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CONWAY — The annual Conway Parks & Recreation Department’s Turkey Trot is back but it’s taking on a whole different look.

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CONWAY — Kennett Middle School will host some very special guests in the Seidenstuecker Gymnasium this Thursday, Nov. 21, at 6:30 p.m. The Harlem Rockets, a talented group of basketball entertainers who combine incredible showtime basketball skills and family friendly comedy, will face the K…

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CONWAY — The Saint Joseph's Monks (8-0, No. 1 seed in Great North Atlantic Conference, 17-3 overall), earned passage to the GNAC field hockey tournament final in Standish, Maine this Saturday at 1 p.m.

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Junior defensive back Aaron Lamar (North Conway/Kennett High) of the Western New England University football team has been named the Commonwealth Coast Football Defensive Player of the Week for the first time in his career, the league office announced on Oct. 28.

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CONWAY — The Conway Rec travel soccer team captured the 2019 Carroll County Soccer Tournament Championship in Moultonborough on Saturday, Oct. 26. Going 5-0, it was the first Carroll County Soccer Tournament Championship since 2002 for Conway Rec.

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CONWAY — After receiving the prestigious Harold Lederman Historian Award at the Ring 10 annual Boxing Banquet in New York City on Sept. 29, and reuniting with old NYC work-related friends as well as boxing luminaries, North Conway resident Ted Sares returned home and immediately set out to d…

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CONWAY — The Conway Parks & Recreation Department is scheduled to hold its annual Halloween Party on Monday Oct, 28 from 6 to 7:45 p.m. The party will take place at the department’s new home on the campus of Kennett Middle School.

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CONCORD — Do you know an individual or an organization that has made a difference to New Hampshire’s wildlife, fisheries or open land? If so, honor them with a nomination for a New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission Award of Excellence. Nominations are due by Dec. 31.

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BRIDGTON, Maine — Bridgton Highlands Golf and Tennis hosted its final tennis tournament of the 2019 season last weekend, Sept. 14-15. The annual Harvest Hills Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament fundraiser event had a full field of 18 teams, which included a total of 36 players.

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CONCORD — The hunting season for ruffed grouse — New Hampshire’s most sought-after upland game bird — starts Oct. 1 and runs through Dec. 31. Woodcock season also opens Oct. 1 and concludes Nov.14. Karen Bordeau, the state Fish and Game Department’s Small Game Project Leader, notes that bett…