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Byline: By JULIA STINNEFORD

Silver screen ghost stories

8/19/21

In a field behind an allegedly haunted farmhouse, a group of filmmakers gathered on a hot day in early August to start their own ghost-hunting show...

Growing a pandemic farm

8/4/21

For some people, the COVID quarantine presented time to stay home and try to relax. But for Mason residents Zak Gregoire and Rachel Keating, 2020’s...

State and local officials warned the public to be careful in and around fast-moving rivers and streams after a close-call rescue in Concord and a...

Community mourns beloved Wilton candy-maker

7/15/21

Doug Nelson opened up his candy shop on Main Street in Wilton in 1994, hoping to find a quieter place than his previous venue to ply his craft of...

Local pantries applaud elimination of fee

7/7/21

The New Hampshire Food Bank announced late in May that they would eliminate shared maintenance fees for the state’s food pantries, soup kitchens...

Franklin Pierce University students must be vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus for the fall semester, the school announced this...

When Jason Harrington was a teacher in Tilton, he did an activity with his students that involved an outdoor engineering project involving a white...

When Marty Parichand was 16, his father took him white-water rafting on the Penobscot River in Maine.“As we were carrying our boat to put in, I saw...

As a junior diplomat at the French consulate in Boston, Julien Icher was working to promote Marquis de Lafayette’s legacy in America. He was...

Competition at Ivy League colleges this year has been intense, with schools like Dartmouth, Yale, Brown, and Harvard seeing a spike in applications...

A historic home built in 1880 that was later split into four condominiums was engulfed in flames early Wednesday morning, the second major fire in...

Bobbi-Jo Cooper was fast asleep when her son, Dylan, came into her room shouting that their apartment building was on fire.“We didn’t have time to...

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