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It’s been a long time coming but I can finally say it — our dining room is open for congregate dining. The staff and volunteers serving lunch still had to wear masks but even with a mask on, it was great to walk about the room yesterday and talk to all the folks I haven’t seen for over a yea…

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PINKHAM NOTCH — After the success of the 34-mile Kancamagus Scenic Byway roadside cleanup in June, the Rotary Clubs of Bristol, Lincoln-Woodstock, North Conway, Ossipee, Plymouth and White Mountains are at it again.

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Summer break for local schools is finally here. Children and families look forward to weeks of adventure and relaxation. No homework to do, no textbook insight, no pop quizzes interrupting a Monday morning. However, did you know there is a correlation between summer vacation for students and…

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EATON — The Little White Church of Eaton is re-opening with a multi-musical celebration on Saturday, July 24, featuring the fully restored piano played by Dana Cunningham and Ellen Schwindt and the sultry Caribbean tunes of the Mango Groove Steel Band.

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Greetings from the woodshop at the North Conway Community Center. While we don’t have a permanent woodshop per se, we are pleased to be partnering with Home Depot and Knights of Columbus volunteers to set up a makeshift assembly line to create beautiful raised garden beds for programming in …

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Every once in a while, you’re lucky enough to open the daily paper and read some wonderful news. I was browsing through Thursday’s Sun when I suddenly spotted a picture of one of our former dining room volunteers looking as lovely as she always did. Helen Garland Hill, a longtime Conway and …

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FRYEBURG, Maine — In 2013, the Western Oxford Agricultural Society, also known as the Fryeburg Fair, voted to give two awards, to be selected from the high school senior students who apply, to students who reside in the Western Oxford Agricultural Society towns.

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CONWAY — The MWV Age-Friendly Community is pleased to announce a collaboration with seven Mount Washington Valley libraries to provide the tools you need to start a small kitchen garden (or patio, porch or yard garden). You can check out on loan Lowe’s 5-gallon buckets that have been stocked…