The New Hand Held Device Law will be put into effect July 1st here is what it means for you.
No use of hand held electronic devices capable of providing voice or data communication while driving or temporarily halted in traffic for a stop sign or traffic signal or other momentary delays.
This includes cell phones, GPS, tablets, iPods, iPads or other devices that require data
Emergency calls to 911 or other public safety agencies will be allowed
One hand non-cellular 2-way radio use will be allowed.
Teen drivers under the age of 18 will not be allowed to use any electronic devices (hand held or not) except to report an emergency. Anyone violating this will be subject to p enalties and license suspension or revocation.
Bluetooth or other hands-free electronic devices will be allowed.
Offenses May Result In The Following Fines
2nd Offense – $250 fine
3 rd Offense within 2 years – $500
*Penalty assessments will be added to the fines*
4th Of July Celebrations
Center Harbor, NH
- Parade Line – up for Judging at Chase Circle at 1:30 then the Parade begins at 2
- Concert at Band Stand by “The Center Harbor Town Band” at 7 pm.
- Fireworks at Atlas Pyrovision over the Harbor 9:15 PM
(Rain date for concert & fireworks July 5th)
- 4th of July Parade Saturday July 4th 12:00pm Parade, Main Street, Conway Village
- 3:00pm Presentation of Colors and National Anthem by Robin Croce.
- 3:15pm Tina Titzer’s Act One Dance Company recital
- 4:15pm 2nd Annual Chili Hot Dog Eating Contest to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project Sponsored by Big Dave’s Bagel and Importech.
- 7:00pm Live music by Discount Gigolos
- 9:05pm Debut of Happy Conway video
- 9:30pm Enhanced Fireworks
- Check out New Hampshire’s longest running Fourth of July celebration. The fun beings on Thursday, July 2 and Friday, July 3 with a carnival and concert and continues on Saturday, July 4 with a parade at 10 a.m. and fireworks at 9 p.m.
Full Break Down of Events Here
- July 5, Jackson Village Park Fireworks are scheduled for 9 p.m. or dusk.
- July 4 chicken BBQ from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at Hesky Park
- The Meredith Rubber Duckie Race begins at 4 p.m. at Mill Falls Marketplace
- The Brass Band Concert is at 7 p.m. in Hesky Park followed by fireworks at dusk over the bay.
- Patriotic Bike Parade & Contest 12pm at Keyes Skate Park (Bring a decorated bike, stroller or wagon)
- Field Activities 12 – 3pm at Keyes Stage (Hosted by DJ Dave Alcox)
- Town Official Belly Flop/Cannon Ball Contest 1pm at Keyes Pool, Food Concessions FREE entry to Keyes Pool
- Oxford & Clark (and friends!) 8 – 9:30pm at Keyes Stage
- Fireworks begin at dusk–Atlas Fireworks
- 4th of July Parade Saturday, July 4th Starts at 11:00 a.m. The parade starts at Blake Road and ends at the Lion’s Club on Old Route 109.
- There will be a complimentary cook- out at the Lion’s Club following the parade hamburgers, hot dogs, salad & refreshments
- 4th of July Parade starts at 10 a.m.
- July 4, Concert in the Community Bandstand, Cate Park, adjacent to Main Street and Wolfeboro Bay Wolfeboro, NH.
- The day opens with a parade at 10 a.m., starting on North Main Street and heading south.
- 9:30 or dusk there will be fireworks over Wolfeboro Bay. Band concert by the lake precedes the fireworks
- July 4 on the Fourth Road Race in downtown Bridgton begins at 8 a.m. Monday.
- Hot dog stand from 9 a.m. to noon at Oberg’s Insurance
- Fourth of July Parade at noon.
- July 4 Denmark’s Fourth of July Parade starts off at 10 a.m. from the Denmark Fire Station, and ends at Town Hall.
- A lobster roll luncheon will be held after the 4th of July Parade at the Denmark Community Center. For more information: Joan Knolla, 452-2887.
- Fourth of July Children’s Parade, begins 9:30 a.m. from the Main Building of Fryeburg Academy, ends at Bradley Park, where there will be free entertainment. For more information: Katie Malia at 935-8946 or Jean Andrews at 925-1163.
- Annual Fourth of July Flea Market, 8 a.m. to noon, Lewis Dana Hill Memorial Library, North Lovell; Lions Club Breakfast, 7 a.m., North Lovell Grange.
- Line up for Fourth of July Parade at 1 p.m., Tony’s Foodland, parade starts at 2 p.m. Fireworks at dusk, around 9:30 p.m. (rain date July 5), best viewing from Causeway area. For more information: 693-6364.
- Fourth of July Parade, starts at 11 a.m. at Waterford Flat.
Conway N.H. – There are going to be parking bans set up in the Conway Village and Shouler Park this year as Police anticipate large crowds for this years fourth of July Celebration. Since this year the honoring of our nation on July 4th will also play an important role in Conway’s year long 250th celebration the Conway Police Department wants to ensure that all of those participating in the many festivities planned, have a safe and fun filled day.
July 4th Parking Bans
- Conway Village for the parade which will start at 12:00pm – parking on both sides of Route 16 (Main Street) from Kennett Middle School to the intersection of Washington Street and Route Route 153 will be prohibited from 6:00am to approximately 3:00pm.
- North Conway/Shouler Park Celebration/Fireworks – parking on both sides of River Road from the Second Bridge to Route 16 in North Conway will be prohibited from midnight on July 3rd through midnight on July 4th
- North Conway/Shouler Park Celebration/Fireworks – Norcross Circle will be shut down to thru traffic at approximately 4:00pm. There will be limited parking available throughout Norcross Circle starting at 6:00 am.
(Cones and other markers will be utilized to designate areas where parking is prohibited)
There will be many approved places to park in Conway Village to include the Kennett Middle school and the Ham Arena. The Conway Scenic Railroad will also be operating a park and ride from Conway Village to Shouler Park in North Conway for the celebration. The fee for the train ride is $5.00 for ages 7 and up and $1.00 for those under 7. The iconic train will be running two trains between the station in Shouler Park and the depot on West Main Street (across from the Ham Arena). Visitors will be able to board the train in Conway at 2:00pm and 5:00pm. The train will also be running from Shouler Park back to Conway Village at 6:00pm and again at 10:15pm following the fireworks display.
Fryeburg M.E. – On May 28th 2015 Fryeburg Selectmen voted unanimously to allow the placement of purple domestic violence awareness ribbons on the Police Department’s cruisers and make them part of the permanent scheme. The ribbons were requested by Chief Joshua Potvin to help officers spread domestic violence awareness while on patrol.
Fryeburg Police joined domestic violence advocates and supporters at Bradley Park on Main Street in Fryeburg today for the unveiling of the ribbons. Lifelong resident and domestic violence survivor Donna Woodward placed the final ribbon on the cruiser at the ceremony.
“The ribbons will be a great additional to our cruisers and I am pleased to have the Selectmen’s support in helping spread domestic violence awareness. The ribbons display our ‘no excuse’ approach to these types of crimes. It is our policy to ensure those affected by domestic violence receive the proper support they need and to hold their offenders accountable” – Chief Joshua Potvin