• Bridgewater couple killed in house fire - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Two people were killed in an overnight fire at a house in Bridgewater.
  • Winter storm part II: Georgia says it's ready - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Fire up the salt trucks. Cancel after-school plans. Position the National Guard. Two weeks after a few inches of snow paralyzed Atlanta and embarrassed the state, Gov. Nathan Deal is tackling the latest round of bad weather with gusto.
  • Goffstown boy, 2, recovering after bone marrow transplant - 1 year 51 weeks ago - A 2-year-old Goffstown boy is recovering after having a bone marrow transplant on Thursday.
  • Police: Two juveniles arrested after residents find firecrackers in mailboxes - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Raymond police said two juveniles were arrested after several residents reported finding firecrackers in their mailboxes.
  • Money Savers: Cobbler repairs shoes, saves wallet - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Walking around can cause wear and tear on shoes, but a local cobbler is helping people save money by repairing their tattered shoes.
  • Sunday's snow makes for messy Monday morning - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Sunday's snow made for a messy commute on Monday morning.
  • Police: Man arrested in connection with heroin death - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Police have accused a New Hampshire man of supplying some heroin that led to another man's death.
  • College football star Michael Sam: I'm gay - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Michael Sam, an All-American defensive lineman from the University of Missouri, publicly revealed that he's gay Sunday, creating the possibility he'll be the first openly gay player drafted by the National Football League.
  • Charges in Allenstown stabbing upgraded to first-degree murder - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Charges have been upgraded against the Barnstead woman accused of stabbing an 18-year-old in Allenstown.
  • Man accused in Hudson stabbing due in court - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Police said on Jan. 28, Joshua McKinnon, 32, stabbed a man and woman near Bockes Road. 
  • 11-year-old wins $15,000 prize at Meredith fishing derby - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Crowds gathered in Meredith Bay on Sunday to find out the big winners in the 35th annual Great Meredith Rotary Fishing Derby.
  • CEO of Northeast Credit Union killed in snowmobile accident - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Family and colleagues are mourning the death of Northeast Credit Union's president and chief executive officer in a snowmobile accident early Saturday morning.
  • NH conservation districts offer pollinator education course - 1 year 51 weeks ago - The Cheshire and Hillsborough County Conservation Districts will offer a course this March to educate people on the declining number of pollinators in New Hampshire.
  • Popular cellphone technology targeted by hackers - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Hacking has been in the headlines lately, with massive security breaches at retailers. But another type of hacking that targets cellphones is growing.
  • Nowitzki has 20 to lift Mavs over Celtics - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Dirk Nowitzki scored 20 points and Shawn Marion finished with 11 points and 10 rebounds for Dallas in a 102-91 win over the Boston Celtics on Sunday, extending the Mavericks' winning streak to a season-high five straight.
  • 1 killed, 2 injured in different snowmobile accidents - 1 year 51 weeks ago - From Friday into Saturday, New Hampshire Fish and Game conservation officer responded to reports of multiple snowmobile accidents, one resulting in a death.
  • Apartment residents react to car crash - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Police said 18-year-old Samantha Murphy was under the influence of alcohol and likely speeding when she slammed into a building on Marlboro Street
  • Bode Miller competes in men's downhill event - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Olympic veteran Bode Miller competed in the men's downhill event at the Olympics on Sunday.
  • Vermont police search for missing New Hampshire man - 1 year 51 weeks ago - Michael Hayward, Jr., 42, was last seen Friday.
  • Five favorite moments from the Sochi Olympics - 1 year 51 weeks ago - The first weekend of the Winter Olympics brought us moments of humor and technical problems from the Opening Ceremony, a skater's reaction that went viral and the sparkling debut of a sport where "stoked" and "dude" are part of a winning news conference.

The 1st in the nation 2016 Presidential Primary Election takes place in New Hampshire on Tuesday February 9th.  

Selecting one candidate from the Republican and Democratic parties to be their nominee for president is the purpose of the election. Making that selection can be challenging… there are lots of things to be considered:  HONESTY / INTEGRITY / LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE / DEFENSE OF THE CONSTITUTION and BILL OF RIGHTS / PROTECTION OF AMERICA & ITS CITIZENS / GLOBAL POLICY / CAPITALISM VS PROGRESSIVISM / ETC.  

