Laconia boys and girls club damaged in burglary
Police said other damage was caused when food was thrown around inside the building.
2013 Holiday Happenings
"Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree." Here's a list of tree lightings, parades and other town events for the holidays across the state, organized by day, and alphabetized by town."
A floor plan of Franklin Regional Hospital's Designated Receiving...
Two months after opening, a new psychiatric services unit at Franklin Regional Hospital is operating at about half capacity, with plans to be fully operational by the end of the year, officials there said.
Laconia man arrested for marijuana sales
Police said Peter Paul Colson Sr., 58, of 7 Church St., No. 305, had 10 individual bags of marijuana in his possession along with more than $500 when they arrested him about 8:30 a.m. at the 153 Church St. store.
Meredith man gets McQuillen Award for service to vets
From left are Scott McQuillen, and Bob Jones of Meredith as he receives the 2013 Maurice McQuillen Award for service to fellow NH veterans, with Colin McQuilllen, 12, and brother Liam, 8, in Manchester, on Wednesday.
Tree worker killed in Laconia identified as Tilton man, 54
Russell, 54, was working for South Down Shores on Lake Winnipesaukee, a gated community along the lake, when the fatal accident occurred at 4:13 p.m., Laconia Police Lt.
New Hampshire Business Newsreel
Roger Williams, who plans to step down at the end of the year, was appointed as president emeritus and will continue as a consultant for the college through 2014.
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Dangerously strong winds gusting to more than 50 mph felled trees, knocked out power to thousands of Granite Staters Sunday and resulted in the death of a Tilton man in Laconia.
NH man killed after tree falls on him
Authorities say a tree fell on a 54-year-old man in Laconia, killing him while he worked to clear another tree that had fallen on a roadway.
Manchester opens hearts, wallets for Tons of Turkeys
Don Percy, a Laconia volunteer, loads food donated to New Horizons Food Pantry during the annual Tons of Turkeys drive Saturday at Hannaford on John Devine Drive in Manchester.
Norman E. O'Neil
Norman's childhood was spent in Bedford and later in Laconia, N.H. He was a graduate of Guilford High School, went on to serve in the U.S. Navy, and attended the University of New Hampshire.
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John DiStaso, the New Hampshire Union Leader's senior political writer, began writing "Granite Status" in 1982.
Foster's Daily Democrat
UNH riot after Sox win cost $16g for police
The town of Durham and University of New Hampshire spent a combined $16,000 responding to the "celebratory riot" on Main Street after the Red Sox won the World Series.
Thief snatches woman's purse outside Institute for the Arts
Police are searching for a man who snatched a woman's purse from inside her car Monday night as she was leaving the New Hampshire Institute of Art on Concord Street.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Man indicted in NH strangulation case
A New Hampshire man has been indicted on second-degree murder charges in the June strangulation death of a fellow resident of Laconia boarding house for the mentally ill.
State Supreme Court hears arguments in CopBlock case
This is the police mug shot of Adam Mueller, founder of CopBlock.org, after his arrest on June 4 for writing graffiti on the Manchester police station.
The Item Extra
Stephen Koleshis Sr.
Mr. Koleshis leaves his children, Mary Heede and her husband, Robert, of Bourne, Stephen Koleshis Jr. and his wife, Cheryl, of Sterling, Susan Boland and her husband, Robert, of Shrewsbury, David Koleshis and his wife, Elaine, of Uxbridge, Richard Koleshis and his wife, Priscilla, of Bourne, Carol Howard and her husband, Richard, of Oxford and ... (more)
The Miami Herald
Economic forecast: NH job recovery still slow
A new economic report predicts that New Hampshire manufacturers will continue to produce more with fewer workers over the next five years.
11/13/2013 - Spirit of New Hampshire Awards Honors Lakes Region Landscape Contractor
The Spirit of New Hampshire awards honor outstanding contributions to volunteerism throughout the state of New Hampshire and augment other local recognition events that show appreciation for the work of community volunteers and volunteer programs from across the state.
Laconia police investigate suspicious vehicle fire
Laconia and Gilford police were busy tracking a suspected arsonist following a report of a suspicious vehicle fire late Sunday night.