LACONIA — The former chief deputy of the Belknap County Sheriff’s Department is suing Sheriff Michael Moyer and the county, alleging that he was forced out of his job because he wanted to run for sheriff against another ranking department officer whose candidacy Moyer is supporting, according to the suit.
LACONIA — Belknap County has had relatively low incidence of COVID-19 but now has its highest number of active cases — 25 — since record keeping began in March, according to the state Health and Human Services Department.
LACONIA — Utility companies which dig up city streets that have been rebuilt or resurfaced within the past five years will be required to pay a special charge to cover the cost of the new pavement.
LACONIA — Belknap County Sheriff Mike Moyer said Thursday that allegations made against him by County Commissioner Hunter Taylor are baseless and, should there be any investigation into his conduct, he is confident he would be exonerated.
LACONIA — Employees of LRGHealthcare are breathing a sigh of relief now that a plan has been identified after years of uncertainty about its financial future.
LACONIA — In filing for a Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy Monday, LRGHealthcare President and CEO Kevin Donovan pointed to a December 9, 2009, action that firmly put the not-for-profit company in troubled financial waters.
LACONIA — Those students in the Laconia school system who have been attending in-school classes part-time will be back in school five days a week starting in mid-November, Superintendent Steve Tucker told the School Board Tuesday.
LACONIA — The conflict between Belknap County Commissioner Hunter Taylor and Sheriff Michael Moyer over Moyer’s handling of internal affairs investigations in the department has escalated to the point where each of them is now asking the county attorney to launch an investigation into the ot…
LACONIA — Matt Mowers, the Republican seeking to unseat incumbent Democratic Rep. Chris Pappas, worked in the Trump administration and has the president’s endorsement, but he differs with the White House on efforts to end the Affordable Care Act.
LACONIA — Saddled with more than $100 million in debt, LRGHealthcare filed for Chapter 11 protection under federal bankruptcy laws on Monday and Concord Hospital has offered to acquire its assets, including Lakes Region General Hospital and Franklin Regional Hospital.
FRANKLIN — The federal Agriculture Department is providing $26 million in loans to allow the Peabody Home to build a modern senior-living facility.
LACONIA — About 10 people associated with the local New England Wolves junior hockey organization have tested positive for COVID-19, General Manager Andrew Trimble said Friday.