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Mary Macdonald, president of the Belknap Food Shed, started 2019 with big plans. She had been working for two years toward the goal of rejuvenating the Laconia State School property and making it home base for the Belknap Food Shed, a business designed to support and promote local food produ…

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Gov. Chris Sununu has granted a state commission on police accountability and transparency an extra 30 days to look into community relations and police misconduct. The commission, created in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, must deliver a full report with recommendations on police re…

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Thousands of Granite State children may be eligible for food benefits, even if their families are not already receiving SNAP assistance, and some legal advocates in the state are trying to get the word out. They say families may not be applying because they don’t think they are eligible.

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Last year the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen undertook strategic planning sessions. One of the big takeaways that emerged was that the league needed to enhance its digital presence, teaching its 700 members to engage with their customers online. It seemed like an essential step for the or…

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Reusable shopping bags will be allowed again at New Hampshire grocery stores, after Gov. Chris Sununu lifted the state’s COVID-19 ban on reusable bags Monday.

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The Plymouth Selectboard hosted a townwide zoom hearing Monday evening on a proposed ordinance mandating face coverings in town, while over the weekend, on the town common, an anti-mask mandate protest was held.

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CONWAY — Businesses are reporting that most, but not all, customers are complying with requests for them to wear masks, though there have been a few confrontations with people who say the requirement is violating their civil rights.