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Drive Time Interview: BBQ and Concert

by Tony Zore on June 15, 2018

Tony Zore sits down with Carly Goss to discuss the Arts Council of Tamworth’s upcoming BBQ and concert. It’s happening Sunday, starting at 7pm at The Preserve in Chocorua.

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Fay Sentenced To Serve No Jail Time

by Christian Mower on June 15, 2018

 

OSSIPEE, NH – The woman found guilty this spring of animal cruelty to dozens Great Danes in her Wolfeboro mansion will serve no jail time, but is responsible for paying back nearly $2 million for their care until they find new homes.

Christina Fay was convicted in May of 17 animal cruelty charges. Prosecutors initially had recommended a yearlong jail sentence, but a judge suspended that for twice monthly therapy sessions.

She was also ordered to pay restitution for the care of the dogs, currently the figure stands at around $1.9 million for the Humane society of the united states and $18,000 for the Wolfeboro Police Department.

Yesterday the judge also had determined that one dog should be euthanized after seriously injuring a caretaker. Homes will be found for 78 dogs. Fay is allowed to keep the two dogs she has.

Fay’s attorneys said she would be appealing to the New Hampshire Supreme Court and most of the sentences will have to be stayed until then.

The efforts to re-home the dogs ca begin, however the issues around the restitution that Fay would owe the Wolfeboro Police and the humane society, possible jail time, and future dog ownership will be dealt with in another trial.

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Drive Time Interviews: NCCC Summer Camp

by Tony Zore on June 14, 2018

Tony Zore sits down with Ian Harmon and Jonathan Reid to discuss the N. Conway Community Center’s Summer Camp. They are currently accepting applications and the Camp itself starts June 25th.

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Flag Day, Retired Flag Disposal

by Christian Mower on June 14, 2018

NORTH CONWAY, NH – Today is flag day and local organization is looking to help Mt. Washington Valley residents dispose of flag properly.

American Legion Post #95 located on Kearsarge Road  in North Conway will be collecting old, worn, tattered and torn flags from 1:30-430 this afternoon. Steve Woodcock of Post 95 said that people don’t even have to leave their car, saying “just drive up and a veteran will happily accept your  used flag.”

The US Flag Code: states that if a flag is too worn it should be destroyed in a dignified way and that is what Post 95 is seeking to do.

As part of their Flag Day Celebrations the Post will be providing a small US Flag to all who of those that return their worn out flags.

Woodcock said that though this day is a special celebration anyone wishing to properly dispose of a flag throughout the year can just leave their warn flags on the post’s front porch.

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Fryeburg And Maine State Election Results

by Christian Mower June 13, 2018 Front Page News

FRYEBURG, ME – The results are in and Fryeburg Residents chosen their newest leaders. Poll officials said they had a nice steady stream of voters coming into the American Legion Hall on Bradley Street throughout the day yesterday. In the race to fill Janice Crawfords vacated selectmen seat Tom Kingsbury defeated Dave Brown by a […]

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Mt. Washington Valley Residents Seek To Help Man Injured In Mountain Biking Accident

by Christian Mower June 12, 2018 Front Page News

Joshua Preece and his family enjoying the White Mountains. ~ Photo Courtesy of GoFundMe.com HALES LOCATION, NH – Friends of the North Conway Man injured in a mountain biking accident is looking to help his family. 42-year-old Joshua Preece was injured Sunday after being ejected from his bike into a tree on White Horse Ledge […]

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