Claremont, NHPosted by
Claremont Bulletin

Claremont gas price survey: Cheapest station saves $0.14 per gallon

(CLAREMONT, NH) For bargain hunters there may be no better target than gas, with the cheapest station in the Claremont area offering savings of $0.14 per gallon. According to a survey by GasBuddy, Shell at 188 Washington St was the cheapest station in the area, with regular listed at $2.91 per gallon at the pumps Wednesday. That was compared to Sunoco at 258 Vt-131, where a gallon of regular was selling for $3.05.
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Lebanon, NHValley News

Bottom Line: Seller ironing out deal for Lebanon mill site, former home of Kleen laundry

A mystery buyer wants to redevelop a historic Lebanon mill site into a residential, office or retail complex. A contingent sales agreement has been reached to sell the former Kleen laundry plant, once known as the Lebanon Woolen Mill, on the Mascoma River, according to Brown Commercial Realty, which is representing the seller, to an unidentified party that seeks to develop the property.
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Concord, NHConcord Monitor

Vintage Views: A house askew on North Main Street

There was once a gentleman walking the cobbled streets of Concord during the year 1785, he was simply out for a stroll, very in love and looking for a location to build a home for himself and his bride-to-be. He searched and searched and finally settled on a small lot...
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Concord, NHConcord Monitor

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Four Concord High School ice hockey players have been selected to play in the All-Star Twin State Hockey Classic on Saturday at Stowe Arena in Vermont. The Twin State games features the top seniors from New Hampshire versus the top seniors from Vermont. Proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish. Concord defenseman Alex Forward will represent the New Hampshire boys, while three Tide players – forwards Joanna Dustin and Jaelyn Kelleher, and blueliner Maria Armaganian – will represent the Granite State girls.
Claremont, NHThe Eagle Times

Ronald A. Craig

Ronald A. Craig CLAREMONT -- Ronald Allen Craig 73, passed away on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, at the home of his daughter in Weston, Vermont. He was born September 18, 1947, in Claremont, NH the son of Stanley D. and Mavis (MacDonald) Craig. He attended Claremont schools, graduating from Stevens High School class of 1965. He served in the United States Navy in Vietnam from 1965 to 1969. He later served in Desert Storm with the 131st Engineering Division of the Vermont National Guard. Ronald was married to Bette Abbott in Claremont, NH. they divorced and he was later married to Amanda Craig in Lempster, NH. they later divorced. Mr. Craig was a Police Officer with the Windsor Police Department (VT) and later employed with Allied Security working security at Ruger Firearms in Newport, NH. After retirement, he enjoyed camping and fishing. He is survived by two sons: Daniel Craig of Pembroke, NH., and Jason Craig of Claremont, NH., one daughter Jennifer Craig and her husband Eric Deutshbein of Weston, Vt. Grandchildren; Riley, Colby, Tyler, and Connor. One brother; David Craig of Claremont, NH. and one sister Nancy Legace of Springfield, Vt. He was predeceased by his parents, first wife Bette Abbott Craig and by two brothers: Douglas Craig and Gary Craig. Services will be at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are by Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield, Vt.
Lebanon, NHUnion Leader

Ben Seiler: He shoots, he scores ... in two sports

CONCORD — When Ben Seiler started playing both soccer and basketball, he was drawn to arguably the most exciting part of both sports: shooting and scoring. The Mascoma Valley of Canaan rising senior did plenty of both for the Royals on the pitch and the court last school year. Seiler...
Valley News

Jim Kenyon: Asking a lot of questions

In college, I had a journalism professor who — paraphrasing the Chinese philosopher Confucius — liked reminding his students the only dumb question is the one that isn’t asked. With that in mind:. What does Lebanon know that the rest of the state doesn’t?. New Hampshire’s 12 other cities have...
Hopkinton, NHConcord Monitor

