LITTLETON, NH - Voters approved every warrant article in the bordering town of Littleton yesterday, including a request for a new $1.2 million public works building. Read More
NEW HAMPSHIRE - Democrat Mike Cryans will concede to Republican Joe Kenney in the race for the NH District 1 Executive Council seat formerly held by Ray Burton.
SHEFFIELD- Friday three men were charged with first degree murder and kidnapping of the seventy- eight year old woman, Mary Pat O'Hagan. Yesterday two of the men were arraigned, Keith Baird and Richard Fletcher, both plead not guilty to first degree murder, kidnapping, and robbery.Read More
Saint Johnsbury- A passing of the town's budget caused some controversy as the budget only passed by three votes. Three members of the town requested a recount of ballots because it was so close.
LYNDONVILLE- The Sanborn Bridge in Lyndonville has been standing for 145 years. Due to bad flooding last summer, the bridge needed aid to hold it afloat. After much maintanance the bridge stood up yesterday without any aid, but this isn't the end to restoring this historic bridge back to the safety it use to be.
BARRE- Lyndon Institutes boys basketball team brought home their first championship in school history on Saturday. Winning the Division II Championship 55-35 against U-32.In the first half the lead changed three times until Vikings Mason Lantz hit a buzzer beater shot to put up Lyndon 26-22 at half time.
Saint Johnsbury- Kingdom Gymnastics officially reopened their doors on Mach 3rd. They held a fundrasier Sunday morning at the Saint Johnsbury Comfort Inn and Suites to help raise money to buy new equipment and renovations to the gym from last months water main break.