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Brady Sullivan Properties supports Solinsky Center for Cancer Care

MANCHESTER – On Sept. 9, the newly opened Solinsky Center for Cancer Care at The Elliot was presented with a $100,000 donation from Brady Sullivan Properties to further state-of-the-art cancer care and treatment in the community. Arthur Sullivan, co-owner, with Shane Brady of Brady Sullivan ...

Area gym owner tries to survive pandemic

NASHUA – For fitness trainer and RebelFit New Hampshire gym owner Sean Clark, navigating the waters of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the heaviest of weights. Located at 360 Amherst St., RebelFit NH which began in 2013, offers group classes, specializing in high intensity integral ...

Water use restriction: Not all are following rules

MILFORD – “We’re finding that compliance isn’t quite being followed the way we would like,” director of water utilities Kevin Stetson said, of the town of Milford’s use of outdoor water during the current water ban, which was issued on June 20, 2020. Based on data gathered on ...

Wolf Cove Inn an oasis of calm in Maine

We travel between two shifts of dark storm clouds as we make it over the border to Maine. With thunder in the distance, we curve around Denmark and cross over the bridges of Naples. Rainbows appear, and with sprinkling rain, it feels like an adventure. Small ponds dot the landscape as we ...

In a year of restrictions, virus changes Sept. 11, too

NEW YORK (AP) — In a year when the coronavirus pandemic has reshaped countless American rituals, even the commemoration of 9/11 could not escape unchanged. The 19th anniversary of the terror attacks will be marked by dueling ceremonies at the Sept. 11 memorial plaza and a corner near the ...

Donchess test positive for coronavirus

NASHUA – Members of the Board of Aldermen took turns at Wednesday night’s meeting wishing Mayor Jim Donchess a speedy recovery, after he announced during his regular COVID-19 update that he is one of three City Hall employees who have tested positive for the virus. “So far, it’s much ...

Report: N.H.’s school funding system fails students and taxpayers

CONCORD — The state’s current system is inequitable for both students and taxpayers, according to a recent report discussed Thursday by the New Hampshire Commission to Study School Funding. The report by the American Institutes for Research found what many proponents of changing the ...

Many millions more for virtual charter school, businesses, healthcare: Sununu

CONCORD – Gov. Chris Sununu announced that the federal $300 a week unemployment fund since Aug. 1 is “effectively tapped out” impacting more than 42,000 residents. At his news conference Thursday, Sununu urged Congress to “do its job” and provide for more funding for the unemployed, ...

Shaheen releases statement on 9/11 anniversary

U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) issued the following statement ahead of the 19th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks. “On Sept. 11, 2001, I was Governor of New Hampshire and was in Washington, DC attending a conference with other governors from across the country. I’ll ...

Hassan releases statement ahead of 9/11 anniversary

WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan released the following statement ahead of the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. “While we will not be able to come together in person this year in the same ways that we so often do, we must take this time to remember those ...

Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire endorse Pappas

MANCHESTER – On Thursday, the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire endorsed Congressman Chris Pappas's re-election campaign. The Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire represents fire fighters across the state who put their lives at risk every day to make us safer and who serve on ...

Fierce battles ahead to Nov. 3 general election

CONCORD — The 2020 state primary held under the veil of a worldwide pandemic is history except for the recounts. Let the games begin. For the next two months, Democrats and Republicans will battle everywhere, from the White House to the New Hampshire House, and it will be fierce as both ...

AG election hotline complaints include mask, gun, absentee ballot issues

The Attorney General’s Election Hotline received approximately 125 calls and emails during the Primary Election Day with more than 110 issues raised. The vast majority of issues were resolved on Tuesday by working directly with local election officials or voters, according to a news release ...

Gardner looks to November and future elections

CONCORD – Allowing for absentee voting while still offering a chance to vote at the polls is preferred by the Secretary of State to keep New Hampshire’s voter turnout among the nation’s highest. Secretary of State Bill Gardner said he does not favor closing polling locations and going ...

Trump raises $210 million, robust but well short of Biden

NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump and his Republican Party jointly raised $210 million in August, a robust sum but one dwarfed by the record $364.5 million raised by Democrats and their nominee, Joe Biden. Trump's campaign released its figure Wednesday, several days later than usual ...

Mayor Jim Donchess has tested positive for COVID-19 virus

NASHUA – Mayor Jim Donchess is among a handful of City Hall employees who have tested positive for COVID-19, according to sources. Donchess apparently contracted the virus after having contact with a family member of a City Hall employee. Upon learning of the results of a test last week ...