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The Mt. Washington Valley Chamber Annual Meeting Celebrated Community Spirit

by Christian Mower October 29, 2014 Front Page News

The Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce’s annual Meeting filled the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel with laughter and community spirit. During the event Emily Smith-Mossman and John Colbath were presented with this years White Mountains Treasure Awards for their outstanding community service and commitment to the Mt. Washington Valley. The two were congratulated in statements […]

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Maine Officials Prepared to Enforce “Voluntary” Quarantine

by Christian Mower October 29, 2014 Front Page News

FORT KENT, Maine (AP) — Maine health officials say they’re prepared to legally enforce the state’s “voluntary” quarantine on health care workers who’ve treated Ebola patients. Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew declined Tuesday to comment specifically on the case of nurse Kaci Hickox, who was confined against her will at a […]

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River Road in East Conway Closed All Week

by Christian Mower October 27, 2014 Front Page News

River Road in East Conway will be closed starting today and wont be reopening till the end of the day Friday. The closure is in order to make temporary repairs to enable The use of both lanes of the road through the winter season. Any one who needs to travel on River Road is going […]

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Dress Wearing Bank Robber in Rochester

by Christian Mower October 24, 2014 Front Page News

          On Thursday October 23 at 4:33pm Rochester Police responded to Bank of New Hampshire located at 301 North Main St for a report of a robbery that had just taken place. From the initial investigation officers learned a single white male entered the building at approximately 4:29pm approached the female […]

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New Hampshire Preservation Alliance “Seven To Save” for 2014

by Christian Mower October 23, 2014 Front Page News

A Berlin Building and few town halls made it on this years list of The “Seven to Save” for the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance. Since 2006, the program has focused attention and resources on significant historic properties that are threatened by deterioration or insufficient funds. Structures that make the list are selected based on their […]

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Cumberland County Sheriff’s Looking For Naples Purse Snatcher

by Christian Mower October 22, 2014 Front Page News

          The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying the individual responsible for robbing a woman of her purse while grocery shopping at the Umbrella Factory in Naples. On 10/21/2014 at approximately 3:15pm, a 41 year old Harrison woman had just purchased groceries and was walking out […]

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