Loudon, NH

Belmont Police Log

BELMONT — Police handled 134 service calls from 11 a.m. on Sept. 26 through 11 a.m. Monday. Five people were arrested.

New Hampshire farm owners say business still good despite inflation

CONCORD, N.H. — Inflation has meant a slowdown for many businesses in New Hampshire, but it doesn't not appear to be affecting farms that offer experiences like apple and pumpkin picking. At Apple Hill Farm in Concord, owners Chuck and Diane Souther have 55 acres of fruit trees and...
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Laconia Police Log

LACONIA — Police handled 62 service calls from 8 a.m. Wednesday through 8 a.m. Thursday.

Students graduate from fast-tracked health care worker program in New Hampshire

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Three months ago, a group of would-be health care workers attended a job fair. Wednesday night, they graduated and will soon help lessen the critical shortages in the medical field. Graduates include medical assistants, patient service representatives and licensed nursing assistants. Done through the state’s community...

Camera in Upper Valley captures apparent sight of feral hog

MANCHESTER, N.H. — A resident of New Hampshire's Upper Valley captured video of what appears to be a feral hog in her backyard, and wildlife officials are now trying to track it down. Experts said feral hogs aren't found in New Hampshire or the surrounding area, so this one...

1 dies of injuries suffered in multi-vehicle crash in Weare, police say

WEARE, N.H. — One driver is dead after a multi-vehicle crash in Weare last week. Police responded to a crash on South Stark Highway by Martin Road last Thursday afternoon. Police said the drivers of both vehicles suffered serious injuries and were transported to Concord Hospital. One of the drivers, Patricia Herbert, has succumbed to those injuries, police said.

Barbara Shaw Park dedication: ‘Her passion was helping people … and we miss her dearly’

MANCHESTER, NH – In all her years of service to her community — as an educator, a state representative and Ward 9 alderman – Barbara Shaw was a study in persistence, tenacity and how to get things done. For more than four decades she tirelessly served her constituents, celebrated her students as they went on to become husbands, wives, mothers, fathers and community leaders, and most of all, cherished her own family.

Local artist unveils new sculpture Columbus Day Weekend in Gilmanton

GILMANTON — Local artist Nick Pugh will unveil his latest installation sculpture "Vega" on Saturday, Oct. 8, at Gilmanton’s Own Market. The unveiling is part of the Cultivating Community event series, and includes an open studio event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Breakfast and lunch sandwiches will also be available from resident chef Sarah Baldwin-Welcome.

From avid skier to ‘Super Lawyer’

Dick Samuels’ contributions to New Hampshire as an attorney with McLane Middleton can be credited to skiing. Samuels earned his bachelor of arts degree from Union College in New York and a master of arts from Duke University in North Carolina. Then, he hit the slopes. “After college I...

Wow House: 30 River Road In Concord, New Hampshire

CONCORD, NH — View this new listing in town. Wow. Listing Description: Tucked away from the road with over 200′ of frontage on the slowly meandering Contoocook River is this reimagined home. Built as a camp in the early 1900s and enjoyed for years as a getaway among the pines. Newly rebuilt with walls of windows, large open concept living areas, a chef’s kitchen, luxury tile baths, and so much more! The builder is ready to add the finishing touches, and you could be enjoying the holidays in your new oasis! Reach out for more information and to schedule your tour. Please respect the neighboring homeowners and do not drive down the driveway without an appointment. Some of these photos are artists’ renderings and represent what the finished home will look like, subject to change and open to buyers making different selections.

Maryland governor shares philosophy with NHIOP crowd

GOFFSTOWN, N.H. – How can a Republican win an election in a predominantly Democratic area? Maryland Governor Larry Hogan tied in that answer with a larger overarching philosophy on the current state of the country during a visit to the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College at the New England Council’s latest Politics and Eggs event on Thursday.

Everett Arena Youth Stick Practice

Youth stick practice (ages 13 and under) takes place September 9, 2022 through November 25, 2022. Practice hours are on Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Admission is $10 with free entry for goalies. Full equipment is required. No parents allowed on ice or benches. Find more information at...

Explore Girl Scouts Oct. 12 in Gilmanton

GILMANTON — Girl Scouts follow their own convictions, take the lead in their own stories, and explore all the extraordinary things they’re capable of. Girls in grades K-3 and a caregiver are invited to learn about opportunities to get involved in your community. Try out sample activities and see the many ways to get involved.