CONWAY — The North Conway Grand is appealing Conway's planning board's decision to approve a Market Basket Grocery to the New Hampshire Suprem…
CONWAY — The Route 16 corridor through North Conway was shut down for about 15 minutes Sunday afternoon as local firefighters battled a truck …
CONWAY — If you like sports, or even if you don’t, you’ll want to root for Camden Bailey this fall. Entering his sophomore year at Kennett Hig…
ALBANY — A group calling itself Carroll County Broadband seeks to bring high-speed internet access to every home and business in the county an…
CONWAY — The North Conway Grand is appealing Conway's planning board's decision to approve a Market Basket Grocery to the New Hampshire Supreme Court after losing in Carroll Superior Court.
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To say that Madison had one hell of an Old Home Week is an understatement. There was many an activity to be a part of, and nothing needed to be moved around or canceled, despite a minor attempt by Mother Nature to wash away the corn-hole tournament.
The “new” Conway Village Grammar School, built on the old school lot beside the then-Congregational church on Main Street in 1886, originally accommodated students through the eighth grade. In 1912, the building was jacked up and moved to the back of the lot near Pequawket Pond, and two room…
LACONIA — The 2019 American College of Surgeons Quality and Safety Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., was attended by Kathleen Hayward, RDN, LD, program coordinator of the Weight Institute of New Hampshire and Karin Salome, BSN, RN, metabolic bariat…
Arthur Eugene Flint, 94, of North Port, Fla., and formerly of Melrose, Mass., and Punta Gorda, Fla., passed away peacefully Thursday, Aug. 8, at TideWell Hospice in Port Charlotte, Fla.
CONWAY — If you like sports, or even if you don’t, you’ll want to root for Camden Bailey this fall. Entering his sophomore year at Kennett High School, Camden has his sights set on being the extra point kicker for the varsity football team, and the starting quarterback for the junior varsity…
BARTLETT — Little Angels Service Dogs is up and running in Bartlett at Sky Valley Ranch, with the first two clients recently being welcomed to meet their “furever” friends and learn to become certified working teams.
Last week’s Tele-Talk question — “What can our politicians do to make prescription drugs more affordable?” — received 23 responses. Many said pharmaceutical influence over politicians must stop, while others complained about cost, advertising, revision patenting and corporate greed.