Byline: By LOLA DUFFORT

A little over 30 years ago, six credits shy of graduating, Peter Allen Martell Jr. dropped out of Manchester Memorial High School.His girlfriend...

A trial date in the lawsuit brought against the town of Epsom by one of its own firefighter-EMTs set for earlier this month was again put off after...

The Pembroke school district is on track to end the fiscal year with a $1 million surplus.The figure is welcome – but not necessarily a surprise...

As property-poor communities increasingly discuss launching a suit against the state over education funding, a panel of lawmakers is studying New...

Change is coming, and Kearsarge Regional High School graduates were told Saturday it’ll be their job to choose their path going forward.“You will...

Town and school officials from more than half a dozen communities packed the lecture hall at the Pittsfield Middle High School on Wednesday night...

The Pembroke school board has officially signaled its intent to close the K-1 Village School, voting unanimously Tuesday to recommend sending its...

The future will bring exponential change, require unifying a divided country, and include many curveballs.But Pembroke Academy’s 179 graduates were...

Hopkinton High graduates on Friday celebrated their tight-knit town and reflected on the meaning and importance of community.Donning robes of white...

A proposed rule change to obscure the identities of crime victims in public documents filed with the state’s highest court was voted down 8-6 by an...

Allenstown Elementary Principal Anthony Blinn is the sole finalist to fill the top spot at Abbot-Downing School.Concord Superintendent Terri...

Things will look a lot different at the PACE Career Academy next year.The charter high school that primarily serves at-risk students in the area...

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