The Wine and Design painting class at the Belknap Mill, which was pictured on the front page of last Thursday's edition, was taught by Kare Roche Criscone, not Heidi Little.
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 August 2014 12:20
CORRECTION: Regarding a story published on Page 8 of The Daily Sun's Tuesday edition about the alleged rape of a Tilton girl, police said the date of the first assault was in 2005 and the child was born in 1999.
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 August 2014 12:17
LACONIA — Traffic on Messer Street will be slowed and detoured for the next three weeks while works proceeds on a natural gas main on the east side of the street, where it crosses the railroad tracks at the foot of Lyford Street.
North and south bound traffic will be reduced to one lane and controlled by temporary signals and flagging personnel. At night and on weekends eastbound traffic on Lyford Street will be routed north on Belknap Street then east on Oak Street to rejoin Messer Street.
R.H. White Construction Company, Inc. of Bow is performing the work for LIberty Utilities.
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 August 2014 12:11
LACONIA — Beknap County Sheriff Craig Wiggin yesterday threw his support behind Dan Innis of Portsmouth, who is vying with Frank Guinta of Manchester for the Republican nomination in the First Congressional District.
In a prepared statement Wiggin said that that Innis "will be a strong supporter of New Hampshire's law enforcement community". "Dan understands the importance of our core values," he continued, "excellence in service, professional integrity, working with a collaborative approach and accountability to the public."
Wigging said yesterday that after meeting with Innis several times he was impressed by his intellect, experience and attitude. "He is very bright and what he doesn't know he is eager to learn," Wiggin said, "and he has a handle on our concerns as law enforcement officers. I think he is best guy for the job and I'm pleased to endorse him."
Primary election day in New Hampshire is Tuesday, Sept. 9.
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 August 2014 12:10
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