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The Laconia Brush Dump is closed temporarily as of May 31st

The Laconia Brush Dump will be closed temporarily as of May 31st. Due to the recent dry weather, the City has been unable to burn the material brought to the Brush Dump. The amount of material in the dump has reached the point that no more can be taken until the material on site has been burned.
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180-182 Blueberry Ln.

Beautifully Updated 1 Bedroom......Heat Included - Keewaydin Pines is tucked in among the many lakes and mountains that make up this beautiful region. Boat or fish in one of the regions 15 major lakes and ponds, or ski and snowboard at one of several local mountains, all while being within walking distance of downtown Laconia. All apartments include heat & cooking with the rent, helping to make Keewaydin Pines one of Laconias best kept secrets.

NH Chronicle: On a wild moose chase

Friday, June 3rd — Tonight, where is the best place to see a moose? A Lincoln company is taking the guesswork out of it. Pemi Valley Moose Tours takes folks on a trip through the scenic White Mountains in search of the gentle giants and their offspring. Audrey Cox climbed on board their bus and went in search of Bullwinkle.

Special master’s plan moves Jackson, Albany to District 2

CONCORD — The Supreme Court’s special master has proposed moving five towns in the Lakes Region and Mount Washington Valley to equalize the state’s two congressional districts. The court rejected a motion by Senate President Chuck Morse and House Speaker Sherman Packard filed late Thursday to stop...

Win Tickets to The Rockzilla Tour With Papa Roach and More

Make sure you tune in all weekend long for blocks of songs from some of WCYY's biggest acts. And we want to sweeten the deal by giving away a block of tickets (8 tickets to be exact) to The Rockzilla Tour with Papa Roach, Falling In Reverse, Hollywood Undead, and Bad Wolves! Saturday, July 30th at Bank of NH Pavilion in Gilford.

Viewers' Choice 2022: Best burgers in New Hampshire

We asked our viewers where to find the best burgers in New Hampshire. Black Mountain Burger Co. has more than a dozen burger varieties, including the Smitty Burger -- a burger layered between two grilled cheese sandwiches. 3. (tie) Hop + Grind in Durham. Hop + Grind offers fresh-ground single...
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Relax When You Hike These Waterfront View Trails In New Hampshire

If you’re a fan of nature and spending time by the water, how about taking a hike along one of the following trails in New Hampshire? As you’ll see, each of these hikes has spectacular views of lakes, rivers, and even waterfalls. In addition to getting to spend some time by the water, you’ll get to take in picturesque scenery, breathe fresh air, and see some wildlife too.

Vermont Varsity Insider Athletes of the Week: Winners for May 16-21

The votes have been tallied and the winners of the Vermont Varsity Insider Athletes of the Week honors are ... Sam Crane of South Burlington lacrosse and Jacob Gilman of Thetford baseball. Crane collected 42.01% of the 12,762 votes cast in the girls contest while Gilman finished with a 51.29% share of the 9,894 votes tallied on the boys side. The online voting at...

New Hampshire man recalls entering Japanese internment camp at age 6

THORNTON, N.H. — During World War II, tens of thousands of American citizens were forced into detention centers around the country because of their Japanese ancestry. David Sakura, now of Thornton, was one of those citizens. He was interred at 6 years old, with his 3- and 1-year-old brothers, at a prison camp in Idaho.

Laconia police chief affirms safety of local schools

LACONIA — Laconia Police Chief Matthew Canfield has school safety on his mind every single day. After the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Canfield spoke with The Daily Sun to emphasize that Laconia school and law enforcement officials are doing all within their power to ensure that local schools are secure.

Tourism officials urge visitors to respect New Hampshire's resources

CENTER HARBOR, N.H. — With a busy summer tourism season expected, New Hampshire officials are urging visitors to respect the area's resources. Summer is the busiest time of year for tourism in the Granite State, and this year is expected to be no exception. Preparations were underway Thursday at the Purity Spring Resort in Madison.