In 2001, when Phil Ferneau and his partners were launching a venture capital firm focused on NH startups, they met with several academics at...

Coming home from the tropics

1/15/22

By the time you read this, Bruce and I will be back at Miles Smith Farm after our week-long visit to St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and...

Vintage Views: Past winter entertainment

1/15/22

As I sit contently gazing from my home toward the surrounding forest, my thoughts wander.The temperature hovers near-zero with plans to plunge...

NEW CASTLE — Nearly a quarter century before the town was incorporated in 1693, a Cape-style home was constructed across the river from where the...

Early in 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic started a surge in real estate activity with rising prices throughout that year and into the next. As we now...

When you see a nice handmade sweater, you know it took a while to make.The knitting or crocheting is just part of it. (A fun online calculator at...

It was an unlikely song permeating through the door of Concord’s locker room.Maybe you’d except a classic rock song or rap song, but the Crimson...

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — After gaining so much ground during Mac Jones’ rookie season, the New England Patriots faltered at the finish.Throttled 47-17...

Concord High swim coach Bill Quinn tells his team that, this season, every meet is a gift. Friday night’s meet, hosted by Bow at the Concord YMCA...

Girls’ Basketball Pembroke 57, Laconia 49 Key players: Pembroke – Annelise Dexter (29 points, 14 rebounds, 5 blocks), Kaitlin Arenella (9 points...


An effort to outlaw ballot-counting machines in New Hampshire elections drew dozens of supporters to the State House for a public hearing on...

Two months after Gov. Chris Sununu grabbed national attention by announcing he would run for reelection in 2022 rather than launch a challenge...

A bill proposed in the New Hampshire House this week seeks to expand the state’s “freedom from discrimination in education” law restricting how...

After months of nudges and education, a new bill uses a novel strategy to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations in New Hampshire – a monetary incentive...

For the second straight year, tributes throughout the Granite State today, honoring the greatest civil rights leader in American history, will be...

Home tests make counts less exact

Today

For many years, New Hampshire has been inexact in letting us know how many people have influenza, a disease that kills thousands of state residents...

The disappearance of Harmony Montgomery has captured local and national attention in recent weeks.The young girl, age 5 at the time she was last...

Before they arrived at his parents’ house in Deering, Jim Cowan warned his future wife that his mother and father were unique.Elizabeth waved it...




Events


 

Coming home from the tropics

1/15/22

By the time you read this, Bruce and I will be back at Miles Smith Farm after our week-long visit to St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and...


Obituaries


Victor Farrington Tilton, NH — Victor Andrew Farrington, 79, of Tilton, NH, died Monday, January 3, 2022, at Concord Hospital Laconia. Victor was born on February 8, 1942, in Salem, MA, son of...

Donald Fisher

Donald A. Fisher Deerfield, NH — Donald A. Fisher, 89, of Deerfield, NH, passed away peacefully on New Year's Day 2022. Donald was born in Cochecton, NY, October 31, 1932, to Charles and Gla...

Dolores Goings

Dolores (Wetherbee) Goings Concord, NH — Dolores (Wetherbee) Goings longtime resident of Concord passed away on Wednesday, January 12, 2022at her stepdaughter's home in Farmington. She was b...

Bernadette K. Kelly Laconia, NH — Kelly, Bernadette K. (Regan) of Laconia NH, passed away peacefully on January 10, 2022, with her family by her side. Bernadette was the daughter of the late...




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