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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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SANBORNTON — Police handled 59 service calls for the week ending July 17.

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LACONIA — Police handled 90 calls between noon Tuesday and noon Wednesday.

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LACONIA — The difference between Tuesday’s Laconia School Board meeting and the one held a month ago would be like comparing night and day.

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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.