Oct 20, 2016 7:43 AM
Officials in Wolfboro say no one was injured in a fire Wednesday that damaged a multi-tenant commercial building.
Wolfeboro Fire-Rescue received a call about the fire at 35 Bay Street around 11:20 p.m.. First arriving firefighters found heavy fire showing from a building owned by Sawmill Marina Boating Club.
“The first arriving crews were able to make a quick knockdown and salvage many of the records and much of the computer equipment for the businesses,” said Wolfeboro Fire-Rescue Chief Jim Pineo
The boat storage building next-door sustained minor damage. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Firefighters from Tuftonboro Fire-Rescue, Ossipee Corner Fire-Rescue, and Wakefield Fire-Rescue assisted Wolfboro Fire-Rescue at the scene. Several town agencies assisted during the emergency. Alton Fire-Rescue covered the Wolfboro Central Station during the incident.
2 hours 48 minutes agoNew Hampshire’s House of Representatives re-elected Republican Speaker Shawn Jasper to lead the chamber for another two years. The longtime lawmaker from Hudson won...
3 hours 20 minutes agoKelly Ayotte thanked the people of the state for the "extraordinary opportunity" to serve them in farewell address on Senate floor. (More)
21 hours 11 minutes agoA Tilton woman who drove to the encampment in North Dakota is concerned that President-elect Trump will overturn progress made by anti-pipeline protesters. (More)
21 hours 29 minutes agoA serious car crash in Pelham has residents even more concerned about the dangerous intersection at Mammoth, Tallant and Keyes Hill Roads and are...
21 hours 58 minutes ago2 health professionals working with pregnant women and accomplished their goal to try to raise money to open a home for homeless, pregnant drug...
Dec 6, 2016 12:16 PMOyster River Cooperative School District superintendent witnessed his first bomb threat, which closed school for 760 students. (More)