Aug 6, 2012
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Parent to Parent: Hands, heart and hope on a New Hampshire lake
In the stale stickiness of August, I often find myself thinking about a place of energy and hope: Exceptional Citizens Week at Camp Fatima on Suncook Lake in Gilmanton Iron Works, N.H. The second of our three children, 16-year-old Christina, who has Down syndrome, autism and vision impairment, has been lucky enough to participate in this camp twice ... (more)
Reflection and prayer: a N.H. House tradition
Rev. David Slater and the congregation at the Stratham Community Church invited the four state representatives who reside in Stratham to attend the Sunday, July 1, service as a way of thanking us for our service to Stratham and the state of New Hampshire.
John Harrigan: Readers statewide respond to theory about escaped a pet cougarsa
Published Jun 12, 2011 at 3:00 am A couple of weeks ago I wrote about Officialdom's oft-used explanation for cougar sightings as "escaped pets" and asked readers whether they knew of or had ever heard of anyone in New Hampshire actually keeping one as a household pet.
Gilmanton Police Log
Gilmanton Police responded to the following calls from March 13 to 26 with two arrests, resulting.
It's not the presents, but the prayers
Hey New Hampshire: They feel your love. Members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard's 3643rd Brigade Support Battalion stationed in Kuwait say they've been overwhelmed by the support they're getting during their deployment.