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CONCORD — Delta Dental Plan of New Hampshire recently elected three new directors to its board, Joseph Carelli, Tracy Claybaugh, and Cydney Shapleigh.

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CONCORD — Jason Hicks was recently appointed executive vice president at New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp. In this role, Hicks will be part of the NHMB executive leadership team and continue his roles as chief financial officer and chief risk officer.

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When the governor’s office declared that food service businesses could open for take-out only, casual and fine dining restaurants had to reinvent themselves to stay in business. Then they had to figure out how to provide outdoor seating when the state said that dining al fresco was OK. The m…

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The relevant word is “reputable,” which has a number of nuanced meanings including “trustworthy,” “upright,” “highly regarded,” “dependable,” and “honest.” Recent scandals involving celebrity parents buying seats at prestigious colleges for their children underscore the need to emphasize  “r…

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LACONIA — Bank of New Hampshire recently held its annual meeting of corporators, reporting growth in deposits, loans and capital for the fiscal year ending June 30. Michael J. Long, president and chief executive officer, reported that the bank’s assets total a record $2.0 billion and deposit…

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LACONIA — This year’s Jewish Food Festival, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, continued a 23-year tradition for the community. The members of the Temple B'nai Israel food festival committee came up with an online version of the event, offering the most popular items from the festival including …

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LACONIA — The Laconia Daily Sun's annual Fall Fun Guide is set to hit newsstands later this month. Space is still available for local businesses to reach leaf peepers, families, and even people looking to relocate to the area.

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PLYMOUTH — The Center for Women & Enterprise and Grafton Regional Development Corporation are offering a 10-week business planning course to the Grafton County community at no cost, thanks to a grant from The Clowes Fund.

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WOLFEBORO — Meredith Village Savings Bank purchased $25,000 in tax credits through the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority to support Makers Mill, the G.A.L.A. Makerspace project. The project is one of 11 dedicated makerspaces in New Hampshire, and the first of its scale an…