MILLSFIELD — A Berlin man was killed in a logging accident Monday when the utility terrain vehicle he was operating suddenly accelerated while he was winching a log along Millsfield Pond Road and rolled into a ditch.
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GORHAM — Gorham High’s Class of 2023 valedictorian and salutatorian may be heading to college in different geographic directions and plan to study different academic majors yet they have something in common: humility.
GORHAM — As she sits at her desk in Town Hall, Denise Vallee reviews the usual pile of papers on her desk, glancing to check the desktop computer with the sound of each push notification.
CONWAY — On Sunday at approximately 12:30 p.m. New Hampshire Fish and Game conservation officers responded to an injured solo hiker near the summit of Middle Mountain.
BERLIN — A public hearing with fewer than 25 people in the audience was held Monday night on the $40.3 million budget for FY24, the fiscal year that begins July 1 and ends June 30, 2024.
Attempt at legal cannabis sales by liquor commission fails
GORHAM — Fifteen soon-to-be graduates of Gorham High’s class of 2023 qualified for Gold Tassel honors and were recognized in a May 17 ceremony that included introducing seniors Alec Wydra and Aimee Bousquet as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively.
LANCASTER — Pleading guilty to first and second degree assault/domestic violence charges, a Stewartstown man will avoid jail time if he abides by conditions set by the court including probation and sex offender counseling.
RANDOLPH — In a sincerely worded notice, town leaders are asking residents, especially those registered to vote, to attend a June 19 Special Town Meeting and vote again on a $1.9 million Durand Road repair bond that was not properly posted ahead of the March annual Town Meeting.
COOS COUNTY — A Montreal-based non-profit organization has revived its plan to provide overnight passenger train service between Montreal and Boston with stops in Berlin and Gorham.
GORHAM — It’s a Thursday morning social studies lesson inside a Gorham High School classroom. Block 1, which begins at 8:15 a.m. is underway.
CONCORD — Legislation that will keep the Burgess BioPower biomass plant operating is now on the Governor’s desk after it passed the state Senate on a voice vote last Thursday. House Bill 142 had already passed the House on March 23 by a 269-109 margin.
Nancy West, the founder and Executive Editor of InDepthNH.org, will be the recipient of the Michael Donoghue Freedom of Information Award given by the New England First Amendment Coalition (NEFAC) on June 1 in Boston.
BERLIN — The uncertainty surrounding the political stalemate over meeting the nation’s financial obligations continues and its impact would trickle down to local municipalities and local taxpayers. Mayor Paul Grenier joined mayors and town administrators from throughout New Hampshire in a vi…
SHELBURNE — It was a knock on the door of Shelburne Fire Warden Kevin Daniels’ home on May 19 that alerted him of a fire on the western slope of Crow Mountain. A neighbor, Matt Hickey, told Daniels there was a fire behind Daniels' house although quite a bit away.
SHELBURNE — Shelburne Fire Warden Kevin Daniels said he received a knock on his door around 2 p.m. on the afternoon of May 19 from a neighbor, Matt Hickey, who told him there was a fire behind his house on the mountain. They reported the fire on the western slope of Crow Mountain. Fire crews…