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LACONIA — Restaurateur Kevin Halligan was active in the Lakes Region for a little more than 10 years. However, his impact on the local food scene remains even after he has left. Two of his businesses, each aimed at raising the bar for local food, will keep their doors open and pursue their original mission, despite the absence of their founder.

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BRETTON WOODS — During its annual meeting at the Omni Mount Washington Resort last week, Great N.H. Restaurants staffer Willow Furey (manager of T-BONES Great American Eatery on Union Avenue in Laconia) was named Restaurant Employee of the Year by the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Ass…

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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Liquor Commission is launching New Hampshire Mocktail Week, and has created the state’s first official mocktail, the Squam Sunset, to help support a stigma-free, more inclusive drinking culture. More than two dozen restaurants throughout the state will feature spe…

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CONCORD — The Pickering House in Wolfeboro is among five New Hampshire hotels and resorts ranked best in New England in the 2019 Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Awards. Wentworth by the Sea in New Castle and the Omni Mount Washington in Bretton Woods made the list of Top 25 Resorts in New England…

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MANCHESTER — Laconia Daily Sun publisher Adam Hirshan was honored by New Hampshire Business Review as one of the state's most influential media leaders in the inaugural New Hampshire 200 list. The list is the product of a yearlong research initiative by the editors of New Hampshire Business …

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FRANKLIN — Franklin Savings Bank recently changed its salary administration program, increasing the minimum wage for all employees to $15 an hour.  The change became effective Oct. 1 at the beginning of the bank’s fiscal year. 

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CONCORD — Nancy Mardin, assistant vice president, branch and business development manager for Meredith Village Savings Bank, will retire on Nov. 8, after 15 years with the bank. Mardin was based in the Plymouth office, inside the Hannaford grocery store.

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MEREDITH — Jacqueline Taylor of the financial services firm Edward Jones invites the public to join her at a grand reopening celebration. The event will be held noon-3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3, at her office at 3 Mill St.For more information about Edward Jones, visit edwardjones.com.

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MANCHESTER — Hayden McLaughlin and Craig Wentworth of Belknap Landscape Company of Gilford recently joined members of the New Hampshire Home Builders Association at the Manchester Country Club for their annual awards gala. By the end of the evening, the pair had earned four gold Cornerstone Awards.

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BOSTON —  Julie Pankey of JMPankey Partners recognized Martha Zyla from Cascade Spa at Mill Falls in Meredith as the recipient of the 2019 Danielle Knerr Spa Leadership Award, given at the September SpaHive event at The Spa at Norwich Inn in Norwich, Conn.