Although the calendar said the year was 2018, Town Balloting Day on Tuesday felt a lot like 2017 when, as now, voters rejected the proposed expansion of the North Country Environmental... 0
After a two-month investigation, the New Hampshire Attorney General's office has ruled that a state trooper was justified killing a 26-year-old Canaan man. Jesse J. Champney died in a field near the... 0
Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald will release results Wednesday afternoon of his office's probe into the officer-involved fatal shooting of Jesse J. Champney in Canaan last Dec. 23. 0
With a nor'easter, a heavy voter turnout and a familiar, controversial item on the warrant, town meeting day 2018 felt a lot like town meeting day 2017. 0
An inn in the White Mountains changed hands last week. The Silver Fox Inn was recently acquired by the Waterville Valley Resort. Formerly a Best Western, the 32-room hotel had been operated by Tor... 0
NORTH HAVERHILL – A Vermont man pleaded guilty Monday to sexually assaulting a 13-year old girl last summer in a bathroom at the Kilton Public Library in West Lebanon. 0
An unattended truck containing fireworks led to a scare at the Mount Washington Hotel, New Hampshire State Police said Sunday. 0
LITTLETON – Less than a week before Bethlehem voters consider expanding the North Country Environmental Services/Casella landfill, two environmental groups on Thursday announced that they may... 0
More than two dozen rescuers responded when an Epsom woman who slipped while descending Mt. Whiteface's Blueberry Ledge Trail had to be carried out with an ankle injury. 0
"I look up, and there's the northern Presidentials shining white in the sun. And I thought, 'We've got to make skis!' Being a ski bum, it seemed like a good idea," said Kevin St. Gelais. 0
Hikers familiar with Pinkham Notch have likely gazed up at - or climbed to - Square Ledge, a prominent outcropping on the side of Wildcat Mountain. 0
Saying it wants to consider both sides before rendering an opinion, the Coos County Planning Board on Wednesday night gave the Cog Railway seven weeks to respond to a conservation group's complaint... 0
It's a sure sign of spring: colored eggs hidden for kids to find......and we've "gathered" all of the Egg-citing Easter Egg Hunts taking place across the Granite State for you to find! Hop this way... 0
Fish and Game conservation officers said a Florida woman suffered minor injuries after crashing the snowmobile she was riding Monday in Albany. 0
LINCOLN — A Massachusetts man was seriously injured when he was thrown from a snowmobile and struck a tree, state Fish and Game officials said Monday. 0
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Don't forget to wear green on Saturday when you head out to any of the activities happening in the Granite State. Watch for leprechauns and green beer! "Like" if you are...
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