LACONIA — An anonymous couple recently donated gift cards worth a total of $10,000 from restaurants in the city to allow families in need with children in each of the city’s five public schools to buy a take-out or in person meal.
LACONIA — On Christmas Eve, when rock group Recycled Percussion opened the doors to the former church building in Veterans Square for a massive toy giveaway, people who came inside saw a clue of what the band’s founder plans to do with the building he acquired earlier this year.
MEREDITH – Outdoor winter event planners and safety officials are anticipating a busy season following the unexpected rise of outdoor enthusiasts earlier this year.
LACONIA — A developer is seeking a zoning variance in order to build a 90-unit apartment complex in the South End, arguing the waiver is necessary to make the project profitable.
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Businesses that need help are “inundating” banks with questions about the new Payroll Protection Program, but it may take weeks before they get the answers needed to even start to apply.
GILFORD — With the rains of Christmas Day having washed away most of the snow, hikers are once again taking to the trails around the area. But extra precautions are still in order, according to the town’s fire chief.
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LACONIA — The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services on Tuesday reported 1,029 new positive test results for COVID-19, including 54 cases and two deaths in Belknap County.
LACONIA — A local woman whose unwavering dedication and support has touched the lives of hundreds of local children has been named the 2020 recipient of the Debra Bieniarz Award.
More than 21,000 jobless Granite Staters will get their federal unemployment benefits extended and twice as many will get enhanced benefits, as a result of the of the stimulus bill passed by Congress, and signed — after some hesitation — by President Trump.
A small group of Republican state representatives have signed onto a “termination of the state” document that declares New Hampshire’s government illegitimate and says the November election was void.
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