COVID Closes Conway Town Hall!

by George Cleveland on January 13, 2022

in Front Page News

Due to an outbreak of COVID, the Conway Town Hall will be closed to the public until at least Tuesday morning, January 18th. Conway Town Manager tom Holmes told Magic 104 that three staff members have tested positive for COVID 19.

He said that staff working on the second floor were being encouraged to continue working if they felt okay and tested negative. If you need to conduct business with the planning, engineering or inspection departments, please do it by phone.

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Memorial to begin administering COVID-19 Vaccine to children 5-11

by George Cleveland November 5, 2021 Front Page News

NORTH CONWAY, NH – November 4, 2021. The New Hampshire Department of Health has released Pfizer vaccine doses for children aged 5-11 to Memorial Hospital. The hospital expects to begin vaccinations to this age group Monday for its pediatric patients and Tuesday to the public in its vaccine clinic at 2779 White Mountain Highway.. “There have […]

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Fryeburg Stabbing Update

by George Cleveland October 13, 2021 Front Page News

More information and an arrest in the fatal stabbing that took place early this morning at the Fryeburg Fairgrounds in Fryeburg, Maine. At 1:05 am on October 13th, the Oxford Sheriff’s Department dispatch center received a 911 call from the Fairgrounds for the report of a male who had been stabbed and was unresponsive.  The […]

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