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Freedom Woman Dies In Eaton Car Accident

by Mower April 5, 2017 Front Page News

  Eaton, NH – A 23-year-old woman is dead after a car accident in Eaton yesterday. According to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office around 11am Noelle Janvrin, of Freedom, was headed north on Route 153 when her Toyota Corolla hit some trees and went down over an embankment. No further information has been released and […]

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The 2017 93. 5 WMWV Local Song Of The Year Winner Announced

by Mower April 4, 2017 Front Page News

And the Winner is…… Noah Smith! Noah’s song “Make A Change” was named victorious in this year’s Local Song of The Year Contest. Noah Smith won by just 50 votes, beating out Fryeburg’s Junco and their song “Broken Window”. Noah Smith who hails from Moultonborough will be receiving $1,000, “Make A Change” will be added […]

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State Seeks Community Damage Assessments From March Nor’easter

by Mower April 3, 2017 Front Page News

Concord, NH (AP) -New Hampshire communities are being asked for damage assessments from the March 14 nor’easter to see if the state meets the threshold for federal assistance. State Homeland Security and Emergency Management Director Perry Plummer says the state “may be in the ballpark” of meeting the threshold, which could result in a request […]

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April Fools!….Winter Is Not Over Yet

by Mower March 31, 2017 Front Page News

(AP) – March is not going out like a lamb in parts of New England. A major snowstorm that arrives Friday evening in Maine and New Hampshire will continue bringing snow right through much of April Fools’ Day, which is Saturday. The National Weather Service says some places, like higher terrain between Nashua and Keene […]

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Mass. Hiker Located After Not Returning Home

by Mower March 28, 2017 Front Page News

Lincoln, NH – A Massachusetts man is safe after failing to make it home from hiking in the White Mountains. New Hampshire Fish and Game Lt. Bradley Morse said that 58-year-old Robie Gould from Westford was hiking solo from the Lincoln Woods Trail Parking area to the Zealand Campground in Bethlehem Sunday. He arranged to […]

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Old Man Of The Mountain Trail In The Works

by Mower March 27, 2017 Front Page News

  Franconia Notch NH (AP) – New Hampshire is planning a new, universally accessible trail near the plaza dedicated to its famous fallen icon, the Old Man of the Mountain. The Old Man of the Mountain Profile Plaza in Franconia Notch was dedicated in 2011, eight years after the 40-foot-tall granite formation resembling a man’s […]

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Small Businesses Effected By Drought Able To Get Disaster Loans

by Mower March 27, 2017 Front Page News

Concord, NH (AP) – Small businesses in New Hampshire’s Carroll, Rockingham and Strafford counties have until May 1 to file for federal economic injury disaster loans as a result of a drought that started last summer. The counties are adjacent to primary counties in Maine that were named in the declaration. Under this declaration, the […]

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