To the Girl Who Ripped a Grocery Basket Out of My Hands at Portland, Maine’s HannafordQ97.96 HOURS AGO
Speaker’s Office Sends Memo Explaining Actions in Merner Matter to House MembersInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
Op-Ed: Is a New Commission Needed to Probe the ‘Merner Matter’InDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
Ex-Rep. Merner Arrested, House COO Knew He Was Serving Illegally Before Session BeganInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
Sununu Says All He Knows About Ex-Rep. Merner’s Arrest is What the Public KnowsInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
Fallen Army Soldier Honored in New Hampshire Following Tragic Helicopter CrashAFmitrynewsNewsBreak Contributor
Join the Free Christmas Family Palooza on December 16th: Fun, Games, and Movie Night for Local Residents
December 16th from 5PM to 9PM. This is a completely free event and all families are welcome to join! Face painting and ornament making GAMES AND PRIZES Door prizes, Snacks and drinks Movie Night 7PM - The "CHRISTMAS CHRONICLES"Visit here for more details.
Winter Woes and Climate Realities: Oxford County's Outage Ordeal Meets National Resilience Efforts
Residents of Oxford County recently grappled with the aftermath of a severe winter storm that brought substantial snowfall, leading to widespread power outages on a chaotic Monday. Central Maine Power documented over 15,000 customers without electricity at the storm's peak, which particularly affected Kennebec and Oxford counties. By Tuesday morning, efforts continued to restore power to the more than 4,000 outages still remaining, while safety authorities urged residents to avoid hazards and preserve food safety in light of prolonged power losses.
Weekly Safety Report: Home Heating Oil Truck Overturns and Former Lawmaker Charged with Wrongful Voting in Coos County, New Hampshire
A home heating oil truck overturned in Jefferson, New Hampshire, resulting in one person being injured. The driver was trapped and had to be taken to the hospital for treatment. The crash was attributed to poor road conditions. Additionally, a former state lawmaker and selectman, Troy Merner, was arrested and charged with wrongful voting, misdemeanor theft, and falsification. He allegedly voted in a town election and filed mileage reimbursements for travel to the State House from a town where he no longer resided.
Oxford County Residents Make the Best of Power Outages Following Heavy Snowfall
Experience how Oxford County residents are making the best out of widespread power outages caused by a heavy snowstorm. From keeping a country store open with a generator to enjoying a true snow day, see how they adapt to these challenging circumstances.
The gas price fluctuate between $3.32 and $3.33 in Gorham as of 2023-12-05. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Tuesday is $3.229, a week ago the price is $3.246 , according to AAA.
Tuesday will be cooler, with more clouds than sun; Snow possible Wednesday?
An area of low pressure continues to bring pockets of snow to far northern New England, where a general 4 to 8 inches of wet snow has fallen, with lesser amounts (coating to 2 inches) as far south as Portland, Maine, Winsor, New Hampshire and Wilmington, Vermont. With snow showers...
Thousands still without power Tuesday morning due to snowstorm
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - Thousands of Mainers are still dealing with electrical outages Tuesday morning due to Monday’s snowstorm. As of 3:15pm Monday, more than 15,000 CMP customers were without power. As of 6 a.m. Tuesday, Central Maine Power was reporting 4,109 outages- mostly in Kennebec and Oxford counties.
Controversial speaker Miko Peled will appear at Bethlehem library at Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace event tonight
Library board hold special meeting to discuss and allow public comments on local peace organization’s program DELMAR – The Bethlehem Public Library’s Board of Trustees held a special meeting on […]
Enormous Year-Round Christmas Store in New Hampshire is a Must-Visit
Not only has this North Conway Christmas attraction been open since 1984, it's open every single day of the year (except for Christmas). This eight-room, 15,000-square-foot building was owned and operated by Richard and Ronnie Vander, and now owned by their son Greg Vander Veer and his husband Stephen O'Farrell.
Winter storm watch issued as several inches of snow possible in parts of New Hampshire
MANCHESTER, N.H. — A significant weather system is expected to bring periods of rain and snow to New Hampshire later this weekend. A storm with wintry precipitation will arrive Sunday. A winter storm watch has been issued for Coos and northern Carroll counties from Sunday afternoon through Monday morning.
Bethlehem Public Library Board Meeting and Community Event on Dec. 5: What Residents Need to Know
The Bethlehem Public Library's Board of Trustees has issued a statement and FAQ about a special board meeting and a community organization meeting on December 5. The board meeting is due to increased community outreach and will allow the public to discuss the 'Public Meeting Policy.' The meeting will follow a standard format, and attendees must follow the Library's Patron Conduct Policy.
Fish and Game to hold biennial public hearings this month
The state’s Fish and Game Department will hold two biennial hearings this month, an opportunity for the general public to offer input on any aspect of the agency’s operations. The hearings, which are held every other year, will take place on:. Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. at...
Former Fall River Mayor Transferred to Pennsylvania Prison
FALL RIVER (WBSM) — Former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia has been transferred from a federal prison in Berlin, New Hampshire to the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In April of 2022, Correia began serving his six-year sentence after being convicted of 11 counts of fraud, extortion and...
Milan, New Hampshire: A Tapestry of History and Resilience
Nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Coös County, Milan's journey began in 1771, known then as Paulsburg. It would be in 1824 when the town was reborn as Milan, paying homage to Milan Harris, a respected family's scion who left an indelible mark on the community. Milan's rich historical fabric is woven from its early days of logging and farming, industries that shaped its identity and continue to be celebrated by its residents.
Tractor-Trailer Rollover Causes Major Cleanup and Road Closure on Route 115
Witness the aftermath of a tractor-trailer rollover on Route 115 in Jefferson. The truck, loaded with home heating fuel, caused a major mess that took hours to clean up. The driver, trapped initially, was quickly rescued and hospitalized.
No discipline for sheriff and employees who carried guns in Maine schools but weren’t cops
School resource officers are supposed to be law enforcement vested with the power to make arrests, according to Maine law.
NH Chronicle: Safe Haven Ballet
December 6th, 2023 — Tonight, we are getting into the holiday spirit with the Grinch and the Sugar Plum Fairy thanks to the holiday performances of Safe Haven Ballet. The company not only puts on a remarkable show loaded with talent, but they're on a mission to serve their community by providing free trauma-sensitive ballet and art classes for survivors of abuse.
Sununu Says All He Knows About Ex-Rep. Merner’s Arrest is What the Public Knows
CONCORD – Gov. Chris Sununu said he would support a change in a 2016 judicial policy related to relaying information to gun dealers about some who have been involuntarily committed to a psychiatric facility and weighed in on a number of other hot political topics in a meeting with reporters in his office Wednesday, including the arrest of former state Rep. Troy Merner.
David M. Shribman: The bright promise of winter and political storms
NORTH CONWAY — The snow, soft and silent, fell overnight, leaving this old ski village covered in white, recasting the landscape, altering the view, adjusting the mood, transforming the outlook. Now we know why the Aubuchon Hardware store over in nearby Center Ossipee has been advertising snow blowers, shovels, firewood and heating-stove pellets on its roadside sign. Now we know why the migratory birds have fled, the drizzles have had an icy edge, the storm warnings in these parts suddenly have taken on an air of peril.
Family Resource Center of Gorham: Aiding Families in Northern Grafton and Coos Counties
Discover how the Family Resource Center of Gorham is making a difference in the lives of families in Northern Grafton and Coos counties. From winter essentials to Christmas presents, the center is a beacon of hope, serving over 226 families last year alone.