LACONIA — The City Council is expected to take up later this month a request that the city be the host site for the finale of a triathlon this summer, and could at that time make a decision whether to enter an agreement with the event’s organizers.
CONCORD — Beginning on Jan. 22, people 65 and older and those with multiple serious underlying health conditions can register online to receive an injection in the second phase of the COVID-19 vaccination program, Gov. Chris Sununu said in a news conference on Thursday.
GILFORD — Voters in Meredith and Gilford will determine the composition of their select boards and decide on a series of warrant articles governing spending and other issues in the coming weeks.
LACONIA — As the process of getting the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to first responders is wrapping up, the Partnership for Public Health is planning a clinic for residents of Sunrise Towers in downtown Laconia at the adjacent Sunrise House.
LACONIA — State Rep. Norm Silber was elected Wednesday as the new chairman of the Belknap County Republicans, unseating Alan Glassman, who held the post for a decade.
The Laconia Police Log appearing in Wednesday's paper incorrectly reported the arrest of Kevin J. Porter, 55, of Hillcrest Drive, in Laconia. While Porter was initially placed under arrest on that charge, police nullified the arrest based on additional information they learned shortly afterw…
LACONIA — A proposed 90-unit apartment complex in the city’s South End could require city officials to face how best to strike a balance between providing sufficient housing that residents can afford while also ensuring that restrictions on development are applied fairly.
LACONIA — The City Council has granted an extension of 60 days to see if the Heritage Commission and Weirs Beach property owner can come to an agreement about saving a 150-year-old house the owner wants to tear down.
MEREDITH — A total of 36 people have tested positive for COVID-19 at the Meredith Bay Colony Club, five have been hospitalized and three have died, administrator Jim Murray said Monday.
LACONIA — When he was campaigning for state representative, voters often told Gregg Hough they didn’t appreciate being kept in the dark when the City Council decided to spend more than $1 million in taxpayer money to buy church property.