News for Wolfeboro, NH and Surrounding Communities

The Town of Wolfeboro has announced that the Town Offices located in the Brewster Memorial Town Hall will be closed the week of July 28-August 1, 2014 for purposes of moving to the Town’s Interim Town Offices at Huggins Hospital. This move is necessitated by the imminent beginning of construction on the Town Hall Renovation Project, as approved by the voters at the March Town Election. Officials apologize for any inconvenience that this closure may cause to the public.  

Town Offices are scheduled to re-open to the public at 8:00 AM on Monday, August 4, 2014, at the Interim Town Offices location at Huggins Hospital, 240 South Main Street, which is shown on the map below. A drop box for Billing and Collection shall be available outside the entrance to the interim Town Offices (Electric, Sewer, Water and Taxes).  

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Summer in the Lakes Region is all about the activities on and around the lakes.  Whether it's recreating, participating in events, attending a function or just relaxing and listening to some good music. There is a lot happening THIS WEEK: ... all around the lake!   click here  

• Over 10 Free Concerts & Music Events

• Summer Races and Sporting Events

• Plays and Presentations

• Carroll County Farm Day

• MORE !!!

This year WASR's Community Calendar has an expanded listing of FREE SUMMER CONCERTS.  You’ll find details and times of what’s happening all week … all summer … all around Lake Winnipesaukee.  We want you to enjoy your summer!  WASR’s COMMUNITY CALENDER…  ONLINE is your best source for all this information.  

COMMUNITY CALENDAR - WEEKDAYS is featured on WASR 1420AM as part of the MORNING REPORT and numerous times all day long.  On the WEEKENDS Community Calendar briefs are broadcast many times per day on both Saturday and Sunday.  

WASR's popular COMMUNITY CALENDAR is the area's most comprehensive listing of local events.  It's our way of serving the community, providing a way to find out what is going on today...or months from now.  The listings include community concerts, town meetings, church dinners, recreational activities, movie showings, library happenings and other events as submitted to WASR from local organizations.  

IMPORTANT UPDATE:   EVENT CHANGES DUE TO STORMS....Many Independence Day Weekend Celebrations are being rescheduled.  It is important that you not rely on the original schedules and check with the hosts of the events you are interested in attending. WASR has not been contacted or notified as to allow us to broadcast and list all changes. 









Celebrations of  America’s Independence are going on throughout the area, and you’ll find FREE LOCAL BANDSTAND CONCERTS that will continue all summer in many communities around Lake Winnipesaukee.  You’ll also find lots of FIREWORKS celebrating the 4th of July.  Then, of course, there are the PARADES and OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS that make this holiday special.  

WASR’s COMMUNITY CALENDER…  ONLINE is your best source for all this information. 

COMMUNITY CALENDAR - WEEKDAYS is featured on WASR 1420AM as part of the MORNING REPORT and numerous times all day long.  On the WEEKENDS Community Calendar briefs are broadcast many times per day on both Saturday and Sunday.  

On WEEKENDS... "WASR lets the music do the talking" with WEEKEND OLDIES!  

Tune to WASR 1420am from Friday midnight to Sunday midnight as we pay tribute to one of the best radio staions ever, WMEX ...and the the best music ever...Oldies from the 60's, 70's and 80's.  Those were the years so many of us found music at its very best.  

WASR is pleased to bring to the airwaves the music that made the Boston-area station WMEX, a legend in its day.  When you listen to our weekend broadcasts you'll hear only the best of those golden decades.  Let the music bring back fond memories of days gone by.  

So join WASR EVERY WEEKEND ... all weekend long as we pay tribute to WMEX and the best oldies music ever!

When the weekend's over, stay tuned to WASR for the best Talk Radio, 24/7.  WASR 1420am... "We're the TALK around the Lake.  "As a reminder...

Now through Sunday June 22nd... it's the 91st Anniversary of Motorcycle Week in New Hampshire.  Motorcycling is more popular than ever…and with it comes the thunder of thousands of bikes and activities of all kinds, especially in and around the Lakes Region.  

While the races were what the event was all about in the past, now there are a vast number of activities and events all around…even for non-riders.  For many, the week is now about camaraderie and just getting together with fellow motorcyclists to socialize and ride.  

The week is full of events including the Biker Build-Off / Motorcycle Displays & Demos / Charity Rides and Group Rides / Band Concerts and Music / Fireworks at the Weirs on Wednesday / and of course, the Races!  If you don't want to miss any of the activities, or are just curious about all the events...For the 2014 BIKE WEEK EVENT SCHEDULE - CLICK HERE !  

For more information you can call 366-2200.  Rally headquarters is set up at Weirs Beach near the iconic Weirs Beach sign.  

