Published DateSaturday, June 2
• The public has borne the $5 million bill for two decades of cleanup at the Kearsarge Metallurgical Corp. site despite repeated efforts to bill the companies and individuals responsible for contaminating the site.
• The Kearsarge Metallurgical site is 99 percent clean, according to officials. State and federal officials are looking for public input on whether to let Mother Nature take care of the rest.
• There is no record of health problems for people who worked at the Kearsarge Metallurgical, making valves for the nuclear industry during the 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s.
• The Mount Washington Valley Soccer Club will be showcasing several major events for the club's teams and soccer programs this Sunday.
Tuesday, June 5
• The area receives more than four inches of rain over a 48-hour period, causing some flooding and crop damage.
• The man who pleaded guilty to murdering Krista Dittmeyer won't get out of jail until he is at least 70 years old — if then. Anthony Papile is 29 now.
• More than nine months after record floods decimated dozens of homeland camps in Transvale Acres, the town is looking to use state law to force property owners who haven't cleaned up into action.
Wednesday, June 6
• Gene Chandler, R-Bartlett, will seek a 16th term in the New Hampshire House of Representatives,and he will run in the newly created Carroll County District 1, which covers Bartlett, Jackson and Hart's Location.
• A hungry black bear has been roaming around the Seavey Street area and large amount of trash strewn around in its wake.
• The first sheriff's deputy to respond to the scene of an alleged attempted murder in Albany tells the jury what she saw, as the trial of Richard Moulton continues.
• Conway Village fire chief Steve Solomon reports no major damage from the weekend's heavy rains.
• The Kendal C. and Ana Ham Charitable Foundation has awarded $30,000 to White Mountain Community Health Center and $10,000 to Laura Foundation for Autism and Epilepsy.
Thursday, June 7
• The town receives an application for a Walmart expansion. The company plans to expand its existing 100,000-square-foot store onto the neighboring Chick Home Center property, and Chick will move its operations to Hobbs Street.
• Authorities believe a woman who robbed a Kennebunk Savings Bank in York, Maine, last week is the same person who hit the Bank of New Hampshire branch in Conway Village last month.
• Conway selectmen approve a plan to construct a turnaround in Hussey Field in hopes of getting canoe launch traffic out of the road.
• Bartlett Education Association and the Bartlett School Board have returned to the bargaining table in hopes of working out a new teachers' contract.
Friday, June 8
• Kennett High softball team rallies in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat ConVal, 5-4, and advance to the Division II state championship game in Manchester.
• Three people sign up for state representative in Conway in the new Carroll County District II on the first day of candidate filing for state and county offices. Also, former county attorney Robin Gordon is seeking to return to that office after being defeated by Tom Dewhurst two years ago.
• Conway town officials say they're expecting to receive an application for a Market Basket grocery store behind Northway Plaza and T.J. Maxx.
• Three people — Angelo Milia, Paul Naughton and Cliff Hall — are running for Fryeburg selectman. Election is June 12.