COVID-19 coverage in our area

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In the wake of a Portsmouth mother getting kicked off of an American Airlines flight after her toddler refused to wear a mask, some public health...

Some 2,276 Granite Staters filed initial unemployment claims during the week ending Sept. 19, indicating that the economic recession, like the...

Health care officials in New Hampshire are expecting a resurgence of COVID-19 moving into flu season.In response, some hospitals will be testing...

With small clusters of COVID-19 popping up at schools and perhaps elsewhere, including the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, New Hampshire’s pandemic...

An athlete at Keene State College has tested positive for COVID-19, resulting in more than two dozen others affiliated with the college being...

Pumpkin carving, jack-o-lantern towers, hayrides and costume parades -- fall foliage or pumpkin festivals are a staple of autumn in New Hampshire...

It’s a chaotic time to be opening a new business, but Lorelei Sullivan said she saw the chance to realize her dream, and took it.Sullivan, owner of...

Francestown congregation to sell church

9/21/20

The Community Church of Francestown voted to sell their building last Sunday, citing a dwindling congregation unable to support the cost of...





Wednesday’s Wilton-Lyndeborough/Conant boys’ soccer showdown featured new coaches and new faces, but the result was the same chippy, competitive...

FIELD HOCKEYMascenic 3, Keene 0The Vikings got their season off to an auspicious start Tuesday with a 3-0 shutout win over Division I Keene.Emma...

COVID-19 cut the winter high school sports season short, canceled the spring season and caused a summer full of uncertainty about what was going to...

Amid all the chaos and uncertainty brought about by the pandemic, Vail Resorts, which operates four ski areas in New Hampshire, has a message of...

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...

We can change for the better

7/14/20

Let me preface this viewpoint by saying that I am writing here to express my own individual concerns and hopes as a lifelong resident of this town...


It was a little over five years after Fred and Katharine Roedel purchased their Wilton home on Old County Road that they began thinking about the...

The coronavirus pandemic has evoked all sorts of thoughts and feelings in just about everybody – from uncertainty and fear to anxiety and...



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Obituaries


Rosalys Wilson

Rosalys B. "Rosie" Wilson passed away on Sunday, September 13, 2020, in Peterborough, NH at the age of 89. Rosie was born on March 28, 1931, the third child and only daughter of John George Buckles...

Pauline R. Halfpenny, 91, a lifelong resident of Jaffrey, NH, died peacefully on September 16, 2020 at the Monadnock Community Hospital in Peterborough, after a brief period of failing health. Paulin...

Lauria Hasdorff

Born in Greenville, NH to Robert and Rose Anna Thibault, Lauria passed at 5 pm on September 3rd, 2020 at home in the company of her family. Before there was Facebook to remind us of birthdays and othe...


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