Hopkinton seniors rejected on special moments

For good reason, signs inside the wooden barn at Hopkinton Middle High School where graduation was held Friday night read “no smoking.”. But after Hopkinton’s Class of 2021 filed out of the barn to Life is a Highway, smoke floated up from dozens of lit cigars as the 73 graduates celebrated completing a major milestone after an unusually challenging senior year.
Claremont, NHPosted by
Claremont Bulletin

Claremont Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Claremont: Saturday, June 19: Mostly sunny then slight chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while slight chance of showers and thunderstorms then partly cloudy overnight; Sunday, June 20: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly cloudy overnight; Monday,
Tilton, NHPosted by
Tilton (NH) Weather Channel

Tilton Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Tilton: Saturday, June 19: Slight chance of rain showers then slight chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while slight chance of showers and thunderstorms then partly cloudy overnight; Sunday, June 20: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly
Concord, NHConcord Monitor

Concord High graduates look to make the future better

Concord High School senior Divine Irankunda was initially hesitant to enroll in cosmetology classes at the Concord Regional Technical Center. Growing up in the Gihembe refugee camp in the northern province of Rwanda, Irankunda loved braiding hair for fun and thought she might be interested in pursuing it as a future career.
Merrimack County, NHConcord Monitor

Franklin graduation celebrates with sense of normalcy

Elizabeth Guillotte may have spent nearly half her high school career enduring a global pandemic— but she doesn’t want her class to be defined by COVID-19. On Friday evening, seniors at Franklin High School, dressed in cobalt and gold caps and gowns, processed through a crowd of their loved ones to receive their diploma. For many graduating this year, their high school career has revolved around ever-changing infection control guidelines.
Claremont, NHThe Eagle Times

Rocco A. Reola

Rocco A. Reola CLAREMONT — Rocco Antone “Rocky” Reola, formerly of Claremont, New Hampshire, died April 22, 2021, at the age of 92, at Care One Rehabilitation Center in Newton, Massachusetts. He was born in New Britain, Connecticut, on Jan. 3, 1929, a son of the late Joseph and Margaret (Yelenak) Reola. Rocky served in the U.S. Army from age 18-22 and was later hired at United Technologies Corp. in Hartford, Connecticut, eventually transitioning to shift supervisor. In his retirement years, he loved to find treasures at flea markets and yard sales which he would shine up and repair for resale. He enjoyed a good conversation, the laughter of family and friends, and an occasional lottery ticket. Despite various difficulties that came his way, Rocky was often the one to bring others joy in their times of trouble, rather than worrying about himself. Rocky is survived by his loving wife, Gail Eagles Reola, whom he married Nov. 20, 2020; and stepdaughter Donna Joki, whom he lived with in Brookline, New Hampshire. He also leaves two stepsons, Douglas Eagles and Nelson Fontaine; and a stepdaughter, Jeanne Meehan; along with several step-grandchildren and -great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Roseline (Root) Reola, of Claremont, New Hampshire, who died in 2013. A graveside service will be held privately in the Ascutneyville Cemetery in Ascutney, Vermont, at the convenience of the family. There are no calling hours. The T.J. Anderson & Son Funeral Home, 250 Main St., Townsend, Massachusetts, is assisting the family with the funeral arrangements. For further information or to leave an online condolence, please visit their website at

Big crowds round out 98th annual Motorcycle Week

LACONIA, N.H. — The 98th annual Laconia Motorcycle Week wraps up this weekend, and many business owners said it will give them the boost they need after they were hit hard by the pandemic. Event organizers and local officials said Motorcycle Week seemed to be the busiest in years, a...

Haylie Witham graduates from Plymouth State University

PLYMOUTH, New Hampshire — Haylie Witham, of Thomaston, graduated from Plymouth State University during its 150th Anniversary Commencement Ceremony on May 8, 2021. Witham received a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Witham was among more than 670 Class of 2021 students who received degrees. Established in 1871, Plymouth State University...