Byline: By ELODIE REED

He’s a junior environmental science major, a Franklin native who grew up playing outdoors and – on the nights he spends counting water bugs – a bit...

On a given day, drivers passing Sanel Auto Parts and crossing over the Winnipesaukee River in Franklin may notice some brightly clad paddlers...

Eighty-five-year-old Franklin native Andy Nadeau calls himself an “original river rat.” He grew up on River Street, in the Three Rivers City, a...

Beneath cool, overcast skies, Paul Pouliot took in the land, the river, the trees – all the geophysical features – of Franklin’s Odell Park.The...

In his three decades of watching Franklin start and stop economic revitalization projects, Franklin Savings Bank President Ron Magoon said this...

Franklin is looking at a $1.1 million budget gap for its school district and a potential layoff of 15 to 20 teachers.This is the second year in a...

Ken Merrifield will step down as Franklin’s mayor sooner rather than later.Merrifield was confirmed as the new state labor commissioner during...

Senate Bill 7, often referred to as the “food stamp bill,” may eventually lose the food stamp component altogether.But it will have to wait until...

Janine Bibeau’s yoga class at Jenness Farm is generally like any other: soothing music in the background, a neat arrangement of long mats on the...

Upon entering Chris Barry’s office in the SAU 46 building, visitors are faced with a winged, comfy blue chair adjacent to her desk.It resides near...

Pending a state driveway permit, Dollar General has the green light for building a 7,500 square foot store on King Street in Boscawen.The Boscawen...

Eighty-two days into the Donald Trump administration, New Hampshire attorney and former Republican presidential campaign senior adviser Tom Rath...

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