WORLD WAR II

Gently move aside the pink and purple petunias in front of the granite tribute.Then you’ll see his name, Libero Rufo. You’ll read the place he was...

Lewis O’Brien loved all the handshakes, from more people than he could count.They approached the World War II veteran at airports and historic...

A story about the sun and the moon eclipsed other news that deserved more attention this weekend.Here on Earth, the USS Indianapolis was discovered...

Don’t get caught up in the bloodline. At least, not yet.Instead, move straight to the far-less-confusing bottom line. That’s where we learn that a...

Bill Krummel, who’s 93, shut his eyes tightly to see.   Over and over again.He searched the deep corners of his mind during an hour-plus...

There were old plaques honoring our war dead, found recently in dusty areas of Concord High School.There was student spirit in the school’s gym...

I think John Winant would like the statue lawmakers will unveil in his honor on June 30 at the State Library.It’ll be low key and solid, like the...

There was a lot of work left undone when Eddie Aho, barely 20, arrived at Pearl Harbor shortly after the day of infamy, 75 years ago today.The...

After a year of harsh verbal jousting, creating a political rift the size of the Grand Canyon, I sought solace at the New Hampshire Veterans Home...

Marie Kirk’s father was an artist. He sketched, he painted and he sculpted.And in 1944, Kirk said, her father used these abilities – creativity and...

Rene Gagnon Jr., a longtime Concord resident, is convinced he knows the truth about the most famous photograph in American history.That’s not...

An 88-year-old veteran of World War II has taken it upon himself to become the personal caretaker of the flags that fly in Epsom’s traffic circle...



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