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July swelter continues: Concord could come close to record of 98 degrees
07-15-2024 5:10 PM

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Concord will bake under the second major heat wave of the summer through at least Wednesday, but we’re not alone: Most of the East Coast and Midwest is seeing brutal temperatures and humidity as part of a large weather pattern that has moved here from...

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Two Concord residents arrested following investigation into distribution of child sex abuse images
07-15-2024 12:39 PM

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A Concord man is facing charges of distributing child sex abuse images, following a multi-month investigation between city police and the N.H. Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.Dylan Simms, 27, is facing three felony counts of distribution...


140 old cars – some of them really old – coming through Loudon on Friday as part of a multi-state race
06-26-2024 3:19 PM

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The Great Race, a multi-state endurance rally for cars at least 50 years old, will come through Loudon on Friday, featuring 140 cars, including some that pre-date World War I. The cars will be on display at the New England Racing Museum, on the...


Gallery: MV baseball drops first-round playoff game in extras
05-31-2024 9:23 AM

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No. 7 Merrimack Valley saw its season come to an end on Thursday after a 3-0, eight-inning loss to No. 10 Oyster River in the first round of the Division II playoffs. Senior Luke Dougherty started on the mound for MV and didn’t allow a hit in six...


Gallery: Bow softball cruises past Lebanon in D-II first round playoff matchup
05-29-2024 8:23 PM

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Bow (13-5) softball erupted on offense on Wednesday for a 12-0 win over N0. 12 Lebanon (5-12) in the first round of the Division II playoffs. The No. 5 Falcons will now face off against No. 4 ConVal (13-4) in the quarterfinals on Saturday. Bow beat...


After more than 80 years, WWII veteran’s remains buried in his native N.H.
05-29-2024 5:45 PM

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After 81 years, World War II veteran Richard Hammond’s remains were returned to his hometown of Northwood and buried alongside his family members in an internment ceremony Wednesday.Hammond’s last letter to his mother during the war asked her if his...


Get there faster: If the I-95 bridge to Maine gets too crowded, you may be able to drive on the shoulder
05-22-2024 6:09 PM

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The next time you’re driving to Maine on I-95, you might be able to use the shoulder. New Hampshire and Maine are set to begin utilizing “dynamic part-time shoulder use” to help reduce congestion on approximately three miles of I-95, between Exit 5 in...


Gallery: Concord girls’ lacrosse celebrates Senior Night with win over Nashua North
05-15-2024 8:32 PM

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Concord girls’ lacrosse celebrated its senior class on Monday, before its 13-5 win over Nashua North. The group of soon-to-be graduates included team manager Erin Martel, defenseman Grace Smith, attacker Sofia Payne, midfielder Sarah Leuci and...


State surplus auction to be held Saturday; preview day Friday
05-15-2024 3:34 PM

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The twice-annual auction of surplus government property returns Saturday at White Farm in Concord, both for those who are bidding and those who are just watching.“People seem to enjoy watching the plow trucks get bid on for whatever reason. … There’s...


Monitor Sports Podcast — Catching up on the spring
05-10-2024 8:53 AM

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On the return of the Monitor Sports Podcast, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri break down the first month or so of the spring sports season, including Coe-Brown softball’s quest to defend its Division II state title, John Stark baseball’s dominant...


Monitor Sports launches new, once-a-week newsletter
05-09-2024 11:06 AM

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To enhance our coverage of local sports, Monitor Sports has launched a new sports newsletter that will hit your inbox every Friday. The email from Eric Rynston-Lobel will provide an overview of the previous week of feature stories and game coverage...


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

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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...


Gallery: Forty-mile gravel bicycle race draws racers from all over the region
04-19-2024 9:43 AM

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On April 6, the Pavement Ends Gravel Race — the only gravel bicycle race in New Hampshire — began at Pats Peak in Henniker and took riders through Weare and Deering over a 40-mile course. Riders took between two-and-a-half and five hours to complete...


Runaway cement truck crunches parked cars at Concord Coach Lines bus station
03-25-2024 5:07 PM

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A cement truck traveling south on Interstate 93 veered off the highway and plowed into rows of parked cars at the Concord Coach Lines bus stop on Stickney Avenue in Concord.None of the cars were occupied at the time of the crash, which was reported...


N.H. law enforcement plan ‘high visibility’ weekend for St. Paddy’s Day
03-15-2024 4:35 PM

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Luck may come with St. Patrick’s Day weekend, though being stopped for impaired driving may have some feeling green.Local, county and state law enforcement officials plan to be out in full force over the weekend with the goal of deterring and...


Monitor Sports Podcast – Dave Smith previews Coe-Brown’s semifinal against No. 1 Pelham
03-05-2024 1:24 PM

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On this week’s podcast, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri recap last week’s playoff results, including Concord boys’ hockey’s stunning overtime loss to Exeter and preview this week’s D-II boys’ and girls’ basketball semifinals featuring Pembroke...


Creator of ‘Doonesbury’ comic to be New England College commencement speaker
02-28-2024 4:09 PM

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Garry Trudeau, creator of the Doonesbury comic strip, will be the commencement speaker for New England College’s 2024 graduation ceremony on May 18.In addition, the New England College Board of Trustees has authorized the awarding of an honorary...


Dartmouth-Hitchcock warns ER at full capacity
02-14-2024 11:27 AM

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Respiratory viruses including COVID and a continuing shortage of healthcare workers has led the state’s biggest hospital, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, to warn that people without life-threatening needs may have to wait as long as 24 hours to...


Monitor Sports Podcast: Hopkinton’s Matt Miller previews D-III boys’ basketball playoffs
02-13-2024 2:01 PM

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On this week’s podcast, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri break down the Division III boys’ and girls’ basketball playoff brackets and discuss results from last week’s regular-season boys’ and girls’ basketball and hockey games. Then, Hopkinton boys’...


Monitor Sports Podcast: Kearsarge’s Nate Camp on the Cougars’ major turnaround
02-06-2024 4:52 PM

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This week, Eric Rynston-Lobel and Dan Attorri discuss Concord boys’ basketball’s first win of the season after an 0-10 start, a big win for Bow boys’ hoops over Pembroke, Concord boys’ hockey continuing to roll and much more. Then, Kearsarge boys’...


Update: One dead after multi-vehicle accident at Loudon and Fort Eddy roads in Concord
01-12-2024 12:28 PM

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One person died in a multi-vehicle crash on Loudon Road at the intersection with Fort Eddy Road and Exit 14 of Interstate 93 late Friday morning.The 911 call came to the dispatch center around 11:04 a.m.Multiple ambulances arrived at the scene and...

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