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LACONIA — The Laconia Clinic is being sued for more than three-quarters of a million dollars by two doctors formerly with the group medical practice who allege it violated its contract regarding the doctors’ severance.

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LACONIA — Navigating Recovery of the Lakes Region is seeking a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant to buy and rehabilitate a 3,817 square foot commercial building on Court Street that would become the organization’s Community Recovery Center.

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GILFORD — The 15th annual Officer Kainen M. Flynn Memorial Fishing Derby will take place Saturday, June 2, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the pond at Gunstock Mountain Resort.

  • By RICK GREEN, THE LACONIA DAILY SUN
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BRISTOL — The cause of death of a Laconia resident whose body was found on the side of Bristol Hill Road will have to wait several weeks for the results of toxicology tests, the state’s Medical Examiner’s office said Friday.

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LACONIA _ About 50 city employees not covered by union contracts will receive a 2.1 percent cost of living increase on July 2 under a plan approved by the City Council on Monday night.

  • By RICK GREEN, THE LACONIA DAILY SUN
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LACONIA — Police responded to 2,282 calls for service between March 27 and May 7,  including 14 assaults, two burglaries, six drug cases, 10 driving under the influence cases and 36 thefts, and they made 74 arrests.

  • By ADAM DRAPCHO, THE LACONIA DAILY SUN
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PLYMOUTH — Robin Agricola lives in Massachusetts but spends nearly every weekend scaling the craggy cliffs found in central New Hampshire. Her life today is a far cry from what it was five years ago, when heroin addiction was ruling over her.

  • BY MIKE MORTENSEN, THE LACONIA DAILY SUN
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PLYMOUTH — New Hampshire Electric Cooperative management and striking electrical workers have reached tentative agreement on a new contract, both sides announced Thursday.

  • By RICK GREEN, THE LACONIA DAILY SUN
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LACONIA — On July 24, 2015, City Manager Scott Myers denied a firefighter’s request for $20 to cover a co-payment for a doctor’s visit.