LACONIA — There will be no special traffic plan in Weirs Beach during this year’s Motorcycle Week, a decision supported by Police Chief Matt Canfield who said the normal traffic pattern will discourage crowds from gathering.
LACONIA — The City Council is persisting in its effort to get Lakeport Landing Marina to change the appearance of its new showroom and storage building in Lakeport Square.
LACONIA — A motorcyclist was killed on Rollercoaster Road early Saturday morning, according to a statement from Laconia police, who said they received a call about an accident at approximately 1:09 a.m.
LACONIA — A $600-per-week federal enhancement of unemployment compensation is about to end while differing factions argue on what should replace it, if anything.
LACONIA — Limitations on the capacity of Weirs Beach has caused other area beaches to become overcrowded, creating headaches for some residents, prompting complaints to public officials and triggering a decision to more than double the attendance cap at Weirs Beach.
CONCORD — State and local officials have the monumental task of putting together new budgets after the COVID-19 pandemic stripped millions of dollars in tax revenue.
PLYMOUTH — A Campton man is part of a group of people planning to demonstrate against a proposed face mask ordinance, calling it an infringement of his rights.
LACONIA — Most motorists know better than to leave their parked car unlocked. But bicycle owners need to take the same kind of precaution, Police Chief Matt Canfield is warning.
LACONIA — Police are looking into the possibility that the explosion which seriously injured a man early this month may be related to a series of bomb incidents in the city last fall, Police Chief Matt Canfield said Monday.
PLYMOUTH — This town might soon join the small but growing list of communities where face masks are not just recommended while in public spaces, but required by local ordinance. The selectboard will be holding a public hearing on Monday to consider such a measure.
GILFORD — Gunstock Mountain Resort started the year with two legislative priorities — one bill was to provide nearly $900,000 to pave its gravel parking lot, the other was to make changes to the commission that runs the county-owned ski area.
LACONIA — Plans to construct a mixed-use building for businesses and residences off Lakeport Square is being greeted as another sign of the continuing revival of one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods.
LACONIA — Belknap County Commissioner Hunter Taylor has received 129 pages of documents from County Attorney Andrew Livernois in response to his public records request about a controversy that roiled the sheriff’s departments for most of this year.