We feel bad for the members of the Lakeshore Redevelopment Commission who have worked for the past few years – at the behest of the Legislature – to come up with a plan to redevelop the former Laconia State School property.
We'd like to think that our local law enforcement agencies are above reproach. We want to believe that the men and women on the police forces that keep us safe are professional, truthful and bastions of integrity.
We would like to know a lot more about the dispute in the Belknap County Sheriff's Department that has resulted in the suspension of Chief Deputy David Perkins, who has been on paid administrative leave for more than four months.
The decision by LRGHealthcare to furlough as many as 600 workers — including doctors, nurses, technicians, receptionists, custodians and other employees throughout the facility — sent shock waves through the Lakes Region.
The world will be watching when New Hampshire voters go to the polls Tuesday to choose their preference for the Democratic and Republican nominees for president.
After he was arrested last Aug. 9 outside a Tilton restaurant and charged with DWI, Merrimack County Sheriff Scott Hilliard publicly admitted he has struggled with alcoholism.
New Hampshire's Right-To-Know Law, which was passed to ensure that the public has reasonable access to meetings of public bodies and governmental records, has a noble aim.
Laconia Mayor Andrew Hosmer hit the nail on the head in his inauguration speech last week, when he said, “As go Laconia schools, so goes Laconia.”Some people might have left it there, but Hosmer went further, adding important context about why it’s vital that Laconia have strong schools.“Sch…
F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said that, “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.”The debate over accommodating transgender students in New Hampshire schools — which we saw take place at …