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Concord has been trying to improve its connection to the river that runs through it for decades, with mixed success. That effort could soon get a...

Lawmakers need to try yet again to restore some sense to the spending of New Hamphire’s share of the revenue earned by making electric utilities...

Whether Seacoast homes or seaside cities are to be or not to be, that is the question. Sea levels are rising, storms and storm surges are growing...

There is a south-facing bench on Concord’s Main Street, one not infrequently occupied by people who appear to be homeless. Look left from the bench...

An opioid crisis now entering its third decade continues to claim the lives of hundreds of New Hampshire residents per year, most of them young. A...

Trust in Concord’s school district and the nine-member school board that oversees it can’t be restored until the district releases – to the...

Vetoes, whether by a governor or president, result from a failure to achieve the compromises that allow government to work and the will of the...

Last week, two pedestrians were struck by vehicles, one while crossing Loudon Road, the other in the Storrs Street crosswalk in front of the...

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