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A government "of the people, by the people, and for the people" can work only if we the people are provided by that government with... [Read More]
Michael Pelchat wrote what I was thinking, only much more eloquently, in his letter to the editor in the Monitor on Nov. 28, titled, "An... [Read More]
It wasn't that many years ago when smokers could light up anywhere they pleased. When some restaurants voluntarily created "nonsmoking" areas it was a relief... [Read More]
Dear residents of Concord and surrounding towns: Please be advised that the two large parking lots at Sewalls Falls trap hundreds of vehicles each winter.... [Read More]
Nine more students and staff members of Concord area schools have tested positive for COVID-19 as the number of cases surges across the state and... [Read More]
 A rain-swollen Merrimack River swept through a homeless camp, submerging tents pitched along the boat dock and leaving one person stranded downstream in need of... [Read More]
A snowblower mounted in front of the engine will let the Mount Washington Cog Railway keep running all winter for the first time.The historic train... [Read More]
The COVID-19 vaccine is coming, but not soon enough for more than 20 residents at the New Hampshire Veterans Home who have succumbed to the... [Read More]
Sea lions have their own special place at the Oceanside harbor, but it's not enough.Harbor employees built a unique platform for the sea lions several... [Read More]
The votes from customers are in, no recount needed: doughnuts win. Looking like little life preservers, in some small way they've kept us afloat during... [Read More]
A prominent law enforcement training group is promoting a lengthy research document riddled with falsehoods and conspiracies that urges local police to treat Black Lives... [Read More]
The word "undetermined" appears more than 1,000 times in LRGHealthcare's bankruptcy filing, quantifying the specific amount owed to vendors, the worth of many of its... [Read More]
The town of Canaan must release the results of an internal investigation of a former police officer's roadside encounter with a woman who was injured... [Read More]
olks in the tech world are familiar with what is called the "hype cycle," in which a new technology is initially praised to the skies,... [Read More]
Winter is sort of here (although no sign of snow where I am, and ponds are still unfrozen) so I thought we could revisit one... [Read More]
… the daring jumping spider, of course. So say elementary students in the town of Hollis and they're absolutely correct. Jumping spiders – little arachnids... [Read More]
President Donald Trump does not understand the concept of the pardon. Last week he pardoned an "innocent" man and on Aug. 18, 2020, he pardoned... [Read More]
COVID-19 has affected all of us and created significant challenges. Fortunately, New Hampshire has a long history of community involvement and coming together to solve... [Read More]
It has been a difficult year for businesses, but one business that should fail is the fur business. Noted for its cruelty, it is a... [Read More]
Historians tell us that the publication of Upton Sinclair's novel The Jungle in 1905, awakened the nation to the public health threat posed by appalling... [Read More]
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