Former school burns in Wells River

WELLS RIVER—A devastating fire ripped through an historic school building on Monday morning that has been a hub of village activity for nearly 150 years. Firefighters from across the region converged on the old school building in Wells River before 11:30 a.m. to fight the blaze. Currently serving as a home, the building’s two residents […]

Board won’t seek removal of elections official

WOODSVILLE—The Haverhill Selectboard will not demand the resignation of an elected supervisor of the checklist who was recently cited for electioneering. As reported in last week’s edition, Regis Roy, a longtime supervisor of the checklist in Haverhill, was recently ordered by the New Hampshire Department of Justice to cease and desist from electoral interference after […]

Protester, patriot honored in ceremony

HAVERHILL—For the sake of history, a crowd of about 35 people gathered at Horse Meadow Cemetery on Saturday afternoon. Next year is the Boston Tea Party’s 250th anniversary. To honor the participants in that historical protest of Dec. 16, 1773, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum is installing commemorative markers at the graves of […]

Park projects get go-ahead

BRADFORD—The Bradford Selectboard gave its approval to a pair of projects at Elizabeth’s Park that were briefly stalled due to potential legal issues. Efforts have been underway for several months to develop a horseshoe pit and a dog park at Elizabeth’s Park. In June, however, questions were raised whether those projects complied with a stipulation […]

Photo of the Week

Fairgoers enjoy some wind in their hair on a ride at North Haverhill Fair. More photos on pages 3 and 10.

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