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TILTON — After narrowing down the field of candidates from 25 to 4, Municipal Resources Inc. completed its task of recommending the most highly qualified law enforcement officers to the Tilton Selectmen for consideration as the town's next chief of police, according to a press release from t…

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If it’s news to you, then consider yourself lucky: This year is a particularly bad one for ticks – or a good one if you are a tick. They’ve appeared earlier than in recent years, and in greater numbers, portending a bumper crop this year.

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MEREDITH – When it comes to litter, there’s three types of people in this world. There’s the person who drops the litter, the person who shakes their head when they walks by, and then there are people like Joyce Murphy, who, along with a couple of other people, founded the Lake Winnipesaukee…

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Starting this week, the New Hampshire Department of Corrections is allowing inmates to request in-person visits, which had been suspended during the pandemic, but there will be different processes depending on the inmate's vaccination status.

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Starting this week, the New Hampshire Department of Corrections is allowing inmates to request in-person visits, which had been suspended during the pandemic, but there will be different processes depending on the inmate's vaccination status.

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Gov. Chris Sununu said Thursday morning that New Hampshire will discontinue the $300-a-week federal unemployment benefits enhancement before it is due to expire on Labor Day, and it might end in the next few weeks. “We are looking at ending” the enhancement, he said at the Business & Ind…

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At a time when the need for entry-level health care workers is quickly rising, NH Needs Caregivers is offering LNA training in partnership with nursing homes statewide. Participants pay $1,850-$1,950 for a course that usually lasts six to eight weeks, but can be completed in three and a half…

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LACONIA — City departments ran up more than $200,000 in COVID-related expenses between when the pandemic first hit in mid-March and the end of the year, according to a report released by City Manager Scott Myers on Monday.

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For one person who registered on Friday for a COVID-19 vaccine, the shot means that she can stop worrying about the virus making her seriously ill. For another, it’s hope that life will return to normal. For a third, the vaccine means that he might be able to see his beloved again.

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LACONIA — The majority of the city’s public school students will continue to attend school under a hybrid schedule. But because some school staff members or students have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone who has, there are “some pockets” within the scho…

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MEREDITH — On Wednesday, Jan. 13, Hermit Woods Winery & Deli decided to temporarily close due to an employee reporting to have tested positive for COVID-19. The employee had not been present in the winery since Jan. 8. Immediately upon learning of the infection, to ensure the maximum deg…