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The 1956 New York International Auto Show took place in December of that year. For the first time it was held at the Coliseum and the word “International” was added to reflect the rising popularity of European cars. Another bit of international flair was introduced at that show with the 1957…

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CONWAY — Despite the rain on New Year’s Eve and into New Year’s Day and ongoing staff shortages, the new year capped what was a busy Christmas vacation week, according to local business operators interviewed.

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BRIDGTON, Maine — The Bridgton-Lake Region Rotary Club donated 20 winter coats, 20 pairs of snow pants, 25 pairs of waterproof gloves, 15 pairs of snow boots to the Crooked River Elementary School in Casco for distribution as needed by the school to children in need.

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BERLIN — Last Thursday, Berlin's Northland Restaurant and Dairy Bar served its last customers before shutting its doors after more than six decades of service.

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CONWAY — The trustees of the Kismet Rock Foundation have announced the appointment Krissy Fraser as its new executive director and Ara Morton as new program manager to lead Kismet in its continuing mission of nourishing the physical, intellectual and emotional development of underserved rura…

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A few years ago, I wrote about old St. Nicholas, out there in his open sleigh flying rooftop to rooftop on Christmas Eve, shoulder to the wind, teeth chattering in the frosty night air.

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CONWAY — In an effort to help deliver the gift of reading to less fortunate children in the United States, The UPS Store located at 120 North-South Road, Unit C in North Conway supports the Toys for Tots Literacy Program.

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CONWAY — White Mountains Community College’s Workforce Development Office recently partnered with Veno’s Specialty Foods and Meats of Conway to train nine of that business' employees in organizational effectiveness and customer service.

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CONWAY — Joshua M. McAllister, PE, vice president/lead civil engineer at HEB Engineers Inc., was honored by NH Business Review as one of the most influential architecture/engineering/construction leaders in the second biannual New Hampshire 200 list.