February 17, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Council approves building study for city hall repairs &nbsp

CLAREMONT — The City Council voted Wednesday to move forward with a city hall building study and use the results to guide and prioritize future repairs.  The council approved $10,500 in city funds to conduct the projected six-month study.&n More...

Local

Riverside Middle School Quarter 2 honor roll &nbsp

Grade 6   High honorsOwen Babcock, MacKenzie Bushey, Madison Marie Clark, Thomas Czwakiel, Emma Dana, Olivia Howard, Ella Robinson, Emma Snyder, Alexis Tewksbury, Madailein WolfHonors More...

Sunapee man to head New London concert band &nbsp

NEW LONDON — Mark L. More...

Red River announces new CEO &nbsp

CLAREMONT — Red River, a technology transformation company, announced Wednesday, Feb. 15 that Jeff Sessions has been appointed the company’s new CEO, effective immediately. More...

Opinion

Mayoral Notes &nbsp

Reversing negative trends

Though municipalities and school districts across New Hampshire have been negatively impacted by the decline in state revenue for several years, a recent vote in the House could mark a reversal of that trend.  That is welcome news as municipalit More...

Obituaries &nbsp

Carol E. Twyon &nbsp

SUNAPEE — Carol Elaine Twyon, 77, of Garnet Street, passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017.Born in Winchester, Massachusetts on Feb. More...

Special Sections

School consolidation on the mind as vote nears in Westminster &nbsp

WESTMINSTER — Members of the Westminster School Board met on Wednesday, Feb. 15 to discuss both the governor’s proposed level-funding plan for education, and later in a special community forum, the upcoming consolidation vote for Act 46.Gov. More...

Quilting business owners excited about new location &nbsp

CLAREMONT — A stitch in time, multiplied by thousands of mechanical stitches, makes for some brisk and intricate work at Four Pines Quilting in its new location at 467 Washington St. More...

Police arrest suspect in bank robbery &nbsp

SPRINGFIELD — Police have apprehended the man who allegedly made off with cash from an armed robbery at the Citizens Bank in Springfield Wednesday night.   Springfield police arrested 35-year-old David Barror Thursday for his alleged i More...

Sports

Newport wrestlers, Springfield dancers, Stevens bowlers to take state stage &nbsp

State-level competitions take center stage Saturday in several sports. The Newport wrestling team is heading to Winnisquam for the NHIAA Division III Wrestling Championships while the Stevens bowlers will be at Strikers East in Raymond for the N More...

FM sweeps Tigers &nbsp

LANGDON — Fall Mountain held off two stubborn Newport teams Thursday night to add to their win totals on the year.The boys defeated Greg Pickering’s squad 42-29 and Ross Dole’s girls team fell 39-30 in a dandy of a nightcap game.  More...

Local roundup: Lakers perfect again &nbsp

Girls BasketballSunapee 67, Concord Christian 30It was quite a night for celebrating at Sherburne Gymnasium. The Lakers completed their third consecutive undefeated regular season, recognized their seniors and witnessed another 1,000-point scorer. More...

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