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How a once-legally purchased gun was found at the scene of a Franklin double murder
06-17-2023 3:36 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

The semi-automatic weapon found at the scene of a double homicide in Franklin earlier this month had several owners in the past year before it wound up at the home of Jamie Bell, who police say is responsible for the murders. Bell’s girlfriend, Nicole...


Belmont man charged with gun possession related to Franklin homicides
06-09-2023 4:26 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

A Belmont man is facing several firearm-related felony charges in connection to an ongoing investigation into the murders of Nicole Hughes and her 18-month-old daughter in Franklin last weekend. Justin Gebo, 28, was believed to be in possession of a...


Candlelight Vigil Held in Honor of Nicole Hughes and Ariella Bell— victims of the tragic Franklin shooting
06-08-2023 4:25 PM

By JACQUELINE COLE

The five-year-old survivor of the fatal shooting in Franklin attended her mother and sister’s vigil on Tuesday, her wounded arm buried underneath a fuzzy pink bathrobe with unicorns and rainbows. Last Saturday, Jamie Bell is believed to have shot his...


Update: Franklin autopsy results; child released from hospital; vigil planned
06-05-2023 2:05 PM

NINA MOSKE

Autopsy results released Sunday night confirm the cause of death of a mother and daughter killed in Franklin on Saturday afternoon. Officials say Jamie Bell, 42, shot and killed Nicole Hughes, 35, and their 1 ½-year-old daughter Ariella Bell...


Suspect in Franklin suspicious deaths found dead, investigation ongoing
06-03-2023 9:55 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

Today around noon, neighbors in the area of 124 Elkins Street in Franklin called to report gunshots. First responders arrived and found Nicole Hughes, as well as her 1 ½ year old daughter Ariella Bell, deceased from apparent gunshot wounds.Miss...


Franklin man arrested on death threats against U.S. Senator
06-02-2023 4:35 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

A Franklin man was arrested and charged on Friday with threatening to kill a United States Senator, the U.S. Department of Justice announced.The man, identified as Brian Landry, 66, of Franklin allegedly called the district field office of a United...


Franklin man seriously injured in ATV crash over the weekend
05-30-2023 2:13 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

A Franklin man sustained serious injuries on Saturday after losing control of his ATV while returning home from a neighbor’s house on Smith Hill Road. Timothy McCullough, 48, was traveling home by himself along the roadway and lost control of his...


City leaders have a plan to revitalize Franklin. Now residents are being asked to pay for it. 
05-24-2023 5:47 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

Lilly Cote pauses when she thinks about 2018. It was a bad year for the 76-year-old Franklin native. Her husband lost his two brothers, within a month of each other. She also lost her adult son. But they inherited the family house after her...


Makerspace will be part of Franklin Community Days on Saturday
05-12-2023 8:15 AM

By DAVID BROOKS

The ongoing effort to create a makerspace in Franklin will try to drum up support, and do some entertaining in the process, at Franklin's Community Day on Saturday.“We have looked at many places only to have it fall through, or someone wants us to pay...


Franklin anti-hate task force to take on new name and community structure
04-03-2023 3:22 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

The anti-hate and bias task force in Franklin, which was formed after the city adopted a formal hate and intolerance resolution, will take on a new form. Now known as the Anti-Hate Group of Franklin NH, the group will focus on providing a support...


Franklin town crier for the week of March 26, 2023
03-28-2023 8:45 AM

Live music■Public hearing on March 27 at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers regarding discontinuance of a portion of Punch Book Road, a Class 6 highway. Visit franklinnh.org for details.■Franklin Opera House presents The Hot Tamale Brass Band on April 1 at...


Sarah Stanley of Franklin gives what she has, especially to veterans, to make her town better 
03-27-2023 5:51 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

Sarah Stanley’s family name, Griffin, is forever part of the Frankin landscape.Her married name, meanwhile, has had its own impact on the town, this one centered at the Veterans Home in Tilton. That’s where Stanley has worked the past three years,...


Franklin town crier for the week of March 19, 2023
03-21-2023 11:43 AM

Cookoff ■On March 18, from 4 to 6 p.m. is the Chili/Chowder/Mac and Cheese Cookoff at Compass Academy. Try every dish and vote on your favorites. This event is to raise funds for the new school playground. The cost is $5 per person.■The Annual...


Franklin town crier for the week of March 12, 2023
03-14-2023 11:20 AM

Cookoff■Chili/Chowder/Mac & Cheese Cookoff at Compass Academy Saturday, 15 Elkins St., on March 18 from 4 to 6 p.m. The cost is $5 at the door. Try every dish and vote on your favorites. The event is to raise funds for the new school...


NHBCO releases hoops All-State rosters and end of season awards
03-13-2023 12:00 PM

By DAN ATTORRI

The New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization released All-State rosters last week, with several area players and coaches receiving accolades. Among the major award winners from the Capital Area was the boys’ Division IV Player of the Year,...


With new trash ordinance, Franklin discards arguments on behalf of poorest residents
03-10-2023 6:02 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

For Franklin residents, a debate over trash pickup has little to do with trash. Instead, it’s emblematic of the cost of living in the area, with a high tax rate yet stripped-back city services, and the inability of city councilors to heed constituent...


At Franklin City Council, leaders support manager and police chief despite union concerns 
03-07-2023 4:46 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

Tucked between debate over zoning changes, school district funding and city employee bonuses, Franklin leaders made clear they have full faith in Police Chief David Goldstein and City Manager Judie Milner at a time when some residents are calling for...


Franklin town crier for the week of March 5, 2023
03-07-2023 11:24 AM

Task Force dinner■A Grief Support Group at the Franklin VNA & Hospice will begin on March 29 and continue through April 26, from 2 to 4 p.m. You are welcome whether you are the caregiver, family member, friend or a community member. This is a free...


Franklin police union expresses lack of confidence in department leadership, mayor stands by chief
03-02-2023 7:18 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

Members of the Franklin Police patrolman’s union have expressed a lack of confidence in the department’s leadership to include the chief, two lieutenants and a sergeant, while former employees say they were subject to harassment while on the...


Granite Geek: Using your own industrial waste is a no-brainer; why isn’t it done more often?
02-28-2023 7:11 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

It’s hard to think of an environmental action that makes more sense than a business using its own waste product to replace something it otherwise has to buy. It makes sense even when it has a goofy name like “spunding.”That’s the term brewers use when...

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