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LANCASTER — In testimony that at times brought witnesses to tears, jurors Tuesday heard about the death of 2 1/2-year-old Madison Dana of Berlin on Nov. 27, 2016.

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CONWAY — A local "Global Climate Strike" event will take place Friday starting at noon at the Four Corners of Conway Village (the intersection of Route 16 and 153 and Washington Street) and lasting until 3 p.m.

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OSSIPEE — Ossipee selectmen on Monday said the state had to return nearly $700,000 to the federal government for the replacement of the Whittier Bridge, which has been out of service since 2008.

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OSSIPEE — The New Hampshire Department of Transportation said the demolition and slide-in replacement of the Bearcamp River Relief Bridge in Ossipee will begin Sept. 27.

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CONWAY — Despite showers threatening all day and clammy, cold weather at the summit, Jen’s Friends’ 22nd annual Climb Against Cancer held at Cranmore Mountain Resort last Saturday raised a whopping $80,000, down only $5,000 from last year.

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OSSIPEE — An Ossipee officer told town selectmen on Sept. 9 that they will be strictly enforcing the speed limit on Newman Drew Road, which has become a detour around some bridge construction.

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CONWAY — Ten electric-powered vehicles stopped by North Conway’s Cranmore Mountain Resort charging station Monday morning as they made their way from Colebrook to Portsmouth in a day-long promotion designed to raise awareness of the growth of electric vehicle technology and popularity around…

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FRANCONIA — At approximately 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, New Hampshire Fish and Game conservation officers received an emergency signal from the International Emergency Response Coordination Center that an emergency beacon had been activated in the Franconia Notch area.

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CONWAY — It means more time on the bus for 29 elementary school students, but the Conway School Board believes it has come up with a safer way to get youngsters to school from the Hitching Post cabins and back on Route 16.

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CONWAY — About a dozen protesters, seeking justice following an incident in which a wild duck was lured from Lake Winnepesaukee, beaten and killed by Kennett High School football players last month, drew a mix of thumbs-up and middle fingers Friday when they stood in front of the school duri…