APRIL FOOL’S CAME a little late this year with Friday’s nor’easter, which created havoc with the daffodil crowd and caused a temporary chill i…
Spring is the time to look forward to warmer weather, even though there was snow in the forecast on Friday. It’s a time to anticipate the gree…
A unique opportunity to write about a rescue in the mountains has occurred. All rescues in the White Mountains are unique, but this one is esp…
Sylas Chandler Merrill was born to Cody and Hannah Merrill of Bridgton, Maine, on April 9, 2021, at The Family Birth Center at Memorial Hospital in North Conway, N.H. He weighed 9 pounds, 13 ounces. The maternal grandmother is Marcie Loiselle of Templeton, Mass. The paternal grandparents are…
Recent spring-like weather with gentle breezes and warm sunshine has inspired gardners, cyclists and hikers. Ice has totally disappeared from our lakes, ponds and driveways and even the slopes of Mount Chocorua. Earth Day is coming up on April 22 and there are preparation in Tamworth and nea…
As a parent, finding out that your child, teen, or adult child has been sexually abused is often the worst experience you will have. It is understandable that any parent whose child has been harmed will go through many of their own difficult feelings.
Brian Scott Kelley, an Episcopal priest, poet, civil rights activist and compassionate advocate for the marginalized and vulnerable, died peacefully at his residence in Concord, Mass., on April 6, 2021. He was 92 years old.
FRYEBURG — Fryeburg Academy Nordic Coach John Weston has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Maine Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association’s Larry Lebrie Distinguished Service Award Outside the Field of Athletic Administration.
GLEN — Living Shores, New Hampshire's first aquarium, featuring interactive, educational experiences for all ages, will reopen to the public on Saturday, May 8, concluding a 15-month closure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
We talked a bit about making the most of your outdoor space last week and I wanted to continue that thread this week. We're back home now and enjoying the seasons changing and the temperatures (slowly) rising.
On Thursday, Gov. Chris Sununu announced he was letting the statewide mask mandate, which he had ordered on Nov. 20, 2020, to expire as of midnight Friday, citing falling deaths from COVID-19 and increasing vaccination rates. “It is important to note that this mandate going away will not lim…
APRIL FOOL’S CAME a little late this year with Friday’s nor’easter, which created havoc with the daffodil crowd and caused a temporary chill in everyone’s spring gardening, replacing our rakes and hoes with shovels we thought were safe to put away.