Byline: Monitor staff

Hopkinon voters were in a better mood to say yes to a series of decisions about town spending during drive-by voting Saturday.By nearly a 4-to-1...

The former child care center at NHTI, which closed in April because of financial issues caused by COVID-19, will be operated this fall by the Boys...

Concord Coach Lines will suspend bus service throughout New England on Saturday after a former passenger tested positive for COVID-19.The passenger...

The New Hampshire Insurance Department has released this explainer for people who have recently been laid off or lost their employer-sponsored...

Town meeting was short and sweet in Salisbury, where one contested race for the planning board was the only source of contention.In that race...

The annual N.H. maple tree tap with Gov. Chris Sununu was held Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Mapletree Farm, 105 Oak Hill Road, in Concord...

Two residential projects in Concord targeting different ends of the housing market are rapidly becoming a reality.The projects are bringing...

The state Fire Marshall’s Office and Northwood police are investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed a four-season camp Friday on the shore...

The redesign of Terrill Park in the south end of the city started this week with tree cutting along the Merrimack River.The removal of mixed trees...

The trade association for the nation’s commercial airports says the October deadline for READ ID licenses needs to be pushed back or “we’re going...

If you thought this winter has been less snowy than years past, you’d be right – and wrong.Before Tuesday’s snowstorm, about 35 inches of snow had...

A series of stories by the Monitor staff on youth suicide prevention and another on domestic violence won first place awards from the New England...

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