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“People are saying, ‘I’m going to buy a piece of privacy,’” said Andy Smith of Peabody & Smith Realty in Littleton, who has sold property in...

Massive amounts of the personal protective equipment sent to nursing homes by the federal government have been unusable, according to the New...

The University of New Hampshire, Granite State College, Plymouth State University and Keene State College expect to spend nearly $29 million next...

As calls to defund or reform the police grow nationwide and within New Hampshire, experts say trauma-informed training, which is sometimes...

The day before the state’s ban on evictions and foreclosures ended, the New Hampshire House passed a watered-down version of a bill on Tuesday that...

The COVID-19 pandemic is exacerbating a longstanding problem for most nursing homes and assisted living facilities: not enough nurses in New...

The Hancock ZBA is scheduled to hear an application for a home-based business next Wednesday. Michael and Nancy Driscoll have applied to develop a...

Freedom of speech is an individual’s right to articulate ideas without fear of retaliation. Academic freedom is a commitment that scholars are free...





The summer running season got underway Monday night with the second annual Mjolnir Mile on Union Street in West Peterborough.Reuben Lyons won the...

As I stood on the first tee at Shattuck Golf Course last weekend, the normal jitters came about.What if I hook into the woods? What if I top the...

As recreational sports programs in New Hampshire resume activities under the latest state COVID-19 guidelines, local coaches and players are happy...

In normal times, the game of cornhole would be getting into full swing right about now. Corn hole players young and old would be dragging out their...

(Editor’s note: The letter below was delivered to Peterborough Police Chief Scott Guinard Saturday. Read his response here.)Chief Guinard and the...

(Editor’s note: Peterborough Police Chief Scott Guinard issued this statement in response to the citizen group calling for police reform.)The...


It has not been an easy couple of months for lovers of live music, musicians and music promoters. The concert scene came to a screeching halt due...

Mary Vallier-Kaplan is holding on to the slightest bit of hope.Before the coronavirus pandemic forced the Monadnock Summer Lyceum to switch its...



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Obituaries


Robert Borsari

ROBERT "BOB" BORSARI, of Peterborough, NH, blessed with the Sacraments of the Catholic Church, passed away peacefully on June 28, 2020, at Catholic Medical Center surrounded by his beloved family. Bo...

Nancy Faulkner

Nancy Walker Faulkner, 87, died June 27, 2020, with her three daughters by her side. Dancer, figure-skater, reader, writer, and devoted wife, Nancy whirled through life with zest, curiosity, and irrep...

Jane Kincaid

Jane H. (Viitanen) Kincaid, 77, passed away peacefully while surrounded by her family on Monday, June 29, 2020 at the Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, NH after a brief illness. Jane was born on...

Deborah Hawkins

TEMPLE, NH - Deborah A. (Stein) Hawkins, 74, passed away peacefully onWednesday, June 24, 2020 at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts following an admirable struggle against time...


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