Support our education reporting.

The first $10,000 donated will be matched by national nonprofit Report for America. All money raised will go directly to salary and benefits for the Monitor’s education reporter through the summer of 2022. The Monitor remains committed to the principles of truth, democracy and trust.

More Business

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...

Conditions are mixed heading into one of the biggest weeks of the season for the region’s ski industry, but there is snow on the ground and...

News From NH Business Review

Firearms and suicide: finding common ground
His two worlds — that of a mental health and a gun rights advocate —may seem incongruous.
Teaming up on a pilot pipeline
PlaneSense and CHI Aerospace are neighbors at the Portsmouth International Airport at Pease. PlaneSense, at 115 Flightline Rd., is a provider of fractional aircraft ownership and private flight.
MBTA should extend T to Manchester, report says
A Boston-based advocacy group has issued a report that makes the case for transforming part of the Bay State’s commuter rail service into a regional network that would be electrified,...
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, which annually tallies the impact of outdoor recreation on the economy, estimates the industry in New Hampshire had a $2.6 billion value in 2021.

Concord Monitor Office

1 Monitor Drive
Concord,NH 03301


© 2019 Concord Monitor
Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy