Board moves forward with Wi-Fi project

WOODSVILLE—The Haverhill Selectboard signed off last week on the initial phase of a short-term, low-cost plan to bring public Wi-Fi access to downtown Woodsville. The board voted 5-0 on Oct. 13 to approve initial outreach and planning for a $50,000 Wi-Fi mesh network that would rely on existing private broadband connections in the village. The […]

Despite pandemic, plenty on tap for Halloween

BRADFORD—Wondering what is happening this Halloween? Festivities will vary from town to town as COVID-19 safety measures take precendence this year. And you do not need to wait until Halloween weekend. There are plenty of events getting underway this weekend. Haverhill plans a Haunted Trail Oct. 23 and 24 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at […]

Pro, amateurs team on local excavation

FAIRLEE—Digging up history can be a fascinating prospect. For years an old foundation lay undisturbed near a hiking trail in the Fairlee Forest. Few people paid attention to it. Were it not for archaeologist and Fairlee resident Dr. William Fitzhugh, the site might have been destroyed by a logging earlier this year.

A test of body and mind at Devil’s Den

BRADFORD—With high energy anticipation, 15 runners awaited the 9 a.m. launch from the Devil’s Den Trailhead on Wright’s Mountain on the morning of Oct. 10. The 24-hour DD Ultra Run was organized by ex-Marine and Corinth resident Jason Mosel to raise money for the Josh Pallotta Fund, a nonprofit named in honor of the young […]

Photo of the Week

Zachary Austin poses for a photo with Sandy, the appropriately named sand boa snake as part of The Hub reptile program in Bradford on April 12 to demystify reptiles. “The reptile show was a great, fairly affordable opportunity to provide something new that was both fun and informative,” said Bradford Teen Center Director Emily Cummings.

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