Abigail Kier, right, was sworn in this evening by City Clerk Gwen Melcher as the new councilor on the Claremont City Council. Kier and David Pacetti applied for the opoen seat that was creat... Read more
Whelen Engineering Company teamed up with Claremont Savings Bank and Jewell Specialized Trucking to collect and deliver goods for those affected by Hurricane Irma in Florida. Some 57,000 po... Read more
A “Time of Reflection” gathering was held at Broad St. Park Tuesday. People gathered to help begin a dialogue in the community about racism. The event included several speakers, including co... Read more
Main St. has been closed due to a tractor trailer losing part of its load of cement pylons in the area of St. Mary’s Gym on Wednesday. The trailer broke loose from the tractor and cras... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–With the 10th Annual St. Mary’s Gigantic Indoor Yard Sale coming up on Sept. 9th, volunteers were still busy pricing and stocking items for the sale this past weekend. Wi... Read more
Claremont City Manager Ryan McNutt, far left, joined the members of the City Council Wednesday night to thank departing Asst. Mayor Vic Bergeron for his service to the City. Bergeron and hi... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–The Fiske Free library in Claremont was insanely busy on Monday, August 21st, as eclipse fever took over. “From the time we opened at 9:00 a.m., people flooded in looking... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–The Back to School Festival is a staple of the Claremont community. Years ago, The Family School Connections program would shut down Pleasant St. to hold the event. Stude... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–On the night of August 20th, at 11:56 p.m., the Claremont Fire Department was dispatched to 97 Red Water Brook Rd., for a reported attic fire. The duty shift responded to... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–It’s been a long time coming, but a buyer has come forward for the historic church building on Broad Street. Nestled between the Fire Station and Fiske Free Library, the... Read more
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I'm already running for City Council
How many days will this be, week ????
Thank you for the notice ahead of time, much appreciated.
Just curious... Does Main St actually stop at the intersection with Elm?.. Seems rather 'obvious' that it runs to the 'Bull Pen'.. WHEN will they address this?.. I've just spent over $2,000 on a new front end! No THANK YOU CLAREMONT!
I’m a little confused by “two travel lanes”. Is this the two traffic lanes headed east toward Market Basket, the two traffic lanes headed west toward Big Lots, or the overall surface in both directions?
Why do they call it “paving”? It used to be now it’s more “stinky mess maker” or “bad reconstructive surgery” but most definitely not paving, paving requires the road to look and actually be better. 😉
Alternate route where would thAt be? The river!
Mary Holden- Carpenter
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