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Letter: How is abortion hilarious?

Regarding the "My Turn" article "A unique take on women's sexuality, abortion" (Monitor Forum, July 5), it is shocking to me when the writer, Meagan Gallagher of Planned Parenthood, says the film Obvious…

Today at 10:05AM
Letter: No life for animals

Please do not patronize or support any form of entertainment in the United States or in a foreign country that forces animals to participate in them. Animals living in aquariums are deprived of their…

Today at 10:05AM
Letter: Seniors should be wary of Guinta

It has been brought to our attention at the New Hampshire Alliance for Retired Americans that Frank Guinta is claiming he would be a better congressman for the senior citizens of our state than Congresswoman…

Today at 09:56AM
Letter: Sign of the times

The recent "What Republicans believe" and "What Democrats believe" letters are examples of what is wrong with our country. Politics has become like a sporting event. You pick either the blue team or…

Today at 09:55AM
Letter: What gas tax hike?

I was driving into Concord on July 3 and noted that the price of gas at the Epsom Circle Mobil station was $3.68. "Ah, the 4-cent gas tax hike has gone into effect," I thought to myself. A few miles…

Today at 05:35AM
New England governors, Canadian premiers meet

BRETTON WOODS, N.H. (AP) - The premiers of the Eastern Canadian provinces and governors of the New England states are wrapping up a two-day meeting in New Hampshire focused on regional cooperation.

Today at 05:02AM
Gas prices fall slightly in New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Gas prices in New Hampshire have fallen 1.3 cents per gallon in the past week.

Today at 04:57AM
Police ID motorcyclist who died in collision

HUDSON, N.H. (AP) - Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, have identified a motorcyclist who died after his bike and a car collided at an intersection over the weekend.

Today at 03:38AM
Storm outages delay FairPoint unions' vote

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - It appears weather-related power outages have caused some delays on a vote whether to authorize a strike by union employees of telecommunications firm FairPoint.