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Letter: Parks and parking

I am sorry that I missed seeing the parklet created by Susanne Smith Meyer. Since the city allows spaces to be continually occupied for 48 hours on weekends, maybe next year she can put it up on Friday…

31 minutes ago
Letter: A fact is a fact

It was very encouraging to see 300,000 people turn out for the Climate March in New York to express their deep concern for the human-caused changes to the Earth's climate and its impact on all living…

31 minutes ago
Letter: We deserve better

Are the voters of Candia, Deerfield and Nottingham as embarrassed as I am by the behavior of our state representative, Kyle Tasker? He's running for re-election, and I would urge voters in these towns…

31 minutes ago
Letter: It's not Boehner's bridge

In a letter to House Speaker John Boehner, Congresswoman Annie Kuster pushes him to fully restore money for the Sewalls Falls Bridge and the Highway Trust Fund (Monitor Local and State, Sept. 24). Poppycock. Whether,…

31 minutes ago
Letter: A campaign trip

New Hampshire Democrats and Vice President Joe Biden owe New Hampshire taxpayers an explanation. On Sept. 3, Biden visited the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. The ceremony at the shipyard was billed as an…

Sep 29
Community college gets $2.5M for job training

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Technical Institute at Concord's Community College has been awarded a $2.5 million federal job-training grant aimed at boosting information technology programs.

Sep 29
Police: Man, woman may have stabbed each other

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Police in Concord, New Hampshire, say a man and a woman may have stabbed each other in a parking garage.

Sep 29
Letter: Underestimating voters

Recently on New Hampshire Public Radio, Scott Brown again stated he was in favor of the total recall of the Affordable Care Act. He said he wanted New Hampshire's citizens who are eligible for the Expanded…

Sep 29
Letter: Choose Hosmer

I'm supporting Sen. Andrew Hosmer in this election because he's been a strong advocate for education, and he works tirelessly for the people in our community. As a mother of two public school children,…

Sep 29
Letter: Obvious choices

The New Hampshire GOP has done us all a favor. At last they have made clear how thoroughly they intend to suppress women's rights if they are elected. Finally they have told us how far they will go to…

Sep 29
Letter: None of the above

I have decided to listen to the politicians running for office and to take their advice. As a result, I won't be voting for anyone. Isn't it time to put an end to the ludicrous negative campaigning?…

Sep 29
Letter: Feeding the problem

As I see it, the Islamic State terrorist army of approximately 40,0000 trained soldiers may have its battle objectives correct. Islamic State is a highly organized army and generates more than $3 million…

Sep 29
Letter: Still hiding

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's 99 percent voting record with President Obama is certainly an embarrassment to New Hampshire. However, in my opinion, I am equally embarrassed that our senior U.S. senator is…

Sep 29
Letter: A fresh view

As Brian Dobson's opponent in the Republican primary, I couldn't be happier that the race was won by a young man who offers a new perspective on what his generation can afford in terms of laws passed…