As harvest approaches, taking stock of May frost

NORTH HAVERHILL—When a hard frost fell across New England in mid-May, the full extent of damage to the delicate apple blossoms was not evident until midday the next morning. Sheila Fabrizio, of Windy Ridge Orchard in North Haverhill, recalled, “That morning everything was white, and then by afternoon everything was brown.”

Woman shares recovery with Rivendell students

ORFORD—New Hampshire resident Taysa Lynch spoke to Rivendell Academy students on Aug. 31 about overcoming addiction. The presentation, school officials said, helped build upon the school’s summer reading theme of “courage.” As she described her journey, from the beginnings of addiction to sobriety, Lynch grasped students’ attention.

Board considers town plan update

BRADFORD—The second of two Bradford Selectboard public hearings on proposed changes to the Town Plan will be held on Sept. 14 at 5:30 p.m.

Drowning after boat capsizes

GROTON— A Thetford man died in Groton over the holiday weekend after a boat capsized on Levi Pond.

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It was pleasant Sunday morning for Cottage Hospital’s 3rd Annual Any Which Way 5K, Walk-a-Thon which began at the Woodsville Elementary School in Woodsville. The fundraiser attracted dozens of runners and walkers for the event and also a craft fair was held at the school.

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