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A campaign to bring more solar energy to Canterbury says it has more than doubled its goal, and still has time to go. The campaign, Solarize...

There’s new life on the corner of Hall and Hammond streets.Head inside the squat building that used to hold the Sandwich Depot and you’ll be...

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8/4/19

Pauline Copeley, who’s under fire for the clutter outside her home on Liberty Street, welcomed me this week with three words that said a lot.“A...

It seems that people in the rest of New Hampshire think Merrimack County is a pretty good place to work.In 2015, the most recent year for which...

Teachers should never be alone with a student in a room with a door locked or with the lights off. It’s inappropriate for teachers and students to...

In the last seven months, the Merrimack County prosecutors’ office has experienced rapid staff turnover, the county hired an independent...

Some environmental groups are taking aim at Merrimack Station in Bow, one of the largest coal-fired power plants still operating in New England...

John Gfroerer, a documentary filmmaker based in Concord, has brought New Hampshire’s stories to the screen for years. He’s especially passionate...

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