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
Quiet Selectmen’s Meeting, But LGBTQ+ Issues Simmer in LittletonInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
1,000 Sign Letter Opposed To Regulating Public Art in LGBTQ+ ControversyInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
Dem Rep: Merner Said House Leadership Told Him To Stay On After Moving Out of DistrictInDepthNH.orgNewsBreak Contributor
Luis Guzmán donates winnings from 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' to Vermont nonprofit
CABOT, Vt. — A local Vermont organization received a big shoutout on primetime TV this week from none other than actor Luis Guzmán. Guzmán appeared on Wednesday's episode of "Celebrity Wheel of Fortune" and donated his $30,000 winnings to Neighbors in Action, a local nonprofit with locations in Cabot and Lyndonville.
Former Lancaster State Rep. arrested for wrongful voting and other charges
CONCORD, NH — New Hampshire State Rep. Troy E. Merner, 63, of Carroll, has been arrested and charged with one class B felony count of Wrongful Voting in violation of RSA 659:34. The complaint alleges that Mr. Merner knowingly voted for an office or measure at the March 8, 2023, Lancaster town election and that he was not qualified to vote in Lancaster as provided in RSA 654, because he was not domiciled there for voting purposes.
Man injured after home heating oil truck overturns in Jefferson
JEFFERSON, N.H. — One person was injured after a home heating oil truck overturned in Jefferson. The large vehicle crashed in the area of Owls Head Highway around 4:10 a.m. Monday, trapping the driver. He was taken to the hospital for his injuries. One tank from the trailer burst...
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.
Bloomfield's Stone House Tavern: Preserving History Amidst Modernity
In the quaint township of Bloomfield, the Stone House Tavern stands as a beacon of history, its roots deeply entrenched in the fabric of the community. Built in 1830, this landmark on the National Register of Historic Places originally offered sanctuary to travelers as a tavern and inn. Today, it has been thoughtfully transformed into a private residence, yet it continues to embody the essence of a bygone era. The tavern's enduring architecture and its role in the town's narrative make it a cherished emblem of Bloomfield's heritage.
Convicted former Fall River mayor is moving to new prison facility
Jasiel Correia had been serving his six-year sentence at a federal prison in New Hampshire.
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, causing hours of closure. The truck, loaded with home heating fuel, resulted in a significant clean-up operation. The driver, trapped initially, was swiftly rescued and hospitalized.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Dogs Of jefferson, NH Need You!
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around jefferson..
Today the gas price is close to $3.49 in Northumberland as of 2023-11-29. Find the available 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 Wednesday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.281 , according to AAA.
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.
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.
Granby: A Living Museum of Revolutionary Spirit and American History
Nestled in the verdant landscapes of New Hampshire, the town of Granby stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of the American Revolutionary War era. Chartered by Governor Benning Wentworth on June 5, 1762, this New Hampshire Grant town is approaching its 260th anniversary, a historic emblem steeped in the period that continues to draw history buffs and scholars. Each year, Granby bursts into celebration with its Charter Days, a multi-day event echoing the pride of its historical charter with music, food, and reenactments that bring the past to life.
The Alluring Mystery of Mount Prospect: A Treasure Hunter's Dream
Dalton's skyline is crowned by the majestic Mount Prospect, a peak surrounded by mystery and the lure of hidden riches. According to local legend, this highest point in the region is the final resting place of treasures buried by the notorious Dalton Gang before their infamous Coffeyville heist. The possibility of gold and silver coins tucked away beneath the earth has captivated many, with adventurers and tourists alike setting out on expeditions to uncover the truth. This enduring tale has intertwined with Dalton's history, suggesting that the mountain may hold more than just natural beauty.
Attorney asks DES to suspend review of latest Casella landfill application
This story was updated on Nov. 29 at 5:28 p.m. with a statement from a Casella spokesperson. An attorney representing opponents of Casella Waste Systems’ proposed landfill in Dalton has requested the Department of Environmental Services suspend its processing of the application. Amy Manzelli, of Concord-based BCM Environmental &...
Local Residents Invited to NH Fish and Game Public Hearings on December 12 and 19
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department will hold two public hearings on December 12 and December 19, 2023. These hearings are open to the public for comments on the Department's work. The first hearing will be in Lancaster, NH, at the Department’s Region 1 Office. The second will take place at the Department Headquarters in Concord, NH. Executive Director Scott Mason invites hunters, anglers, and wildlife enthusiasts to attend.
Burke crash leaves teen with life-threatening injuries
The crash took place early Saturday morning on Route 5.
Thousands remain without electrical power following Monday’s storm
Remaining outages on Tuesday have centered on Washington, Orange and Caledonia counties, where Washington Electric Cooperative is working to repair lines. Read the story on VTDigger here: Thousands remain without electrical power following Monday’s storm.
Thanksgiving tradition takes to Barton roads
BARTON — Running through the streets, a holiday horde gathered for a pre-feast foot race as the annual Turkey Trot returned for its twenty-first year. The five-kilometer benefit saw seasoned sprinters and leisurely walking participants each out for a jaunt ahead of their traditional Thanksgiving dinners. A few canine companions completed the course as well. Some lucky individuals even got to take home something extra for their banquet, courtesy of the library.
Driver arrested on DUI charges after crashing into tree in East Burke
BURKE — At approximately 8:32 p.m. on Nov. 24, Vermont State Police responded to a report of a single-vehicle accident at the intersection of VT Route 114 and Mountain Road. Upon arrival, troopers found a car that had collided with a tree. The driver, identified as 24-year-old Ivie Carle...
2023 White Mountain Season Celebration – Fisher Auto Parts Flying Tigers
N. Woodstock, NH — In the weeks leading up to the annual Banquet of Champions, we will be having a 2023 Season Celebration for each of the six divisions that call White Mountain Motorsports Park home throughout the summer. Following the Dad’s 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Division, Wayne’s Market Dwarf Cars, Ammonoosuc Asphalt Mini Late Models and Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis, it’s time to celebrate one of the Northeast’s most historic divisions; the Fisher Auto Parts Flying Tigers!