The first stop of the Can Do Multiple Sclerosis 31st annual Vertical Express Series will be at Loon Mountain Saturday. 0
It's a blustery Friday night, and Almost, Maine (so named because it never really organized into a town) is buried in snow. 0
As the New Hampshire Senate prepares to consider House Bill 617, “An act requiring state police to wear a camera when interacting with the public,” several North Country agencies are... 2
Despite closing the Bear Notch Trail System here Monday due to icy conditions, Chris Gamache, the chief of the New Hampshire Bureau of Trails, is certain that there is some good snowmobiling left in... 0
The Department of Energy has announced new dates and locations for public hearings on the environmental impact statement for the proposed Northern Pass Transmission project. 2
The death of a 94-year-old woman in her Badger Street home was a result of smoke and soot inhalation from a faulty furnace and was accidental, officials have ruled. 0
A Bartlett man was arrested for allegedly possessing illegal drugs, including marijuana and methamphetamine, Friday at a local inn. 3
Two weeks after imposing it, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services on Friday lifted a boil order for customers of Lisbon's water system. 0
Voters at Wednesday's deliberative session will weigh in on a $900,000 bond article whose supporters are hopeful the money can be used to leverage up to $7.3 million in grants and donations for a... 0
Ice climber Peter Lindahl, 36, of Medford, Mass. was injured Sunday when he fell 20 feet while climbing Upper Hitchcock Gully on Mount Willard in Hart's Location. 0
Customers of the town's water supply system, in which E.coli bacteria was detected, remain under a boil order that appears likely to extend into a third week. 1
A Rail Jam, featuring snowboarders taking runs atop some unconventional surfaces, will cap off Waterville Valley Resort’s in a Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) fundraiser this weekend. 0
Loon Mountain will tranform its Blue Ox trail into a snow-covered golf course as part of a Feb. 5 fundraiser for New Hampshire’s 200 Court Appointed Special Advocates, volunteers who advocate... 0
While state police continue to investigate the Saturday death of a pedestrian who was hit by an alleged drunk driver, friends of the late Paul A. Gelinas are mourning him back in his Bay State... 0
Now in its second week, a boil order affecting customers of the municipal water service may be lifted as soon as Wednesday, according to Town Administrator Dan Mirhalski. 0
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