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Concord city officials are wise not to let the economic engine sparked by the redevelopment of Main Street roll to a stop at the former state...

Combating climate change. Addressing income inequality. Rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure. Preserving access to health care for people with...

Concord’s First Congregational Church should be preserved and repurposed. So should St. Joseph’s Church in Laconia. The buildings are irreplaceable...

In his 1946 essay “Politics and the English Language,” British author and philosopher George Orwell decried the replacement of clear, concise and...

There is a fear, one this newspaper shares, that the Democratic Party could move so far to the left that it leaves the middle behind, further...

The fate of public education and New Hampshire’s history of local control of public schools is too important to be decided quickly in acrimonious...

Why do good people die before their time? It’s a question that’s gone unanswered for as long as it’s been asked. One version or another of “this...

New Hampshire’s Executive Council, three Democrats and two Republicans, four men and one woman, will meet on Wednesday. They will debate a decision...

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