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High schools: Coe-Brown softball wins 5th straight, Concord’s McDonald pitches first varsity win, Tide’s Doherty scores 100th career point
04-23-2024 11:06 PM

SoftballCoe-Brown 15, Pembroke 2, 5 inn.Key players: Coe-Brown – Jayden Porter (win, 4 IP; triple, double, 3 RBI), Bella Pelletier (1 IP), Reilly West (3-for-3, 4 RBI), Addison Coffin (2 hits, 3 RBI), Brook Orluk (2-for-2, triple), Judi Quinney (hit),...

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“It’s beautiful” – Eight people experiencing homelessness to move into Pleasant Street apartments
04-23-2024 5:02 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

Down every street in Dover, reminders of his late wife Stephanie followed Larry Regan. After she passed, he headed towards Concord to start anew. It’s taken a while for that to feel like a reality, but the day has finally come. For the last three...


At House hearing, some argue proposed transgender sports ban would violate discrimination law
04-23-2024 4:30 PM

By JEREMY MARGOLIS

A week after a federal appeals court ruled a transgender sports ban in West Virginia was discriminatory, more than a dozen transgender girls, parents, educators and advocates in New Hampshire argued that a similar ban under consideration in New...


Opinion: This stinks, but if you don’t speak up it’s going to reek
04-23-2024 4:17 PM

By CELESTE CLARK

Celeste Clark is the executive director of Raymond Coalition For Youth. Think it’s not your issue so you don’t need to pay attention? Do you think, well I don’t use it so I really don’t care? Or, are you just plain sick of hearing about marijuana...


Committee approves bill allowing host communities to join charitable gaming
04-23-2024 4:13 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

The House Ways and Means Committee unanimously voted on Tuesday to advance Senate Bill 472, which allows host communities to participate in charitable gaming alongside charities and non-profits.Senate Bill 472, now heading to the full House of...


Matt Fisk will serve as next principal of Bow High School
04-23-2024 4:00 PM

By JEREMY MARGOLIS

Assistant principals don’t typically serve students food, but at Bow High School, lunch duty is a daily responsibility for Matt Fisk.Last Wednesday, Fisk dished out Big Mac subs and cheese nachos and checked in with students as they passed through the...


Charities will not have to pay rent to casinos under new law
04-23-2024 3:56 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Deb Leahy can finally breathe easy, freed from the fluctuating rental fees each time her organization partners with a New Hampshire casino for donations.Thanks to a new law, casinos are now prohibited from imposing rent charges on charities for...


Letter: We need young people like you, Tyler
04-23-2024 3:22 PM

Thank you Tyler Czarkowski, for the My Turn “America needs systemic change.” You are so right! I urge you to consider that all politics starts locally. Plenty is happening within our state that is driven by a national agenda driven by billionaires....


Letter: Spending out of control
04-23-2024 3:22 PM

Between the proposed spending sprees of the Concord City Council and the Concord School Board, soon the only people who will be living in Concord will be the wealthy and the homeless. According to one city councilor, the proposed new police station...


Letter: Justice can’t wait
04-23-2024 3:22 PM

You wouldn’t buy a used car without “kicking the tires.” Of course you’d do your due diligence to determine whether or not the car was a good deal. As voters we need to exercise the same due diligence. Before we vote in the upcoming election, we need...


Letter: Sununu as political influencer ends
04-23-2024 3:22 PM

With the word “yeah,” Gov. Sununu’s job as a fast talking political influencer has ended. I speak of the answer to commentator George Stephanopoulos’s question of whether he will still support Trump, while a laundry list of Trump transgressions...


Letter: Tax dollars for education
04-23-2024 3:22 PM

I have been a taxpayer in NH for 38 years, most in Concord, last 5 in Loudon. I do not want our public schools to have less stringent criteria, larger classes, and the systemic loss of my taxpayer money as it has been sent instead to school voucher...


Spring activities at The Fells
04-23-2024 1:12 PM

First Thursday Hike with Dave AndersonThursday, May 2, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.; rain-date of May 9Dave Anderson, Senior Director of Education at the Society for the Protection of NH Forests, will lead a 1.5-mile hike along the John Hay Forest Ecology Trail,...


Concord Monitor editor Mike Pride’s final book explores the lives, works of Northern New England poets
04-23-2024 1:10 PM

The distinguished Concord Monitor editor Mike Pride’s final book, Northern Voices, an exploration of the lives and works of a remarkable generation of Northern New England poets, will be the focus of a kickoff event at the Baker Free Library in Bow on...


Two new microgalleries added to New London gallery stroll in May
04-23-2024 1:05 PM

Center for the Arts (CFA) is pleased to announce this year’s May Gallery Stroll will include two new locations: Whipple Hall and Grounds Coffee. There are now a total of six locations during this First Friday Gallery Stroll’s Artist’s Reception...


Call for fantastical art for ‘When Pigs Fly’ exhibit in Boscawen
04-23-2024 12:56 PM

Twiggs Gallery in Boscawen invites New Hampshire artists to enter artwork inspired by the impossible, the surreal, and the fantastical for their summer juried exhibition “When Pigs Fly.”Inspired by the idiom suggesting that something is utterly...


Upper Valley residents among advocates for NH aid-in-dying bill
04-23-2024 11:35 AM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

Before she moved to Hanover, Susan Gillotti was hesitant.“I said that I wanted to move a continuing care retirement community in New Hampshire, but I was really afraid of doing it because I’d lose my entitlement to medical aid in dying,” said...


Police: Man facing felony animal cruelty charge after striking, killing cat
04-23-2024 11:10 AM

Monitor staff

A man is facing a felony animal cruelty charge after he allegedly struck and killed a cat Monday afternoon.Felix Perez, 30, was arrested on the charge, and is set to be arraigned on Tuesday.Police were called to Mammoth Road around 1:44 p.m. for a...


Affordable housing and child care remain top concerns for young people in N.H.
04-23-2024 11:00 AM

By JAMES RINKER

Young people love living in the Monadnock Region, but they’re struggling to afford to stay.That was one of the findings Stay Work Play New Hampshire released last week from its second "Policy & Pints" pop-up series, which looks into the reasons why...


N.H. legislators continue to ignore three-year-old school-funding recommendations
04-23-2024 10:31 AM


The N.H. Senate is considering a bill to ban gender-affirming surgeries on minors. Hospitals statewide say they don't perform these procedures.
04-23-2024 10:24 AM

By JAMES RINKER

A bill that would ban gender-affirming surgery for minors in New Hampshire will have a public hearing before the state Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.But representatives from a dozen hospital systems statewide say they don’t perform this type...

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