- Chowderfest & Brews Festival at Waterville Valley - 0 sec ago - The 24th Annual Chowderfest & Brews Festival at Waterville Valley will be held on Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. outdoors in the Town Square.
- Flooding kills 1 in San Antonio, Texas - 32 min 1 sec ago - Flooding has left one person dead and another missing in San Antonio, Texas, authorities said Saturday.
- NH bill: Bosses can't see social media passwords - 2 hours 27 min ago - New Hampshire bosses would be prohibited from requiring employees or job applicants to disclose a user name or password to personal social media or email accounts under a bill being voted on by the state Senate.
- 7 injured after trains collide in Missouri - 2 hours 57 min ago - Two freight trains collided at an overpass near Chaffee, Missouri, early Saturday morning, injuring seven people, authorities said.
- 2 people found dead in Belmont home - 4 hours 23 min ago - The deaths of two people at a home in Belmont are being called suspicious.
- Some areas expecting snow - 4 hours 45 min ago - Heavy rain and some snow is expected across New Hampshire through much of the Memorial Day weekend.
- Forest Service, AMC team up to teach fishing - 5 hours 31 min ago - The U.S. Forest Service and Appalachian Mountain Club are teaming up to offer a day of lessons and free fishing at New Hampshire's Wildcat Mountain pond.
- NH ag-based exports eligible for grants - 5 hours 36 min ago - New Hampshire companies that produce agricultural-based products - from beer to lotions - are eligible to receive a grant that could help them enter or expand their export market.
- A tornado's heading your way: Now what? - 5 hours 40 min ago - You've just that heard a tornado is headed directly toward you. You don't have a safe room, and you're not near a shelter. Do you hunker down and hope for the best or do you flee?
- Oklahoma principals recall day tornado hit - 7 hours 32 min ago - It was like any other day. If anything, it might have been a little better than usual -- with more deserved honors for the kids, more jokes and songs, more smiles. Even Mother Nature, after storms the previous day, seemed at first to cooperate as the...
- Extended Interview: Rep. Lorrie Carey explains her gambling decision - 8 hours 47 min ago - When the casino bill finally came up for a vote, State Rep. Lorrie Carey was undecided and actually had a finger each on the green button and the red button.
- New exhibit simulates extreme weather atop Mt. Washington - 10 hours 2 min ago - Missing the extreme weather of winter on New Hampshire's highest peak? A new exhibit on top of Mount Washington will allow for a simulation of some of the worst weather in the world for summer visitors.
- Gas explosion kills 17 children in minivan - 12 hours 58 min ago - A gas canister used to fuel a minivan exploded on a hot spring day in the Pakistani city of Gujrat on Saturday, police said. The blast killed 17 children and injured 10 others, according to Nadeem Ulla, a local police official. "It's over 100 degrees ...
- Mother nature won't dampen spirits of holiday travelers - 15 hours 56 min ago - It's been a soggy start to the Memorial Day weekend. The weather only added to the traditional traffic jams that kick off the long holiday weekend.
- Traveling war memorial arrives in N. Haverhill - 16 hours 44 min ago - A traveling replica of the Vietnam War Memorial was set up in North Haverhill on Friday, allowing visitors to experience the tribute to the more than 58,000 troops killed in the war.
- Woman finds seal on beach, puts in car and takes to science center - 17 hours 49 min ago - A woman found a baby seal on a New Hampshire beach and decided to take it to the Seacoast Science Center.
- How safe is that bridge you're driving over? - 21 hours 27 min ago - Like millions of other Americans, Dan and Sally Sligh packed up their vehicle and headed out for a Memorial Day weekend trip. As they crossed the Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River outside Seattle, Washington, the bridge gave way and their pic...
- Wayward calf returns to Epping boy - 21 hours 31 min ago - After four days on the run, a wayward calf has been reunited with its young owner.
- Manchester store robbed at knifepoint - 22 hours 6 min ago - Manchester police are looking for a man they said robbed a store late Thursday night while armed with a large hunting knife.
