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CONWAY — Conway police on Wednesday filed a reckless driving charge against Carroll County Treasurer Joe Costello. They say the violation-level offense happened May 8 at about 1:51 p.m. near the Big Apple Citgo gas station in North Conway.

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CONCORD — As the second anniversary of the Route 2 collision in Randolph that killed seven motorcyclists approaches Monday, Gov. Chris Sununu said the state has worked nonstop to make major improvements at the Division of Motor Vehicles to make its roads safer.

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CONWAY — Selectmen are creating a list of possible projects to be funded with federal money from the American Rescue Plan Act, and ideas so far include bathrooms in North Conway and repairs to Conway Village’s sewer system.

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CONWAY — The Conway School Board had its first guests since the start of the pandemic on Monday night, and they were guests of honor. The board recognized 13 retirees at the beginning of its meeting in the Professional Development Center in the SAU 9 offices. It was also the first meeting wh…

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CONCORD — In the state's last regularly scheduled COVID-19 pandemic press briefing Thursday, Gov. Chris Sununu and state health officials announced relaxed mask guidelines as cases continued to fall in New Hampshire.

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CONWAY — On June 11 at approximately 4:30 p.m., the New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game was notified that a mountain biker had been incapacitated by a seizure on the Hurricane Trail on Black Cap Mountain.

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OSSIPEE — A local sex offender has been charged with failing to comply with offender registration laws, Police Chief Anthony Castaldo announced in a press release Tuesday. 

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OSSIPEE — The Friends of Ossipee Rail Trail (FORT) is advocating for the public use of rail lines for trails. They are inviting the public to a forum on that topic to be held June 30.

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CONWAY — The Class of 2021 at Kennett High was not only celebrated but also honored over the weekend with awards presented at the senior banquet in Gary Millen Stadium on Saturday.