Woodsville sanctioned over electioneering

WOODSVILLE—There is another entry in what has been an unusual town meeting season after accusations of unlawful electioneering were reported to the New Hampshire Department of Justice, which enforces state elections laws. The first complaint made to the DOJ has been addressed. The DOJ determined that a letter written and mailed to Woodsville residents constituted […]

Man airlifted after mine shaft fall

CORINTH—A man who fell approximately 150 feet down a mine shaft on Saturday night was injured and taken to the hospital after emergency responders performed a technical nighttime rescue. The incident happened sometime on Saturday evening. The man, who has not been identified but was not from this area, was with a friend or friends […]

Woodsville roads bill has upcoming hearing

WOODSVILLE—A New Hampshire House of Representatives committee will hold a public hearing next week on a proposed bill that would change state law on the highway department revenue-sharing formula between the town of Haverhill and the precinct of Woodsville. Though dating back to the 19th century, the niche provision is at the center of a […]

Raising funds for senior joy rides

NORTH HAVERHILL—Some silver-haired seniors hope to feel the breeze blowing through their remaining locks soon when they hit the trails in an ATV. Volunteers and some Grafton County Nursing Home staff members want to make that a reality for many of the home’s residents. So on Saturday, they hosted a car wash fundraiser in the […]

Photo of the Week

OPENING NIGHT—Some fans may have been masked and cold, but they were still cheering during the first race of the season at Bear Ridge Speedway in Bradford on Saturday.