Stay tuned to WASR 1420AM for news, events and 

Clark Howard is America's consumer champion.  

Enjoy his entertaining and informative show on WASR every weekday from 1-3pm as he works to help you with consumer issues, scams to avoid, and the best way to negotiate in a cut-throat world.  

During these challenging times, Clark wants to help you save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off.  Unbought, unpaid for, listeners know they can trust him.   Call the show and talk to Clark: (877) 87-CLARK.  

You can also find a wealth of information at the Clark Howard website.  

Join us and listen to the CLARK HOWARD SHOW Monday through Friday on WASR.  

WASR is NH's authorized syndicated broadcaster of the Clark Howard show. can stream WASR 24-7 by

All of us at WASR wish you and your family a happy Memorial Day!

Americans all across the country will be celebrating and observing the real reason for the holiday weekend on Monday…to honor those who gave their life and those who served our country in the military to make our freedom possible.  Be sure to thank all veterans you see.  

In the United States this weekend is also the unofficial start of summer, with lots of seasonal businesses opening and lots of people on the road to be with family for beach going and barbecues.  Be safe.  

Most towns have Memorial Day observances. 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 and guest speaker Executive Councilor Joe Kenney in Cate Park. In the case of rain, the service will be at the Wright Musueum without a parade. For more information you can contact Harold Chamberlain of American Legion Harriman-Hale Post 18 at 569-4296.  

In Alton, American Legion Post 72 will have its annual Memorial Day Parade. Starting at 9:30am the procession will line up. At 10am the parade will commence at Monument Square and travel to Riverside Cemetery. In the event of rain, a service will take place at the American Legion building on Route 28. For more information call 875-3461.

For Memorial Day services in other towns, contact 

Top Rated Dennis Miller is popular on WASR... Weekdays at 3:00pm.  

The DENNIS MILLER SHOW offers a lighter side to political talk radio infused with comedy and sarcasm. It is now one of the most enjoyed radio-talk shows across the country.  

The show features five-time Emmy award winner and four-time Writers' Guild award winner, Dennis Miller, delivering his unique take on the day's topics with comedy and satire. The 3-hour show also features Miller taking listener calls, as well as interviewing high-profile special guests.  

Miller's program includes serious discussions about American culture, current events, politics, and their place in the global context. The show is infused with Miller's sarcasm, which is often characterized by obscure pop culture references.  Most shows feature three guests (one per hour), mostly from the world of politics and entertainment, as well as calls from listeners.  

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White House press secretary Jay Carney indicated the OBAMA administration may not cooperate with the new House select committee investigating the unanswered questions surrounding the terrorist attack in Benghazi, even refusing to answer a direct question about it.  

Jay Carney told reporters, “We have always cooperated with legitimate oversight.  All of the seven separate investigations, all of the committees that have participated in this investigations, all of the administration personnel, he added.  

Yet, as we now know, the White House withheld documents like the email that directly links them to what appears to be a cover-up to protect the President in his re-election bid.  It took a lawsuit by the group Judicial Watch using the in a Freedom of Information Act in a lawsuit to obtain the document and make it public.  

This is just the latest example of how the Obama administration has been anything but transparent as they promised to be.  Basically, the citizens of this country are getting no answers or resolutions to any of the numerous scandals facing the Obama administration.  American’s are getting fed up with it.  Hence, the President’s approval rating is in the tank.  

Last week, House Speaker John Boehner announced he would appoint a special committee in light of  the new revelations that White House staffers played a role in shaping the talking points used by then-United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice on various Sunday shows that blamed the attack on an anti-Muslim video.  Rep. Trey Gowdy will chair the select committee.  

America has had enough of the runaround…


NH NEWS:   One of NH’s largest oversight organizations looks at NH’s Leading Ladies and asks, "WHAT ARE THEY HIDING"?

Derek Dufresne, spokesman for Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, released the following statement: "As New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley correctly asserted in 2008, Granite Staters have always expected their elected officials to be accessible. However, a lot has changed over the years. Democratic Governor Maggie Hassan, Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, and Congresswoman Annie Kuster have certainly not made themselves available to hear what New Hampshire residents think about the important issues. While they are quick to hold fundraisers and attend partisan functions, not one has hosted a real town hall meeting in years. In fact, some of the aforementioned elected officials have never hosted a single one. That's just wrong."  

"While these four 'representatives' might be quick to ignore our request, we hope they will at least consider listening to Mr. Buckley's plea for them to be available and open with their constituents. Until they do, with so much effort being put into avoiding Granite Staters, it begs us to ask the question: What are they hiding?"  

The web video we are releasing today titled, WHAT ARE THEY HIDING (click to view) is just a fraction of the clips our organization has collected over the last year displaying the true disregard these individuals have for those whom they are supposed to represent."