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Linda M. Cunha, 53

NORTHFIELD — Linda “Lin” Marie (Bolduc) Cunha, 53, of Northfield/Laconia, passed away at the Granite VNA Hospice House on the Concord Hospital Campus in the arms of her loved ones on June 21, 2022, the birthday of her beloved predeceased, Uncle Father Hector Bolduc. Lin was born...
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Norwich man arrested, held without bail

NORWICH — A 21-year-old man was arrested following an incident in Norwich yesterday. Authorities say they were called for assistance regarding a child custody concern. Subsequently, Officer Ingraham, Officer Root, and Hartford Officer Angulo arrested Travis Morcom. Morcom was picked up on an outstanding warrant for 2 charges of...
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Police seek man who painted 'Murderer' on signs for Concord, NH gun show

CONCORD, N.H. – Police in New Hampshire are looking to identify a man they say was seen painting "Murderer" on signs for an upcoming gun show.The incident was reported near the end of May at Everett Arena on Loudon Road in Concord.A witness told police they saw the man spraying the signs with red paint.Concord Police released a photo of the suspect on Thursday.Anyone with information is asked to call (603) 225-8600.

Jeanette G. Boklund, 95

LACONIA — On Monday, June 20, 2022, Jeanette "Jan" G. Boklund, of Laconia, peacefully went home to be with the Lord at the age of 95. Jeanette was born on February 8, 1927, in Manchester, to Rose and Albert Landry. She married the love of her life, Carl S. Boklund, on June 28, 1946. They raised one son, Carl J. Boklund, in Fairfield, CT, until moving to Trumbull, CT, in 1973 where they resided until retirement in 2007. She proudly worked as an accountant at Bialik and Neville accounting firm in Westport, CT, for 31 years. She and Carl moved to NH in 2007 to be closer to family.
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Seacoast ‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ rallies at Portsmouth, Dover, Exeter

PORTSMOUTH — Numerous “Bans Off Our Bodies” rallies have been scheduled across the region and throughout New Hampshire in the wake of the US Supreme Court’s decision Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending the constitutional right to an abortion. Planned Parenthood New Hampshire Action Fund...

Ticks are looking for you, are you checking for them?

As the summer weather beckons people outside, Kaitlyn Morse, founder of a citizen-science organization, warns there is likely something creepy waiting for them to draw near: ticks. Morse founded Bebop Labs, which started working in 2018 to fill in gaps related to public health information. The first gap investigated was...

Barbara Mason, 91

MOULTONBOROUGH — Barbara Goss Mason, 91, formerly of Swansea, MA, and current resident of Moultonborough, passed away June 19, 2022 in her home. She was surrounded by loved ones. Barbara was the loving wife of the late Thomas Adam Mason. The daughter of the late Milton Murray Goss Sr....

Fireworks on July 5th @ 9:30pm

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the firework display planned by the Town of Waterville Valley has been postponed to Tuesday, July 5th, beginning at 9:30pm. We apologize for this disappointment and any potential inconvenience caused. There are still a host of activities and events planned over the holiday weekend. For updated information on events and happenings in Waterville Valley between July 2nd and July 5th, check the Resort Insider at

Combating nursing burnout, one workplace at a time

LACONIA — In Joeline Pike’s 31 years as a nurse and nursing assistant, she has learned to spot her own signs of burnout, which peaked during COVID and its wake: Migraines, sleeplessness, relentless worry about her nursing home patients and co-workers — and wondering how much more she could possibly give.

State to take questions on new forensic hospital during online session

The state is holding its final public information session on a new $30 million 24-bed forensic psychiatric hospital on Thursday, June 30, before seeking bids for the project later this year or early next. The new facility, which will sit on New Hampshire Hospital grounds Concord will replace the current...
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68 Batchelder Street #2

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Lyme Road housing project resumes with modified location

The proposed apartments — which would house 400 undergraduate students — will be relocated across Lyme Road to the north end of the golf course. The College announced on Thursday that the housing project on Lyme Road — a proposal to create undergraduate housing on Garipay Fields, around 30 minutes north of Baker-Berry Library by foot — will move forward, with one substantial change: The proposed apartments will relocate west, across Lyme Road, to the north end of the former golf course and Pine Park.

Doobie Brothers in New Hampshire this Weekend

The Doobie Brothers are making a tour stop just shy of Maine this weekend. The Doobie Brothers are finally on the road for their 50th Anniversary Tour. The tour was paused for two years due to COVID. A stop in Gilford, New Hampshire at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion was rescheduled to June 26, 2022. The show was originally rescheduled to August 14, 2021.

Roger Wood Talks Nursing Shortage Solutions With Colby Sawyer

In the midst of a serious nursing shortage in New Hampshire, one college is taking an aggressive stance to educate new nurses. That is Colby Sawyer College in New London. The college is in the midst of a $10.5 million fundraising campaign to build a 20,000+ square-foot building to serve as a hub for academic and clinical training. Associate publisher and podcast producer Roger Wood speaks to Kevin Finn, Dean and Professor of the School of Nursing & Health Sciences and Director of Clinical Partnerships about the planned expansion.

NHTI’s ‘Micro Doors for Microcredentials’ Debut in Concord

CONCORD, NH – To expand access to and awareness of the college’s innovative microcredential programs, NHTI–Concord’s Community College has partnered with local businesses during the Intown Concord’s Market Days Festival to promote placement of our “micro doors.” These mini shopfronts are each a few feet tall and contain a QR code that links to more information about specific microcredentials offered at NHTI.

First laps at Loudon

In my first ever racing experience, I attended the New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s fifth annual “Racing Media Challenge.” The event was used to promote July 15-17, a racing weekend including two NASCAR events.

William B. Hall, 66

ALEXANDRIA — William “Farmer Bill and Wild Bill” Bryant Hall, 66, of Alexandria, passed away on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at Concord Hospital. He was born in Laconia, son of Kenneth and Rosalie Hall. Bill was an over the road trucker that was proud of his CDL...