Bike Week said off to good start


DARYL CARLSON/CITIZEN PHOTO MONDAY’S SHOWERS did not deter motorcyclist from steaming through the Weirs to take in the 85th Laconia Bike Week

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Bike Week 2008 is off to a good start, say rally and law enforcement officials, even though some Continue reading


Trout For Successful Fishing!

Article Date: Friday, June 6, 2008

New Hampton Fish and Game Inland Fisheries Superintendent Randy Ayers weighs year-old brook trout that will be stocked at local streams and ponds.

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Just in time for summer, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is wrapping up its annual stocking of rivers, streams, ponds and lakes with several kinds Continue reading

Preparing For Another Boating Season From Lake Winnipesaukee To The Seacoast

The ice is gone and the warm weather has arrived, which means summer is coming. And to get ready for the boating season there are a few preparations Marine Patrol is making to do just that. Continue reading

Lake Winnipesaukee Boat Speed Limit Clears Panel

CONCORD — By a split vote, the Senate’s Transportation Committee on Wednesday recommended the passage of a boating speed limit on Lake Winnipesaukee. Continue reading

LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE – MSS Mt. Washington completes trial cruise


Mike Colclough/For The Citizen GOV. JOHN LYNCH takes the helm of the MS Mount Washington during its annual shakedown cruise on Monday as Capt. Paul Smith provides navigation tips. Capt. Leo O’Connell is in the background.

The first call of the Lakes Region’s summer season sounded through Center Harbor in the low blare of the MS Mount Washington’s horn. The Mount made its annual shakedown cruise Continue reading

Lake Winnipesaukee Ice Out Raffle

MEREDITH — William O’Neill of Ipswich, Mass., is the Greater Meredith Program winner of the 2008 Ice Out Contest, guessing April 23 at 5:15 p.m. and coming the closest to actual declared ice out of April 23 at 8 p.m. Continue reading

Shoreland Protection Act – Deadline For Enactment Set!

CONCORD — Governor John Lynch has signed a bill that sets the new deadline for enactment of the state’s Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act at July 1. Continue reading