Franklin, NH

On Sunday, I woke up and read the letter from Ken and Judith Ackerson in amazement. They portray what many feel is a sense of denial as to the...

With all due respect, letter writers Jo Brown (Nov. 8) and Ken and Judith Ackerson (Nov. 11) don’t have a clue about homelessness in Franklin.Sure,...

It was with a sense of disappointment that I read the second Monitor front-page article on Franklin homelessness, published in nearly as many weeks...

Ethan Clapp said he didn’t have much time to think as the flames grew. He didn’t have time to put on shoes, or find his wallet or his car keys. By...

If Ray Duckler intended to shed light on the homeless situation in Franklin, he did a good job (Sunday Monitor front page, Oct. 28). If Duckler...

At first, the burning smell didn’t startle Mike Lombardo.It was Sunday afternoon, and Lombardo was enjoying a fall day on the porch of his Franklin...

The narrow paved and dirt path, a mile-long strip of level ground sandwiched between two rows of trees, looked inviting.A sign welcomed visitors to...

I will be casting my vote for Chris Sununu on Tuesday. My decision did not come lightly, and it’s based on his exceptional achievements over the...

My name is Scott Burns, and I am running for state representative for Franklin Ward 1 and 2, and the town of Hill. I am focusing on education...

A judge ordered Monday that pretrial monitoring is no longer necessary for a former Franklin police prosecutor who resigned from the force while...

The family’s thumbs and pinkies told the story.Spread them out wide, as far as you can. Now imagine a person in the space between them.That’s how...

The three Franklin cops gave a tour, showing a piece of real estate with plenty to offer while rain sizzled like bacon on a stove.This property...

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