Claremont

Claremont School Board Objects to Union’s Cease and Desist Order

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Claremont — The School Board has filed an objection to a “cease and desist” order sought by the Sugar River Education Association on the new Stevens High School class schedule. The board argues that an arbitrator’s June decision that the new schedule violates the collective bargaining agreement is unenforceable because, under state law, schedule changes are strictly the purview of the School Board and cannot be subject to bargaining. The …

Local Roundup: Hanover, Concord Boys Soccer Deadlock

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Concord — Hanover’s Griffin Johnson was inches away from ending the game in double overtime, but the crossbar answered his header in the box in what proved to be the best last chance of the Marauders’ 2-2 double-overtime boys soccer draw with Concord on Tuesday. Hanover senior captain Asa Berolzheimer scored twice in the contest for the Marauders, the second coming off a …

Local Roundup: Stevens Golf Sweeps First Match of Season

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Claremont — Stevens golfers recorded three of the top six scores to lead the Cardinals to a win in their season-opening high school golf match at par-34 Claremont Country Club on Tuesday. Cody Schoolcraft won the individual medal with an 8-over-par 42 and Ian MacDonald added an 11-over 45 to pace the Cards (2-0). MacDonald shared second place overall with Belmont’s Mike Sanborn, …

Stevens Union Files Labor Complaint

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Claremont — The union representing the school district’s teachers filed an unfair labor practice complaint Thursday against the School Board over the new schedule at Stevens High School and is requesting that the state labor relations board issue a “cease and desist” order to prohibit implementation of the …

NHIAA Aims to Be Tech-Savvy

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Concord — At the start of each workday, NHIAA Executive Director Jeff Collins and assistant Dave Rozumek say they spend 30-45 minutes brainstorming ways to make the organization’s website, nhiaa.org, more informative and user-friendly. Some time during the 2015-16 school year, it hopes to reveal the best version …

Judith Grimes Block

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Claremont, N.H. — Judith Grimes Block, 66, of Claremont passed away peacefully at her home on Monday evening, Aug. 17, 2015. She was born in St. Johnsbury, Vt. on Dec. 24, 1948, the daughter of Richard Farrell Grimes and Carolyn (Houghton) Johnson. Judith graduated from Springfield High School, …

Coal Tar Cleanup Nears End

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Claremont — The site of the former gas plant along the north side of the Sugar River in the city’s historic mill district now is unrecognizable for those who recall the dilapidated building and thick vegetation that was there just a couple of months ago. The project to …

RVCC Is Coming to Lebanon

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Lebanon — The Community College System of New Hampshire has purchased the larger of two former Lebanon College buildings on the pedestrian mall in downtown Lebanon. Local, regional and national officials announced the $1.6 million purchase — which …

Shumlin Campaigns for Clinton

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Hanover — Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin rallied a select group of Hillary Clinton supporters Monday, touting her plans to make a college education more affordable and explaining why he supports her over his fellow Vermonter Sen. Bernie Sanders. …

‘I’m Too Young To Be This Old’: Sports a Major Part of These 80-Plus Athletes’ Lives

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Newport — Being active long after the first Social Security check arrives is not such a novelty anymore. Still, there are a couple of gentlemen who defy the notion that a day will come when you’ll have to …

‘She Doesn’t Back Off’: Sullivan County Manager Battles ALS Diagnosis

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Newport — For 4½ months between the late-summer night that friends noticed her slurring her words and the midwinter day that neurologists identified the source of the problem, Sullivan County Manager Jessie Levine wondered which enemy she’d be …

‘Tristin Never Held Back’: Lebanon Race Honors Someone Who Touched Many

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Lebanon — A few weeks before the tragic accident that killed Tristin Roy, her brother, Tyler Carter, joined her for a run in the Upper Valley. Now, dozens of her friends and family do the same annually in …

Elizabeth “Betty” L. Caron

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Goshen, N.H. — Elizabeth “Betty” L. Caron, 73, passed away Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, surrounded by her family and friends at Crotchet Mountain where she had resided for three and a half years. Betty was born in Laconia, …