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Man wanted after assault in Charleston turns himself in

CHARLESTON — A 57-year-old man who was wanted by police after an assault in Charleston turned himself in yesterday,. On June 18, authorities were notified of an assault that occurred the night before which resulted in several injuries on Westmore Road. Police say that Kevin Guckin was involved in...
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Deadly New Hampshire crash trial begins for Volodymyr Zhukovskyy this month

RANDOLPH, NH (WWLP) – The trial for the West Springfield man charged with hitting 10 motorcyclists and killing seven of them in 2019 is expected to begin this month. Jury selection is scheduled to begin on July 18 and the trial is expected to begin on July 26 at Coos County Superior Court in Lancaster, New Hampshire. A final pre-trial hearing will also be held on July 13. The trial was originally scheduled for November 2021 but was rescheduled.
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Police: Driver clocked doing 90 mph on Route 105 in Charleston

CHARLESTON — A 42-year-old man from Island Pond was charged with excessive speeding in Charleston yesterday. Police say the white sedan was seen traveling west on Vermont Route 105 traveling at a high rate of speed at around 10:00 a.m. Vermont State Police radar was activated and revealed a...

Stratford hires Scott as new head football coach

The Stratford football head coaching position wasn't open for long. Just two weeks after former head coach Thomas Porter resigned to become the defensive coordinator at Davidson Academy, Stratford announced on Tuesday they hired Preston Scott Sr. to take fill the vacancy. “I want to thank the administration team at...

Northern Adventures: Family-friendly Opportunities to Explore the Outdoors

Grab a paddle and take on Pancake Wave, Fluffy Bunny Hole and Grandma’s Revenge in the Errol Rapid section of the Androscoggin River. North Woods Rafting is open for the 2022 season, offering classic New England white-water fun for you and your family (for ages 5 and older). If tackling the class-two rapids doesn’t sound like your idea of fun, relax with a weekday nature float on the river, with chances to spot moose, loons, otters and more of New Hampshire’s northern wildlife (also for ages 5 and up). If you’d rather choose your own adventure, they also rent canoes, kayaks and gear, and will provide shuttle service to takeout and put-in spots.

Federal money could boost state and municipal recycling programs in N.H.

This story was originally produced by the New Hampshire Bulletin, an independent local newsroom that allows NHPR and other outlets to republish its reporting. Brian Patnoe, who runs the transfer station in Lancaster, is tired of seeing materials that could be reused or recycled end up in a landfill because the North Country lacks a recycling facility to process them.
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Stratford girls basketball team picking up where it left off

It’s clear as day to Stratford High School girls basketball coach Kelly McNeil. Without debate, this summer is the best "we’ve ever had." “They’re understanding what’s at stake here, especially since four out of the five starters are seniors,” McNeil said. “They’ve bought into what we have to do. There has been a lot of energy.”