from across the country are in the Lakes Region this week filming Season 11 of the Food Network show, which will air sometime in November or December as a holiday special.
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
Boat Museum to Host Annual Ice-Out Event
WOLFEBORO —The New Hampshire Boat Museum (NHBM) in Wolfeboro is thinking spring, as staff prepare for the annual Ice-Out celebration on Fri., April 12. Tickets to this year’s event, sponsored by Maxfield and Island Real Estate, include an hors d'oeuvres cocktail hour, buffet dinner and cash bar.
Driver indicted for U-turn in fiery crash that killed Pittsfield man
BRENTWOOD — A Seabrook woman is facing a negligent homicide charge for allegedly causing a fiery crash that killed another driver in Northwood. Holly Ann Sawyer-Neenan, 25, was indicted this month by a Rockingham County grand jury on one count of negligent homicide in the death of Rick Taylor, 55, o
ICE detainee caught with handcuff key may get years in NH prison for it
DOVER – A detainee is facing seven years in prison for allegedly being in possession of a handcuff key while in custody. Rigoberto Villalona Contreras, 36, is charged with delivery of prohibited articles when officials discovered the handcuff key on him during a routine booking search Nov. 30 at the
KRHS completes self-evaluation study for accreditation
WOLFEBORO — Kingswood Regional High School (KRHS) has wrapped up its self study process with a report for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges in preparation for a three day visit from evaluators from outside the district. Every teacher has been on at least one of the standards commit
LRTC and KRHS Career Fair highly attended
The Wolfeboro Police Department's K9 Riggs, receives all the admiration a dog could want during the Career Fair at the Lakes Region Technology Center. His handler, Sgt. Michael Strauch, looks on. (Photo by Elissa Paquette) (click for larger version)
Police: Sandwich shop owner didn't pay contractors
BARRE — A Northfield man who allegedly failed to pay contractor bills worth thousands of dollars for his sandwich shop in Berlin was arraigned in Washington County criminal court this week.
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.
Family of late teen settles suit with driver
DOVER — A “mutually agreeable” settlement has been reached in the civil suit Noah Ratliff’s family filed against the driver who hit and killed him on Route 125 in Rochester, according to the driver’s attorney.
Puckerbrush to play for contra dance series
WOLFEBORO — The Community Contra Dance Series presented by Global Awareness Local Action will continue on Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Wolfeboro Town Hall’s Great Hall from 7 to 10 p.m.
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
Robert Kraft, New England Patriots Owner, Being Charged In Jupiter, Florida Prostitution Bust
JUPITER, Florida (CBS) – Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, will be charged in a prostitution bust in Jupiter, Florida. Kraft, who denies doing anything illegal, was allegedly caught in the act on video, according to police.
Dover Aroma Joe's drive-thru flasher alleged to be Farmington man with kids in the truck
DOVER – A Farmington man who is alleged to have exposed himself while ordering coffee at Aroma Joe’s could get years in prison if convicted. Police officials say Adam Upson, 25, had two children under the age of four in the pickup truck with him at the time of the incident. He was indicted by a gran
Friday's Area High School Results
Pinkerton (52): Lombard 22, Reynolds 14, MacDonald 9, Bolduc 4, DaBreo 2, Day 1, Packowski 0. Sanborn (56): Sarette 15, Khalil 10, Lovely 4, Kalinowski 3, Thornton 5, Brown 0, Giles 15, Bush 4, Pugh 0, Kilimonis 0, Botecelli 0, Sitomer 0. Totals 19-8-56.
Squam Lakes Association to lead hike to Red Hill Fire Tower
MOULTONBOROUGH — The Squam Lakes Association will lead a hike to the Red Hill Fire Tower on Saturday, Feb. 23, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., giving participants an opportunity to learn about land use history in the Squam Lakes Region and the state of New Hampshire.
Rochester man charged with drunken crash, injuring woman
DOVER — A local man has been indicted on three counts for allegedly crashing his car while drunk, causing significant injury to his passenger, and nearly striking both a barn and a resident checking her mail.
School board names Tucker as next superintendent
LACONIA — The school board on Friday selected Steve Tucker, a popular former high school history teacher, as the district’s new superintendent. Tucker, the director of curriculum for Gilford School District, signed a three-year agreement with first-year salary set at $132,000 and pay for subsequent
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.
‘Cupid of Chaos’ may be prosecuted in New Hampshire first
ALFRED – York County District Attorney Kathryn Slattery said both Maine and New Hampshire are willing to extradite Michael Middleton, the man charged in New Hampshire with bigamy and who faces a number of charges in Maine.