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N. Conway TikToker charged in dumpster fire police say he set for a video
06-06-2024 11:36 AM

By DAYMOND STEER

A budding social media star who was charged with arson connected with a dumpster fire that police say he set for the sake of a video had his case bound over to Carroll County Superior Court last week.Kevin Emmerling, 30, of North Conway was arrested...

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Police: Maine man stopped in an allegedly stolen truck in Bartlett claims he was ‘just trying to find a nice place to write poetry’
07-18-2024 10:34 AM

By DAYMOND STEER

A Maine man who was stopped by Bartlett police in an allegedly stolen truck on Monday told the officer he was just trying to find a nice place to write poetry, authorities said.Samik Roy, 40, of Kittery, Maine, was before Judge Charles Greenhalgh on...


Conway residents challenge property reval, push for full reassessment
07-09-2024 12:09 PM

By DAYMOND STEER

In January, 100 or so frustrated taxpayers took to town hall to take issue when a recent reval of their properties caused a sudden spike in their taxes. Now, a group of Conway taxpayers has petitioned the N.H. Board of Land and Tax Appeals to order a...


Forester defends 'shocking' Whitaker tree cut
06-14-2024 1:36 PM

By DAYMOND STEER

Stumps instead of trees and open spaces instead of forest-lined trails. This is what greeted a local resident following the recent salvage cut in Whitaker Woods, which he calls “shocking.”But the town forester defended the cutting in the town-owned...


Brown Church still can't reopen following 2023 flood
06-12-2024 10:12 AM

By TOM EASTMAN

On Monday, Conway Village Congregational Church trustees’ chair Anne Getchell gave a tour along with an update on what needs to be done to get the local landmark open.“So many people have been asking, ‘When are you going to reopen?’ I thought it would...


Close encounter with bear in Bartlett
06-11-2024 11:00 AM

By DAYMOND STEER

A Bartlett man’s attempt to take some garbage to the Bartlett/Jackson Transfer Station on Sunday led to an unnerving encounter with a hungry mother bear and her two cubs, along with a major response from authorities.Bob Kebler of 9 Jennie Lane said he...


The timeline of Story Land, 'where fantasy lives'
06-02-2024 9:26 AM

By TOM EASTMAN

The story of Story Land is one of vision, community caring and wonderment, as founded by the late Bob and Ruth Morrell and carried on by their son Stoney during Morrell Family Attractions’ years of running the amusement park from 1954-2007 and now...


Presentation shows how plastics break down, poison us
05-31-2024 11:21 AM

By DAYMOND STEER

Plastics in the environment break down and become absorbed by the human body, said speakers from the Green Mountain Conservation Group during a May 22 presentation at Cook Memorial Library.Education Coordinator Tara Schroeder and Water Quality...


Planners address commercialization of Conway
05-16-2024 10:27 AM

By TOM EASTMAN

When is enough, enough?That question — asked about commercial growth in town — was raised at a recent Conway Planning Board work session.A direct result of that session is a public hearing scheduled for May 23 on increasing the required green space of...


Man charged in shooting death of Conway woman
05-02-2024 10:25 AM

By DAYMOND STEER

The Mount Washington Valley community is rallying to help the family of a young woman who was shot and killed last Friday at River Turn Apartments in Conway.Alexis Leach, 23. leaves behind the 2-year-old son she shared with the 24-year-old man charged...


Conway Lake landowners to restore cut trees
04-30-2024 9:56 AM

By DAYMOND STEER

Owners of a parcel at Conway Lake are facing possible fines for allegedly cutting down trees within the 50-foot shoreline buffer zone.One owner said they were just trying to clear out dead trees from their property and have agreed to replant some...


Cranmore to reopen one last weekend due to fresh snow bounty
04-05-2024 10:32 AM

By TOM EASTMAN

Thanks to Thursday’s nor’easter, Cranmore Mountain Resort announced during the height of the storm that they plan to reopen for one last bonus weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 6-7.“We heard you and so did Mother Nature — with 2-plus feet of snow on...


Ossipee Main Street blindsided by parking lot plan
03-27-2024 3:44 PM

By DAYMOND STEER

The Main Street Program’s president says she was blindsided by the Ossipee selectmen’s plan to tear down the Main Street building, which the board discussed in public last week.The Main Street Program, according to its Facebook page, is a non-profit...


Project to develop tick surveillance system
09-07-2023 4:40 PM

By NICK GOSLING

DURHAM — Tick-borne diseases have risen at an alarming rate in the past decade in New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont, posing threats to human, animal and environmental health, and resulting in the need to improve surveillance of tick populations and the...

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