TILTON — A Tilton Police officer is being credited with saving the life of an infant on Wednesday.A posting on the Tilton Police Department Facebook page gave the following account of events that took place:Officer Richard Paulhus of the Tilton Police Department responded to a report of a br…
CONCORD — A California-based corporation enticed road race enthusiasts to sign up for an event that would reward them with margaritas while raising money for a charitable cause. The events never took place, the corporation didn’t refund entry fees, and a Merrimack County Superior Court judge…
Participation in the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program has slowed in New Hampshire and across the nation, just as the U.S. Small Business Administration takes a break to focus only on the smallest businesses, which should slow the pace of overall lending even further.
U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH, is among four Democratic senators who have reintroduced legislation that would create a $75 billion federal Homeowner Assistance Fund that is designed to help prevent avoidable foreclosures, evictions and utility shutoffs.
MEREDITH — Cole Boggis knew he would make his career in the fire service since he was a boy and his father was a member of the Brookline Fire Department.
LACONIA — In a Zoom meeting on Tuesday, LRGHealthcare President and Chief Executive Officer Kevin Donovan initially said he didn’t want to rehash how his company got into major financial difficulty, but a question later in the session prompted him to address the elephant in the room.
LACONIA — Concord Hospital’s pending purchase of LRGHealthcare raises questions about local availability of specialty services such as orthopedic care, but leaders of the two organizations said in a state public hearing Tuesday the deal is a win for the area.
LACONIA — Building on the momentum from recently held community tolerance forums, The Laconia Daily Sun has launched its latest offering to promote civil discourse. The Digital Public Square, an online forum in the test phase, offers participants a chance to engage in a dialogue on local top…
LACONIA — A famous architect once said, “Less is more.” Anyone who finds that notion appealing might want to take a close look at the small-house project students in the building trades program at the Huot Career and Technical Center have undertaken.
LACONIA — Motorcycle Week is just under four months away. But with the coronavirus pandemic an ongoing concern, questions are emerging about exactly how this year’s event will look.
LACONIA — It took three weeks for Charlie St. Clair and Jennifer Anderson to comb through the charred rubble in the offices of the Laconia Motorcycle Week Association that were destroyed by fire on Christmas Day.