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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Monday derided many governors as “weak” and demanded tougher crackdowns on burning and stealing among some...

Linda Muri is virtually ready for this year’s Prouty. Had it been held on its usual date, Muri would be navigating back-to-back 100-milers in the...

Child care is a vital part of the state’s economic engine, but the damage COVID-19 is having on that industry is still unfolding.John Hamilton of...

When the students enrolled in the spring semester at Kroka Expeditions first learned about how the COVID-19 pandemic had changed life back home, it...

Maybe this is why Missouri is called the Show-Me State.In a sign how the COVID-19 pandemic is rippling through the New Hampshire and Vermont real...

If you’re wondering how we will know when the pandemic is over, there’s good news and not so good news.The not-so-good news is that the pandemic...

Football is still fun for Jason McCourty. If it wasn’t, he wouldn’t be back with the New England Patriots preparing for the 2020 season. As...

It’s 3 o’clock, about the time they’d be getting ready for the seventh-inning stretch at an afternoon Red Sox game. Josh Kantor settles onto the...

TORONTO — The NHL hopes to have players back in team facilities soon — with plenty of precautions.The league, which paused its season on March 12...

Tom Brady has contracted with the Tampa Police Department to have extra-duty officers patrol the waters outside his house. The quarterback is...


Longtime New Hampshire legislator Martha Fuller Clark announced Thursday that she is retiring from office and won’t seek re-election this year...

When the first wave of COVID-19 cases began hitting New Hampshire in March, Sally Wuellenweber remembers a clear message from the state to child...

It’s been 145 years since any Granite State native or resident has served as vice president of the United States.Few may recall Henry Wilson, who...

Gov. Chris Sununu has authorized spending millions on New Hampshire’s COVID-19 relief efforts in recent weeks, using powers he established through...

Staff Sgt. Robert Chaisson of Danville forgot the dish’s name, but his prep work was smooth nonetheless, his fortitude unmatched.He cut the roast...

Their voices had no chance of penetrating the thick glass window behind the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton.That seemed fitting for a...




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Obituaries


Thomas Danko

Thomas Danko, 90, passed away on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. He was born in Dartmouth, MA, the son of Michael and Leah (Pelczar) Danko. He graduated from Dartmouth High School and received his BS degree...

William Fleury

William Fleury 65 of Alexandria passed away at his home surrounded by family members after battling a long illness on May 28, 2020; son of Jennie Downes of Franklin. Hobbies included fishing, NASCAR a...

Courtney Love

Courtney Love, 43, recently passed away at his home in Manchester, NH. After graduating from Winnisquam Regional High School in Tilton, NH, Courtney went on to obtain a marketing degree from Plymouth...

James Lawton

James E. Lawton, 97, of Concord, died peacefully at Hospice House in Concord on May 28, 2020. He grew up in Stonington, CT and graduated from St. Louis University and Tufts Dental School. After......




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