LACONIA — Retired Army Brig. Gen. Donald Bolduc says he sees a number of positives and one big question mark as he considers a run for U.S. Senate next year.
LACONIA — Medicine, engineering, business, law, film — these are some of the industries that stand to benefit from Laconia High School’s top 10 students.
LACONIA – More than 250 children’s books that were hiding in area bookcases and bedsides found new homes during a book swap at Wayfarer Coffee Roasters in Laconia on Saturday.
LACONIA — Retired U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Donald C. Bolduc, who survived numerous firefights, a helicopter crash and a bomb blast, has his share of sleepless nights.
LACONIA — A Zoning Board of Adjustment decision about an outdoor deck which was appealed all the way to the state’s highest court has been decided in the board’s favor.
LACONIA — Projects that would expand natural gas service and create better paths for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists were highlighted at a Lakes Region Chamber seminar Friday as part of national Infrastructure Week.
Drug courts weren’t new to Audrey Clairmont. As a licensed social worker, she worked with a number of drug courts in the Boston area early on in her career before she helped launch the drug court in Merrimack County in 2017.
MEREDITH — Inter-Lakes Elementary School Principal Jen Wrath has taken a medical leave of absence and said that, when she returns, she wants to resume her role as a teacher, rather than an administrator.
LACONIA — A pay-to-park proposal being considered by the City Council has drawn dozens of negative comments on social media, but one downtown business owner suggests a more constructive approach.
LACONIA — While a local letter-writing campaign is underway to try to persuade Most Rev. Peter Libasci, bishop of the Diocese of Manchester, to save St. Joseph Church, he provided the Daily Sun with a statement explaining his order for the church to be torn down prior to the sale of the property.
MEREDITH — Having followed the effort to restore the town’s skatepark, and seen the widespread support that culminated in a Town Meeting vote to double the petitioners’ request for municipal backing, Paul and Sharon Steinwachs of Moultonborough decided to give the effort an additional shot i…
The Rev. Peter Libasci, Bishop of the Diocese of Manchester, issued the following statement this week regarding the decision to tear down St. Joseph Church in Laconia prior to the sale of the property that includes the church building, the adjacent Busiel Mansion and the Holy Trinity School …
LACONIA — On the heels of the first "Wake the Lake," a successful new block party, event organizer and nightclub owner Anthony Santagate now has permission from the city to bring a blues festival to Weirs Beach.
LACONIA — The school district has submitted a budget to the City Council that complies with the tax cap and includes money for teacher salary raises under a collective bargaining agreement.
TILTON — The state’s Liquor Commission has opened 30 new or renovated liquor stores in the past seven years, part of an effort to increase profits for the state. Earlier this week, the commission announced that Tilton would join the long list of towns to receive a new state liquor and wine outlet.
LACONIA — If you’ve got kids, you’ve probably got children’s books. And if your children are more than just a few years old, you’ve probably also got books that no longer interest them, so they’ve been packed into boxes while you wait for something to do with them.