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Opinion: Calling candidates for CD 2: Show me what democracy looks like!
04-12-2024 6:00 AM

By JENNIFER FRIZZELL

Jennifer Frizzell of Concord is an attorney, advocate and activist who works to advance gender justice, reproductive freedom and democracy in the Granite State. In 2020 she was awarded the Ann McLane Kuster Community Leader award from the NH...

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‘The ball is rolling’: Housing and homelessness hot topics at ‘State of the City’
04-11-2024 5:47 PM

By CATHERINE McLAUGHLIN

After stumbling briefly with the accompanying PowerPoint in the first minutes of his remarks, Mayor Byron Champlin poked a little fun at his mistake.“And now I’m going to turn things over to former Mayor Bouley,” he quipped.Eliciting laughter from the...


Bow police department to revamp K9 program with Labrador Retrievers
04-11-2024 5:33 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

The Bow Police Department bid farewell to their K9 Boris this year after his handler left the department.With K9 Boris no longer part of the team, the Bow Police Department is reinventing its K9 program, turning to employ canines for locating missing...


After honoring late Rep. Ellison NH House votes to kill his “dying wish” bill, expanding free and reduced lunch
04-11-2024 5:30 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

The last time Anna Bates figured she was in the State House was for the annual field trip all New Hampshire fourth graders take.As she took her seat in the gallery Thursday, the cacophony on the House floor, and jargon that goes with it – voice votes,...


Red barn on Warner Road near Concord/Hopkinton line to be preserved
04-11-2024 4:53 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

For drivers in the Concord area, the old red barn on Warner Road is a quintessential directional landmark — whether to get to the Hopkinton Fair or a friend’s house. It’s more than just a structure – it’s a piece of history etched into the landscape...


Bow girls’ lacrosse coach Chris Raabe achieves milestone win
04-11-2024 3:32 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Chris Raabe’s not a big fan of all the attention. Being a high school coach is about the athletes and their accomplishments, not her own. But on Wednesday between the rain drops at Bow High School, Raabe won her 300th game as the girls’ lacrosse head...


High schools: Bow girls’ lax coach Raabe wins 300th game, more Wednesday results
04-11-2024 12:43 AM

Girls’ LacrosseBow 19, Bishop Brady 2Key players: Bow – Olivia Selleck (4 goals, 2 assists), Kate McGovern (3 goals, 2 assists), Kendall Murray (3 goals, 2 assists), Ella Gray (2 goals, assist), Charlotte Duncan (2 goals, assist)Highlights:  Bow head...


State will buy new DOJ building from Duprey for $21 million
04-10-2024 7:28 PM

By CATHERINE McLAUGHLIN

The state will buy the office building that has housed the Department of Justice since last year after the Executive Council approved $21 million in state money for the purchase Wednesday.The department left its pink granite location on Capitol Street...


MVHS crossword creator puzzles over puzzles
04-10-2024 4:54 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

Do you know a six-letter word that’s key to the “butterfly effect”? What’s the loneliest number? How do you express excitement in Japanese?If you answered those easily, Natalie DeGreenia has a puzzle for you.The Merrimack Valley High School senior has...


Concord Islamic society celebrates Eid al-Fitr
04-10-2024 2:25 PM

The IQRA Islamic Society of Greater Concord on North Main Street celebrated Eid al-Fitr on Wednesday, one of the major holidays celebrated by Muslims around the world; it commemorates the end of the holy month of Ramadan, where Muslims fast daily from...


Opinion: Making the belonging case for diversity
04-10-2024 6:00 AM

By JACOB A. BENNETT

Dr. Jacob A. Bennett lives in Chester. Last year I conducted research into the meaning and value of diversity in education contexts, a project that resulted in the publication of “The Belonging Case for Diversity,” a focused literature review that I...


Boys’ lacrosse: Hopkinton and Bow head to overtime in season opener
04-10-2024 12:51 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

BOW – The rosters are a bit different than they were when they met in the Division III semifinals last June, but once again, Bow and Hopkinton required overtime to decide the outcome between the two rivals on Tuesday in the first game of the spring...


High schools: Wachter strikes out 17, pitches a complete game to lead Concord softball to victory; other Opening Day results
04-10-2024 12:51 AM

Softball Concord 9, Windham 3 Key players: Concord – Maddy Wachter (complete game, 17 strikeouts), Delaney Duford (HR, stolen base; threw out a runner stealing), Maggie Taylor (3-for-4, 2 runs), Alison Dupuis (RBI double), Ella Gray (RBI single), Andi...


Women lead Bow select board
04-09-2024 7:37 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

For the first time in Bow’s history, the select board leadership positions are exclusively held by women.After Michael Wayne stepped down as chair and member of the select board, Angela Brennan was appointed to the role, with Eleana Colby serving as...


Since 1958, a hidden piece of the past in Concord has been waiting to be found
04-09-2024 5:34 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

The jackhammer rattled away for a good 20 minutes Tuesday before a faded copper and lead container was pried from the corner of the Department of Justice building in downtown Concord that had been home to several banks.Dozens of onlookers and state...


22-year-old Concord motorcyclist dead in crash with box truck in Bow
04-09-2024 5:10 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

A 22-year-old Concord motorcyclist was killed in a fiery crash with a box truck at the intersection of Route 3A and Robinson Road on Tuesday morning, according to Bow police.Carson Hardy was pronounced dead at the scene at 6:30 a.m. by the Hooksett...


Office of Child Advocate looking to add position to address youth homelessness
04-09-2024 5:07 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

Becca Ivancso knows that a teenager in a tent isn’t often what first comes to mind when people think of homelessness. But that’s the reality for a number of young people in New Hampshire.There’s no state oversight of these youth, who typically begin...


Despite ‘sticker shock,’ Concord City Council moves forward on new police station plan
04-09-2024 5:07 PM

By CATHERINE McLAUGHLIN

Concord City Councilors unanimously voted to follow through on the $4.1 million property purchase for relocating police headquarters Monday, even if the $41.5 million proposal to create the station gave them “sticker shock.”“I was glad that I’m...


Lawyer: NH youth detention center treated teen like sex slave, punching bag, lawyer alleges
04-09-2024 4:54 PM

By HOLLY RAMER

CONCORD, N.H. — Workers at New Hampshire’s youth detention center treated a teenage boy like a “sex slave and a punching bag,” and the state itself laid the groundwork for the abuse, an attorney argued Tuesday as the first of more than 1,000 lawsuits...


Many eclipse visitors to pulled an all-nighter trying to leave
04-09-2024 2:33 PM

By NICK PERRY and KATHY McCORMACK

FRANCONIA, N.H. — Thousands of visitors to northern New England communities in the path of the total solar eclipse were told to pack their patience for the trip. In some areas, they needed it for up to 12 hours after the event started, inching their...


Police: Masked man robs Shell gas station on Loudon Road
04-09-2024 12:15 PM

By ARIANNA MACNEILL

The Shell gas station on Loudon Road was allegedly robbed by a masked man who reportedly handcuffed the clerk and put a pillowcase over his face.Police were called to the station around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday to the report of a robbery – the clerk was able...

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