Joe McQuaid - Publisher's Notes
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
One of the questions I get asked most about running the newsroom is how we handle breaking news, especially when there are conflicting reports about what really happened. 0
THE FAMILY has been considering a sea cruise. I was all for it, figuring that with the continued spring-like weather we have been having, now would be the time for the Caribbean. 0
Every reader of our newspaper — and nowadays our websites — has his or her own interests, tastes, likes and dislikes. I'm no different. I read some stories and want to know more. I read... 0
John Kasich dropped by the Union Leader offices last week. Colleagues either (a) wanted to be photographed with him or (b) sign up for his campaign or (c) asked me if he had told me if he's running. 0
If you didn't notice anything different about today's front page, we are doing something wrong. 0
We welcomed members of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the newly-renovated Union Leader offices at 100 William Loeb Drive recently. 0
The 50th anniversary of a particular New Hampshire Presidential Primary doesn't mean that our first-in-the-nation primary is 50 years old. It's all in how you construct your sentences. 0
My Aunt Phyllis is an extraordinary woman. She lives near St. Paul in her home state of Minnesota. She has been a school board member, the mayor, and a state senator (until one of a powerful... 0
Michael Lewis, the town’s former police chief, has been indicted for theft, sexual assault and simple assault by a Grafton County grand jury.
New Hampshire Fish and Game officials are asking a 79-year-old man suffering from cancer to leave his home in Greenland, but his attorney is hoping a...
Police Chief Nick Willard announced Tuesday he is immediately suspending the long-held practice of "chief days," a paid day off used to recognize a...
Refugees from more than 30 nations make the Granite State their home. As of 2016, the total of 93,691 people in New Hampshire, or 7.3 percent of the...
The Summer Solstice is finally here! Sound the trumpets because there is plenty of music to be found in the Granite State this weekend. No matter your music taste, you are bound to find it here this...
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