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Under current laws and rules, a New Hampshire police officer who witnesses misconduct should report it to a superior officer.  The agency employing...

Protesters in Paris took a knee and raised their fists while firefighters worked to extinguish blazes in the street. Thousands chanting “I can’t...

The Strafford County jail is no longer receiving transfers of immigrants in federal detention from facilities with cases of COVID-19.Jail...

It has been a terrible, traumatic and terrifying two weeks for America. An outcry, and an uprising, has erupted across the country in response to...

For Rogers Johnson, turning back the clock was easy. He laughed and used a wonderful play on words, crisp and revealing in their simplicity...

Baseball fields that have been empty for months will finally see some action this week as Concord Little League opens for practice. Games won’t be...

WEST LEBANON — Organizers have canceled the annual Make-a-Wish All-Star Hockey Classic, the latest summer high school all-star game to succumb to...

Joey Perras is going to have to break the baseball habits of a lifetime — high-fives, ferrying teammates’ gloves, spitting — to do something he’s...

Football is still fun for Jason McCourty. If it wasn’t, he wouldn’t be back with the New England Patriots preparing for the 2020 season. As...

It’s 3 o’clock, about the time they’d be getting ready for the seventh-inning stretch at an afternoon Red Sox game. Josh Kantor settles onto the...


New Hampshire could have some of the strongest limitations on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances codified into law in the country, if a bill...

Longtime New Hampshire legislator Martha Fuller Clark announced Thursday that she is retiring from office and won’t seek re-election this year...

When the first wave of COVID-19 cases began hitting New Hampshire in March, Sally Wuellenweber remembers a clear message from the state to child...

It’s been 145 years since any Granite State native or resident has served as vice president of the United States.Few may recall Henry Wilson, who...

For Rogers Johnson, turning back the clock was easy. He laughed and used a wonderful play on words, crisp and revealing in their simplicity...

Staff Sgt. Robert Chaisson of Danville forgot the dish’s name, but his prep work was smooth nonetheless, his fortitude unmatched.He cut the roast...




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It has been a terrible, traumatic and terrifying two weeks for America. An outcry, and an uprising, has erupted across the country in response to...


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Obituaries


Mr. Richard M. Crowley, Sr., 80, a lifelong resident of Franklin, passed away at Concord Hospital on June 2, 2020 with his family at his side. He was born in Franklin on April 1, 1940 the son of Mart...

Dale Keniston

Dale Keniston, 80, passed away on June 1, 2020 at his home in Roanoke, Va. Son of Helen and Malcolm Keniston of Plymouth, N.H., he attended Plymouth schools, joined the Air Force and graduated from...

Mark Weldon

Mark Weldon, 63, of Pittsfield, passed away on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at Concord Hospital from MRSA. Born on February 15, 1957 in Concord, he was the son of the late Gordon and Peggy Weldon. Mark wor...

Claude Cabanel

Claude Cabanel, 84, of Concord, a retired Cartographist with the State of N.H., died Saturday, May 30th, after a period of declining health. Born in France to Jean Cabanel and Berthe Evans, he immig...




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