LACONIA — A major road construction project on Court Street, a heavily traveled connection leading to Belmont, will force two nights of detours, the city Public Works Department says.
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WOLFEBORO — The Wright Museum of World War II will host its annual Family Day on Sunday, July 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. One of the Wright Museum's unique features is its stock of World War II vehicles in which visitors can ride throughout town during the day.
This is in response to the letter from Denise C. Burke of Gilford.
Please wake up and smell the roses. You should begin to listen to the news reports. Trump has recognized there is a serious mental health problem quite some time ago. Where have you been?
Where is the Democratic Party? The Party of the People is stuck in the status quo — the still reigning, old-line hierarchy of the Democratic party is unwilling to just be dedicated to well, to the democratic interests of its own political base. People know from real-life experience that the economy has been rigged against them for the benefit of the uber-rich and the political system has been totally corrupted by the bipartisan pay-to-play ethic that protects the status quo from interference by us commoners. While Republicans are a wholly-owned corporate subsidiary, unabashedly dedicated the narrow interests of the moneyed elites, the Dems' congressional elders, key party officials, entrenched consultants and corporate funders continue to push bland, business-as-usual candidates running on a pusillanimous policy agenda of vague "reforms" that don't actually change anything. Then the party establishment wonders why such people stray or stay home in November!
FRANKLIN — Therese M. (Bergeron) Atherton, 90, a lifelong resident of Franklin, died Sunday, June 17, 2018, at the Merrimack County Nursing Home in Boscawen following a short illness.
TAMWORTH — Open only for three years, Tamworth Distilling has already made a name for itself in the craft spirit community. But it’s the small company’s most limited product – released earlier this month in its smallest bottle – that has earned it worldwide attention. “Eau de Musc,” a two-ye…
Health and Wellness
MEREDITH — Central New Hampshire VNA and Hospice will hold a free blood pressure clinic at Moulton Farm on Thursday, June 28, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Area residents and visitors are invited to stop by and have their blood pressure checked during Moulton Farm’s Thursday afternoon cooking demonstr…
MOULTONBOROUGH — The Loon Preservation Committee will host its Seventh Annual “LPC Kayak-A-Thon” or “Yakking for Loons” on Friday, July 6. Paddlers will meet at 8 a.m. at Lees Mill Landing on Lake Winnipesaukee, just down the road from The Loon Center. Choose between the 2.5 mile “Ganzy” cou…