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Schools differ on response to wave

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Cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Merrimack County, which is now officially a “red zone,” when it comes to COVID-19 infections per capita...

Suit filed over marijuana licenses

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Two small Maine-based marijuana businesses are suing the agency that oversees recreational marijuana operations, arguing state licenses were...

The Bodges have run their ice cream parlor and restaurant mask-free since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week, they told the state they...

The Concord Monitor and Concord School District will be hosting a virtual school board candidates’ forum on Monday, Oct. 26, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.The...

When the requests for hairdressers first started pouring in, New Hampshire’s nursing homes were in the throes of a coronavirus crisis.Eighty one...

The fire at the old Friendly’s on North Main Street in Concord may have been caused by a faulty appliance left behind after the restaurant closed...

Nineteen teams and 95 golfers traveled to Manchester on Tuesday for the Division III championships. Most of the kids had dreams of finishing in the...

They both wanted to win – that’s why Friday’s volleyball match went back-and-forth all night and took the full five sets to decide. But more than...

ARLINGTON, Texas — Mookie Betts slid headfirst across home plate, then popped up and did a double pump with his right fist. An inning later, he got...

The final result, a 5-0 win for Hopkinton, seemed about right. The Hawks, after all, did enter Monday’s Division III field hockey playoff game with...


Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Pappas and Republican challenger Matt Mowers attacked each other Wednesday night over everything from the coronavirus...

The Trump administration’s handling of the coronavirus again highlighted contrasts between U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Republican challenger Corky...

Samuel Bahuma and Claude Bongambe have much in common.Both are Congolese natives and refugees, meaning war and death were once a regular part of...

Just over two weeks before Election Day, Ramona Branch is confident voters will give President Donald Trump another four years in office.“Oh, I...

The fire at the old Friendly’s on North Main Street in Concord may have been caused by a faulty appliance left behind after the restaurant closed...

Samuel Bahuma and Claude Bongambe have much in common.Both are Congolese natives and refugees, meaning war and death were once a regular part of...

People like Evelyn Pike have big responsibilities. More than usual.She’s Chichester’s town clerk and tax collector, serving for 34 years and...

An uncommon crisis hurts the Common Man

10/14/20

These days, after seven months, we’re still waiting.Waiting to see family and friends, feeling safe to hug and shake hands. Waiting to fly, attend...




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An elegy is a mournful poem expressing regret for something lost. Ayad Akhtar’s brilliant new novel, Homeland Elegies, mourns an America that has...


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Obituaries


Janet Hill

Janet Louise Hill, 90, passed away on October 16, 2020 peacefully with family by her side. Janet was born to Paul and Dorothy (Robinson) Fenwick (both deceased) on September 7, 1930. She had two broth...

Larry Thomas

Larry D. Thomas of Concord passed away unexpectedly at his home on April 1, 2020. Larry was born on October 4, 1937 in Clinton, Indiana, son of Dr. Robert Frank Thomas and Drussa Louise Harrigan. Larr...

Michael Loan Sr.

Michael W. Loan Sr passed away October 13th, 2020, peacefully at home from a sudden illness. Born on April 22nd, 1937 to William J Loan and Elmyra McCulne Loan Raised in Springfield Pa. Mike was a......

Daniel Miller

Daniel Corrigan Miller, Sr., 93, of Laconia, NH, previously of Concord, NH, passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 18, 2020. Daniel was born in Rothesay, Scotland, on April 30, 1927, to John and......




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