In wake of killing, city says it played no role in permitting mental health group home in Laconia
LACONIA — In the wake of the recent homicide at a local mental health support home on McGrath St. at least one person in the neighborhood said they were distressed to learn the home had changed in 2004 from one of constant supervision to one of less supervision.
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