With local restaurants and bars closed or only doing take-out due to the COVID-19 crisis, musicians who regularly perform throughout the valle…
CONWAY — Local educators are going on a road trip this afternoon, figuring that if the students can’t come to school, they will head out to see them.
CONWAY — During the COVID-19 pandemic, folks across the Mount Washington Valley have been looking for ways to pitch in and try to lighten the …
CONWAY — Construction of a Market Basket isn't the only building project developer Robert Barsamian has in mind for North Conway.
Michelle Cruz of the Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce serves on the White Mountain Outdoor Fest Committee. The inaugural event has been postponed to June 2021 due to coronavirus concerns. (TOM EASTMAN PHOTO)
The Rotary Club of Ossipee Valley seeks to identify and encourage men and women who embody Rotary’s motto of “Service Above Self” to continue their education in preparation for, or to supplement, a career.
The selectmen had what turned out to be their last public meeting of the month on March 18. Only Selectman Rick Hiland and Selectwoman Cathy Ryan were actually in the room (though sitting far apart). Selectman Joe Ferris was on the phone. They reviewed and signed the manifest and other neces…
Anyone who has visited the Fryeburg Public Library has seen Ben Newman’s painting of an idyllic elm-lined Main Street in Fryeburg, Maine.
CONWAY — Although Memorial Hospital is feeling some strain on its finances as it shifts services to cope with the COVID-19 outbreak, for now, it remains in good financial shape and all employees are still on the payroll, hospital officials say.
CONWAY — Ted Sares, the burly North Conway resident, has been recovering from a muscle pull and attendant painful back spasms that ironically were not caused by powerlifting, and has been undergoing physical therapy.
BARTLETT — “Sales have been pretty much overwhelming. It’s been really hard to keep up with the orders, but hopefully by the end of the week or the start of next week we will be caught up.”
Built in 2004, this cape-style duplex PUD has been nicely remodeled and is located at 178 Webster Road, Unit 17B in Conway, a quiet neighborhood, yet close to Mount Washington Valley amenities.
There were 75 responses to this week’s Tele-Talk question:Should short-term rentals be banned? The vast majority of people who responded were in support of a temporary ban of short-term rentals, which Gov. Chris Sununu put into place Monday. Responses are below and at conwaydailysun.com.
GREETINGS FROM THIS reporter in a condo, as the coronavirus pandemic grows in our beloved New Hampshire and we all try and adapt to the new normal.