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Are you ready for a glimpse into the future? I’m talking about real George Jetson stuff: Flying cars that zoom over ground-bound commuters, autonomous taxis, and food and goods that transport themselves to you. Behold, the future of mobility, the science fictional world of tomorrow, the conc…

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CONWAY — The ski season is ongoing at Wildcat Mountain and Bear Notch Ski Touring, and Black Mountain might squeeze in one more weekend, but with the season ended at all other alpine areas and ski touring centers in New Hampshire, operators are reporting a good and snowier than average season.

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CONWAY — Cranmore has announced the inaugural Cranmore Food and Wine Event, hosted by Chef Vito Marcello with special guest Salvatore Ferragamo, vintner from Il Borro Wines in Tuscany, Italy.

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CONWAY — A passion for holistic treatments and love of gardening came together for Deb Jasien on May 1, 2001, when she first opened the doors to her North Conway Village shop, Fields of Ambrosia.

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April marks the beginning of spring, as most of us around here think of the season. The first day of the month is also notable as April Fool's Day. The day of pranks and practical jokes, and one of my daughter Erin’s favorite days, has been celebrated for centuries by different cultures, tho…

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CONWAY — Conway Scenic Railroad opens for its 45th season Saturday, April 13. There will be two “Valley Train” excursions, both to Conway, with departures at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., each lasting approximately one hour round-trip.

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CONWAY — Almost two years after Wicked Fresh Craft Burgers made its debut in North Conway (at Settlers Corner, next to Staples), the Iannuzzi and Rassi families are expanding into Settlers Green with a new restaurant and two food kiosks to open in June.

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CHOCORUA — Before Betty Schneider — known locally as the "Scandinavian baker" — arrived in the valley from New Orleans, she had worked at a bed-and-breakfast inn in that city, the 1896 O’Malley House.

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Automobile construction has evolved as advancements in design and manufacture have improved.

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FRYEBURG, Maine — Despite getting off to a slow start, with the arrival of more springlike temperatures last weekend, the delayed sap season is at last underway, according to local producers interviewed Sunday.

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As manufacturers fine-tune the efficiency of internal combustion engines, many drivers have become more aware of their vehicles' fuel efficiency.