GORHAM — A longtime Gorham Paper and Tissue employee has died from injuries he received in an accident at the paper mill four weeks ago.
CONWAY — The 18th annual Food Drive for Vaughan Community Service Inc. of North Conway met its goals Wednesday, with residents donating food and making cash donations to help the center’s food pantry as well as other local pantries.
CONCORD — New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald has made public the names of the state troopers who were involved in an officer-involved shooting incident on Nov. 7 that resulted in injuries to an Ossipee man.
CONWAY — According to Town Manager Tom Holmes, the public has some misconceptions about the tax spike that some property owners have experienced following this year’s revaluation.
CONWAY — Jim Hill, director of administrative services for SAU 9, is hoping that two new maintenance items will be part of the 2020-21 operating budget.
CONWAY — Turnout was light but reaction favorable from those in attendance to the first architectural draft of a plan to replace the North Conway Fire Station at a public hearing held last week at the North Conway Water Precinct.
CONWAY — “We’re Cougars, we help people,” a bunch of third-graders said as they left Conway Elementary School carrying food to the Conway Village Congregational Church (the Brown Church) as part of the school’s 19th annual food drive last Friday morning.
SHELBURNE — Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, who finally conceded defeat in his bid for a second term after a recanvass of votes showed him still 5,000 votes behind challenger Andy Beshear, actually hails from the North Country of New Hampshire.
BARTLETT — Democratic State Rep. Anita Burroughs says she's fixing her campaign finance paperwork from 2018 after being called out about it by a local Republican.
CONCORD — Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, a Democrat, threw a last-minute hat in the ring Thursday, saying he feels he can bring that special something that seems to be missing from the race.
CONWAY — While the Mount Washington Valley has long been a mecca for skiers, hikers and more, a new collaborative approach is expanding our recreational offerings to outdoor enthusiasts like never before.