After a year off, hundred of pumpkins have returned to the Bow Mills United Methodist Church.The annual pumpkin fundraiser was scratched last year...

The cows are grazing on an abundance of fall grass, two calves were recently born, and some of our livestock have been blessed. On Oct. 4, in...

Two U.S. Air Force veterans and New Hampshire’s veterans hospital involved in a legal dispute over the display of a Bible have agreed to mediation...

There are times in life when we all want to take the higher road, and we are certain that our opinion is correct and most efficient. We dwell on...

Teaching the art of civil discourse

Today

For Dave Alcox, a retired Milford High School social studies teacher and former president of the New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies...

They may not have graduated high school yet, but 24 students temporarily became top diplomats from three nations and two intergovernmental...

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Patriots spent heavily this offseason hoping to patch the holes of a team that finished 7-9 in 2020 and on the outside of...

With the way the last 18 months have gone, the only certainty has been uncertainty, and that’s mostly the way that this cross country season has...

Myles Rheinhardt took the field Saturday with his teammates and the only worry, perhaps not even a worry, they had was to play the game and play it...

All four NHIAA divisions held their individual championships at Concord’s Beaver Meadow Golf Course on Saturday and area high school players used...


Republican Rep. Ken Weyler was known around the New Hampshire Statehouse for dismissing the benefits of COVID-19 vaccines and opposing tens of...

Health officials in New Hampshire say that this week’s 4-1 party line vote by the GOP controlled Executive Council to reject $27 million in federal...

Gov. Chris Sununu’s making the short trip over the state line to Maine this month, and that’s sparking more speculation regarding a potential...

Franklin voters chose Ward 1 City Councilor Jo Brown as the city’s new mayor over interim mayor Olivia Zink and narrowly elected former councilor...

This baseball game, complete with old rules and historic uniforms, aims to be a symbol of innocent, small-town America.Hosted by the Allenstown...

Stacey Messina moved from Massachusetts to New Hampshire last month to feel the spirit famously promoted on Granite State license plates.“Yes, that...

Richard Marsh lives south of the border, down in Oxford, Mass.His heart, however, beats across the Granite State, strongest at the New Hampshire...

The water of the Merrimack River came alive last week during a Hindu purification ceremony called Tirtha Snan, or ritual bath.The visit to the...




Events


 

The cows are grazing on an abundance of fall grass, two calves were recently born, and some of our livestock have been blessed. On Oct. 4, in...


Obituaries


Brian Cross

Brian W. Cross Hooksett, NH — Hooksett- Brian W. Cross, age 78, of Hooksett Road, passed away after a sudden illness on October 13, 2021 at Concord Hospital. He was born in Concord, NH the s...

William Glenn

William Powell Glenn Franklin, NH — Powell passed on October 11, 2021 at his home with family and dear friends. He was born on August 24, 1934, in Italy, TX, to his parents, Joseph Garnett Gle...

Christopher R. Martin Pembroke, NH — Christopher R. Martin, 48, of Pembroke, passed away on Thursday, October 7, 2021 following a difficult health decline. Born on December 25, 1972 in Manch...

John Swenson

John Edward Swenson Bow, NH — John Edward Swenson, 85 passed away peacefully at home on October 9, 2021, surrounded by family. John was born March 1, 1936 in Rahway, NJ and in his childhood...




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