Byline: By JONATHAN VAN FLEET

Faced with the decision to hold Town Meeting Saturday morning or postpone given the coronavirus warnings, the town went ahead with business as...

Voters made quick work of business at Saturday’s town meeting passing all 15 warrant articles in quick order.Voters approved the operating budget...

Tuesday morning, Annie Kuster was at the Rex Theater in Manchester at a town hall meeting supporting former mayor Pete Buttigieg after his strong...

That small-town feel that seemed to protect Concord from some nasty national retail trends continued to fade in 2019 as some of the city’s longtime...

If you’ve been meaning to make a donation to one of the Salvation Army’s red kettles this year but rarely carry cash, they’ve got you in mind.For...

The negotiations are over and the announcement made – the new supermarket coming to Penacook off Exit 17 of I-93 will be New Hampshire’s favorite...

Between Denise Clattenburg and her daughter, Samantha, they put in 40 years working at the Friendly’s on North Main Street in Concord.Denise worked...

A 200-year-old barn was totally destroyed and an attached farmhouse was gutted in an early morning fire in Dunbarton.The home at 57 Twist Hill Road...

Before reading a newspaper article in 2017, William Kolias knew little about the massive B-52 bomber that crashed in Fremont in 1959, about eight...

The idea of a living, breathing outdoor classroom at Maple Street School in Hopkinton emerged five years ago as a small herb garden where students...

The calendar says its prime time for spring backcountry skiing on Mount Washington, but wintry conditions on the state’s highest mountain are...

Despite new laws to limit the hours public employees can work in government jobs after they retire, some top state employees are exempt from those...

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