Covid outbreak limited at county jail

NORTH HAVERHILL—Three Grafton County correctional officers are in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 last week, adding an increased burden to an already short-staffed department. In a telephone interview, Thomas Elliott, county corrections superintendent, said that all Covid protocols, as prescribed by the Centers for Disease Control and the New Hampshire Department of Health and […]

ATV decision gets delayed

WOODSVILLE—Selectboard members will wait until later this month to make a decision about opening roadways in Mountain Lakes to ATVs. With one representative absent on Monday night, board members voted 4-0 to delay a decision until May 24 when they hope to have a full complement. Monday night’s vote came one week after the board […]

Man arrested after Newbury murder

WEST NEWBURY—A 70-year-old man and lifelong area resident allegedly shot and killed his daughter inside his West Newbury home on Monday. At an arraignment on Tuesday afternoon, James D. Perry Jr. pleaded not guilty to the second degree murder of Karina Rheaume, 38. He also pleaded not guilty to aggravated assault and reckless endangerment. According […]

Corinth man back behind bars

BURLINGTON—An Orange County man, who received a nine-month federal prison sentence for being a felon in possession of explosive materials, is back behind bars after records show he failed to comply with his court-ordered supervised release conditions imposed last year. Upon his release from prison, Mark A. Mattiace, 43, of East Corinth failed to undergo […]

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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