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Bush spends millions on TV but has yet to rise in GOP race

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) - Jeb Bush and his allies are spending circles around his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination. Yet for all the money they've invested - $26 million on television ads alone - they've yet to see a substantial return.

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Thousands stolen from annual charitable gift drive in Concord over holiday weekend

More than $3,000 worth of gift cards and unused tools were stolen last week from Operation Santa Claus, the annual charitable drive of the state's largest union, according to state police and union officials…

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Freezing rain advisory for much of New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The National Weather Service has put out a freezing rain advisory for much of New Hampshire.

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Drug abuse panel mulls millions for enforcement, monitoring

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire would raid some dedicated funds to spend more than $3.5 million beefing up law enforcement and upgrading the state's prescription drug monitoring program as part of an effort to combat the growing heroin abuse problem.

Today at 12:36PM
Nearly $23M to upgrade sewage plants, drinking water systems

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire will be getting nearly $23 million from the Environmental Protection Agency to upgrade sewage plants and drinking water systems.

Today at 08:02AM
Police: Man pours lighter fluid on gas station booth

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Police say a man poured lighter fluid on a secured employee booth at a Manchester gas station, threatening a worker that he would ignite it if she failed to give him cash.

Today at 07:44AM
Police say 2 fatal accidents in Thanksgiving holiday period

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire State Police say there were two fatal motor vehicle crashes during the Thanksgiving holiday period and 906 citations issued for speeding.

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Letter: The power of song

Many thanks to the Monitor and to Geoff Forester for the photo essay of the Music School's Songweavers singing together with new Americans at Second Start (Monitor Local & State, Nov. 18). Geoff's…

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Letter: True to the theme

Concord's 250th anniversary is upon us, and as a participant of the Nov. 21 holiday parade it really was a shame that more publicity wasn't given to those who actually followed the theme: Colonial Concord. …

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Letter: Use greed to fight drugs

I have a solution to the heroin epidemic: greed, desire and good-heartedness. Start giving $10,000 rewards for the turning in of heroin/opiate dealers with the caveat that the dealer serve a legislatively…

Today at 06:17AM
Letter: Get behind Sanders

Bernie Sanders's genuine approach is a refreshing departure from a world where "politics" and "politicians" are ugly words. His long-held beliefs are now shared by a majority of Americans. If you've…

Today at 06:17AM
Letter: Clean Power Plan is public health initiative

Thank you for your recent article "Climate change, shifting habits are steep hurdles for N.H. farms" (Monitor front page, Nov. 25). As the parent of a young child with a backyard garden, I was particularly…

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Letter: Memo to Scarborough

Good morning, Joe and Mika, welcome to New Hampshire. I understand you're in Concord today, at the Snow Shoe Club. I watched you yesterday. Not only did you give demagogue Donald Trump a platform to…

Today at 06:17AM
Letter: Gasholder roots

As the fifth generation of the Deily & Fowler Iron Works, which designed and engineered the Concord gasholder building in 1888, I sincerely hope the collective efforts of all involved will preserve…

Today at 06:17AM
Letter: We were all refugees

I read with interest the story of the Mayflower Society (Monitor front page, Nov. 26). My mother's family always knew they were direct descendants of William Brewster, and based upon my brother's research…

Today at 05:04AM
Substance abuse task force panel to meet; finances on agenda

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A panel of lawmakers will meet in Concord as part of a legislative task force formed to address the state's growing heroin abuse crisis.

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Kuster returns from trip to Afghanistan, Kuwait

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire Congresswoman Annie Kuster has returned from a trip with other House members to Afghanistan and Kuwait, which included spending Thanksgiving with U.S. troops.