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Letter: Stop subsidizing mass transit

So the Highway Trust Fund is about to run out of money, and we are led to believe that a gas tax increase is required to solve the problem. Why is the trust running on empty? Is it because cars are…

Today at 12:08PM
Letter: A question of existence

When did the Supreme Court prove the existence of God? Like beauty is in the eye of the beholder, God is in the minds and hearts of the faithful. That doesn't prove he exists. Since religion takes…

Today at 12:07PM
Letter: Shea-Porter aiding VA reform

As a veteran, I am pleased that Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter has introduced a new bill, the Doctors' Education Loans Impact VA Employee Retention Act, or DELIVER, to improve recruitment and retention…

Today at 12:07PM
Letter: State is served well by Dartmouth-Hitchcock

I've lived in New Hampshire for more than 30 years and always heard positive things about Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, but I really didn't know much about it until my husband was a…

Today at 12:07PM
Letter: Women of New Hampshire need Shaheen in Senate

The recent Supreme Court ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby is appalling. While cloaked in the guise of religious freedom, the ruling has far-reaching consequences. This is 2014, when 99 percent of women…

Today at 12:07PM
Letter: Running to serve Laconia

My name is Thomas Dawson, and I am running for the first time for the New Hampshire House of Representatives. The past six years have been a combative and ugly period in our political history, from…

Today at 12:07PM
Letter: Public education and the ages

I was reading an article concerning public education and the issues that the teachers face. It was pretty much the usual fare: Parents letting their children miss too much school for no good reason;…

Today at 12:06PM
Letter: Feltes compassionate, civil

I am writing to urge readers living in Concord, and the towns of Henniker, Hopkinton and Warner to support Dan Feltes for state Senate. I have known Dan for many years, and he is the ideal person to…

Jul 11
PHOTOS: Into the '60s with 'Hairspray' at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord

At their dress rehearsal on Friday afternoon, just hours before their first performance at the Capitol Center for the Arts, the young cast of the production of Hairspray showed how they went back five…

Jul 11
Scott Brown adjusts second-quarter fundraising total, adjusts figure to raised $2.34M

Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Scott Brown says his campaign raised $2.34 million in the second quarter and has $1.5 million on hand. Those numbers were updated yesterday after the campaign said he had…

Jul 11
Fire investigated at disposal service building in Jaffrey

The state fire marshal's office is investigating a fire at a building where trash is sorted in Jaffrey. The fire happened Thursday afternoon at the Monadnock Disposal Service. An excavator also caught…

Jul 11
DO THIS: Ceramics, folk-rock and 'Hairspray' on the bill

Last week's barrage of rain may have delayed fireworks and dampened holiday weekend festivities, but there's nothing stopping you from getting out this week and enjoying some of these fabulous events: The…

Jul 11
NASCAR road closures, changes

The green flag drops in Loudon on Sunday at 1 p.m., but state officials anticipate the most traffic congestion in the late afternoon and early evening. The state Department of Transportation, local and…

Jul 11
Improvements help, but traffic still a problem on race weekend in and around Loudon

Road closures, detours and traffic gridlock have been a part of race weekend since the first Winston Cup rolled into town in 1993. The immense popularity of the sport combines with Sunday afternoon Lakes…

Jul 11
Veteran police chief dies, was a top cop 38 years

PLAISTOW, N.H. (AP) - The longtime police chief of Plaistow has died.

Jul 11
Man charged with attacking pizza deliveryman

SOMERSWORTH, N.H. (AP) - Police in New Hampshire say they have made an arrest in an attack on man delivering a pizza to a vacant house in Somersworth.

Jul 11
Kyle Busch wins pole at New Hampshire

LOUDON, N.H. (AP) AAA" Kyle Busch went from upside down to top of the field.

Jul 11
Judge: Mount Sunapee condo project can proceed

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A state judge has ruled that the owners of the Mount Sunapee Resort should be allowed to access state land to build condominiums on a piece of adjacent private land.