Thursday Nov 28
Shop-local movement grows in New Hampshire
More and more Granite State residents are embracing Plaid Friday and Small Business Saturday, choosing to do their Christmas buying at locally owned stores.
Dublin / Peterborough: Help on the way after typhoon
Last week, Sylvia Fox of Dublin was still waiting to hear news of several relatives who live in or were visiting the Philippines when Typhoon Haiyan, also called Typhoon Yolanda, made landfall in easternmost islands on Nov. 8. With thousands confirmed dead and others still missing, it was hard knowing that she had relatives who were living near or ... (more)
Letter: Troop 8: Scouting for food donations
The Boy Scouts of Troop 8 and Cub Scouts of Pack 8 of Peterborough would like to thank the many residents of Peterborough and Dublin for their generous contribution to the Scouting For Food Campaign.
Dublin: Weekend wind topples trees, downs wires
Around 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon, Dublin Fire Department responded to 42 Brush Brook Road, the home of Moose Maple Nursery and Garden Center, for a report of a downed tree that had landed on a house.
Contoocook school district divvies up LGC refund
The money came from overpayments in health insurance premiums to the Local Government Center in 2010.
Chapel Hill News
DeConto: Confessions of a Christian camp counselor
My parents had always scraped every penny together to send us kids to conservative Christian schools.
Watching, and waiting
Disaster in the Philippines: In the wake of typhoon, families in the Monadnock region reaching out to those overseas, but say there's a feeling of helplessness Sylvia Fox of Dublin pages through a photo book her family had made after a trip to the Philippines to visit her family there.
Uninsured, providers urge expanding Medicaid
Uninsured New Hampshire residents and medical providers urged House and Senate panels considering competing plans Tuesday to back expanding Medicaid to cover an estimated 49,000 poor adults.
The Huffington Post
When I Made My Little Brother Give Up Rock Music at Bible Camp
The only time I ever went to public school was my freshman year of high school. My parents had always scraped every penny together to send us kids to conservative Christian schools.