Social media page draws criticism

BRADFORD—There is some disconnect about a Facebook group named Connecting Bradford as the social media hub came under fire during the selectboard meeting last week. A brief discussion was prompted by a complaint the town offices received from a Bradford resident even though the page is not an official municipal website. Selectmen voted several years […]

County Farm turns to cover crops in 2021

NORTH HAVERHILL—This past year, the Grafton County Farm and Farm Stand, as with everything and everyone else, fell victim to COVID-19’s disruptive influence. Passersby may have noticed that business is not as usual and wonder what is going on. The farm stand will not open in 2021, but that doesn’t mean the County Farm won’t […]

Bonanza pops pandemic bubble

BRADFORD—After COVID-19 restrictions loosened, the Bradford Public Library re-opened to the public on May 4 after closing its doors in March 2020. But librarian Gail Trede wanted to hold a special event—something to bring families together that were otherwise isolated during the pandemic. “It was hard to book any events due to Covid restrictions and […]

As summer returns, restrictions lift

It’s been more than a year and a half since COVID-19 made its appearance and upended everybody’s lives. As Covid case numbers decline, restrictions loosen, and temperatures rise, local folks are gathering again with an extra dose of gratitude and joy. And maybe a little trepidation. Those in the wedding industry basically lost an entire […]

Photo of the Week

This familiar scene in Waits River could look different later this year as the bridge in the foreground undergoes repair work with metal guardrails set to replace the deteriorating wooden ones.