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Voters in many towns prepare to conduct their towns' business affairs in annual Town Meeting action Tuesday, March 11.READER COMMENTS: 0
Manchester school board to discuss proposed changes to head lice policy Monday night.READER COMMENTS: 0
On Saturdays, first-graders who take math classes at the School of Russian Language in Nashua delve into geometry and learn how to measure the perimeters of polygons, compare mass and volume, and...READER COMMENTS: 0
Interim principal Marianne Busteed is hoping to become Nashua High North’s next top administrator, and on Monday night the Board of Education will vote on a recommendation to hire her as the...READER COMMENTS: 21
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England said it is using private donations - not government funds - to pay for a series of sexual education videos. One discussing bondage and sadomasochism is...READER COMMENTS: 0
HANOVER - For the second time in five weeks, students, staff and faculty at Dartmouth College are mourning the sudden death of a member of the college's junior class..READER COMMENTS: 0
Anything can happen when you build a robot that's supposed to score a ball in a goal. A rookie team from Fall Mountain Regional High School in Landgon found that out on the second day of the District...READER COMMENTS: 0
Any concern that voters in the Gorham Randolph Sherburne (GRS) Cooperative School District might not support the GRS school board's proposed plan for an unexpected $540,000 in revenue from the state...
Try these techniques in using a daily newspaper in the classroom.READER COMMENTS: 0
When the Claver family moves to rural Rhode Island to escape the escalating dangers of their big-city neighborhood, 10-year-old twins Kelly and James look forward to exploring their surroundings.READER COMMENTS: 0
To help celebrate Constitution Day, eight newspapers and the New Hampshire Supreme Court have sponsored an annual "Constitution Day Essay Contest" for grades 5-12 on a topic related to our...
The New Hampshire Union Leader is pleased to present the preliminary competition for the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord.READER COMMENTS: 0
With Fidelity Investments as our partner, we offer students the opportunity to invest an imaginary $100,000 into the stock market.READER COMMENTS: 0
Heading out for vacation? You can donate the value of your newspapers to education while you’re away! Don’t just stop your newspapers when you can help promote literacy and learning...READER COMMENTS: 0
Here are several newspaper writing activities, along with the learning standard that each addresses. Encourage students to write regularly in journals.