The polls in Claremont started out busy today. They remain open until 7:00 p.m. (Eric Zengota photo). Read more
With consideration for everyone’s safety, as well as the economic impact of COVID-19, Turning Points Network has made the difficult decision to cancel our annual fundraiser, Steppin’ Up to E... Read more
CHARLESTOWN, NH – Local citizens gathered at The Sumner House Restaurant recently to learn about the new Charlestown Health Center. This 8,200-square-foot building on Ceda Road will... Read more
William D. Honney, Jr., 85 of Winter Street in Claremont, NH, died Thursday (April 13, 2017) at Mount Ascutney Hospital and Health Center in Windsor, VT following a period of failing health.... Read more
Hundreds of line and tree workers continue to clear limbs and trees and repair damage caused by Saturday’s severe weather event. Crews restored power to tens of thousands of Eversource... Read more
There are many illnesses that baffle many of the experts. Some of these even spark debates about whether or not they really exist. However, for the sufferers of such illnesses, they a... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH – Independence Day, unfortunately, is one of the busiest days of the year for fire fighters. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), more fires are report... Read more
The Amtrak Exhibit Train rolled into Claremont late this afternoon. Bill and I had a chance to tour the 5 cars during an exclusive press tour. Even if you are not a big train fan, you... Read more
Melvin R. Wing, 76, of Heritage Drive in Claremont, NH, died unexpectedly at his home on Tuesday (June 7, 2016). He was born in Harford, CT, on August 15, 1939, the son of Harold H. and Yvon... Read more
LEBANON, NH–On June 7, Lebanon Police Detectives, in conjunction with New Hampshire Probation and Parole, made contact with two males in a parking lot of a West Lebanon business after... Read more
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It's hilarious Brian LeMay for newport.....with this whole.mask stuff I would say 99% of the spectators during prom didnt wear a mask but yet for Newport's graduation they will have little squares for people to sit in etc you dont have to wear your mask in your bubble but outside of it people will have to wear a mask so ridiculous
Not that you will be able to see faces being that everyone had to wear masks. So ridiculous.
Dylan Chambers and Hannah Miller were the junior King and Queen, Zachary Bailey and Emily Herbert were the senior King and Queen. Patricia Lang Barry has a few pictures I believe of both courts!
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Is there any update on the accident on Washington st this afternoon??
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