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Nicole Densmore brings music to her community
03-18-2024 5:03 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

New London’s Town Meeting began as it has for the last 14 years, with students from the Kearsarge Regional Elementary School leading the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem.Music teacher Nicole Densmore invited all students in...

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Opinion: Immigration from a different perspective
03-01-2024 6:00 AM

By ALLAN MACDONALD

Allan MacDonald is a retired public school teacher and small businessman from New London. The Apollo 8 astronauts were the first humans to see Earth-rise from a lunar orbit. Viewing this blue ball rising above the desolate lunar surface, astronauts...


Oh, deer!: Upper Valley doe rescue illustrates hazards of thin ice
01-17-2024 1:42 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

NEW LONDON — The New London Fire Department was on thin ice Sunday morning when it rescued a partially submerged deer from Pleasant Lake.Just before 7:30 a.m., with temperatures around freezing, the Fire Department received an emergency call from a...


Opinion: At this New London farm, climate change is upending seasonal patterns
01-14-2024 6:30 AM

By GREG BERGER

Greg Berger is the owner of Spring Ledge Farm in New London. We’ve been farming for nearly 40 years. We began seeing the changes about a dozen years ago: Frosts came later, we picked vegetables longer into the fall, droughts were more severe, but...


Hometown Hero: The spirit of Christmas is captured each year in New London, where the lonely lights shine bright 
01-07-2024 8:00 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

Inside, David Cleveland’s father knew his son had created a great idea, an idea he liked, a warm and fuzzy tradition that just passed its 36th anniversary this past Christmas.But Jim Cleveland – the former Republican U.S. Congressman, poster boy for...


Mentorship program expands to Kearsarge
08-21-2023 5:00 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

NEW LONDON — Windsor County Mentors is expanding to the Kearsarge region.The Windsor-based nonprofit organization is partnering with community groups and the Kearsarge Regional School District to start a mentoring program for students at elementary...


Chris Christie emphasizes importance of talking about “the big issues” in a town hall at Colby-Sawyer
08-09-2023 2:54 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

NEW LONDON – Chris Christie recounted a story he’s probably told hundreds of times before.It was 2015, the second Republican primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA. None of the candidates would talk to Donald...


Wood-fired air conditioning! Really, it’s a thing
07-11-2023 6:57 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

To make financial sense when burning wood for a large housing development, I have recently learned, you need to do something that sounds kind of crazy: Use it to cool yourself.“That’s the key. … District heating with wood is not a new thing, it’s use...


Hopkinton joins Bow and New London in exploring compost options
06-27-2023 4:30 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Following the lead of Bow and New London, Hopkinton is exploring alternatives to sending food waste to the landfill while joining other communities in its commitment to environmental responsibility.Bonnie Christie, co-chair of the Hopkinton Waste...


The post office puts its stamp of approval on a children’s writer
05-06-2023 3:08 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

Tomie dePaola – the affable local author and illustrator whose children’s books have sold 25 million copies worldwide, but whose book about a benevolent witch was banned in several U.S. school libraries for its positive views on witchcraft – will...


Opinion: World leadership towards a common, sustainable future
04-19-2023 6:00 AM

By NICHOLAS OURUSOFF

Nicholas Ourusoff lives in New London. World leadership today requires a commitment to multinational collaboration because we face global challenges that affect all nations and in addition they are existential, threatening our survival.After World War...


8-year-old New London snowboarder places third overall for age group in national snowboarding competition
04-13-2023 8:41 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

 Miles Sattely, an 8-year-old resident of New London, placed third overall last week in the U.S.A. Snowboard and Freeski Association’s national championships in Copper Mountain, Colorado.Over 10 days, Sattely participated in slopestyle, slalom, giant...


Opinion: Shoot, then think. Balloons and propaganda
02-24-2023 7:00 AM

By NICHOLAS OURUSOFF

Nicholas Ourusoff lives in New London. “American officials said that the surveillance device was shot down off the coast of the Carolinas after it spent the last week traversing the country. Chinese officials maintained that it was a weather balloon...


Opinion: But what if you’re wrong and they’re right? Listening to our trans kids.
02-17-2023 6:00 AM

By FRANCES B. LIM-LIBERTY

Frances B. Lim-Liberty, MD, of New London is a pediatric endocrinologist and practices adolescent transgender medicine. I have many trans people in my life. I am cisgender and I provide gender-affirming care. I have had the honor of being part of...


Well-known town official kills domestic partner, then himself at home in New London
11-30-2022 5:45 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

A 78-year-old man shot and killed his domestic partner inside their New London home and then killed himself, state officials announced Wednesday.Douglas Lyon called police to the Shaker Street home at 1:38 p.m. Tuesday. When officers arrived they...


Colby-Sawyer unveils tuition cut in 2023
09-07-2022 4:19 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

NEW LONDON — Starting next fall, Colby-Sawyer College will reduce its tuition to $17,500, it announced Wednesday.The new price will be 62% less than the current list price of $46,364. The actual difference for students and families will be less, as...


Rising liquor sales make the New Hampshire-Vermont border a booze battleground
06-07-2021 6:21 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

In July, a new 10,300-square-foot New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet will open in the Claremont Marketplace plaza on Washington Street, nearly doubling the space of its former store.Not everyone is raising a glass to toast the occasion.“That’s going...

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