CONWAY — The 59-year-old North Conway Fire Station was demolished Monday to make way for the new $6.7 million station that North Conway Water Precinct voters approved at the precinct's annual meeting last month by a vote of 45-3.
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JACKSON — A man who led a protest from a skateboard through North Conway last month and called for defunding the police was charged with child pornography. On Father’s Day (June 21), Chris DeVries, 37, of Jackson led a protest he called “Skate Away the Hate,” which involved people riding bik…
OSSIPEE — A Bartlett man who was a major drug dealer in the valley in 2016 was sentenced to 14-28 years in prison Thursday in Carroll County Superior Court. In court, he expressed remorse for his actions and said he hopes others can learn from his mistakes.
PINKHAM NOTCH — The short but steep Glen Ellis Falls Trail — one of the most popular paths in the White Mountain National Forest — will be closed to the public, starting Monday.
CONCORD — With “moderate drought” conditions persisting across 56 percent of New Hampshire and “abnormally dry” conditions remaining in the northern part of the state, the New Hampshire Drought Management Team met Thursday to discuss drought conditions and impacts in the state.
CONWAY — “Schools Must Open In The Fall!!!” That was the message President Donald Trump tweeted out Monday morning, which quickly received a tweet from National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen Garcia: “You forgot to add the word, ‘Safely.’”
CONWAY — “It’s been a challenge, not only for us but for you and for everybody,” Dave Hausman of Big Dave’s Bagels in North Conway told U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) during her hourlong visit Thursday morning at his shop to find out how small business in New Hampshire have been faring du…
CONWAY — With nearly two weeks in the book for the annual Conway Parks and Recreation Department’s summer camp, officials could not be more pleased with how things are going. There have been no reported cases of COVID-19 among the children and staff. In fact, the camp continues to grow in size.
CONWAY — It was truly a Fourth of July like no other due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but a few citizens did their part to help celebrate the nation’s 244th birthday by placing 1,000 American flags throughout Conway, North Conway, Bartlett and Jackson.