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At the beginning of October, when New Hampshire began counting antigen COVID-19 tests as positive, health experts nationwide were scrutinizing the...

Democrats can usually count on minority groups to vote for them, including Asian Americans, the fastest growing racial group or ethnic group in the...

Hospitals prepare for surge in COVID-19 cases

10/22/20

With COVID-19 cases surging in other parts of the country and rising in New Hampshire and Vermont, Upper Valley hospitals are keeping a close eye...

As COVID-19 keeps spreading in New Hampshire, the state is getting close to an unpleasant milestone: Within a week we might be seeing more new...

Worried that you may not know election results on Election Night this year? You’re not alone.In a Politico/Morning Consult poll from late-September...

Election officials across New Hampshire are prepared to deal with poll-watchers and any sort of voter intimidation at polling places.With roughly...

With New Hampshire now allowing all voters to claim COVID-19 as a reason for voting absentee, more Granite Staters than ever will likely cast...

When the requests for hairdressers first started pouring in, New Hampshire’s nursing homes were in the throes of a coronavirus crisis.Eighty one...





The Orioles were on their heels all afternoon as the visiting Hopkinton Hawks swooped in and slashed their way to a shutout win in the NHIAA...

Hayden Ketola of Conant punched his ticket to the Division III individual golf championship with a seventh-place finish at the team competition...

GIRLS’ SOCCERMonadnock 3, Conant 2Heather Gonyea scored twice for Conant Wednesday off assists from Irelynd Aucoin and Megan Graff, but the Orioles...

The Mascenic Vikings won the program’s sixth state championship Thursday, holding off the rest of Division IV – including defending champion...

My inspiration for writing this column is some disturbing chatter I’ve heard about the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine. No, it’s not about the vaccine...

Be The Change: How To Grow Up

9/4/20

When does a person become an adult? It happened for me when I got my first job as a dishwasher at Cooper’s Hill Public House in Peterborough.Not...


Do you have a few hours to spare to check out a new playlist? Actually, might want to make that the next four or so days.If you’re a fan of the...

Eddie Mottau has many claims to fame. He was the first person to play at the legendary Folkway in Peterborough, played guitar on John Lennon’s last...



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Obituaries


Florence Zeno

Florence (DeBellis) Zeno, 94, died on Oct. 16, 2020 at Summerhill Assisted Living in Peterborough, NH. Flo, born in Boston, was a working mother who raised two children with her husband, John R. Zeno,...

Pamela Currier

Pamela Rose Currier, 56, of Peterborough, passed away on October 17, 2020 at Concord Regional VNA Hospice House and is now in the arms of the lord. She is survived by her brother Frederick Currier of...

Miriam Lockhart

Miriam Levo Lockhart, 87, former teacher of Spanish and English as a Second Language (ESL), died of heart failure on October 18 in the University of Connecticut Hospital in Farmington, CT. The daugh...

Alan Easton Sr.

Alan B. Easton, Sr., of Concord, formerly of Gilford, and Peterborough, and beloved husband of Kay (Lucius) Easton, passed away suddenly but peacefully on February 4, 2020. Born in Goffstown on......


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