LACONIA — A no-swimming advisory for Weirs Beach was lifted Friday, but remained in place for Bartlett Beach, the city Parks and Recreation Department reported.
New jobless claims in New Hampshire remain relatively steady and ongoing unemployment claims continue to go down in spite of the rise in COVID-19 cases, but are still not quite back to normal, according to U.S. Department of Labor release Thursday morning, as nationally unemployment claims i…
LACONIA — While bad weather can dampen anyone’s summer plans, many area businesses and attractions say the rainy July has not cut down on the number of customers or visitors as much as one might think.
LACONIA — Continued projected shortfalls in the areas of the Belknap County budget have again prompted county commissioners to seek permission to move money around in the county budget to offset the shortages.
LACONIA – More than 200 acres of prime state-owned real estate commanding sweeping views of mountains and water has become a target for private acquisition.
MEREDITH — The Little Dog Paper Company started in 2014, on the dining room table of Nicole Ayers, with $200 and a dream. It has grown since then, and 2021 is turning into a quantum leap for the mom-and-pop operation.
LACONIA — Belknap County has been dismissed from a lawsuit brought by the former chief deputy in the County Sheriff’s Department who is alleging that he was forced out of his position in reprisal for his wish to run for sheriff.
LACONIA — Ask Lakes Region Community College President Larissa Baia if workforce development is always in the back of her mind and she’ll correct you.
SANDWICH — The Sandwich Creamery has long been enticing ice cream fans with the promise of adventure and discovery. The traffic that the sweet treats have drawn has been a point of conflict between the business and some of the neighbors for some time, but recent actions by a couple of reside…
At least 118 deaths this year have been attributed to drug overdoses in New Hampshire, with another 96 possible drug deaths awaiting the results of toxicology testing, according to data released Thursday by the state’s chief medical examiner’s office.
MANCHESTER — A charge of “false public alarm” against a former Mont Vernon woman who police said told an arresting officer she had COVID-19 when she didn’t, was dismissed this week after a grand jury failed to indict her.
LACONIA — Jill Parliman was asleep on the night of Sunday, May 30, when fire broke out in another apartment in the building at 180 Union Avenue where she had been renting.