- Surgeon: Skill, luck helped save marathon bombing victims' lives - 22 hours 33 min ago - A trauma surgeon who ran in this year's Boston Marathon and then helped treat victims of the bombing at Massachusetts General Hospital was in New Hampshire on Friday telling his story.
|05/25/13 - 05/27/13||CRAFT FESTIVAL||(All day)||Mill Falls Marketplace - Meredith||The 22nd annual Memorial Craft Festival will be held Saturday through Monday, May 25th through 27th at the Mill Falls Marketplace in Meredith. The event starts at 10am each morning. Nearly 100 juried craftsman will have items all types on display. For more information you can call 332-2616.|
|05/25/13||BOATER SAFETY CLASS||9:00 am||Moultonborough Public Safety Complex||The NH Department of Safety will be conducting a local Boater Education Class this at the Moultonborough Public Safety Complex on Saturday May 25th at 9:00am. The cost of the class is $30.00. Seating is limited and pre-registration is required. For more information call 888-254-2125 or visit www.nh.gov/safety/division...|
|05/25/13||PLANT SALE||9:00 am||Tuftonboro Free Library||There will be a PLANT SALE at the Tuftonboro Free Library from 9am to noon. For more information call the Library at 569-4256 or visit www.tuftonborolibrary.org|
|05/25/13||BREWSTER ACADEMY GRADUATION||10:00 am||Smith Center at Brewster Academy - Wolfeboro||Commencement ceremonies for the 2013 graduates of Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro will take place on Saturday May 25th starting at 10:00am. The location is the Smith Center on campus. All undergraduates are required to attend. A luncheon on Brown Field for graduates, guests, faculty and staff, and underclassmen follows at approximately 12 p.m. For more information you can contact the academy at 569-1600 or visit www.brewsteracademy.org|
|05/25/13||9TH ANNUAL BRANCH RIVER PADDLE||10:00 am||Branch River Boat Launch - Milton||On Saturday May 25th from 10am to 2pm Moose Mountains Regional Greenways presents the 9TH ANNUAL BRANCH RIVER PADDLE. Bring your kayak or canoe for this scenic paddle along the conserved banks of the Branch and Salmon Falls Rivers and hear conservation information along the way. Boat transport and picnic lunch are provided. $15 Donation requested. Pre-registration is required. Call 978-7125 or visit www.mmrg.info|
|05/25/13||CHURCH SUPPER||5:00 pm||United Methodist Church - Tuftonboro||The Tuftonboro United Methodist is having a Church Supper on Saturday May 25th with two settings...one at 5:00pm and one at 6:30pm. The menu features braised beef, mashed potatoes, carrots, coleslaw, rolls and pies. For reservations or questions you can call 569-2097. The Church is located on Route 171 in Tuftonboro.|
|05/26/13||BREAKFAST BUFFET||7:30 am||Ossipee Valley Masonic Lodge||The Masons of the Carroll and Ossipee Valley Lodges are serving up breakfast for you on Sunday from 7:30 to 11 a.m. at the Masonic Lodge on Route 25. The cost is only $10.00 per person. For more information call 323-7313 or visit www.nhmasons.org|
|05/26/13||KYC YARD SALE||8:00 am||Kingswood Youth Center - Wolfeboro||Kingswood Youth Center in Wolfeboro is having a YARD SALE on Sunday May 26th starting at 8am. You'll find a wide variety of items, and proceeds benefit the youth center. For more information call 569-5949 or visit www.thekyc.org|
|05/26/13||HYMN SINGING||6:30 pm||United Methodist Church - Sanbornville||The United Methodist Church of Sanbornville is hosting its monthly HYMN SINGING on Sunday from 6:30pm at 7:30pm at the Church on 171 Meadow Road (Route 109). Come with family and friends. Refreshments will be served. Call 522-3323 for more information.|
|05/27/13||MEMORIAL DAY PARADE & OBSERVANCE||10:00 am||Downtown Wolfeboro||In Wolfeboro a Memorial Day parade will take place starting at 10am at Brewster Field on South Main Street with a flag ceremony. It will then proceed to Carpenter School, Wolfeboro Post Office and the town docks for wreath laying ceremonies. For more information you can contact Harold Chamberlain of American Legion Harriman-Hale Post 18 at 569-4296.|