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Like wolves circling their prey, the sponsors of House Bill 632 have decided to attack. If this bill passes it will effectively repeal the...

After six years on Bow’s budget committee, including the last four years as chairman, John Heise is ready to move on and spend more time with his...

Officials in Bow have crafted a new proposal asking Concord to extend its water services to Bow Junction, an area where groundwater lacks in...

After days of demolition, all that remained of the old Days Inn was a lonely brick wall and a foundation.The Concord motel – whose riddles greeted...

The 17-member select committee charged with crafting a bill that the president will sign to protect our southern border has a golden opportunity to...

A front-page story in the Jan. 31 Monitor said, “Families ask for school training to stop suicides.” What a tragic situation. But this has been...

Less than a week after having their first official Cub Scouts meeting, the girls from Troop 75 in Bow jumped right into the activities.On Saturday,...

Heidi Crumrine’s article about smaller classrooms was excellent (Monitor Forum, Jan. 24). Hopefully more people searched for the ending as I did...

Officials in Bow will continue to set money aside in the next fiscal year for the ongoing Merrimack Station tax litigation, but the municipal tax...

Beth Shaw thought it would be different the first time she saw the man charged in her son’s death. Shaw expected she would come face-to-face with...

Officials in Bow are looking to the southern end of town as an area that could help spur economic development as it reels from the lost value of...

It was several years ago that a couple of inadequately educated teenage boys in Colorado went to a high school and fired away freely to kill a...

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