Byline: By JOSH MORRILL

The schools in Bow are the closest thing the town has to a community center where residents get together, see families from other parts of town, or...

After a year of reviewing construction plans and surveying various estimates, Hopkinton’s annual town meeting features a decision to borrow $272...

Bow residents will deliberate over purchasing multiple town vehicles and security monitoring equipment for the police department, as well as...

When a number of Merrimack Valley parents stood up at their annual meeting to voice their opinions on a warrant article restricting the teaching...

A proposal for residential and mixed-use complex on a wooded, 42-acre lot along Logging Hill Road in Bow is facing pushback from neighbors who are...

Just weeks ago, Polina Sayess was debating with her father whether a Russian invasion of Ukraine was going to become real.On Wednesday afternoon...

Senate votes to protect graves

3/1/22

For the first time in New Hampshire’s history, a senate bill aimed to help preserve African American burial sites and empower their descendants has...

For decades, Althea Barton has been trying to ensure that Concord residents can enjoy and learn from the city’s storied infrastructure...

Michael Timmins, who has lived in Loudon for over 50 years, first visited the Hoit Road Marsh in Concord when he was an eager 10-year-old ready to...

Melissa West has a big vision for her first coordinated event as a board member with the Friends of White Park.She joined the board just six months...

Plans for a new residential subdivision in Bow would create 17 new homes on a 65-acre wooded lot that holds a section of maintained snowmobile...

Bryce Larrabee, the current Bow School Board chair and head of the Bow Athletic Club, has been working for a decade to make an artificial turf...

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