Local COVID-19 Updates
Below is a list (in alphabetical order) of local restaurants. In view of the recent ordered closure of buildings to patrons by Gov. Chris Sununu, these establishments are open but are limited to providing takeout only.
CONWAY — The state of New Hampshire is expanding its COVID-19 testing criteria to include household members of anyone in a high-risk category for contracting the disease, as well as to people who work at child-care centers.
CONWAY — Are you an independent who took a pink or blue ballot in February, then forgot to change your party affiliation back to undeclared? You'd be well-advised to do so soon, as voters have until June 2 to change party affiliation for the Sept. 8 primary election.
CONWAY — “I’m optimistic,” John Eastman, director of the Conway Parks and Recreation Department, said Wednesday regarding where things stand with the annual eight-week summer program geared for boys and girls ages 6-14 from Albany and Conway.
OSSIPEE — Carroll County Superior Court Judge Amy Ignatius has dismissed a third lawsuit pertaining to the proposed building of a Market Basket grocery store at the Settlers Green shopping complex in North Conway.
OSSIPEE — A legally blind man accused of shoplifting from Walmart in 2018 may be let off the hook from doing any prison time, according to a “diversion agreement” OK’d by a Carroll County Superior Court judge Monday.
CONWAY — By all accounts, the first COVID-19 pandemic election, with drive-through voting at the town garage in Center Conway, was, logistically, a rousing success, as more ballots were counted Tuesday than in 2018 or 2019.
PINKHAM NOTCH – Officials with the Sports Car Club of New Hampshire, Subaru of America and the Mt. Washington Auto Road have announced that the historic Mt. Washington Hillclimb set to take place July 9-12 will be postponed until next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.