January 15, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

RVCC program gets help from Tuck School of Business &nbsp

CLAREMONT — When Martha Mott, Director of the Work Ready NH program at River Valley Community College (RVCC), needed to learn how to use social media to promote the work readiness program, she turned to the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth Colleg More...

Local

Proctorsville woman escapes furlough &nbsp

PROCTORSVILLE — On Friday, Jan. 8, Krystal Pelkey, 39, did not return home and police have not been able to locate her. She was placed on escape from furlough on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 3 p.m. More...

Obituaries &nbsp

Ethel L. Redlein &nbsp

NEWPORT — Ethel L. (Booker) Redlein, 82, of Meadow Road in Newport, died Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016, surrounded by her family. She was born March 15, 1933, in West Point, Georgia, the daughter of Emory and Mary (Cantrell) Booker. More...

Special Sections

BF residents air concerns over proposed justice center &nbsp

BELLOWS FALLS -- Bellows Falls resident Margaret Perry said she thinks the village is too small a place to locate a federal detention and rehabilitation center."It's presence will overwhelm anything that's here. More...

Strategic planning focused on economic development, taxes &nbsp

CLAREMONT — At the beginning of each new council term, the council identifies a number of goals for the next two years.  Mayor Charlene Lovett requested that each councilor identify what they believed to be the most important things for the city More...

School board ratifies $28.7 million budget &nbsp

LANGDON — The Fall Mountain Regional School Board unanimously ratified the 2016/2017 school budget for $28,716,120. More...

Council votes to heat the JSL building &nbsp

CLAREMONT — The city council voted unanimously at Wednesday night’s meeting to expend up to $8,000 from the general fund to heat the Junior Sports League (JSL) building. More...

Sports

Newport RB has season to remember &nbsp

 NEWPORT — Noah Wade knows where his bread is buttered, so to speak. The Newport tailback rushed for close to 2,000 yards and scored 35 touchdowns this past fall to lead the Tigers to their first undefeated season since 1973 and the NHIAA D More...

Newport, Stevens, Bellows Falls lead 2015 All-Eagle Football Team &nbsp

The local gridiron offered up plenty of excitement this past fall as five of the six area teams made runs into the state playoffs. More...

Wildcats drop inaugural Unified Basketball game &nbsp

LANGDON — Thursday marked Fall Mountain’s inaugural Unified Basketball game. More...

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