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WOLFEBORO — Hancock Lumber announced its plans to acquire Winnipesaukee Lumber, an independent, family-owned building materials supplier that has operated in Wolfeboro since 1985. With a tentative closing date of Nov. 1, the two companies will work together in the coming months to ensure a smooth transition for their employees and customers, carrying on the Quinby family legacy. Established in 1848, Hancock Lumber is a seventh-generation, integrated forest products company who is passionate about its people-first and values driven culture.

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You turn your key to the on position and see that the check engine light remains illuminated. You take a second glance. Turn your vehicle off hoping when you restart the vehicle the light will have turned itself off. If this sends you into panic mode and frantically scrolling through Google …

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The Eversource Energy Foundation recently announced a Community Impact Grant to the non-profit group, Leadership Lakes Region. The grant will be used to underwrite the costs of the group’s annual Economic Issues Day when the next class of Leadership Lakes convenes later this year. “Eversourc…

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FRANKLIN — Franklin Savings Bank announced it will partner with Revision Energy to upgrade five of its locations to renewable solar energy in an effort to lessen its reliance on fossil fuels, the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions. Solar panels will be installed at its Goffstown offi…

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LACONIA — The Foundry Financial Group, Inc. in Laconia, NH announces that Sarah Anderson has obtained the Certified Financial Planner certification. The CFP designation demonstrates a financial planner’s commitment to the profession and to high ethical standards.

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LACONIA — The Irwin Automotive Group and all four dealerships including Irwin Toyota, Irwin Hyundai, Irwin Ford and Irwin Lincoln are being honored in the second annual Carfax Top-Rated Dealer Program. The Irwin Automotive Group received almost a 5-stars rating across all brands. These deale…

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BRISTOL — If you're a new business looking to grow or an existing business looking for a new location, Bristol wants to talk to you. The town is invested in helping businesses here thrive, and it has launched a business development website to support this effort. The website, bristolnhbusine…

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MEREDITH — Hermit Woods Winery & Deli places 4th in USA Today’s Readers Choice awards for top 10 tasting rooms in America. No small feat considering the competition. Nominees included well-established wineries from California’s Napa and Sonoma Valley to New York’s Fingerlakes Region and …

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FRANKLIN — Franklin Savings Bank purchased $50,000 in New Hampshire business tax credits from Lakes Region Community Developers to support the redevelopment of the Gale School in Belmont. The project will transform the historic building into a vibrant community facility hosting a child care …

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NHTrust announced that Kimberly Place, vice president, financial advisor for NHTrust, has been recognized as an Elite Advisor by Infinex Investments Inc., NHTrust’s investment services partner. Elite Advisor status is granted annually to the top 50 Infinex financial advisors nationwide, rank…

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MEREDITH — The Greater Meredith Program’s Board of Directors has announced the appointment of Mike Griffin as the new GMP executive director. He has replaced Michelle Brown, who stepped down as of July 7 to devote more time on her work at Meredith Bay Corp. with Rusty McLear.