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MADISON — Purity Spring Resort is set to begin removing its Millbrook building this month, according to Thomas Prindle, director of marketing for the family-owned resort located off Route 153 in East Madison.
Used-car shoppers may have noticed a decline in selection, and higher prices on the vehicles that are available. There are a number of factors at play, but the bottom line for consumers is a tough market for used cars, and it’s just another situation you can blame on the pandemic.
CONWAY — According to a survey of businesses by the Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Labor Day holiday weekend offered a strong end to the traditional summer season. But with closures well into June, the overall feeling was that numbers did not meet either the goals or the sale…
FRYEBURG, Maine — The Fryeburg Business Association is holding a "pumpkin people" contest this fall for the association's 10th anniversary year.
CONWAY — Jen’s Friends Cancer Foundation was formed 22 years ago to ease the financial burden of cancer patients and their families who are uninsured, underinsured or financially challenged, and living in the greater Mount Washington Valley area of New Hampshire and western Maine.
CONWAY — A man standing in a roundabout on the North-South Road beckoned to passing motorists Sunday, urging them to check out the closing sale at JCPenney.
CONWAY — This October may look different, but breast cancer hasn’t stopped and neither has the American Cancer Society and its dedicated group of volunteers with the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of North Conway movement.
FREEDOM — There’s a buzz of activity at the soon-to-reopen, non-profit Freedom Village Store, which has been closed to the public since spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
GLEN — A roller coaster of a season at Story Land will come to a close next month. The good news: there’s still time to enjoy some summer fun with family and friends.
Pininfarina, Giugiaro, Bertone and Ghia are just a few of the names associated with finer Italian design houses responsible for the sinuous shapes of such exotic classics like Lamborghini, Maserati, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin. Some of these Turin-based studios have left their mark …