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This photo of railroad tracks off Neal Shore Road in Meredith was taken by reader Julie Pinard. She noted that she "crushed many pennies here growing up," a reference to the practice of laying a penny on the track for the train to flatten. If you've captured a great local photo, send it to us at readerpics@laconiadailysun.com.

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MEREDITH — The Congregational Church Women at First Congregational Church of Meredith will hold their annual Holiday Luncheon and Craft Fair on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

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PLYMOUTH —The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts has awarded a $4,500 grant to the New Hampshire Master Chorale to support three November concerts of the highly acclaimed contemporary oratorio, “Considering Matthew Shepard.”

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NEW HAMPTON — Presenter Gordon DuBois, local hiker and journalist for the Laconia Daily Sun, will take viewers on five virtual hikes to places that have played a predominant part in the history of the Granite State during his program 'Hiking Historical New Hampshire: Five Destinations That D…

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LACONIA — Laconia and Belmont high schools are participating in I Am College Bound/I Applied, an initiative designed to increase the number of high school seniors submitting college applications. Forty-two public high schools across New Hampshire are participating in the initiative, part of …

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LACONIA — The Salvation Army, Laconia Corps has decided to cancel the Turkey Plunge for this year. The group said that water quality at Opechee has been an issue for the past few summers, and have been unable to come up with an alternative location that will meet needs for parking, changing …