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Should I go for a hike this weekend?

4/4/20

New Hampshire residents could be forgiven for being slightly confused about whether they’re allowed to go for a hike or not. “We cannot stress this...

With the stay-at-home order issued by Gov. Chris Sununu, only essential work throughout the state is permitted to continue. For the golf community,...

John Webber, the resource officer for the Pembroke Police Department, drove past the basketball courts at Three Rivers School recently and knew...

When he was forced to close the physical doors of Sharing Yoga in the middle of March, owner David Breen noticed an increase in his virtual...

New Hampshire’s summer tourism season is still months away. But many towns with economies built around seasonal visitors are seeing an influx of...

Natalie Woolford waved at the passing cars with her new birthday doll ‘Naddy’ Friday as her Crawford Drive neighbors help her celebrate her sixth...

Out of the fast lane

4/4/20

It was March 20, and by rights University of New Hampshire sophomore Anna Metzler should have been competing that day in the 2020 NCAA Division I...

NEW YORK — The Ivy League has decided not to allow its spring-sport athletes who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus pandemic to have an...

Jackie Bradley Jr. and Brandon Workman might have played their final games as members of the Red Sox. Kevin Pillar might never appear in one...

Athletic directors at the nation’s biggest sports schools are bracing for a potential financial crisis related to the coronavirus pandemic...


Struggling to fund his attempt to take on Jeanne Shaheen, former New Hampshire House Speaker Bill O’Brien’s suspended his U.S. Senate campaign and...

Democrats announced Thursday that they were postponing their presidential nominating convention until August, an unprecedented move that shows how...

A new poll suggests that a majority of New Hampshire residents disapprove of how President Donald Trump’s handling the federal government’s...

Washington agrees on unrivaled $2 trillion virus rescue bill

3/25/20

Senate leaders raced to unravel last-minute snags Wednesday and win passage of an unparalleled $2 trillion economic rescue package steering aid to...

John Webber, the resource officer for the Pembroke Police Department, drove past the basketball courts at Three Rivers School recently and knew...

Next time your head hits the pillow, enjoy the comfort, more than usual.Next time you cradle that cup of early-morning coffee, with the sunlight...




Events


 

10 steps to slow the spread of COVID-19

4/2/20

There are several common-sense things you can do to protect yourself, and help prevent or minimize the spread of COVID-19 to your family. Consider...


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Obituaries


Esther Clauson

On March 30, 2020 a beloved mother, grandmother and aunt was welcomed into heaven. Esther Clauson passed away peacefully after a brief illness with pancreatic cancer in Concord, NH at the age of 83. ......

James Pilkenton

James Pilkenton, 70, a long time resident of Bow, New Hampshire, died Thursday, January 2, 2020. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland on September 2, 1949, a son of James A and Florence M Pilkenton. J...

Virginia (Ginny) Marie Williams, age 89, passed away peacefully on April 2, 2020 in Concord, NH. She was born in June 1930 in Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, to her parents Helen and Harry. She married her...

Dorothy Blais

Dorothy E. ("Dot") (Rondeau) Blais, 89 of Pembroke passed away at the Merrimack County Nursing Home on April 2, 2020. Born in Roxbury, MA, Dot was the daughter of the late Alcida and Emma (Poisson)...




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