Using 10 years of the state’s own data, a team of independent analysts, hired by the Commission to Study School Funding, has stacked up the evidence to prove “something that a lot of us may have felt for a long time,
The Bow boys’ soccer team has been to three straight Division II semifinals and given up just two goals in those three games – but somehow the Falcons are 0-3 in those semifinals.After scoreless regulation,
Ray Duckler recently wrote a disturbing column in the Monitor about Pittsfield, one of New Hampshire’s property-poor towns, struggling to provide an adequate education for their kids (Monitor front page,
They had to wear masks when they weren’t on the course, they couldn’t touch the flagsticks when they were on the greens and they had to keep socially distant at all times. But that was a small price to pay for the student-athletes from Concord,
Brian Campbell and Matt Diamond were looking for a place to store campers for their business, but are ending up establishing a campground in Hartford. Five Diamonds Campground is expected to open in October,
Tuesday is the first day of school for the Concord School District, but it will look a little different this year. Instead of hopping on the school bus, most students across the district will be logging online to start the school year remotely
Stefne Ricci took a piece of Pittsfield Listens with her to the State House last year, reminding senators that funding for education in New Hampshire, especially in her hometown, remained a horrible failure.