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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.

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GILFORD — You may not have to eat your lunch in the car on alpine ski outings this winter, but you’ll probably have to put your boots on in the parking lot.

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The latest coronavirus updateChristmas at the Castle canceledDue to the pandemic, Castle in the Clouds has canceled Christmas at the Castle this year. “Our Christmas event is one of our largest programs of the year,” said Executive Director Charles Clark. “It normally features tours of the L…

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Cleaning supplies and face masks are only a couple items that schools across New Hampshire are stocking up on in order to welcome back students and staff, but these items are not cheap. 

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According to data released on Sept. 9, by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, food insecurity levels in New Hampshire continued to decline during 2019, prior to the onset of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The report outlines the trends of reduced food insecurity in the nation and in New Hampsh…

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LACONIA — Live performance venues in the Lakes Region such as the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion and the New Hampshire Motor Speedway are benefiting from a $12 million fund meant to alleviate some of the disastrous financial effects of the coronavirus epidemic.

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LACONIA — State government needs to take a greater role in coordinating and implementing a response to homelessness, a problem that has grown worse during the coronavirus pandemic and could turn deadly when frigid weather sets in, New Hampshire’s 13 mayors told Gov. Chris Sununu in a letter …