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LACONIA — The Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program is building momentum, and now is a great time to sign up as a volunteer mentor, or to inquire about enrolling a child.

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LACONIA — After Democrat Mason Donovan entered the race for New Hampshire Senate District 7, he received a call from his Republican incumbent,  Harold French, wishing him well.

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MOULTONBOROUGH — The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration has set the 2018 Moultonborough property tax rate at $7.72 per $1,000 of net assessed valuation, a drop of 50 cents (6.08 percent) from the 2017 rate of $8.22.

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LACONIA — After the Veterans Day ceremonies and speeches are over on Sunday, there’s another way to show appreciation and support for local veterans – by attending the inaugural Vets Got Talent show, which will kick off at 6 p.m. on Sunday.

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LACONIA — Two days after saying he would not contest the results in the race for a state House seat, Republican Richard Beaudoin of Laconia has filed for a recount.

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LACONIA — The bridge replacement project that will create an 18-mile detour focuses on the rehabilitation of the railroad bridge that lies about 300 feet north of the bridge over the Weirs Channel. The front-page article appearing in the Nov. 9 edition of The Laconia Daily Sun misidentified …

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Young cowgirls and boys waited patiently in line for a ride on one of our shaggy Scottish Highlanders. Curious Bleu, a red Highlander steer, was kept busy during the annual Miles Smith Farm Day on Oct. 6. The sky may have been overcast, but the mood was sunny as little future farmers rode a …

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GILFORD — Gilford police responded to 66 calls for service from Monday through Wednesday.

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LACONIA — Whether they won or lost, candidates have just one week to pull their campaign signs from state roads and highways. And since both Republicans and Democrats ran vigorous campaigns, there are lot and lots of signs to collect.

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LACONIA — The commission established to review the New Hampshire Department of Transportation plan to replace a red-listed bridge just north of the Weirs channel is recommending shutting down the road, which would require an 18-mile detour, but it hopes to shorten the period the bridge is closed.