What will Bike Week look like?

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Motorcycle Week is just under four months away, but with the coronavirus pandemic an ongoing concern, questions are emerging about exactly how this...

For Assistant Merrimack County Attorney Brendan Cahalin, alcohol was a powerful and effective way of coping with life’s problems – and then it...

Freeman Toth has the weighty job of finding people before it is too late.  As one of two homeless outreach and housing stability coordinators for...

James Woodhull comes to his grandparents’ home three days a week for his virtual learning. Seven-year-old James and his little sister Elizabeth...

Weare Middle School foreign language teachers have found a new way to engage their students in online learning by using a graphing and teaching...

Tiny house law proposed in N.H.

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The New Hampshire House is considering a bill that would require towns to allow “tiny houses” alongside single-family homes.Supporters envision a...

They’ve been playing against Division II teams for most of the season, and both Kearsarge and Hopkinton look ready to make deep runs when the D-III...

The regular season isn’t finished, but high school basketball teams across the state already know where they’re going for the playoffs.With the...

The Hillsboro-Deering boys’ basketball team didn’t just get their first win of the season on Monday night at John Stark. The Hillcats got a half...

It took several days and some creative thinking, but the NHIAA Division I and II swimming and diving championships were completed over the weekend...


 The New Hampshire House passed a bill that would refund fines issued to businesses for violating COVID-19 orders, the first successful rebuke of...

Another House session, another New Hampshire athletic complex. Members of the 400-member body once again gathered on socially distanced folding...

Rep. Ken Snow has been able to help craft legislation in the Heath and Human Services committee for about a month now, piping min via Zoom...

For years, the pattern has held: The New Hampshire House recommends fully legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in the Granite State, and...

Epsom Police Chief Wayne Preve said Wednesday that he will not release any further information about a emergency incident Saturday that involved a...

These days, pot simply doesn’t create the buzz it once did.That’s certainly been the case in Chichester, which will soon be home to the state’s...

Local and State Police responded to an “accidental incident” between a child and a dog Saturday in Epsom.Few other details were released. There was...

Oge Young of Concord, a retired OB/GYN, figured this was a good time to deliver memories of a schoolyard friend, Guy, from more than 70 years ago...





Obituaries


Lori Knapton died at home on February 20th after a year long battle with cancer, she was 76. Lori was born to Arthur and Edith (Buxton) Hadley in Concord NH and spent most of her life in her hometown...

Evanell Trow

Evanell "Evie" Sturgeon Trow of Concord, New Hampshire passed away February 23 at the age of 89 at CRVNA Hospice House in Concord from complications of a stroke. She was born to Clayton Sturgeon and...

Margaret Whittier passed away peacefully at home on February 11, 2021. She was born August 31, 1922 in Concord, NH to Harold and Ruth (Bachelder) Chamberlin. In October 1946 Margaret married the love...

Esther Fontaine

Esther Peterson Fontaine, 92, cherished wife, mother, grandmother, passed away peacefully after a brief period of failing health on February 19th, 2021 at Havenwood in Concord, NH. Born in Concord in...




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