The Laconia Daily Sun - Covid-19
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COVID-19 Updates

Yard sign fundraiser takes off

GILFORD — Shannon Buttermore, who lives in Laconia but runs a Gilford-based business, has a lot to worry about right now. Her sign business… Read more

The latest coronavirus update: What's on, open and canceled

Great Waters postpones concerts to 2021 Great Waters has moved their entire concert season to 2021. All 2020 tickets and season passes will… Read more

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State announces fifth coronavirus death in New Hampshire

CONCORD — The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday that a Hillsborough County man who was under the age… Read more

No one could have foreseen … or could they?

People booking vacation flights or cruises have the option of purchasing trip cancellation insurance, but Kim Terrio of Penny Pitou Travel … Read more

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Hikers urged to avoid crowded trails

ALTON — Nicole Hicks and her brother had just finished a hike up Mount Major, one of the Lakes Region’s most popular hiking venues which of… Read more

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Q & A with NH Humane Society Executive Director Charles Stanton

Q and A with Charles Stanton, executive director of the NH Humane Society in Laconia. Read more

No sports, no bars and limited store hours scratch lottery sales

The year dawned as a banner one for the New Hampshire Lottery. Keno 603, introduced at 40 locations in 2018, more than tripled its revenues… Read more

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Total of 48 new COVID-19 cases reported

CONCORD — The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services announced Wednesday 48 new positive test results for COVID-19, includin… Read more

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Local first responders rise to the occasion

LACONIA — At the Laconia Fire Department and others around the state, COVID-19 has changed protocols, training and dress codes for first re… Read more

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Data suggest virus peak in NH will come later this month

CONCORD — Data is the key driver of how we are responding to COVID-NH, and while data can sometimes be unsettling, it can also be used for … Read more

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