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Letter: For Market Basket leaders, one misstep after another

It is rare to see a company self-destruct on the front pages of newspapers and via social media, but the tragic collapse of Market Basket is just that. The new corporate leadership has done everything…

Today at 10:45AM
Letter: A spineless response

What is going on at the Malaysian Airlines crash site? The manner in which the international teams have been treated and the very fact that we, and the entire world, have allowed ourselves to be dictated…

Today at 10:45AM
Letter: Long live the loons

I appreciated your loon report from Squam Lake (Monitor front page, July 21). Loons live farther south, of course. I pulled up to the stop sign at the north end of Long Pond Road last week. Swimming…

Today at 07:21AM
Grad charged with felony sex assault on freshman

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Police say a new graduate of a prestigious New Hampshire high school sexually assaulted a freshman as part of a student tradition in which seniors try to have sex with younger students.

Today at 06:33AM
Questions linger after missing teen returns home

NORTH CONWAY, N.H. (AP) - Since 15-year-old Abigail Hernandez returned home last week, her photo has been taken off the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's website. The missing-person posters that hung in her hometown for nine months are now scrawled with "Found." Her mother says she and her family are "the happiest people on earth."

Today at 05:54AM
NH town makes annual 'Top 10' list

LEBANON, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire town of Lebanon has been named a "Top 10 Small Town" by a website that looks at small- and mid-sized communities.

Today at 05:11AM
World War II-era museum recognized

WOLFEBORO, N.H. (AP) - The U.S. Senate has passed a resolution from Sens. Kelly Ayotte and Jeanne Shaheen commemorating the 20th anniversary of a New Hampshire museum recognized for its World War II -era memorabilia.

Today at 04:23AM
Deadline extended for tech startup contest

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Aspiring entrepreneurs in New Hampshire have a bit more time to enter a competition that will provide $100,000 in financing.

Today at 12:35AM
My Turn: House, New Hampshire will miss Speaker Norelli

New Hampshire's speaker of the House, Terie Norelli, is retiring after serving in the House for 18 years. Terie was speaker from 2006 to 2010, and then she returned to the role in 2012. She is the second…

Today at 12:35AM
My Turn: Mandatory GMO labeling would hurt shoppers

As president of the New Hampshire Grocers Association, I have been amazed by how little is actually known about the important role GMOs play in making food prices more affordable for New Hampshire families…

Jul 25
Judge rules voter residency law unconstitutional

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire judge has struck down as unconstitutional a 2012 law that effectively blocks out-of-state students and others from voting in New Hampshire unless they establish legal residency in the state.

Jul 25
Embattled grocery chain weighs proposal to buy it

WEST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. (AP) - Board members of the beleaguered Market Basket grocery store chain say they will "seriously consider" a proposal from its fired chief executive to buy the company as the chain faces a workers' revolt that has paralyzed the stores.

Jul 25
Letter: Ardinger will change narrative

Kass Ardinger is my candidate in the Democratic primary for state senator. I ask that you consider her as your candidate - Dan Feltes supporters as well! Her views and positions are clearly stated…

Jul 25
Letter: A chance to walk the talk

Regarding "A garden for those lost" (Monitor article, July 6): Because we would never think to talk about such a touchy topic as mental illness around the dinner table, much less admit to ourselves…

Jul 25
Letter: The downside of technology

Change! It is evident that the world is changing. In some cases it is good, but sometimes it is not. Where will the youth of today be five or 10 years from now? Their education is based around computers.…

Jul 25
Letter: Reckless or human?

I read with interest the article on prescription long-acting opiate pain medications (Monitor front page, July 16), and that "in certain respects" we are among the highest prescribers in the nation.…

Jul 25
Letter: Feltes is a true public servant

We are writing to enthusiastically support Dan Feltes to be our next state senator in District 15, representing Henniker, Warner, Hopkinton and Concord. Dan has a master's degree in public policy from…

Jul 25
Letter: Shaheen cares about veterans

My late husband, James Goodwin, a veteran of the Korean conflict, and I have always looked to Sen. Jeanne Shaheen to provide the support and leadership needed for veterans affairs. Throughout her political…

Jul 25
Letter: In defense of traders

I wish to correct a few points made by Mark Connolly in his recent commentary (Monitor Forum, July 12). While he is correct that "gaming" does occur in today's marketplace and that it should be rooted…