Sep 5, 2012
Kennedy: It's time NH had an income tax
Born: Kaiserslautern, Germany, Oct. 29, 1959 Residence: Danbury Education: Portsmouth High School; B.A., University of New Hampshire; Masters, Oklahoma University Family: Married with one stepson and three granddaughters Favorite way to relax: Sitting outside, sipping a favorite beverage and listening to nature Favorite place in New Hampshire: The ... (more)
Sewer project funding to change
After a contentious debate that boiled down to who should pay to keep a community's water clean, Tilton voters decided yesterday to change the way the town will pay for current and future sewer projects.
75 years ago - Record floods close roads, strand travelers
Division Engineer Harry L. Smith of the state Highway Department advised Laconians, "to be content to stay at home because of the condition of the roads throughout the state," The Laconia Democrat reported, 75 years ago today.
The York Weekly
York police log
March 5 10:46 a.m. William A. Donnell, 55, 3 Sonny's Lane, was stopped on Route 1 near Bullshirt Screen Printing and charged with operating an unregistered ATV.
Carroll County Independent
Affordable housing company responds to town's concerns
While town officials are concerned that the newest affordable housing development in Lochmere isn't providing enough housing for Tilton residents, Hodges Property Management says there are still units available for anyone who qualifies, regardless of where they live.