Friday Jun 14
Nashoba Publishing Online
Two Nashoba Tech students graduate from college -- before high school
Jessica Bates, of Methuen, and Victoria Forbes, of Townsend, graduated from Middlesex Community College on Thursday, May 23, with associate degrees in liberal studies.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
'Student Prince' visits New London playhouse
Sigmund Romberg's 1920s operetta speaks to a still-contemporary climate of socio-political scandals, this one involving a prince who falls for a commoner and has to weigh matters of the heart against stately duty.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Lawrence A. Durocher Jr., 73 of New London, N.H.; published parody editions of Globe, New York Times
When a strike temporarily shut down The New York Times in 1978, former Rolling Stone publisher Lawrence A. Durocher Jr. joined other editors and writers to publish a parody newspaper called "Not The New York Times."
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Loon pairs begin nesting in N.H.
The season's first pair of nesting loons was recorded May 11 on Pleasant Lake in New London, according to The Loon Preservation Committee, an organization that works to restore and maintain the state's loon population.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Loon pairs begin nesting in NH
The Loon Preservation Committee says it recorded the season's first pair of nesting loons on May 11 on Pleasant Lake in New London.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
For Nashoba Tech duo, degrees first, then high-school diplomas
Jessica Bates, left, of Methuen, and Victoria Forbes, of Townsend, show off their diplomas after the Middlesex Community College graduation ceremony at Lowell Memorial Auditorium.
Thu May 30, 2013
My Turn: In New London, a strange situation grows stranger still
Since early April New London has been trying to figure out how its respected longtime police chief, David Seastrand, disappeared into an abrupt retirement after his resignation and relinquishment of police credentials following accusations made by an 18-year-old Colby-Sawyer College student.
Mon May 27, 2013
K-9 rescue group head honored by NH Fish and Game
A woman who dedicated much of her life to serving with the New England K-9 Search and Rescue group has received the New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission's highest honor.