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I write this as a white woman, born and raised in New Hampshire and a graduate of our great state's public education system. After living... [Read More]
Ronald Reagan once said that "the nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I'm from the government, and I'm here to help."A couple... [Read More]
An unpredictable season with unprecedented changes ended on Saturday night with an all too familiar result for the Crimson Tide. For the sixth consecutive year,... [Read More]
The human trafficking case brought against a former U.S. Olympics women's gymnastics coach hours before he killed himself could signal a new approach to policing... [Read More]
New Hampshire has long been a laggard when it comes to solar power. Maybe we need some banjos."We've had fiddlers and guitar players at one... [Read More]
Two years after mandating that New Hampshire public schools provide feminine hygiene products in their bathrooms for free, some members of the New Hampshire Legislature... [Read More]
Unlike the old days, Dan Vinal will not use his Muffet Mash to squish his opponents on Election Day.Instead, the former professional wrestler – once... [Read More]
New Hampshire may soon join the growing number of states that keep a comprehensive record of how police interact with their communities, but leaders of... [Read More]
Progress. There is no one simple definition for progress. Its measure can be different for everyone and everything. Maybe even every circumstance.When driving in my... [Read More]
I admit that I have never been a Republican. Probably like many on the left, I have seen the Republicans as a party primarily representing... [Read More]
Sweeping vistas of valleys, mountain ranges, cows grazing in pastures, apple orchards, red barns: These are just some of the images people imagine when they... [Read More]
"It is certain, in any case," James Baldwin said, "that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have." Today, more... [Read More]
I'm sure Gov. Chris Sununu and the Republicans in the Legislature were doing somersaults Monday when a judge for the U.S. District Court for the... [Read More]
House Bill 233 is not about abortion. It is about end-of-life care. It is about the most heartbreaking, devastating hours that parents experience, when their... [Read More]
I was extremely happy to read the full-page article about Assistant Merrimack County Attorney Brendan Cahalin in Tuesday's paper. We have been working so hard... [Read More]
"If we don't learn to embrace small risks again, we will undoubtedly miss out on huge rewards." Thomas Vicinanzo's Feb. 25 letter about reopening Concord... [Read More]
State committee members should vote for Emmett Soldati as the New Hampshire Democratic Party chair. I first met Emmett during a car rally at the... [Read More]
Voters at Gilmanton's town meeting on March 9 will be asked to support an article requesting funds to restore the old town hall. Both the... [Read More]
If you're starting a New Hampshire single-owner business and you decide to hire a lawyer to assist you, here are the six questions you should... [Read More]
The coal-fired power plant in Bow has won another year's funding from a program designed to guarantee future electricity supplies.The two units at Merrimack Station,... [Read More]
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