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Bradford NH Considers Building Covered Bridge

Pond Bridge on North Shore Drive on Lake Masasecum was closed by the state due to surface structure problems numerous years ago. The bridge is on North Shore Drive and since its closure you can no longer travel the road

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Filings Start Today in Claremont for Municipal Election

Filings for Claremont’s November Municipal Election begin today, (Wed Sept.18) and filing period ends on Friday, Sept. 27 at 5 pm. Any Claremont registered voter can file at the office at the City Clerk’s Office in City Hall. There is

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Grafton to Auction off 9 Tax Deeded Properties on Sept. 28

The Town of Grafton is auctioning off nine Tax Deeded Properties at the Grafton Town Hall on Saturday Sept. 28. Registration starts at 9 am and Auction follows at 10 am. For more information click here.  For a list of

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Richards Library Prepares for Sarah Josepha Hale Memorial Park

Don’t fret if you see trees being cut on the side lot of Richard’s Library in Newport, it is in preparation of the Sarah Josepha Hale Memorial Park. Crab apple trees as well as lilac and other trees will be

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Mold in Tilton Middle School Could Cause Delay in School Start

Classes could be delayed for middle school students in Tilton. That’s because mold was found in some classrooms at Winnisquam Middle School. The custodians cleaning the school discovered a few spots of mold on the furniture, blaming it on the

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Newport Roads to Get Resurfacing

At Newport’s Annual Town Meeting voters voted to spend $250,000.00 on the roads in Newport, $30,000.00 of the funds will be used next week on roads. Town Manager Paul Brown says shimming of roads will begin on Aug 26 followed

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M.J. Harrington’s Celebrate 65 Years

It isn’t often that members of the same family get to celebrate their 65th consecutive year in business but the Lantz family will be doing just that from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. And don’t let the store

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Shaheen Tours Lebanon

Jeanne Shaheen toured Lebanon on Wednesday. She spoke with residents in the Slayton Hill and Dulac Street areas, that were damaged by the flash floods of July 1 and 2.

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Vandals Hit Springfield VT’s Main Street

Springfield VT experienced senseless vandalism on the walkways of Main Street between the areas of the Community House Bridge and the Town Library between 11 pm and midnight last night. Signs were broken; plants and flower uprooted and left on

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Local Towns Host Summer Meetings for Summer Residents

Residents who pay taxes but only live in the Dartmouth/ Lake Sunapee Region during the summer have a chance to voice their concerns at some area towns. New London is having a Non-Resident Tax Payer Board of Selectmen meeting on

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