Joe McQuaid - Publisher's Notes
A BLACK AMERICAN and an American of Hispanic descent walk into a New Hampshire diner. (Stop me if you've heard this one.) 0
MUCH OF THE political reaction to the arrest of Jeffrey Woodburn last week would once have been considered astonishing but is now the new normal. 0
It's been quiet around here with fewer kids. It gave me time to watch the Ted Williams American Masters TV special on PBS. 0
Our editorial last week regarding President Trump siding with a Russian KGB thug vs. America, and then saying he misspoke, drew varied reactions. Of course, he then reversed course again and said... 0
I went to brain camp last week. Oldest grandson Ike was at his first week-long, away-from-home Boy Scouts Camp, so I figured in solidarity I should do one, too. I think he had more fun. 0
Michael Cohen does not wear Donald Trump neckties. I know this because the first time I met our President, I was also introduced to attorney Cohen. He has been called Trump's “fixer,” but... 0
The Weeks State Park Association was kind enough to invite me to be a part of its summer-long Thursday evening speaker series. 0
Nice job by Canaan Elementary School kids getting the Legislature to proclaim the New Hampshire Red hen as our official state poultry. Why was this lack of an official poultry ever allowed to happen? 0
New Hampshire news and information is our bread and butter, both in print and online. Sufficient revenue matters to sustain that coverage. The Union Leader has been fortunate to come up with some... 0
The Department of Motor Vehicles has a new online program that allows you to see how long you are likely to have to stand in line for a new license at the DMV. This is a horrible idea. 0
A few weeks ago, we came home to a wet basement and a furnace that had given up the ghost. What to do? 0
You may have seen our recent stories about a New Hampshire Marine who fought and died on a South Pacific island in World War II. 0
LITTLETON – Although he's only had it a short time, Bob Montminy has already driven his Sherp to the top of Mount Washington and in the...
The 1940s-constructed buildings are on the city's main street, within the central business district and exude an art deco feel.
A defense contractor expecting to employ as many as 75 people when it opens a manufacturing plant next year at Pease International Tradeport cited...
St. Joseph Hospital has selected John Jurczyk as its new president.