A juvenile moose prances down South Main Street on Monday morning.

Social justice-seeking high schoolers are again asking city councilors to formally recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day permanently in place of...

Today, the tree-shaded cabins are just barely visible from busy Route 9 in Antrim, at the intersection with Clinton Road. Not so long ago, however,...

A year ago, most working parents — particularly mothers — would have said that it was difficult to balance the demands of home life and work. That...

There’s something new in a parking lot on South Main Street. It’s a moon; specifically, our moon.“It works quite well, I think, that post with the...

At many schools across US, prom season is on deck

Today

A minor league baseball stadium. A negative coronavirus test and absolutely no slow dancing.Those are just a few of the unusual requirements for a...

Her team had a five-run lead going into the final inning, but Hopkinton pitcher Megan Kimball-Rhines had a feeling she’d still have to work for the...

The Spartans only won a single game in the 2018 and 2019 seasons. This year, the Pembroke boys’ lacrosse team is making winning a habit.The...

UNH track & fieldSeveral local athletes competed for the University of New Hampshire track and field team at this weekend’s New England Outdoor...

Logan Cassin is a silver lining kind of guy.“I believe COVID, in a way, actually helped my collegiate career because not only am I going to get...

 

Initial results from a Forensic Election Audit investigating discrepancies in Windham voting showed that four Republican candidates for the State...

Earlier this year, the New Hampshire Senate unanimously passed SB 114, a bill to require law enforcement officers to complete training on de...

The president of Americans for Prosperity, a powerful conservative advocacy organization, came to New Hampshire this week and promptly took a jab...

Renny Cushing: Dying while legislating

5/15/21

Renny Cushing doesn’t have a lot of time.Last year, he got the diagnosis no one wants to hear: stage four prostate cancer. Cushing found out after...

Initial results from a Forensic Election Audit investigating discrepancies in Windham voting showed that four Republican candidates for the State...

With the number of COVID infections declining and the governor’s announcement last month that mask-wearing was optional in the state, the New...

Officials in Chichester breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday, thankful that their annual town meeting, full of potential for fireworks because of...

On Election Day in Chichester on Tuesday, Town Moderator Ewen MacKinnon had a question for Select Board member Jason Weir.Before Weir even got...




Events


 

I often watch out for stinging nettles (Urtica dioica) while hiking in central Vermont. As you might guess from its name, brushing against this...


Obituaries


Annick Tropp

Annick Tropp Middleton, MA — Annick Tropp, 74, of Middleton Massachusetts, passed away on May 6, 2021 after a nearly four year battle with cancer. Annick was born on October 11, 1946 to Jacob...

Nancy Piper

Nancy J. Piper Concord, NH — Nancy J. Piper (nee, Kuzmich), 93, of Manchester and most recently of Concord NH, passed peacefully at the Merrimack County Nursing Home on May 14, 2021 with her s...

Darin Attocknie

Darin "DJ" Attocknie Concord, NH — Darin "DJ" Attocknie Jr unexpectedly passed away on May 12, 2021, gaining his angel wings, much too soon in life at only 27 years old. Born at Fort Hood in...

Ronald Cook

Ronald Eugene Cook New Durham, NH — Ronald Eugene Cook passed away after a courageous battle with cancer in the comfort of his home, surrounded by his loving family on May 10th. Ron was born...




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