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GILFORD — Captain Tim Dunleavy of the New Hampshire Marine Patrol says that arrests for boating under the influence were up over last year during Operation Dry Water, an operation held in the first week in July.

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LACONIA — A three-way race for the Republican nomination for the Belknap County Commission seat in District 1 (Laconia, New Hampton and Sanbornton) is the only contested race for a county office in Belknap County’s September 11 primary.

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LACONIA — Some shoppers at the Gilford Walmart may have gotten more than they bargained for when a man walked naked through the store late Thursday afternoon.

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LACONIA — With one comment on Monday night, Councilor Bob Hamel infuriated members of the firefighting community, the family of a late local resident and relatives of a firefighter who lost his life in a diving accident. 

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The state’s new vehicle inspection stickers began gracing windshields in October of last year in a new place. They have a different appearance, yet despite these changes the transition has occurred with minimal complaints. That is, except from drivers who didn’t know about the change when th…

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LACONIA — Belknap County is slated to receive more than triple the amount of ProShare money for the Belknap County Nursing Home that it received last year, but the state is asking the county to voluntarily return half of that increase.

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GILFORD — Town police are already taking steps to ensure there is no recurrence next year of the parking problems near Ellacoya State Park this past Independence Day which made parts of Scenic Road virtually impassable.

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LACONIA — A probable cause hearing of a Laconia man being held on $50,000 cash bail after being arrested on multiple counts of illegal possession of firearms was halted when prosecution and defense attorneys argued over the admissibility of certain photographic evidence.

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LACONIA — More than a decade after it was first proposed, the 291-unit Langley Cove condominium project received approval from the city Planning Board on Tuesday night, despite concerns from neighbors.

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LACONIA —City Manager Scott Myers said the public does not – under New Hampshire’s open records law – have the right to know how many Laconia city employees live in the city.

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MEREDITH — The town will not contest a recent court ruling which granted a variance to a Route 3 property owner to permit boat storage on his property.