- Letter: Trump trying to hobble Biden administration on his way out
- Letter: May the memories of Christmas past pull us through this year
- Letter: Trump's fixation on himself undermines our democracy
- Letter: Community helps make a Thanksgiving lunch special
- Letter: Thanking the campaign's unsung heroes
- Letter: Program with a unique mission needs support
- Letter: Scouts helped feed the needy in New Hampshire
- Letter: Why move statue of Hannah Duston?
- Letter: Time for a dispassionate assessment of Trump
- Letter: Pandemic is no excuse for inhuman treatment
- Letter: Distant Dome column again taking partisan sides
- Letter: Executive Council plays critical role in restoring N.H. economy
- Letter: Grady was a teacher like no other
- Letter: Supporting veterans when they need us
- Letter: Preserve the good in law enforcement while rooting out the bad
- Letter: People who can repair our planet need support
- Lee: Disappointed in Biden endorsement
- Letter: Why do women have to fight for equal rights?
- Letter: Vision of Trump was too narrow
- Letter: Going to Concord to protect constitutional rights
- Our View: We owe our gratitude to town officials, volunteers
- Letter: Praying for unity, and vigilance, during the next four years
- Letter: What has happened to Republicans?
- Letter: Welcome our veterans home every chance we get
- Letter: Dark forces still rumble beneath the surface
- Letter: Democratic Party's weaknesses are too much to live with
- Letter: What difference will this election make?
- Letter: Ranked-choice voting's defeat was a disappointment
- Letter: Thanks to voters of Salem for their support
- Letter: Choosing which candidate would be least painful
- Letter: Looking at President Trump from both sides
- Letter: Honoring a family's sacrifice and service
- Letter: Mitigate use of plastics for take-out food
- Letter: Davis listens, learns and leads
- Letter: Mirra is a bright spot in our political climate
- Letter: DuFour will fight for small businesses
- Letter: Roe Act would would destroy rights of unborn
- Letter: Eckert will be a passionate advocate for 2nd Essex District
- Letter: Trump's accomplishments cannot be denied
- Letter: Nguyen worked to turn IRS workers' pleas for help into action
- Letter: Messmer will work to protect abortion access
- Letter: Take time to live in the America we all love
- Letter: Vote to end the 'state of veto'
- Letter: Biden knows our anguish and pain
- Letter: St. James works hard for county's citizens
- Letter: An environmental scientist, Messmer has unique policy perspective
- Letter: Remembering a forgotten part of the Merrimack Valley's history
- Letter: Legislatures may be left to decide what conditions are 'pre-existing'
- Letter: Nguyen works effectively on behalf of all her constituents
- Letter: Ranked choice ensures winning candidates have a majority of support
Editor’s Note: John Hancock, third governor of Massachusetts, issued this proclamation of a day of thanksgiving to be observed Dec. 11, 1783. It was issued following the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War, and the observance would roughly coincide with the British evacuation of New York.
Women will gain at least 14 seats in the 117th Congress, setting a new record for female representation.
About a year ago I began to follow my interest in health and fitness on Instagram. Soon I began to see more and more fitness-related accounts, groups, posts and ads. I kept clicking and following, and eventually my Instagram became all about fit people, fitness and motivational material, and…
Running to become the first Catholic president of the United States in 1960, Sen. John F. Kennedy told an audience of wary Protestant ministers that “if the time should come … when my office would require me to violate my conscience or violate the national interest, then I would resign the office.”
The Trump campaign has filed two lawsuits in federal court over ballot counting and voting deadlines in Pennsylvania, threatening to take the election to the U.S. Supreme Court.
CHEERS to education leaders in Mahwah, New Jersey, for their resolve to preserve a childhood institution at risk due to the confluence of a pandemic and technology. That institution is the snow day, of course.