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The Insiders: We'll explain how baby musicals are made, but only if you promise to see Legally Blonde, Jr. tonight

This is a conversation we should probably have had some time ago, but it's time for us to sit down and explain how some productions are made. You see, there's the birds and the bees and sometimes two scripts…

Today at 05:00PM
Community photo: Mini-theater

Emma Fabian, 10, was named the winner of the Colonial Theater Art Contest by Brenda Kean, executive director of the Laconia Historical & Museum Society. She created a diorama of the theater complete…

Today at 05:00PM
People for July 31, 2015

BOSCAWEN Danielle Carkin earned a doctor of philosophy degree in criminal justice and criminology from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. BOW Jacqueline Laboe was named to the dean's list for…

Today at 03:51PM
New England's tallest building gets a name change

BOSTON (AP) - New England's tallest building is getting a name change, but it's not clear whether Bostonians will play along.

Today at 03:17PM
Motorcyclists seriously injured in crash with tractor trailer in Franklin

An accident involving a motorcycle and tractor trailer left two people seriously injured and shut down a road in Franklin on Thursday. Two adult motorcyclists were transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical…

Today at 01:51PM
Patriots open camp, try to ignore 'Deflategate' noise

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Fans drove to Gillette Stadium past a booth selling "Free Tom Brady" T-shirts.

Today at 01:15PM
Kimball Pond in Hopkinton is closed while water is tested

Kimball Pond in Hopkinton was closed Thursday after a film was discovered on the water in the morning. The film was likely caused by the hot weather, a statement on the town's website announced. "We're…

Today at 12:59PM
Brady lawsuit transferred from Minnesota to New York court

NEW YORK (AP) - Tom Brady's lawsuit against the NFL in which he wants his four-game suspension overturned will be heard in New York instead of Minnesota.

Today at 12:41PM
Democrats consider distance from Jefferson, Jackson

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Democratic parties in the three states that start the presidential nominating process are exploring ending their association with two former White House occupants: Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson.

Today at 09:18AM
Letter: A thanks to all volunteers

I feel a need to rebut Mel Graykin's view of my "volunteer" job as a New Hampshire legislator (Monitor Forum, May 1). Regardless of our political views, we're all in the House and Senate trying to make…

Today at 09:17AM
Letter: Ensuring a bright future

Much has been written in this newspaper about leadership decisions at the Community College System of New Hampshire. Some question the administration's priorities, claiming faculty are losing their jobs…

Today at 09:17AM
Letter: Iran give-aways

And now finally it is revealed that "secret" agreements have been made as part of the Iran deal. Maybe the public would like to know what kind of give-away the Obama administration has agreed to now. …

Today at 09:17AM
Letter: Dangerous travels

I enjoyed the article "A Different Road" by Mel Graykin (Monitor Forum, July 24). My husband and I enjoy riding our bicycles around Bow and Concord. Unfortunately, we are balancing our need for exercise…

Today at 09:17AM
Letter: A game voters can't win

Are politics trumping governance? There is a difference between governance and politics. One is a process for managing our government and its programs. The other is a public debate determining who…

Today at 09:17AM
Letter: Illogical taxation

In a Sunday letter, Richard Foss aptly points out how New Hampshire's reliance on real estate taxes burdens retirees attempting to keep their homes (Monitor letters, July 26). That disadvantage is exacerbated…

Today at 09:01AM
Police identify woman found in Lyman pond

LYMAN, N.H. (AP) - State police have identified the woman who appears to have drowned while swimming in Lyman.

Today at 07:23AM
Man accused of hacking family to death found unfit for trial

LACONIA, N.H. (AP) - A 33-year-old New Hampshire man accused of hacking his mother and brother to death has been found unfit to stand trial.

Today at 07:22AM
University removes 'bias-free language guide' from website

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) - The University of New Hampshire has removed from its website a "bias-free language guide" that warned against using the word "American" because it fails to recognize South America.

Today at 06:56AM
Fatal crash: Pickup was speeding, officer unable to catch up

WEARE, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire State Police say a pickup truck that overturned earlier this month in Weare, killing one of the three people inside, was traveling at a high rate of speed with no headlights or tail lights on as it was spotted by a police officer traveling in the opposite direction.

Today at 06:17AM
Police: Man named Huckleberry Finn charged with sex assault

KEENE, N.H. (AP) - Police in New Hampshire say a man named Huckleberry Finn followed a woman into her home and sexually assaulted her.

Today at 03:15AM
Cat to have leg amputated after being shot twice

EPSOM, N.H. (AP) - A stray cat in New Hampshire is recovering after it was shot twice.

Today at 02:27AM
Family of man fatally shot by Haverhill cops hires attorney

HAVERHILL, N.H. (AP) - The family of a New Hampshire man who was fatally shot by two Haverhill officers earlier this month has hired an attorney who plans to investigate the incident.

Today at 02:17AM
Arrest made in Bedford bank robbery

BEDFORD, N.H. (AP) - Police have made an arrest in a Bedford bank robbery in which they said the suspect showed a note and indicated he had a weapon.