ConMonitorSport: Pembroke girls' soccer opens with a big 6â0 win over Kennett
ConMonitorSport: Final score: Hopkinton 2, Brady 0 in girls' soccer opener
ConMonitorSport: Whitehead scores her 2nd of the game on an assist from Lily Scammon to put Hopkinton up 2-0 over Brady late in regulation
ConMonitorSport: Smith keeps Hopkinton in the lead over Brady with a nice second-effort save on a loose ball in the box
ConMonitorSport: Palangas comes off her line to stop a Whitehead breakaway and keep Brady's deficit at 1-0
ConMonitorSport: At halftime, Hopkinton leads Brady, 1-0, in girls' soccer. Brady's Sophie Palangas and Hopkinton's Kasey Smith each have 3 saves
ConMonitorSport: Kasey Smith saves a nice direct kick attempt by Brady's Caitie Barrett to keep Hopkinton on top, 1-0
NHDOTI89: TRAFFIC ALERT: Hopkinton I-89 SB Exit 4 right lane is now open
ConMonitorSport: Hopkinton's Lillias Whitehead scores on a nice individual run to put the Hawks up 1-0 on Brady in girls' soccer opener
NHDOTI89: TRAFFIC ALERT: Hopkinton I-89 SB Exit 4 right lane closed. Emergency services in the area.
nhdoti93: ROADWORK COMPLETE: Plymouth/Holderness, I-93 SB Exit 26 to 25.
nhdoti93: ROADWORK COMPLETE: Plymouth, I-93 SB Exit 25 off-ramp.
ConMonitorSport: We'll be at the Brady-Hopkinton girls' soccer opener today at 4. Follow along for updates if you can't make it out to the NHTI field
nhdoti93: ROADWORK ALERT: Plymouth, I-93 SB Exit 25 Off ramp closed.
An enterprising landowner has devised a unique plan to clean up the stonewalls around their pasture land: a goat crew. Along Route 3 in Pembroke two goats are in a temporary pen with a shelter and are left to eat all the vegetation around the stonewall. When the area cleares, they move the pen to the next patch. Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »
Chris Evans, meat department manager at the Fort Eddy Road location (left), Travis Bennett, an apprentice meat cutter, and Rian Schofield, a meat cutter, were happy to be working yesterday. "We're ecstatic," Schofield said. Bennett said that it could be a few more days before meat is fully stocked, but was happy to return to work; he went two weeks without pay. "I'm paying for it now," he said, saying that he is trying to make his car payments. (SUSAN DOUCET Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »
Students, parents and teachers all gather outside Abbot-Downing Elementary in Concord Tuesday during the first day of school. Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »
A customer arrives at Dimond Hill Farm on Tuesday. (SUSAN DOUCET / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »
Katherine Drouin has faced isolation with her condition, many times not wanting to leave her apartment to avoid the stares and gawking at her appearance.
7:15 p.m.: The first course of her meal is ready: a wedge of lettuce with other veggies along with yogurt. The condiments were for later.