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I have found myself increasingly lost in the wilderness during these dystopian times, dominated by clashing views on what is the truth. I’ve been...

Several energy bills proposed in the Legislature this year are vital to N.H. businesses and municipalities, and to the economic and environmental...

Boys’ LacrosseCoe-Brown 7, Memorial-West 1Key players: Coe-Brown – Zach Sheehan (10 saves), Ryan Nester (G), Ryan Whitcher (G), Wells Lambert (G, A...

Girls’ TennisCoe-Brown 8, Pembroke 1Key players: Coe-Brown – Megan Wimsatt (8-5 win at No. 1), Mary Thoms (8-1 win at No. 2), Addi Leifer (8-0 win...

Religion played an important role in John Newman’s Irish-Catholic family when he was a young boy growing up in Newfoundland, Canada, but he says it...

The N.H. House will be voting this week on Senate Bill 204, a bill that encourages the development of energy storage technology by both private...

As always, I appreciated David Brooks’s reporting, this time on bugs: “Save the bugs – before it’s too late” (Monitor front page, March 6).But I...

House Bill 183 would create a study committee that can point the way to developing the full potential of microgrids in New Hampshire. Microgrids...

Recent writers have taken “My Turns” debating “no first use” nuclear policy. I will not join this discussion except to say that MAD was always good...

Hot topic: Two articles on the school district warrant deal with security. Article 3 asks for a total of $480,000 to construction and equipment to...

When the Museum of Modern Art hosted the first Andy Warhol retrospective back in 1989, his work was considered to be derivative and superficial by...

Hot topic: The first two main articles on the 2019 warrant look to construct a new public safety building to house the fire and police departments....

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