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The 1996 Ford Ranger that 26-year-old Tony Imondi was last seen in before going missing in the summer of 1998 ~ Photo Courtesy of New Hampshire State Police Troop F

Errol, NH – Authorities believe they have located the body of a man missing for almost 20. State Police Troop F said they located the vehicle that 26-year-old Tony Imondi was last seen in before going missing in 1998. Imondi had been last seen on July 1st of ‘98 leaving Bill’s Seafood in Errol in his girlfriends 1996 Ford Ranger after attending a horseshoe tournament.

After family and friends did not hear from, or see him for several days they contacted NH State Police Troop F to report him missing.  Air, ground, and dive teams searched all over the Errol area and along the Androscoggin River and Lake Gloriette, located in Dixville to no avail.

Over the past month the State Police Troop F Detectives and the NH Fish and Game Dive Team focused on an area of the Androscoggin in Errol just a few miles south of Errol village. Fish and Game utilized divers in some areas and a side scan SONAR, which was able to detect an image on the bottom of the river. Analysis of the image was consistent with a truck similar to the Ford Ranger. Further inspection of the area revealed that the image was in fact the missing Ford Ranger.

Yesterday the Ford Ranger was removed from the river with skeletal remains located inside. The Medical Examiner’s Office will examine the remains for identification. 

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Conway, NH – Residents in the Mount Washington Valley will have a chance to share their concerns about transportation in the area today. The Governor’s Advisory Commission on Intermodal Transportation will be holding 2 public hearings in the Mount Washington Valley on the 2019-2028 Ten Year Plan.

The first will be at 2pm in Berlin at the City Hall Auditorium then at 7pm the committee hosts another hearing at the Conway Town Hall. Conway’s meeting will be led by District 1 Executive Councilor Joe Kenney. Feedback gathered at the hearings will be used to make changes in the state’s Ten Year Plan, which would be completed in June 2018 and adopted into law.

Projects up for discussion include the Main Street Project, which involves ripping up Route 16 through Conway Village and replacing a water main that has leaded joints. As well as enhancements at the intersection known as the four corners in Conway, including light enhancements.

Those not able to attend the meetings can submit written testimony within 10 days of the completion of the Public Hearings, which conclude on October 26th.

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Hiker Dies On Mount Washington

by Christian Mower on September 18, 2017

Sargent’s Purchase, NH – Authorities say a 66-year-old Maine man died after becoming ill while hiking up Mount Washington. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says Rolf Diamon, of Windham, Maine, was hiking up the Lion Head Trail with his son Saturday morning when he became sick and collapsed approximately 2 ½ miles from the Pinkham Notch Visitor Center.

The son and other hikers began performing CPR immediately while emergency crews were called. A call for help was made and rescue personnel from Fish and Game, Androscoggin Valley Search and Rescue (AVSAR), Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) and Gorham Ambulance were mobilized and responded to the emergency call.

Due to the nature of the medical emergency, air support was requested from the National Guard unit from Concord. A Black Hawk helicopter responded to the request and was able to extract Diamon from the mountain by hoisting him up into the aircraft using a winch.

Unfortunately, despite all the exhaustive efforts by the many hikers who provided constant resuscitation for over an hour; the arrival of 1st Responders with an AED; and the use of a helicopter to get him quickly off the mountain, he did not survive.

The medical condition he was suffering from wasn’t immediately known.

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Photo Courtesy of Conway Police


North Conway, NH – Conway Police are seeking information about a road rage incident where a woman was allegedly egged. Conway Police posted on their Facebook page that on September 2nd following a road rage incident a man in a maroon full sized pick up truck drove to a local store and purchased eggs.

Photo Courtesy of Conway Police

He then covered his license plates with paper and drove back toward the woman’s vehicle, which was in the area of the L.L. Bean store in North Conway, and proceeded to throw eggs at the woman and her vehicle. The suspect then drove off.

Pictures of the suspect and his vehicle can be found on our website anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the Conway Police at 603-356-5715.

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Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce Seeks Nominations for 2017 Business and Community Awards

by Christian Mower September 14, 2017 Front Page News

North Conway, NH – The Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce is looking to recognize individuals and businesses that go above and beyond the call of duty. The Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the 2017 White Mountains Treasures Award. The White Mountains Treasures Award honors individuals in Mt. Washington Valley […]

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Settlers Green Celebrates Street Side Opening By Matching Funds To Mountain Top Music

by Christian Mower September 13, 2017 Front Page News

(L-R):  Nancy Devine, Mountain Top Music Exec. Director  George Weise, and Laura Riggs Mitchell join Settlers Green General Manager Dot Seybold at Settlers Green Streetside. ~ Photo courtesy of Laura Tuveson.   North Conway, NH – It’s an exciting time at Settlers Green, the area’s largest regional outlet mall.  Settlers Green Streetside is now open […]

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