BEARS

HANOVER — The Hanover High School mascot search is going back to the drawing board.At its meeting last week, the Hanover High School Council ad hoc...

Ben Kilham needs nuts. Acorns to be precise. And if you have any apples to spare, he’ll gladly take those as well.The Kilham Bear Center in Lyme is...

Perseverance and a package of apple-cider doughnuts bought at a two-for-one special at Price Chopper.That’s what it took for Lebanon and Hanover...

Mink, the black bear sow who roamed, charmed and at times chewed through neighborhoods in Hanover and Lebanon with several litters of cubs, has...

As Bob Stone was in his driveway on Pasture Lane loading up his garbage to take it to the dump on Saturday, a black bear crossed his yard about 50...

It wasn’t long after Bryan Marquard and his wife, Jill, moved into their home just south of Mink Brook that they began to catch glimpses of a bear...

Barry was near the end, close to losing his home.He had turned into Elvis trying to be cool in the 1970s. His charm and talent were gone after a...

Under new leadership after longtime coach Pat Riberdy stepped down during the offseason, the Winnisquam football team hasn’t skipped a beat.The...

DERRY – Coe-Brown arrived at Saturday’s Division II volleyball championships relaxed and ready. The No. 6 Bears didn’t have the weight of...

If the last few rounds of the playoffs are any indication, this weekend’s high school tournament slate should be a treat for local fans. The...

EXETER – The Falcons had more chances in the second half and pressured until the last whistle, but in the end the Bow boys’ soccer team suffered an...

PEMBROKE – There was never a doubt about what the Pembroke Academy girls’ soccer team was aiming for at the end of the regular season.“I was...

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