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04/26/2016 - 4:38pm
Former grocery store to be razed this summer        Latimer residents gathered to brainstorm ideas on future downtown development during a special meeting held last Thursday at the golf course.      The meeting focused on the former Corner Market building, which was recently purchased by Landon and Anne Plagge. The couple plans to donate the property...
04/05/2016 - 4:38pm
     The new owner of the former Franklin County Jail has altered rules for the facility in an attempt to bring future business activities into compliance with local zoning ordinances.      Hampton City Manager Ron Dunt informed jail owner Mark Gudmundsen last Wednesday that plans for the building included...
04/05/2016 - 4:34pm
     Officials at Franklin County Conservation are hoping a large capital investment will increase traffic at a popular local campground.      Work is underway on a new bathroom facility at Mallory Park. Once finished, three new stalls with showers will be available to campers this summer. Preliminary groundwork...
04/05/2016 - 3:36pm
     Two Franklin County organizations recently benefited from a special program aimed at beautifying communities across the state.      The Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce and Geneva Community Betterment (GCB) landed grants to help with two projects in Hampton and Geneva. The Chamber will use the...
04/05/2016 - 11:54am
NASHUA – A girl-boy sweep of the high jump by Lexi Jones and Reese Halloran as well as a sweep of the boys’ distance races by Jacob Hansen were among many highlights for the West Fork track teams at its Early Bird meet held at Nashua on Tuesday, March 29. Jones, who was a 2A district qualifier for Clear Lake in 2015, has already...
03/30/2016 - 9:14pm
            Hampton officials believe future role-playing activities at the former Franklin County Jail could violate portions of the city’s zoning ordinance.             Hampton City Manager Ron Dunt informed jail owner Mark...
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