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Cottage community rebuilds beloved dock after it was destroyed in boat crash
05-17-2024 1:34 PM

By CATHERINE McLAUGHLIN

The Keewaydin Cottages feel like the set of a movie.Tall pines stand sentry on Lake Winnipesaukee’s rocky shoreline, and the air’s humidity-muffled stillness is cut only by the quiet lapping of waves against the small beach and the deep, hollow...


In the face of tragedy, Franklin softball seeks togetherness
05-17-2024 10:41 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

There was a lot riding on freshman Lily Cornell’s shoulders as she walked out to the circle for Franklin’s softball game against Newmarket on Thursday night at Odell Park. She entered the game just 10 strikeouts shy of reaching 500 for her varsity...


High schools: Thursday’s results
05-17-2024 8:47 AM

Girls’ LacrosseHopkinton 15, Plymouth 5Key players: Hopkinton – Sarah Chodosh (5 goals, assist, 2 draw controls, 2 caused turnovers, 4 ground balls), Sydney Westover (4 goals, 12 draw controls, caused turnover, 2 ground balls), Maeve Owens (3 goals,...


On the trail: Biden back to N.H. next week
05-17-2024 6:53 AM

By PAUL STEINHAUSER

President Joe Biden returns to New Hampshire next week for his second visit in two months to the only general election battleground state in New England.The president will hold an official White House event in Merrimack.Afterward, Democratic sources...


Parental notification bill passes Senate
05-16-2024 5:27 PM

By JEREMY MARGOLIS

A bill that would require teachers to notify parents at least two weeks before they introduce content about sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression, passed the Senate Thursday, much to the chagrin of its longest-serving...


Transgender sports ban heads to Sununu
05-16-2024 1:42 PM

By JEREMY MARGOLIS

The New Hampshire Senate passed a bill Thursday that would ban transgender girls from participating on public school-sponsored sports teams starting in fifth grade.The bill, HB 1205, was passed by the House in March and now heads to Gov. Chris...


‘A little bit of kindness can go a long way’: Belmont continues honoring legacy of Jake Deware
05-16-2024 1:40 PM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

Belmont baseball coach Matt LeBlanc looked up at the scoreboard and saw that his Red Raiders had scored 11 runs against Winnisquam. He felt a chill move up his spine.On May 6, the program had partnered with the Jake Deware Kindness Project to carry on...


State senator passes out on senate floor
05-16-2024 12:34 PM

By JEREMY MARGOLIS

At approximately 12:15 p.m. Thursday, midway through a debate on a controversial transgender sports ban, Sen. Denise Ricciardi, a Bedford Republican, passed out at the corner of the Senate floor.Sen. Sue Prentiss, a West Lebanon Democrat and a...


Senate kills bill allowing medical aid in dying
05-16-2024 11:33 AM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

After months of intense public debate, with Granite Staters on both sides of the legislation that would allow medical aid in dying, packing the room at every public hearing, the Senate voted on Thursday to kill the bill.“I think that the tragedy is...


Beilock’s leadership divides students; ‘no confidence’ narrowly passes
05-16-2024 11:30 AM

By FRANCES MIZE

HANOVER – By a slim margin, Dartmouth undergraduate students have voted “no confidence” in President Sian Leah Beilock’s leadership in the wake of a controversial crackdown on pro-Palestinian protesters earlier this month, Dartmouth Student Government...


Demolition of historic Norris House in downtown Concord to make way for new development
05-16-2024 10:42 AM

By DAVID BROOKS

The historic Norris House on South Main Street will be torn down next week to make way for a commercial development after years of failed efforts to get somebody to cover the six-figure cost to move it to safety.“We have removed the transom over the...


Opinion: Seeing the full picture: Optometry can increase access to care
05-16-2024 6:00 AM

By TONY SACCO and TYLER WEBER

Dr. Tony Sacco lives in Bow. Dr. Tyler Weber lives in Concord. During the past several decades, healthcare education, training and innovations have advanced exponentially to everyone’s benefit. Unfortunately, the laws arbitrarily dictating limitations...


High schools: Wednesday’s baseball, softball, lacrosse and tennis results
05-16-2024 12:18 AM

BaseballBelmont 5, Gilford 0, 8 inn.Key players: Belmont – Anakin Underhill (8 IP, 1 H, 4 BB, 15 K), Michael Collette (2-for-4, RBI, run), Hutch Haskins (1-for-5, 2 RBI), Owen Waldron (1-for-3, walk, run), Wyatt Divers (1-for-3, RBI, run)Highlights:...


High schools: Kearsarge boys’ tennis locks up No. 2 seed; plus more tennis, baseball, softball, lax and track results
05-15-2024 8:33 PM

Boys’ Tennis Kearsarge 8, Monadnock 1 Key players: Kearsarge – Liam Miller (singles and doubles winner), Eli Whipple (singles and doubles winner), Billy Reid (singles winner), Graham West (doubles winner), Thomas Shepherd (doubles winner) Highlights:...


Gallery: Concord girls’ lacrosse celebrates Senior Night with win over Nashua North
05-15-2024 8:32 PM

Monitor staff

Concord girls’ lacrosse celebrated its senior class on Monday, before its 13-5 win over Nashua North. The group of soon-to-be graduates included team manager Erin Martel, defenseman Grace Smith, attacker Sofia Payne, midfielder Sarah Leuci and...


As site testing begins on new middle school site, activists file to put location debate on the ballot
05-15-2024 5:05 PM

By CATHERINE McLAUGHLIN

In the woods off South Curtisville Road, between maple saplings and tall pines and within sight of dog walkers on trails, fifteen wooden stakes flagged with hot pink construction tape poke up from the pine needles carpeting the ground.The stakes mark...


Landfill legislation buried in Senate citing concerns from DES
05-15-2024 4:38 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Despite the potential to reshape waste management practices in New Hampshire, the state Senate has decided not to pass two landfill bills, citing concerns raised by the Department of Environmental Services.One of these bills, House Bill 602, proposed...


State senate approves constitutional amendment banning involuntary servitude – except for prisoners
05-15-2024 4:34 PM

By JEREMY MARGOLIS

An amendment to New Hampshire’s constitution that would codify a ban on slavery and involuntary servitude could head to New Hampshire voters’ ballots in November  – but it may include a carve out for those convicted of a crime.After the state’s House...


No further appeal planned over removal of Flynn memorial in Concord
05-15-2024 3:18 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

The fight over a historical marker about Concord native Elizabeth Gurley Flynn has ended, with sponsors saying they won’t appeal a judge’s ruling that they lack legal standing to sue over its removal after it offended some executive councilors and...


Youth rally against New Hampshire’s bill allowing medical aid in dying
05-15-2024 9:53 AM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

With a brother who has Down syndrome and autism and an uncle battling terminal cancer, Charlie Taylor, a senior at Concord Christian Academy, knows all too well the toll illnesses can take on both the body and loved ones. Yet, he strongly believes...

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