Joe McQuaid - Publisher's Notes
The crickets have been chirping outside my bedroom window. In one of my brief stints at university, I wrote a poem for English class about August nights that included the line, “Sound of... 0
A friend and mentor to me and hundreds of boys and young men in the White Mountains a half-century and more ago died in the spring. 0
Went to see the “Dunkirk” movie. It is well done. Good acting, great camera work. See it, if you can, in the IMAX version. You might also want to read up on what happened at Dunkirk,... 0
Listening to the Red Sox on the radio while dozing off to sleep used to be a classic summer-night thing to do. It still is, although first you have to find the game on the radio and then you have to... 0
Pat Buchanan is one of the most interesting and entertaining writers I know. His newest book is “Nixon's White House Wars” from Crown Forum. It could more accurately be titled... 0
Last week, on the 4th of July in fact, we disabled the “comment'' feature at www.UnionLeader.com. Someone sent an email claiming this was “unlawful'' and unpatriotic. 0
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... 0
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
Hope Hicks, one of President Donald Trump's most loyal and longest-serving aides, is taking on one of the most thankless jobs in politics: serving as...
Vice President Mike Pence is cutting short his Latin America trip by one day to return to Washington for a strategy meeting Friday at Camp David with...
President Donald Trump hit back on Tuesday at business leaders who quit a presidential advisory panel in protest over his response to a rally by...
Semiconductor company Allegro MicroSystems plans to add 30 to 40 jobs at its Manchester operation if the city approves a proposed three-story...
There are only a couple more weeks until school is back in session. Enjoy the last whispers of summer with fairs and festivals for all ages. This practically festival season. Naturally, we found it...
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