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Cog Railway Teaming Up With Berlin Steel Plant

by Mower August 7, 2018 Front Page News

Photo courtesy of pixabay.com MESERVE’S PURCHASE, NH (AP) – A 50,000-square-foot steel plant has partnered with the Mount Washington Cog Railway to be used as a winter shop for maintenance and construction of locomotives and passenger coaches. The Isaacson Steel fabrication plant in Berlin was acquired by David Presby at an auction several years ago. […]

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Fryeburg Police Investigating Nashua Man’s Death On Saco River

by Mower August 6, 2018 Front Page News

Photo courtesy of Fryeburg Police   *UPDATE* Police have identified the victim as 27 Year old Dylan Szabad of Nashua, New Hampshire. The cause of death and additional details have not being released at this time.   FRYEBURG, ME – Fryeburg Police are investigating the death of a Nashua man. Police said that at around […]

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Back To Back Rescues In The White Mountains

by Mower August 3, 2018 Front Page News

ALBANY, NH – Conservation Officers had back to back rescues yesterday (8/3/18). New Hampshire Fish and Game Officials said that at around 5:30 they received a call about an injured hiker on the Champney Brook trail in Albany. 69-year-old Steven Westcott of Rye had hiked to the summit of Mt. Chocorua and while descending he […]

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Franconia Notch Starting Shuttle Service In Attempt To Help Parking Issue

by Mower August 2, 2018 Front Page News

A composite picture of the iconic “Old Man of the Mountain” state land mark. ~ Photo courtesy of Wikipedia   FRANCONIA, NH – The New Hampshire State Parks department has announced that they are launching a pilot shuttle service in Franconia Notch State Park. This service, which starts tomorrow (8/3/18), offers a safe and legal […]

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Jackson Inn Manager Accused Of Hate Crime

by Mower August 1, 2018 Front Page News

JACKSON, NH – A Jackson woman is being indicted after the people she kicked out of the Inn she was working at accused her of a hate crime and assault. The New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald and Carroll County Attorney Michaela Andruzzi announced the indictment of 32-year-old Priscilla Protasowicki, on two counts of […]

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Profile Subaru Shares Love And Blankets With Memorial Hospital Patients

by Mower July 31, 2018 Front Page News

This summer, Subaru retailers partnered with local Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) chapters nationwide to deliver nearly 40,000 blankets along with messages of hope and LLS “Here to Help” palm cards.  Receiving 80 donated Subaru Loves to Care blankets this month from Profile Subaru’s General Manager Dale Petell are left to right: Oncology & Infusion […]

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Fatal Motorcycle Accident In Fryeburg

by Mower July 30, 2018 Front Page News

A 69-year-old Florida man was fatally injured in a Fryeburg motorcycle accident. ~ Photo Courtesy FRYEBURG, ME – A Florida man was killed after a motorcycle crash in Fryeburg this weekend. According to Fryeburg Police Route 302 was closed for nearly three hours Saturday starting at 6:45pm while they investigated the fatal crash. A 69-year-old […]

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