Joe McQuaid - Publisher's Notes
Silly me, I thought writing a story about my summer job a half-century ago on the Mt. Washington Cog Railway was 110 percent of the work. It sure felt like it at times. 0
Heard at the national newspaper columnist association meeting, which was held in Manchester recently: In regards to Obamacare, Republicans want to “repeal and repent.” I would like to... 0
In this era of leaks, leakers, and government efforts to stop them, the issues are in the news. While some people focus on the leaker within the government, others wonder whether the government... 1
THE UNION LEADER is getting into tabloid journalism. 0
Next Monday being the official holiday observance of Memorial Day, the Union Leader won't publish that day, but breaking New Hampshire news will be found at UnionLeader.com, as always. 0
I have been getting an advance look at “Top 10 Things To Do in New Hampshire.” It's way cool, as some kid must have said, somewhere, at some point. The special edition comes out this... 0
Under the heading of things that should go without saying, I present as Exhibit A the beer bottle label in the accompanying photograph. 1
I'm stumped. A lot of what passes for entertainment among the young these days is beyond my ken. 0
"Pending notification of next of kin" is a phrase all too familiar to New Hampshire news media and the public. It is a well-intentioned, no doubt, policy of police and fire officials to protect... 2
Please help me out here. Yesterday was Easter and I heard a news report that Americans were expected to spend a record amount of money on it. 0
Here is something to consider about a trusted local source for news and information in an age in which rumor and outright falsehood from around the globe can land on your digital device in a... 1
Perhaps it is not breaking news, but on the down-low, we seem to have become a nation of cliche and acronym. 0
Twenty-two million Americans would lose insurance over the next decade under the Senate Republican healthcare bill, a nonpartisan congressional off...
A partial ban “is still a ban,” a New Hampshire advocate for immigrants said in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's order Monday allow...
School and city officials are working on a policy to address the public disclosure of crime and public-safety incidents at city schools, following ...
An 80-year-old Georges Mills woman is recovering at home after being jumped by a bobcat in an attack that required 50 to 60 stitches to her face,...
EPPING - Sig Sauer Academy's firing ranges facing Route 101 have been shut down after a state police investigation found that bullets were falling...
A Brentwood man who died in a crash late Monday night likely was suffering from a medical condition related to his diabetes moments before his truck...
The European Commission has hit Google with a record $2.7 billion fine after concluding that the search giant unfairly favored its...
This holiday-ish weekend is all about America. Get your red, white and blue on and go to a concert; the Granite State is filled with music this weekend. Between that and all of the 4th of July...
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Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Monday, 6-9 p.m.,
Tuesday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday, 6 p.m.
Saturday, 7 p.m.