CONWAY — In July 1969, man landed on the moon and Brian Smith touched down in Intervale to open North Country Fair Jewelers.
CONWAY — In a profession born of passion, Richard Check opened Country Cabinets etc. in 1976 to turn woodworking skills learned from his father, from hobby to career. Now, this fall they'll be celebrating 43 years in business.
Just about anyone can identify a classic car. Not an antique car, which is defined by age; or a specialty car, which is really anything out of the mainstream, and could be a new Ferrari.
CONWAY — Following through on a court order to revisit the issue of parking for a Market Basket proposed for North Conway, the Conway Planning Board reaffirmed last Thursday that the parking standard used was adequate when it gave conditional site-plan approval last Nov. 8 to the proposed 69…
CONWAY — Congratulations to David Lottmann of Conway, whose entry was randomly selected from those of hundreds of trivia buffs who participated in The Conway Daily Sun’s “The First 30 Years” Trivia Contest for May.
JACKSON — Trillium Summit, a workshop for women and girls, will take place Saturday at the Whitney Community Center from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
WOLFEBORO — Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, Professional Association has relocated its Wolfeboro office from 645 South Main St. to 61 South Main St.
CONWAY — About 50 vendors and an estimated 300 visitors attended the Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce EXPO19 on May 21 at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in North Conway.
CONWAY — OVP Management Inc. is turning the tables in North Conway by investing in five innovative restaurants designed by Boston-based architects Prellwitz Chilinski Associates.
CONWAY — New to North Conway, Shawn O’Day is looking to make his mark on the area by turning the former Club 550 into the valley’s premier bar and nightclub.
PINKHAM NOTCH — Alton Weagle Day was held Saturdya at the Mt. Washington Auto Road, kicking off the road's 158th summer season and celebrating new and different ways to ascend the 7.6 mile road to the summit of New England's highest peak.
BOSTON — The largest seasonal surge in gas prices since 2011 isn’t slowing down travel plans this summer as more Americans are hitting the road than staying home, according to GasBuddy’s 2019 Summer Travel survey.