Great North Woods
In 1997, Carl Drega of Columbia killed two state troopers, a judge and a newspaper editor in Colebrook and then fled to Vermont, where he died in a shootout that injured four more troopers. 0
The company wants to get you out of your carbon-emitting car and into automated pod cars that zip along tracks at least 19 feet above the ground. 0
Maynesborough was finally settled in 1823-1824, with farming as the first industry. In 1829, the town was reincorporated as Berlin. 0
In the place where NH State Troopers Scott Phillips and Les Lord were murdered 20 years ago, their friends honored them Friday for making “the ultimate sacrifice.” 0
Editor's Note: The following editorial by News and Sentinel of Colebrook Publisher Karen Harrigan initially ran in that newspaper last week. It reflects, as only that hometown newspaper could, on the... 0
Two people were seriously hurt in separate off-road vehicle crashes over the weekend. 0
Hirsh Fischbein, 21, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was operating a rental OHRV when he crashed it into a large orange reflective gate. He will be held responsible for the cost of repairing it. 0
With the recent receipt of a second grant, The City That Trees Built is now looking to hire an engineer to determine whether it one day might also be called The City That Trees Heat. 0
The City that Trees Built and Jericho Mountain State Park treated a record 7,000 all-terrain-vehicle enthusiasts to huge amounts of Northern hospitality and some of the best mud anywhere. 0
Windham Selectman Bruce Bretton is writing on behalf of Salem Selectman Everett McBride, Lancaster Selectman Leon Rideout, Rollinsford Selectwoman Jodi Lavoie Carnes, and Bedford Councilor Melissa... 0
Ronald Bisson, 56, of Penacook was charged with operating an OHRV in an unsafe manner and carrying a passenger younger than 18 who was not wearing a helmet or eye protection. 0
With construction expected to start in October, the group behind the proposed rehabilitation and expansion of The Balsams resort has filed four site plans with the Coos County Planning Board in... 0
An off-highway recreational vehicle rolled on its side, injuring a man Thursday afternoon. 0
In an action that could affect a 35-room hotel proposed by the Cog Railway on the western slope of Mount Washington, the Coos County Planning Board has voted to leave largely intact zoning ordinances... 0
MOMS has doubled down on its New Hampshire roots, celebrating the grand opening this month of a powersports store here and acquiring an even larger commercial space in nearby Groveton. 0
There are only a couple more weeks until school is back in session. Enjoy the last whispers of summer with fairs and festivals for all ages. This is practically festival season. Naturally, we found...
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