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LACONIA — Police handled 78 service calls between noon Thursday and noon Friday, July 9.

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TILTON — Considering all they’ve been through over the past year and a half, you can understand why some small businesses might be a little punchy these days. The local outbreak of a sign war, in which businesses use their signage to throw light-hearted verbal jabs at one another, has given …

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Rock musician Marilyn Manson has been arrested in Los Angeles on a New Hampshire assault charge and released on personal recognizance bail. 

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The state budget provision that opponents say puts a chill on important conversations about race has been law for two weeks, but community members are still looking for guidance on what they call unclear language.

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While 2020 kept the stage lights off, don’t feel that you’ve missed out too much on the shows put on by RB Productions. The summer youth theater program is back and it’s bringing their 2020 line-up into 2021.

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LACONIA — He might be known as the chief promoter of Laconia Motorcycle Week, but Charlie St. Clair has another claim to fame: pyrotechnician. St. Clair does fireworks the old-fashioned way. He lights them by hand, using a road flare, while just about everyone else in the business has adopte…

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LACONIA — The question of whether a retaining wall can be installed on the site of a commercial-residential project in Lakeport will remain on hold for another week, according to the city.

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LACONIA — Police handled 445 calls between June 29 and noon Tuesday.

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WOLFEBORO — A Wolfeboro man has been charged with animal cruelty for allegedly killing four kittens and leaving their remains near a walking path.The Carroll County Attorney’s Office and Wolfeboro Police Department on June 30 announced the arrest of Brendan Elwell, 25, for charges related to…

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LACONIA — The weather was anything but tourist-friendly on July 4. But Miguel Corrales and Kevin Carbaral had driven from Maryland to enjoy Weirs Beach with a relative from Boston, despite skies that shifted between storm clouds, sprinkles and sudden soaking rain.