Photos: A warm welcome back to school

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Concord police canine, Liberty, New Hampshire’s first comfort dog, helped greet students as Abbot-Downing elementary school re-opened to 300...

Saturday, the last day he was open for business this season, was a quiet one for Jack Henderson, owner of Henderson’s Ski and Snowboard on Route 4...

As the days get longer and the sun shines a little brighter, the ground thaws from the long, cold winter, leaving gardeners around the region...

NH considers state park buffer

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A landfill proposal in northern New Hampshire is kicking up dust in the state Legislature, with some lawmakers supporting a bill to ban landfills...

Chad Coffin has spent the coronavirus pandemic much as he has the previous several decades: on the mudflats of Maine, digging for the clams that...

Over 100 people gathered in Manchester on Saturday night for another vigil honoring those who have lost their lives to police violence.New...

Two years ago the Division II Coe-Brown boys won their first track and field team title in program history, while the Kearsarge boys’ and girls...

While most area high school lacrosse teams open their season on Tuesday, the Concord High boys started last week with a pair of games against...

DURHAM – Chris Pinkham picked a fine time to notch his first goal of the season, opening the scoring late in the first half of the America East men...

The Concord High baseball team wasted no time making itself comfortable in its home opener, scoring two runs in the bottom of the first on...


NH considers state park buffer

Today

A landfill proposal in northern New Hampshire is kicking up dust in the state Legislature, with some lawmakers supporting a bill to ban landfills...

Answers may finally be coming over the cause of an apparent voting discrepancy in a state House of Representatives election last November in...

Nine lives notwithstanding, killing a cat in a hit-and-run soon could become illegal in New Hampshire.New Hampshire was ahead of the pack when it...

Gov. Chris Sununu has signed a bill authorizing an audit of how votes were counted in Windham last fall.After eight candidates competed for the...

The title “Fire Chief” means something in Pembroke.Tradition and loyalty and roots come to mind, for a role that’s been served by just two people –...

Fox News giant Tucker Carlson called Brad Keyes, the recently-fired track coach at Pembroke Academy, a hero last week on live TV.Then on Thursday...

Dr. Deborah Birx, once a leader in the fight against COVID before revealing that a call from former President Donald Trump made her “uncomfortable,...

The letters posted below Rachel Berger-Montgomery’s online obituary said a lot.They said Rachel cared about the students she taught at Pembroke...




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I enjoyed watching birds visit my feeders during the winter, and sometimes they were so numerous, I felt I should call the air traffic control to...


Obituaries


Helen Case

Helen A. Case Pembroke, NH — Helen A. Case, 71, of Pembroke, passed away on Friday, April 16, 2021 at Elliot Hospital in Manchester, surrounded by her loving children. Born on January 22, 19...

Robert Vashel

Robert "Bob" Joseph Vashel Hanover, NH — Robert "Bob" Joseph Vashel, 86, passed away on January 26, 2021, at Wheelock Terrace where he spent the last year living with and enjoying friends and...

Eleonore Marden

Eleonore T. Marden Concord, NH — Eleonore T. Marden, 95 of Concord, passed away on April 12,2021. She was born on April 29, 1925 to Alexander and Mary Suchodolski. Eleonore is survived by her...

Sandra Pondelli

Sandra L. Pondelli Deerfield, NH — Sandra Lee Pondelli passed away suddenly at home on April 12, 2021. She was born in Brighton MA, on December 15, 1946, the daughter of Warren Finney and Ada...




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