Sen. Jeanne Shaheen was the target of a hoax attempt to set up a phone call with a person purporting to represent the government of Latvia, her...

Schools will reopen in the next few weeks across New Hampshire without newly available federal money for student services such as speech therapy...

Kristan Skora was disappointed when she heard the city of Franklin was no longer recycling, but she said the decision isn’t going to change...

President Donald Trump and the courts are starting to drain the swamp. Federal bureaucrats, numbering 2.1 million, constitute the swamp, which is...

A man accused of stealing copper from a Wilmot cottage just minutes before it exploded is trying to get evidence against him obtained through...

Republicans are the party of Abraham Lincoln, who signed off on what became the first national park, Yosemite, of Ulysses S. Grant, who established...


Rare general-level talks between the two Koreas ended with no agreement Tuesday, but the top delegates said they had a meaningful discussion on...

Kristan Skora was disappointed when she heard the city of Franklin was no longer recycling, but she said the decision isn’t going to change...

We’re all familiar with crime-scene forensics, or at least the TV version that is the central plot point for every single cop show, but I must...

St. Paul’s School has chosen a new rector, the first-ever woman to lead the Concord boarding school since its founding in 1856.Kathleen Carroll...

The stealth reopening of Tenney Mountain ski area in Plymouth.On Saturday after almost a decade of neglect is the latest example of a surprising...

Pollution is threatening the recently mapped Sac Actun cave system in the Yucatan Peninsula, a vast underground network that experts in Mexico say...

So who the heck was Franklin Pierce? I tried to find out, thinking Monday – Presidents Day – was a good time to try. Turns out, one of the most...

Last month, Philips Exeter Academy unveiled a big, new building for sports activities, and also announced that much, but not all, of the...




Events


 

Cobbler can be made to suit most fruits

7/31/18

When I make dessert, I tend to have a plan. I’d rather save the improvising and fridge cleaning for savory preparations.This cobbler, however...


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Obituaries


Alvin Solberg

Alvin (Al) Solberg, of Chichester, peacefully passed away in his home on Wednesday August 5, 2020 surrounded by family. Al was born October 22, 1942 in Brooklyn, NY to Albert and Ruth Solberg. After...

Karlyne (Kay) Sudsbury Ainsworth, 77, of Havenwood-Heritage Heights in Concord NH, passed away on Thursday August 6, 2020. Born May 18, 1943 in Nashua, NH to Robert E. Sudsbury (deceased) and Patrici...

Shari Lemeris

Shari Ann (Pennock) Lemeris, 70, died Monday, August 3, 2020 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA. She was born May 9, 1950 in Concord, NH, the daughter of Maurice and Esther (Sweet...

Mary Moore

Mary Frances Moore, 77, passed away peacefully at St. Elizabeth Home in East Greenwich, RI, on July 31, 2020. Mary is survived by her son Peter Johnson of Denmark, her daughter and son-in-law Rebecc...




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