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LACONIA – More than 250 children’s books that were hiding in area bookcases and bedsides found new homes during a book swap at Wayfarer Coffee Roasters in Laconia on Saturday.

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LACONIA — Retired U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Donald C. Bolduc, who survived numerous firefights, a helicopter crash and a bomb blast, has his share of sleepless nights.

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ALTON — A head-on crash in Alton Bay resulted in six people being taken to area hospitals for evaluation and treatment and the closing of busy Route 11 at midday Sunday.

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LACONIA — A Zoning Board of Adjustment decision about an outdoor deck which was appealed all the way to the state’s highest court has been decided in the board’s favor.

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LACONIA — Projects that would expand natural gas service and create better paths for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists were highlighted at a Lakes Region Chamber seminar Friday as part of national Infrastructure Week.

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Drug courts weren’t new to Audrey Clairmont. As a licensed social worker, she worked with a number of drug courts in the Boston area early on in her career  before she helped launch the drug court in Merrimack County in 2017.

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MEREDITH — Inter-Lakes Elementary School Principal Jen Wrath has taken a medical leave of absence and said that, when she returns, she wants to resume her role as a teacher, rather than an administrator.

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LACONIA — A pay-to-park proposal being considered by the City Council has drawn dozens of negative comments on social media, but one downtown business owner suggests a more constructive approach.

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LACONIA — While a local letter-writing campaign is underway to try to persuade Most Rev. Peter Libasci, bishop of the Diocese of Manchester, to save St. Joseph Church, he provided the Daily Sun with a statement explaining his order for the church to be torn down prior to the sale of the property.

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MEREDITH — Having followed the effort to restore the town’s skatepark, and seen the widespread support that culminated in a Town Meeting vote to double the petitioners’ request for municipal backing, Paul and Sharon Steinwachs of Moultonborough decided to give the effort an additional shot i…