Rec, welfare mulled for stimulus funds

WOODSVILLE—Haverhill Selectboard members discussed how to spend its expected allocation of funds under the federal American Rescue Plan Act during their meeting on July 6. As part of the $1.9 trillion ARPA, $130 billion will be sent to municipalities and counties across the country. In New Hampshire, $112 million will be spread across the state’s […]

Remote meeting access continues

BRADFORD—The Bradford Selectboard unanimously voted last week to continue to provide remote access to its meetings even after members returned to in-person sessions last month. Bradford Selectboard Chair Ted Unkles said he is neither enthusiastic nor comfortable with the livestreaming format and he was happy to resume holding the bimonthly meetings of the town’s legislative […]

Corinth man ordered to have more treatment

BURLINGTON—An Orange County man, who initially received a nine-month federal prison term for being a felon in possession of explosive materials, had a little over two months added onto his sentence after he admitted he ignored three directives from the sentencing judge. Mark A. Mattiace, 44, of East Corinth acknowledged in court on Thursday that […]

Towns share cruiser after moose crash

ORFORD—Orford’s police cruiser is getting repaired after a moose sideswiped it last month. Just after 11 a.m. on June 23, Orford Police Chief Jason Bachus was traveling east on Route 25 near the Mount Cube Farm on a routine patrol. In a brief interview this week about the incident, Bachus said that he was traveling […]

Photo of the Week

Woodsville High School Softball team and fans celebrate after Saturday’s shutout win over Newmarket 3-0 earning their third NHIAA D4 state title in four years.

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