GORHAM — What appeared to the selectmen to be a simple adjustment that would roll back the clock some five years during the six warmer weather months at the state-owned parking lot on Route 2 has turned out to be more complicated than anticipated.
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Spring must be here. The tiny blue crocuses are open, song birds are singing, the dogs beg to go outside and lay in the sun, and the Senate has the state budget.
JEFFERSON — Arrangements have been made by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation to hold a combined Public Officials/Public Informational Meeting to discuss the bridge replacement on US Route 2 over the Priscilla Brook and a culvert replacement on US Route 2 over an un-named Brook i…
Theresa Beatrice (Lesperance) Reynolds, 91, a recent resident of the Grafton County Nursing Home in North Haverhill, N.H., and formerly of Elm Street in Woodsville, N.H., died unexpectedly on Monday, April 12, 2021, at Cottage Hospital, Woodsville.
Hello to all out in the reading audience and I trust you are enjoying this beautiful summer-like weather. It makes one want to get started with high school softball, baseball, tennis and track and field — which has occurred with preseason activity having been started and regular-season games…
BERLIN — Stephen Capone, president of Capone Iron Corporation, is a strong proponent of buying American and proudly advertises that his company produces steel made in this country “creating American jobs, generating American tax dollars, and supporting the American economy.”
GORHAM — Staff members kicked off Prevention Month in April at The Family Resource Center by wearing blue to commemorate the national day of awareness.