President Obama made so many promises to America, yet so many have turned out unkept. Clearly he did not deliver on his administration being the “most transparent” with so many scandals and cover-ups.  As the first black president, he had the opportunity to bring this country together in so many ways, but here we are with American citizens more polarized than at any time in modern history…racially, economically, militarily and politically!  Our country is weaker in the world, and the staggering national debt that doubled under Obama’s presidency must be addressed before it cripples our country and destroys it.  The UNITED STATES needs a real leader... one that can unite our country, strengthen security and return prosperity.  

When we go to the polls on Tuesday, we must think about all that our fathers and forefathers sacrificed for this country. We must also think about our children and grandchildren and the future we want for them. America did not get ahead by tearing down the strong, but by aspiring its people to greatness.  We need to give everyone hope and dignity and that includes giving those in need a hand UP, not just a handout. People need to feel good about themselves. People also need to support good family values, as that is the basis of a strong society.  

Before to going to the polls on Tuesday, make sure YOU know what ALL the candidates stand for, and know their history, then cast your vote.  Remember… being an informed voter is your civic duty.  

On Tuesday February 9th BE SURE TO VOTE!  

Most polls are open 8am to 7pm. Make sure you have your photo ID with you. Check with your local town hall for more information.

Weather for Wolfeboro, NH

30° F
Wind: N 8 mph
Feels like: 23° F
Humidity: 52%
Visibility: 10 mi
Pressure: 30.1 in
Sunrise: 6:54 am
Sunset: 5:04 pm

Community Calendar (Events)

When Event Time Where More Info
02/08/16 AARP TAX PROGRAM (All day) Gafney Library - Wakefield The Gafney Library in Sanbornville is offering the AARP tax preparation program on Mondays. Free help is available for Wakefield-Brookfield area residents with middle to low income with special attention given to those age 60 and older. An appointment is required. For more information or to schedule, call 522-3401. You can also visit www.gafneylibrary.com
02/08/16 SENIOR CENTER 10:00 am All Saints Church - Wolfeboro The Wolfeboro Senior Center program will not be in operation on Monday as preparation for Tuesday's voting is taking place. For more information call 515-1385 or visit www.wolfeboroseniorcenter.org
02/08/16 BINGO & LUNCH 10:00 am Greater Wakefield Resource Center - Union The Greater Wakefield Resource Center is hosting its Monday Bingo and Senior Meals program starting at 10am at the Center in Union. The program is open to seniors for a donation of $3 and $5 for those under 60. To RSVP before the meal call 473-8324 or for more information visit www.greaterwakefieldresour...
02/08/16 KNIT WITS 10:00 am Gafney Library - Wakefield The Knit Wits Knitting Group will meet on Monday from 10am to noon at the Gafney Library in Wakefield. Knitters of all abilities, including beginners, are welcome to attend. For more information on the Knit Wits call 522-3401.
02/08/16 ROTARY CLUB 5:30 pm Wolfeboro Inn The Wolfeboro Rotary Club meets weekly at the Wolfeboro Inn. The Monday meetings start at 5:30pm. If you're interested in the Rotary Club, and being a part of all they do for our community, you can find out more, including contact information, by visiting their website at www.WolfeboroRotary.org
02/08/16 KNIT WITS 6:30 pm Tuftonboro Free Library The Knit Wits of Tuftonboro will meet this Monday from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Tuftonboro Free Library. Knitters of all abilities, including beginners, are welcome to attend. For more information on the Knit Wits call 569-5057.
02/08/16 9.12 PROJECT 7:00 pm Salmon Falls Church of Christ - Rochester The 9.12 PROJECT has its monthly meeting at the Salmon Falls Church of Christ in Rochester on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30pm. If believe in the PRINCIPLES THAT MAKE AMERICA GREAT join with like-minded people to rekindle American patriotism the way it was the day after 9/11 and stand against those who continue to diminish our freedoms and rights. For more information visit www.meetup.com/rochester-9...
02/09/16 NH PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY (All day) State of New Hampshire NH Secretary of State William Gardner has announced the first-in-the-nation Presidential Primary Election will be in New Hampshire on Tuesday February 9th. Check with local government for voting times in your community.
02/09/16 GAME DAY 10:00 am Ossipee Concerned Citizens Building The Ossipee Concerned Citizens GAME DAY is held on Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11am at the OCC Building on Dore Street. Enjoy both games and lunch. For more information call 539-6851.
02/09/16 BOOK DISCUSSION 1:00 pm Wolfeboro Public Library The Wolfeboro Public Library will host a BOOK DISCUSSION on Tuesday February 9th at 1pm. This month's book is River of Doubt by Candice Millard. Books are available at the library circulation desk. For more information call 569-2428 or visit www.wolfeborolibrary.org