MANCHESTER — For the fourth year in a row, there will be no increase in tuition at the state’s seven community colleges including White Mountains Community College headquartered in Berlin. Read more

As the Peterborough Players present “Our Town” outdoors in downtown Peterborough Aug. 4 through 15, Howard Sherman, author of “Another Day’s Begun: Thornton Wilder’s Our Town in the 21st Centu… Read more

It’s been a little more than a month since the N.H. Department of Health and Human Services released COVID-19 vaccination rates by town. Although local municipalities requested town-level rate… Read more

Gov. Chris Sununu signed three animal protection bills into law on Wednesday during a ceremony at the Salem Animal Rescue League, a nonprofit no-kill shelter, with lawmakers and advocates in a… Read more

In addition to dozens of service calls due to flooding across the Monadnock Region, dispatchers at Southwestern N.H. District Fire Mutual Aid in Keene handled requests for medical aid and fire… Read more

The Monadnock Region was hit hard again Thursday night by flooding, with as much as nearly 5 inches of rain accumulating in some communities. Read more

A voluntary recall has been issued for one of Price Chopper’s brands of coleslaw and several prepared seafood items due to the potential presence of plastic and metal fragments in the products… Read more

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JAFFREY — For two decades, members of the Jaffrey community have worked to reopen a historic downtown theater that had been closed for nearly half a century. Next week, the years of effort wil… Read more

A solar array proposed for Airport Road in Swanzey that would provide power to Keene’s wastewater treatment plant would have 16 strings of modules, according to Steve Dzubak of ReVision Energy… Read more

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BRATTLEBORO — A new police chief takes the helm in Brattleboro this week, the first time a Black woman will lead the department. Read more

When Xiante Dahabi lived out of her car in Concord, voting in elections was the last thing on her mind. To start, she didn’t know where to go or how to register. But most importantly, she was … Read more

Dispatchers at Southwestern N.H. District Fire Mutual Aid in Keene handled requests for medical aid and fire calls Friday through Sunday, July 23-25, including the following: Read more

CLAREMONT — The horn of Amtrak’s Vermonter blared for the first time in 16 months as the passenger train pulled into the Claremont station, marking what many New Hampshire and Vermont resident… Read more

The recent effort to investigate a nearly 400-vote discrepancy in Windham’s 2020 election results is poised to cost the state at least $123,000. But it’s not entirely clear how those and other… Read more

For Aimee Mullahy of Antrim, farmers markets provide a vital aspect of small-town life. And with some of the herbs and vegetables she’s growing with her family at their Prospect Street “mini-f… Read more

In addition to numerous calls for downed trees and wires during Tuesday’s storm, dispatchers at Southwestern N.H. District Fire Mutual Aid in Keene handled requests for medical aid and fire ca… Read more