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An estimated 2.9 million people are expected to visit New Hampshire this winter and spend about $1.3 billion, the state’s division of travel and...

A hundred years ago, Symphony NH performed its very first concert.To say it’s been through a lot since then is an understatement. A depression, a...

The Manchester developer chosen by the state to turn the 220-acre former Laconia State School into a massive housing, entertainment, commercial...

As we prepare for the start of winter sports season, Dan and Eric get you caught up on everything you need to know. Dan breaks down the scheduling...

Volunteers adorn veterans cemetery with thousands of wreaths

12/6/22

A time to spread holiday decoration and pause for reverent reflection was had Saturday at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen.The...

Even as Concord considers the possibility of putting up with a decade of construction to tweak the big highway that cuts us in half, a smaller but...

WrestlingConcord 48, Pinkerton 30Key players: Concord – Nathan Feudner (pin at 285), Isaiah Puckett (pin at 220), Noah Blake (pin at 195), Rumi...

After spending three years as an assistant coach under Tim LaTorra (the new Concord boys’ coach), Rob Darrell has slid over a chair to become the...

Concord boys’ basketball coach Tim LaTorra knows the record all too well: 76-230. It represents a long struggle over the last 16 years for the Tide...

Boys’ BasketballFranklin 35, Hinsdale 33Key players: Franklin – Zeke McCoy (20 points), Alen VeletanlicHighlights: The Tornadoes fell behind early...

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New Hampshire Republican leaders said they won’t comply with demands a key Democratic National Committee panel outlined Friday as a condition of...

New Hampshire’s all-Democratic Congressional delegation, led by U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, is doing everything it can to protect New Hampshire’s...

If a tree falls in a forest, but no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? This common philosophical question tests the ideas of...

DES MOINES, Iowa — The Hy-Vee Hall ballroom in Des Moines erupted in cheers in 2008 when the youthful Illinois senator hinted at the improbable...

They had dinner together in Colebrook 20 years ago, starting the long process of producing a book that would later read like a Netflix cop show.The...

In 1948, Dewey did not defeat Truman in the race for the White House, as had been prematurely proclaimed in a huge banner headline that night in...

The world comes into focus when Maryann Cheung looks through her viewfinder.The Hillsborough photographer sees elements of small-town charm in her...

The Pembroke Cub Scouts had school last Saturday.The classrooms were spread among the 13 cemeteries in town. The teachers were part of the Pembroke...




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A hundred years ago, Symphony NH performed its very first concert.To say it’s been through a lot since then is an understatement. A depression, a...


Obituaries


Maureen Hoar

Maureen Hoar Concord, NH - Maureen May Hoar (Moe) born Maureen May Doubleday on September 21, 1965, passed away Saturday, December 3,2022, at the age of 57, at the Granite Hospice House in Concord,...

Yolande Nicknair

Yolande R. Nicknair Henniker, NH - Yolande R. Nicknair (Lefebvre) passed away peacefully on December 5, 2022. Yolande was born the oldest of three children on October 21 17, 1933, in St. Jean-sur-...

Eugene Stanley

Eugene Stanley Penacook, NH - Eugene "Gene" Stanley died on Sunday, November 20th, 2022 at Pleasant View Center in Concord, NH after a challenging battle with lung cancer. He was 86. Gene was born...

Craig Bristol

Craig W. Bristol Bradford, NH - Craig Warren Bristol (Bris), of Bradford NH, departed this earthly life on December 2, 2022, surrounded by family, after a sudden illness at the age of 92. He was the...




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