PINKHAM NOTCH — The New England Bill Koch League strives to introduce youngsters to the lifelong sport of cross-country skiing and all that it…
CONWAY — While Laconia police are just starting to dabble in the use of drones, the Center Conway Fire Department has been using them for year…
OSSIPEE — During a pretrial hearing, a prosecutor and defense attorney battled each other in front of a Carroll County Superior Court judge We…
CONWAY — Leadership MWV’s Class of 2020 are presenting a fundraising collaboration with White Mountain Trail Collective — the chance to win a Ford F150 truck or $25,000 cash.
Fryeburg Academy Theater will present its 2020 One-Act Festival play, “Last Tuesday” on Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. The people in Donald Margulies’ play are strangers on a train, but not to us. They are familiar figures on a Metro-North train going fr…
Anyone who has visited the Fryeburg Public Library has seen Ben Newman’s painting of an idyllic elm-lined Main Street in Fryeburg, Maine.
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules Feb. 21 voted unanimously to approve He-W 589, the new Medicaid to School rule put forward by the N.H. Department of Health and Human Services.
Jeffrey Joseph Wenger passed away peacefully on the morning of Sept. 18, 2019. Surrounded by the love of his family and the melodies of Bach, he slipped out of this life in the quiet, humble manner that he had walked on the earth.
STANDISH, Maine — Senior co-captains Julia Quinn and Lexi L'Heureux-Carland, both Fryeburg Academy alumni, Class of 2016, continue their collegiate seasons on the basketball hardwood for the Saint Joseph's Monks (18-8, 10-2 conference) in the Greater Northeast Athletic Conference tournament …
BARTLETT — Featuring blue skies, plenty of snow on the ground and lots of chocolate, the Mount Washington Valley Ski Touring and Snowshoe Association’s 31st Inn-to-Inn Chocolate Festival on Sunday was the best attended ever, officials said.
There were 23 responses to this week’s Tele-Talk question: Should the state accept federal money to create new charter schools? Responses were roughly 3 to 1 in favor of charter schools.