The guy in back of me at the supermarket noticed the Valentine's Day cards I was buying last week.
OUR NEW GOVERNOR last week did one of the things new governors are supposed to do.
Well, Groundhog's Day is over. The news was grim. And even had Punxy Phil not seen his shadow last Thursday (he did), the bigger news was that Donald J. Trump saw his hair. As a result, we are in for...
If you need a pick-me-up as another New Hampshire January melts (or freezes) into February, take a look at our 40 Under Forty publication included with today's newspaper.
Here is one for the folks who from time to time write in to let us know that our late publisher is rolling over in his grave because of some political position the Union Leader has taken. Most...
Number Two Grandson, Mike, is a very good reader for his age. Actually, he would be good for any age and there are times when I wish he would work a few shifts on the copy desk. Older readers are...
“What does it mean?'' asked a colleague last week when we announced that my son, Brendan, is taking over from me as president of Union Leader Corp., while I retain the publisher's title.
New Hampshire got quite a Christmas present last week. Dean Kamen announced, from the White House, the formation of an “ARMI” that may one day defeat some of mankind's toughest health...
Merry Christmas! It is still a few days away, but I like to say it and to see the words on paper.
Christmas is in two weeks — short ones if you are an adult, much longer if you are a child awaiting, well, Christmas.
Winter break for New Hampshire students begins this weekend so there will be plenty of family-centered activities at the ski areas, local libraries, and attractions throughout the state. Take some...
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