Local News

Record turnout for Mount Washington ATV Climb creates traffi…

By Barbara Tetreault MOUNT WASHINGTON — A record turnout for the Mount Washington ATV Climb jammed traffic on Route 16 Sunday morning, with some commuters stuck in traffic for hours. Both Auto Road General Manager Howie Wemyss and NH ATV Club President Buddy Dionne have apologized for the traffic snafu that resulted on Route 16. Wemyss said his company will discuss the event internally and with the club before deciding whether to hold it again next year... Read more

Opinion

Apology for traffic delays caused by ATV day

To the residents and visitors in our neighboring community:On behalf of the Mt. Washington Auto Road and the New Hampshire ATV Club, we offer our sincere apology for the tremendous inconvenience caused by the NH ATV Club – Gerry Pomerleau Memorial ride, a special annual event that took place on Sunday, June 26.The popularity of this event far exceeded anyone’s expectations. With the arrival of hundreds and hundreds of ATV carrying trucks and trailers in... Read more

Sports

Accardi and Arguin shine in Make-A-Wish hockey game

Accardi and Arguin shine in Make-A-Wish hockey game

Berlin High School graduates Meagan Accardi and Jenna Arguin both participated in the Make-A-Wish game this past Saturday, with New Hampshire defeating Vermont 3-2. Both played great games and had a great experience. (COURTESY PHOTO) Read more

Business

Cutline: Ribbon cutting at the new bathhouse at Jericho Moun…

Cutline: Ribbon cutting at the new bathhouse at Jericho Mountain State Park

Denis and Steven Binette of Ray's Electric and General Contractor posed for a picture with Gov. Maggie Hassan and State Senator Jeff Woodburn at the ribbon cutting for the new bathhouse at Jericho Mountain State Park. Ray's Electric was the successful bidder on the project and constructed the building. Read more

Obituaries

Theresa M. Brannen

Theresa M. Brannen, 86, of Berlin, passed away on Sunday June 26, 2016, at the Androscoggin Valley Hospital in Berlin. Mrs. Brannen was born in Lawrence, Mass., on June 27, 1929, daughter of the late Adolph and Lena (Legros) Castonguay. She moved to Gorham in 1937 at the age of 8 and graduated from Gorham High School in 1947 and also was a graduate of the University of New Hampshire. She and her late husband... Read more