CONCORD — North Conway restaurant Luchador Tacos says it apologizes to current and former staff for underpaying them by about $74,000 and has …
OSSIPEE — Selectman Jonathan Smith said Monday that when the Whittier Covered Bridge reopens after $2 million worth of repairs, it will be for…
CONWAY — Selectmen at their next meeting Oct. 11 will be visiting Norcross Circle in North Conway to see whether six parking spaces behind the…
CONWAY — Superintendent Kevin Richard was the bearer of some good news at Monday’s Conway School Board meeting. With the books for the 2021-22 school year now closed, a $3.9 million surplus can be returned to offset taxes.
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FRYEBURG, Maine — The Met: Live in HD, the Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live high-definition cinema simulcasts, will begin its 16th season on Oct. 22, with a live transmission of "Cherubini’s Medea," a Met-premiere production starring soprano Sondra Radvanovsky in the title r…
The Bartlett Public Library, in partnership with the Jackson Public Library and the Pope Memorial Library, will be co-presenting an all-ages performance of "Walker Between Worlds" by Leland Faulkner on the lawn at the Jackson Library on Saturday, Oct. 1, at 3 p.m.
CONCORD — The N.H. Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health Services, as newly required by N.H. House Bill 1608, is providing instructions for residents to withdraw their COVID-19 vaccine information from the N.H. Immunization Information System.
CONWAY — The Kennett High girls’ soccer team won its third match in a row — all shutouts — with an impressive dismantling of rival Berlin under the lights in Gary Millen Stadium on Tuesday night. The Eagles jumped up to a 4-0 first-half lead and never looked back on their way to a 6-0 win.
CONWAY — The Conway Planning Board on Sept. 22 gave unanimous conditional site-plan approval to developer Robert Barsamian to turn Building G at Settlers Green in North Conway into a restaurant/lounge at 359 Common Court.
This beautiful home (2,600 square feet) and shop (5,000 square feet) on over 5 acres of lawn and woods is located at 67 E. Main St. in Denmark, Maine.
There were 31 responses to the Tele-Talk question, “Do you think Conway’s sign ordinance should be changed? If so, to what?" Few Tele-Talk responders directly answered the question, but all seemed in favor of letting the mural/sign stay at Leavitt’s Country Bakery.