In a cost cutting move, the University System of New Hampshire is planning to decrease its retirement contributions and lower benefits for many of...

RUTLAND — A federal judge has granted Vermont Law School’s request to dismiss a lawsuit brought by an artist whose murals the law school wants to...

Employees ride the resignation wave

10/23/21

Remember all that optimism at the start of our Hot Vax Summer? That was back when vaccinations were on the rise, masks were coming off and getting...

Numbers imply workforce is shrinking

10/22/21

 The number of Granite Staters collecting unemployment continues to fall, but the unemployment rate remains relatively stagnant, or stable...

There was a time when life was very difficult and people worked exceptionally hard. Labor was intense, as the farmer plotted the removal of a large...

After stalling, auto dealers rev up

10/23/21

At a time of unprecedented demand for new vehicles, a global chip shortage has auto dealers scrambling to serve customers and find new ways of...

HOPKINTON – It had been almost two months since the Hopkinton field hockey team opened the season against Mascenic, but the Hawks opened Division...

Pats get back on track

Today

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Patriots walked off the field Sunday with the type of win that had eluded them. The Jets left with two losses, one that...

Football Bow 45, John Stark 12 Key players: Bow – Ryan Lover (2 yard TD run, 40 yard TD run), Myles Rheinhardt (2 yard TD run), Alex Boisvert (15...

Concord’s Chris Pinkham scored the game-winning goal for the No. 5 nationally-ranked University of New Hampshire men's soccer team to lift the...


Five candidates are vying to be elected to two District A seats on the Concord School District Charter Commission in November. Tom Croteau, Matthew...

Should recall elections come to NH?

10/22/21

“Recall” is a process to remove an elected official before his or her term ends. The recent attempt to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom of California has...

The waiting game in New Hampshire may soon be over.Gov. Chris Sununu said Friday in interviews on two separate morning talk radio programs in the...

Former U.S. Rep. Bill Zeliff, a three-term Republican best known for helping lead the congressional investigation of the government’s disastrous...

These days, hiring a temporary nurse resembles an eBay bidding war, Brendan Williams said.Williams, the president and CEO of the N.H. Health Care...

Melony Beebe had no time to talk. Not right away.First, Beebe had to finish printing photos of Julie Green for a collage that will be on display...

For now, a judge has spoken, a town is relieved and a plaintiff remains angry.Such is life in Pittsfield, where Joe McCoy – a gregarious man with...

This baseball game, complete with old rules and historic uniforms, aims to be a symbol of innocent, small-town America.Hosted by the Allenstown...




Events


 

Let’s face it, some states are more evocative than others — take North Carolina. So many Americans of all ethnicities have ties to its cities and...


Obituaries


Madeline Annis

Madeline G. Annis Pembroke, NH — Madeline G. Annis, 91, a lifelong resident of Pembroke, passed away peacefully after a period of declining health on October 22, 2021, surrounded by lots of lo...

David Dayton

David R. Dayton Farmington, ME — David R. Dayton, 93, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 14, 2021 at Sandy River Medical Center, with his family by his side. He was born in Framingham, MA...

Susan Lavigne

Susan Lavigne Concord, NH — Susan Lavigne, 71, of Concord, New Hampshire, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 20, 2021. She was the daughter of the late Ralph Barton and Marjorie St...

Genevieve Merrill

Genevieve T. Merrill Concord, NH — Genevieve "Gen" T. Merrill, 97, formerly of Manchester, passed away peacefully at the Granite VNA Hospice House on October 15, 2021. She was surrounded by he...




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