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CONWAY — Though frustrated and hamstrung by lawsuits stretching back a decade, Rob Barsamian, owner and president of Settlers Green shopping complexes on Route 16, continues to believe construction of the much-anticipated Market Basket grocery store will begin by late summer, with the store …

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CONWAY — In an effort to maximize the safety of staff and families, SAU 9 has gone to food delivery three times a week instead of five. Children will still receive lunch and breakfast for all five days.

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SCARBOROUGH, Maine — In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Hannaford Supermarkets is donating $750,000 to numerous hunger relief and homeless outreach organizations throughout the Northeast in order to support some of the most at-risk members of the community.

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CONCORD — Gov. Chris Sununu announced at a news conference on Monday afternoon that he is shutting down hotels, motels and short-term home rentals like Airbnbs to help stop the spread of COVID-19 except for essential workers and vulnerable populations.

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CONWAY — “We’re used to being the ones stepping up and offering fundraisers to help local people and organizations — now we’re on the other side of it, and it’s very humbling,” said Jonathan Rivers, owner of Indian Mound Golf Club in Center Ossipee, as his and other courses across the state …

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OSSIPEE — A Carroll County Superior Court judge ruled an elderly jail inmate  incarcerated on domestic violence convictions may serve his sentence from home since the jail superintendent doubts he can keep him safe from COVID-19.

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LACONIA — Lakes Regional Healthcare is furloughing about 600 people for as long as four months as it struggles to cope with the financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, LRGH President and CEO Kevin Donovan said Friday. Emergency medicine, critical care and COVID-19 services will rema…

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CONWAY — It’s not the spring that any Kennett High students were looking for, especially the seniors who were in their last go-round of doing spring sports, planning college visits, getting psyched for prom and enjoying their final days as high-schoolers.

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BARTLETT — Bartlett selectmen voted unanimously Friday to write Gov. Chris Sununu asking him to “eliminate short-term rental use for the time being and help protect the residents of this state.”