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LACONIA — Republicans Reps. Mike Bordes, Dawn Johnson, and Richard Littlefield, as well as candidate Steven Bogert, and Democrat candidates Patrick Wood, Charlie St. Clair, Eric Hoffman and David Huot participated in the Unitarian Universalist Society of Laconia's first bipartisan forum Tues…

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LACONIA — Laconia police on Tuesday said they are looking into a second incident of anti-Semitic graffiti at Laconia Public Library that appears to be virtually identical to the vandalism that was done in a section of Opechee Park over the weekend.

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LACONIA — When the city switches to automated waste collection next year, residences will receive standardized containers for their trash and recycling. Per an allotment plan approved by the council at Monday’s meeting, each single-family home will receive one 64-gallon toter for garbage and…

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BRISTOL — The Newfound Area School Board has accepted on first reading a budget planning policy that, according to Superintendent Pierre Couture, “Will be aligned with what is actually happening" in the district.

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LACONIA — This is the time of year when members of the Jewish faith will observe the High Holy Days: Rosh Hashanah, believed to mark the date of the creation of the world, and Yom Kippur, the day of atonement, a time of personal reflection on the transgressions committed during the past year…

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GILFORD — Police handled 117 service calls from last Thursday through Sunday.

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Starting this week, The Berlin Sun will be published once a week, with this week's edition coming out on Thursday. Since our first day of publication in 1994, The Berlin Sun has been printed at its sister's newspaper in Conway. That era has ended and the paper will now be printed in Portsmouth.

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BELMONT — Police handled 132 service calls from 11 a.m. Sept 19 through 11 a.m. Monday.

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LACONIA — A new and immersive form of outdoor theater has made its way to the Lakes Region for the weekend. "Arborlogues, a Botanical Recital Performed for One Tree" is open to the public for reservations. The show is free, but there’s a catch. A 130-year-old black walnut tree at Prescott Fa…

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LACONIA — The arrest of a Laconia resident in connection with the theft of two performance bicycles offers a snapshot of a chronic and widespread problem, according to Chief Matt Canfield.