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The founder of the Ig Nobel Awards, Marc Abrahams, will answer your burning questions at the next Science Cafe on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at 6 p.m. at...

Despite the wettest August on record, New Hampshire is still abnormally dry. How does that even work? The Granite Geek explores an answer in this...

Right now in Concord, we are living in a meteorological puzzle: The National Weather Service says this is the wettest August since records began...

A bloom of cyanobacteria in Hothole Pond near the Concord-Loudon border has led state officials to caution people about swimming there. New...

The data behind growing wildfires

8/19/18

As temperatures rise in the western U.S., so do the flames.The years with the most acres burned by wildfires have some of the hottest temperatures,...

Ants don’t tend to get in traffic jams. They might butt heads (or antennae) momentarily as they go about their industrious business, but ants...

More piping plover chicks hatched on New Hampshire beaches this summer than at any time since attempts to protect the federally threatened bird...

Wet? You bet. A rain record we may get

8/15/18

Unless the last two weeks of the month are extremely dry, we are living through the wettest August on record in Concord, according to the National...

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