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Katie List and Ben Leubsdorf were married Oct. 3 at the American Institute of Architects in Washington, D.C. Terie Norelli, former speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, officiated the…

Today at 02:09PM
Make sure to fill out a passport for your chance to Win the Window

If you missed the train on last year's inaugural Win the Window, we have good news: it's back for a second year. All you have to do is pick up a passport at a downtown business or print one off Intown…

Today at 02:09PM
Zonta Club of Concord lends a helping hand to NHTI student

What happens when a student who is one semester away from graduating with a degree in dental hygiene learns that she won't be receiving a grant she was counting on? First there is panic. Then there is…

Today at 02:03PM
There seems to be a lot of trash hanging around our city streets

If you happen to be one of those people who toss your empty Dunkin' Donuts cup out the window or just watch as your McDonald's cheeseburger wrapper floats away in the wind, then shame on you. And if you…

Today at 02:03PM
If you like shopping at night, then Midnight Merriment is for you

If you haven't noticed, it's December and that means your holiday shopping days are dwindling. Before you know it, you're going to be driving around to any place that's open on Christmas Eve looking for…

Today at 07:26AM
Planned Parenthood clinic damaged in hatchet attack reopens

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A Planned Parenthood clinic in New Hampshire reopened Monday nearly six weeks after police say it was badly damaged by a hatchet-wielding boy.

Today at 07:12AM
Vandalized Planned Parenthood clinic reopens in Claremont

CLAREMONT, N.H. (AP) - A Planned Parenthood clinic in Claremont has reopened nearly six weeks after police said it was badly damaged by a hatchet-wielding juvenile.

Today at 06:28AM
Driver identified in fatal crash in Jefferson

JEFFERSON, N.H. (AP) - Police have identified a driver who died at the scene of a single-vehicle crash in northern New Hampshire over the weekend.

Today at 05:33AM
Library switches to propane system amid pellet boiler woes

WEST LEBANON, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire public library board of trustees has voted to switch a secondary fuel source from a pellet boiler to propane.

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: We're terrorizing ourselves

Don't be scared. ISIS isn't coming here anytime soon. Why would they? They see that we are already doing a damn good job of killing us. They fear that no matter how hard they try, they might not even…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: Not the time for refugees

I have a real problem with accepting refugees from Syria. It's not because I don't have a heart; those who know me know I do. My concern is about keeping our nation safe. Reading about how we are going…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: Questions to ponder

I wonder if: 1. Russian President Putin would have supported Syrian President Assad had he known that ISIL would use his arms and technology to blow up a Russian plane? 2. There is enough space at…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: The transgender conversation

I was pleased to find the article on transgender murders and what might be behind this (Sunday Monitor Local & State, Nov. 22). However, this Associated Press article failed to mention the other…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: Choose hope over fear

Ray Duckler hawking fear and worry - how could you publish that (Monitor front page, Nov. 21)? How does that edify, enlighten, encourage? I think Franklin Roosevelt would wonder if you had forgotten…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: Graham wronged by councilors

I hope that Executive Councilors Sununu, Kenney and Wheeler have read the "Statement by Past Presidents of the New Hampshire Bar Association" published in the Nov. 16 Monitor and Union Leader. It would…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: Our big responsibility

New Hampshire has the distinction of having the first-in-the-nation primary. This is a serious responsibility for all New Hampshire voters because we have the opportunity to significantly narrow the…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: Thanks for a great parade

It was great to see our 64th Concord Christmas Parade on Nov. 21. Loudon Road was packed with people young and old, all enjoying the hour-long procession. It takes a lot of time, money and hard work…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: Clinton event claims untrue

I showed up at Hillary Clinton's filing along with hundreds of other Concord residents to see the next president of the United States and the first female president in our nation's history file for office.…

Today at 05:27AM
Letter: No need for colored lights

Main Street looks great. But I feel that city council members should put the colored lights issue to rest. We don't need them. The colored lights would not fit aesthetically with the beautiful lanterns…

Today at 05:08AM
Special Olympians make ornaments for Washington tree display

BERLIN, N.H. (AP) - Special Olympians from the Berlin area have created ornaments for New Hampshire's tree that will be part of the National Christmas display outside the White House this year.