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Berlin to Receive $500,000 for Northern Lights Senior Housing

by Christian Mower April 16, 2015 Front Page News

(Concord, NH) The NH Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) has approved Community Development Block Grant awards to eight New Hampshire municipalities and counties totaling nearly $3.1 million. The funds will go toward projects developing affordable housing, public works, and upgrading failing infrastructure which benefit nearly 2,600 low- and moderate-income residents in the Granite State. “These […]

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Conway 2015 Town Election Results

by Christian Mower April 15, 2015 Front Page News

Warrant Articles Article 2 Sought to define feather flags, to exclude Feather Flags from the Definition of Flags, and to Prohibit Feather Flags passed 692 to 550. Article 3 sought to permit business signs to project from the wall passed 1,000 to 243. Article 4 to permit the use of real estate signs at the […]

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Cancellations and Delays for April 9th

by Christian Mower April 9, 2015 Front Page News

Cancellations and Delays Brought To You By       2 Hour Delay SAU 9 Conway SAU 13 Freedom, Madison, Tamworth SAU 49 Wolfeboro, Ossipee MSAD 61 Bridgton, Maine MSAD 72 Brownfield, Maine White Mountain Waldorf School Mountain View Montessori        

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Breaking News In The Murder Investigation In Gorham

by Christian Mower April 7, 2015 Front Page News

Photo Courtesy of WMUR-TV New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, State Police Colonel Robert L. Quinn, and Gorham Police Chief P.J. Cyr announce that a homicide investigation has begun in Gorham, New Hampshire. An arrest has been made in connection with this murder. At 6:40 PM last night Gorham Police officers were inside the […]

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Christian’s Trip to the Top Of Mount Washington

by Christian Mower March 20, 2015 Front Page News

Christian Mower our News Guy got the opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the Mount Washington Observatory this winter. If the Audio Doesn’t play for you click here mount-washington-winter-adventure-3-20-15 For more information about the Mount Washington Observatory or to book your own day trip click here        

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Kibby Trials Looking Like They May Be Consolidated To One Court and One Judge

by Christian Mower March 15, 2015 Front Page News

It is looking like the case against alleged kidnapper Nathaniel Kibby might be consolidated to a single court but there remain arguments over pieces of evidence. The Prosecution asked once again that the over 200 indictments in both Carroll and Coos county be consolidated and moved to Belknap County under a single Judge. The defense […]

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