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FRANKLIN — Franklin Savings Bank announced that it has purchased $116,500 in CDFA tax credits to close the funding gap on the development of Mill City Park at Franklin Falls. Located in the heart of downtown Franklin, NH, the Park will be the first of its kind in New England and will be situated on 13 acres, featuring several whitewater features, a bike pump track, climbing walls, walking trails, an amphitheater, camping sites, and more.

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Our Toyota-Ford/Lincoln Service Department Expansion is here!  An additional 10,000+ square foot facility adding 15 service bays. This will give many of our technicians 2 bays to work out of and grow our flexibility to accommodate more customers, more traffic and provide the opportunity for …

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LACONIA — Belknap Economic Development Council and three partner regional development corporations will be allocating more than $240,000 to support small business development in the region. Working with the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center, the organization will be able to dir…

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PLYMOUTH — For the first time in New Hampshire Electric Cooperative’s 82-year history, the company will begin returning a portion of its equity back to current and former members. Current NHEC members will receive their portion of these payments, called capital credits, as a direct bill cred…

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LACONIA — Bank of New Hampshire has been recognized as a Top 10 Lender with the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority. This award was given to the lending institutions who assisted the most homebuyers through New Hampshire Housing programs in 2020.

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LACONIA — Bank of New Hampshire has announced that Tammie Mahoney, NMLS# 525562, has rejoined their team as assistant vice president — mortgage loan officer. In this role, Tammie will provide existing and prospective customers with detailed information regarding the benefits of Bank of New H…

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LACONIA — When the E.M. Heath corporation decided to purchase the Union Avenue property previously operated as Trustworthy Hardware, it was a sort of an educated gamble. Heath operates a supermarket and hardware store in Center Harbor, as well as a markets in Holderness and Moultonborough, b…

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LACONIA — City departments ran up more than $200,000 in COVID-related expenses between when the pandemic first hit in mid-March and the end of the year, according to a report released by City Manager Scott Myers on Monday.

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For one person who registered on Friday for a COVID-19 vaccine, the shot means that she can stop worrying about the virus making her seriously ill. For another, it’s hope that life will return to normal. For a third, the vaccine means that he might be able to see his beloved again.

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LACONIA — The majority of the city’s public school students will continue to attend school under a hybrid schedule. But because some school staff members or students have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone who has, there are “some pockets” within the scho…

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MEREDITH — On Wednesday, Jan. 13, Hermit Woods Winery & Deli decided to temporarily close due to an employee reporting to have tested positive for COVID-19. The employee had not been present in the winery since Jan. 8. Immediately upon learning of the infection, to ensure the maximum deg…