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LACONIA — The fourth time was the charm for people seeking city approval to operate a short-term rental in a residential neighborhood.

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LACONIA — Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke, now in the midst of his debut campaign swing in the Granite State, will make an appearance in Laconia on Thursday.

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GILFORD — A capacity crowd filled a meeting room on Monday night expecting to hear plans for the revitalization of Kimball Castle, but the Gilford Planning Board ruled that the application was incomplete.

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ALTON — Many people in and around town on Friday spoke about the shock they experienced after learning that an 11-year-old boy allegedly shot a man and woman in their own home. Three days later, the grief and trauma remain over the deaths of James and Lizette Eckert.

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MOULTONBOROUGH — A record or near-record crowd turned out for Moultonborough’s Town Meeting on Saturday, and while a majority of the 621 people who cast ballots supported the $6.72 million warrant article for a new community center, it failed to get the two-third majority it needed to pass. …

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BRISTOL — Voters at Bristol’s five-and-a-half-hour Town Meeting on Saturday approved an extension of the municipal sewer line to Newfound Lake, a project first proposed in 1971. The $20 million project required a two-thirds majority — or 110 votes — for passage, and just made it with 110 vot…

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ALTON — Police took an 11-year-old boy into custody Friday morning in the shooting of two adults – one of whom died –  a crime that forced school lockdowns until officers could find the child, law enforcement officials said.

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BELMONT — Belmont police handled 114 service calls between March 8 and and early Thursday.