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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Friday found in favor of two news media organizations requesting police-related records, and in doing so, overruled its decision in a 1993 right-to-know law case that broadly allowed government agencies to withhold information.

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MOULTONBOROUGH — A couple with shorefront property on Braun Bay in Lake Winnipesaukee are suing the owners of the Dive, alleging that the floating bar and restaurant is creating a safety hazard, as well as riling up the water in the sheltered and shallow cove, off the mainland of Moultonborough.

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SANDWICH – Douglas Wyman was sworn in as Sandwich’s chief of police on Dec. 21, 2009, and his last day will be May 30. The past 11 years as a cop in a small lakeside town have been some of the most eventful years of Wyman’s life, and have given him a new direction to take after his retirement.

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LACONIA — An autopsy shows blunt force trauma to the head and neck caused the homicide of a 5-year-old boy on Dec. 24, the attorney general’s office said in a news release Wednesday.

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CONCORD — New Hampshire health officials continue to enlarge the criteria for COVID-19 testing at its nine state-run drive-through testing locations.

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GILFORD — The city of Laconia has ceased dumping truckloads of leaves on land in an outlying residential area of town at the behest of Gilford town officials who said the accumulating yard waste was an apparent violation of the town’s zoning ordinance.

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LACONIA — Police responded to 296 service calls between noon May 12 and noon Monday.