CONWAY — Selectmen and the town manager remained tight-lipped about what comes next with short-term rental saga which made an abrupt turn last week when voters refused to legalize hundreds of short-tern rentals operating in residential zones.
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CONWAY — The numbers of COVID-19 tests being performed at Memorial Hospital are decreasing, and as a result the hospital is reducing its hours for testing.
CONWAY — “One year, one month, two weeks and four days” — that’s how long it had been since music students at Kennett High School got the opportunity to play collectively due to COVID-19, according to Dr. Therese Davison, music director for the Eagles.
CONWAY — The End 68 Hours of Hunger pantry is about to be filled to the brim thanks to an 11-day friendly food challenge taken on by local schools. And, boy, did they respond to the challenge.
PINKHAM NOTCH — Speeding will once again be allowed, even encouraged this August when the 2021 Mt. Washington Hillclimb takes place on the famed Mt. Washington Auto Road on Aug. 13-15.
JACKSON — On Saturday, in cooperation with the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Carroll County Coalition for Public Health, the Jackson Police Department will be participating in National Drug Take Back Day and Narcan Distribution.
CONCORD — Law enforcement would have to stop pressuring a vehicle owner to search a vehicle after the driver refuses to consent under a bill a House committee heard Wednesday.
CONWAY — The Grafton County Attorney's Office has filed two criminal complaints of "false personation" against disgraced former Bartlett Police Chief Tim Connifey following his arrest by Alexandria police last month.
CONWAY — Selectmen have decided they will begin the enforcement process against hundreds of short-term rental owners operating in the residential zones of the town.
CONWAY — A former 18th century home and tavern that local historians say once served as a host for Conway’s first town meetings was razed Monday and Tuesday, and the attached barn is to come down today to make way for an Eastern Propane office building and a maintenance building.
JACKSON — The police department is working to improve its response to children in mental health crises, the chief told U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
BARTLETT — Voters next month may be asked to consider purchasing a new fire truck that may be partially grant funded, said Chief Jeff Currier Monday.