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CONWAY — The Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council and Northeast Woodland Chartered Public School avoided a court battle last week when the council agreed not to sell Lot 5, the land the school uses for outdoor classrooms. 

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CONWAY — The man and woman who went on the lam after being questioned in connection with an armed robbery at the North Conway Hannaford grocery store’s parking lot have been apprehended and charged.

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LOVELL, Maine — A proposal to build a 35-megawatt solar farm on private property in Lovell brought robust objections from the residents who thronged a Lovell Planning Board meeting last Wednesday.

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LANCASTER — There will be no testimony at the trial of Volodymyr Zhukovskyy about two instances of erratic driving by a truck hauling a trailer earlier on the day of the fatal collision that killed seven motorcyclists.

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CONWAY — Today marks the 80th anniversary of the Japanese surprise attack on the U.S. Naval Fleet at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941.

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CONWAY — With Mother Nature doing her part to lay down some natural white stuff, coupled with snowmaking efforts at local ski areas, interest is strong for the start of the ski and riding season.

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BARTLETT — Cross-country ski touring centers enjoyed strong demand last season and that trend is expected to continue this season as outdoors enthusiasts head to the tracks and trails on snowshoes and skis.

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CONWAY — Ski history was celebrated anew at the New England Ski Museum’s Eastern Slope Branch and the North Conway Community Center Tuesday night as fourth- and fifth-grade students in SAU 9 showcased their ski history projects at an open house.

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BERLIN — After more than two years of delay, in part due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Berlin City Council last week agreed to turn the former Brown School property over to a developer to be turned into apartments.

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CONWAY — Town Manager Tom Holmes last week asked selectmen to consider funding a revaluation next year, the $70,000 cost of which would be in the proposed 2022 operating budget. The state mandates revaluations every five years and the previous one was just done in 2019.

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CONWAY — Still only in draft form, the Conway School Board got its first look at the proposed budget for 2021-22 last week and it tops $40 million for the first time, which is up roughly $1.5 million over the current budget. The chief reason for the hike is health insurance. School officials…