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Most new cars lack that “wow” factor that used to generate excitement in the bygone days of motoring. Today, tech rules, and style has taken a backseat. Form still plays a role, but function is the priority.

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CONWAY — U.S. Cellular has promoted Cheng Chen to store manager at the North Conway store located at 1584 White Mountain Highway. In this role, Chen is responsible for leading his team of wireless technology experts to help customers select the devices, plans and consumer electronics to best…

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CONCORD — For the first time since March 27, buses from three major New England bus lines will begin transporting passengers among destinations in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and New York City.

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CONWAY — In a recent story on New Hampshire Public Radio entitled “Trouble on the trails: Forest Service grapples with crowds, trash and human waste,” New Hampshire journalis, Sean Hurley examined the results of overcrowding on the hiking trails in the White Mountains.

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CONWAY — Throughout August, the Mt. Washington Valley Eaters & Growers (MWVEG) will join over 70 partners throughout the state to highlight New Hampshire Eat Local Month — a monthlong celebration of local food and New Hampshire farmers and food producers.

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It was 1957 — quite a year for Plymouth. They scrapped their four-year design cycle and broke out newly styled 1957 models they claimed were three full years ahead. “Suddenly, it’s 1960!” touted Plymouth, “The car you might have expected in 1960 is at your dealers’ today!”

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CONWAY — The Conway Planning Board gave unanimous conditional approval last Thursday to plans that would demolish the closed Junge’s Motel and put up a new hotel, restaurant and bank on the property at 1858 White Mountain Highway in North Conway.

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MADISON — The alternative energy vision and community legacy of late Madison resident Ray O’Brien shined bright at dedication ceremonies on a hot and sunny Monday morning of the new Ray’s Array solar panel behind the town-owned Burke Ballfield.