Support our education reporting.

The first $10,000 donated will be matched by national nonprofit Report for America. All money raised will go directly to salary and benefits for the Monitor’s education reporter through the summer of 2022. The Monitor remains committed to the principles of truth, democracy and trust.

PEMBROKE ACADEMY

Five local schools sent their boys’ tennis teams into divisional quarterfinals on Tuesday, and two of them – Pembroke Academy and Kearsarge – will...

The John Stark baseball team would normally play 16 games in a non-pandemic year, but with schedules limited this season, the Generals are only...

Through the first three innings on Monday in Hopkinton, it looked like some local softball trends would reverse. Pembroke, which had lost its first...

In Monday’s season-opener, the Pembroke Academy baseball team kicked the ball around on its home field and lost by 12 runs to Bow. Three days later...

After getting shutout in the first period of the season by the neighbors from Bow, the Pembroke Academy boys’ lacrosse team got stingy, too.The...

The letters posted below Rachel Berger-Montgomery’s online obituary said a lot.They said Rachel cared about the students she taught at Pembroke...

The last time high school baseball championships were being decided in New Hampshire, Bow, Hopkinton and Pittsfield were all in their division...

The Bears entered Friday night’s tournament game on a five-game losing streak, but the Coe-Brown girls’ basketball team played its best when it...

There weren’t many big buckets, but the Hopkinton girls’ basketball team came up with just enough at the right time on Thursday night.Senior...

Pembroke Academy is getting its money’s worth out of first-year girls’ basketball coach Steve Langevin. All five of the Spartans games have been...

After coughing up 75 points in Tuesday’s home loss to Pembroke Academy, the Hopkinton boys’ basketball team went to work on its defense.The...

The 48-17 final score says as much about roster size as it does about talent. Plymouth walked in to Bow High with a team 25 deep on Tuesday night...

Displaying results 1-12 (of 20)
 |<  < 1 - 2  >  >| 


Concord Monitor Office

1 Monitor Drive
Concord,NH 03301
603-224-5301

 

© 2021 Concord Monitor
Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy