Sunny
78°
Sunny
Hi 84° | Lo 61°

Community

Winnisquam Regional Middle School Honors

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

The following students earned honors in the fourth quarter at Winnisquam Regional Middle School in Tilton: Grade 8 High Honors: Julie Amico, Courtney Campbell, Kirsten Chandonnet, Cailey Clogston, Emily Day, Mackenzie French, Natane Griffith, Jewel Hamel, Christopher Hanson, Andrew Parsons, Hannah Pearson, Katherine Ruggles, Noah Smith, Socorra Summers, Kaylee Tierney and Riley Toupin Grade 8 Honors: Kaitlin Bardellini, Sierra Black, Ashley Chamberlain, Shannon Coffin, Bridgett Cunningham, Katelyn Cushing, Emma D’Abbraccio, … 0

Chichester Central School honor roll

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

The following students earned honors in the fourth quarter at Chichester Central School: GRADE 8 HIGH HONORS: Steven Cavanaugh, Elizabeth Donzello-Jewett, Joe Edmonds, Luke Jameson, Kyle Mitchell, Maria Skidmore, Justin Smith, Tyler Smith, Delanie St. Laurent, Julia Valotto and Kely Wagner GRADE 8 HONORS: Cassandra Bonacorsi, Maddie Boyer, Zach Davidson, Jordan Davison, Kyle Harrison, Jared Murray, Danielle Parent, Jaden Russell and BettyJane Weir … 0

Thanks A Million

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

State track meet This season’s 2014 Hopkinton’s Hershey Track was a great success where a total of 110 kids participated from the ages of 5 to 14. On June 21 we took 55 varsity athletes to the Lebanon Regional Meet where we had 23 athletes qualify for the State Meet in Pelham which was held June 27. At the State Meet we had … 0

People

Friday, June 27, 2014

CONCORD Leah Hopke, daughter of Lynn Freedman Hopke and Richard Hopke, will attend Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah in the fall. Connor Loughery, son of Lisa and Donal Loughery, will attend Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester in the fall. Jaclyn Vignati earned a bachelor’s degree … 0

Weare Middle School graduates 107 students

Friday, June 27, 2014

Weare Middle School eighth grade graduation promoted 107 students on to high school. Salutatorian Justin Purington spoke during the ceremony while (from left) paraprofessional Nancy Croteau, teacher Jan Dwinnels and assistant principal John McArthur look on behind Purington. … 0

Jennie D. Blake School installs new sign

Thursday, June 26, 2014

The Jennie D. Blake Elementary School in Hill recently installed a new exterior sign thanks to a generous donation from an anonymous donor. The entire staff, faculty and student body–grades kindergarten through six –posed in front of the … 0

People

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

NORTHWOOD Emilee Gancarz, daughter of Wendy and John Gancarz, was one of the top 10 graduates at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy. She has been accepted to several colleges and plans to study engineering. Alexander Wimsatt, son of Cathleen and … 0

Barnstead Elementary School Honors

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

The following students earned honors for the third trimester at Barnstead Elementary School: GRADE 8 HIGH HONORS: Rebekah Bartolin, Jacob Blair, Kaci Gilbert, Gabriela Libenson, Christina Locke, Kaitlynn Morgan, Tiffany White and Amity Wilson GRADE 8 HONORS: Essence Bourque, Skyla Brewster,Ali Brown, Erin Bunker, Wyleigh Chase, Ethan Crossman, … 0

Henniker students promoted to high school

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

The Henniker Community School eighth grade graduation on June 19 promoted 54 students onto high school. During the ceremony, eighth grade students (from left) Lizzie Poehlman, Cheyenne French and Alex loved performed “All of Me” by John Legend. … 0

Announcements

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

LACONIA Eldest resident? The Laconia Historical and Museum Society is searching to identify the eldest Laconia resident so that the individual can be “presented” with the Centennial Cane in July. Although the Centennial Cane will be part of the presentation ceremony, the cane will be kept on display … 0

Walk in Their Shoes

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Members of the Unitarian Church of Concord joined about 40 other people on Saturday for the third annual Walk in Their Shoes sponsored by the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness. The five and 10 mile routes passed many … 0

People

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

HOPKINTON Kara McCluskey completed a research project titled “Catchment Management Plan and Pollution Control” in Namibia. She is a junior biomedical engineering major at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Mass. She was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester. Carter Van Eitreim was named to the … 0