RINDGE — A new, larger state liquor and wine outlet is scheduled to open at Cheshire Marketplace on Tuesday, according to the N.H. Liquor Commission.
RINDGE — Franklin Pierce University's Class of 2022 is thankful. For their classmates, for their educators, and — maybe most importantly — for an in-person commencement.
Thirteen of the 16 Cheshire County residents who will sit on the jury that will determine whether or not Armando Barron is guilty of murder had been selected as of Thursday afternoon, according to a court spokeswoman.
RINDGE — Assumption junior right-hander Jack Choate stole the show on the road on Tuesday night in the first round of the Northeast-10 Conference Championship at Pappas Field. He went the distance on 131 pitches (90 strikes) and piled up…
RINDGE — A small group of high school and college students from across Southern New Hampshire gathered at Franklin Pierce University on Monday, dressed to the nines and ready to welcome the former president of Poland, Lech Walesa, to campus.
As spring will soon round the corner to summer, the end of the school year in the Monadnock Region is looking much as it did in 2019.
RINDGE — Franklin Pierce University honored New Hampshire’s health commissioner, a statewide news collaborative and two students with the Fitzwater Medallion at a ceremony on its Rindge campus Friday evening.
On the afternoon of April 19, 2022, George A. Trahan passed away after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. His family was by his side. George was 78 years old and a loving and loved father, brother and friend to…
Over objections from the doctor at the table, a state Senate panel on Wednesday supported expanding the ability of pharmacists to dispense ivermectin, favored by some as an alternative treatment for COVID-19.
A social media post late last month depicting blood dripping from the scorecard of a state Senate vote is among communications that led some lawmakers to notify the legislative security detail, Sen. Jeb Bradley said Monday.