Byline: By KATHARINE GREGG

I’m writing in response to Robert Azzi’s heartfelt piece (Monitor Opinion, July 16) about choosing abundance over a mentality of scarcity and fear...

I read with dismay in the Jan. 25 Monitor (reprinted from the Valley News) of the proposed merger of two of New Hampshire’s largest health systems....

Unions, it would seem, have become a dirty word. That makes me sad. I was a member of the Service Employees International Union back in the 1970s...

You may be a longtime resident of New Hampshire or have moved to the state or your particular community because you value clean air and water, good...

I recently read an article in the Boston Review by Richard V. Reeves that shocked me in a number of ways. The piece is titled “The Dream Hoarders...

I admit right up front that I’m afraid of guns. I don’t mean what they can do in the hands of unstable or criminal people. We’re all afraid of that...

Like many states around the country, New Hampshire is in the throes of debating how best to educate our children. Here, the school voucher question...

A few days ago, my local paper reported a story that dumbfounded me. The House chief of staff in the New Hampshire Legislature organized an event...

Over the past few weeks I’ve received a lot of emails and links about Eversource and the rates New Englanders pay for gas and electricity. We all...

Katharine Gregg: How to use #MeToo

12/17/17

I came to young womanhood at the time of Second Wave Feminism. My aunt and her partner wrote two ground-breaking books on sexist language – the...

My Turn: Think of taxes as buying a product

10/22/17

‘In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” That saying is attributed to Benjamin Franklin, but it’s a certainty we...

My Turn: The pursuit of gratitude

9/25/17

Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about gratitude. It’s the season of fruitfulness, of harvest, of the regal color of late flowers as though the...

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