• By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    COCA-COLA'S HEALTHIER DRINKS HELP SALES AND PROFIT TOP ESTIMATES

    Coca-Cola Co. posted sales and profit that beat estimates as the company got a boost from its lower sugar beverages, like waters and...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    NEPALESE MAN SAYS HE WAS KICKED OUT OF COLBY-SAWYER OVER MISUNDERSTANDING ABOUT GUN CONVERSATION

    A Colby-Sawyer student from Nepal said he was kicked out of the liberal arts college after he was charged with criminal threatening....

    Art
  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. PRODUCTION CENTER IN LONDONDERRY TO SEE IMPROVEMENTS

    Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Northern New England plans to invest 4.5 million in its Londonderry production center and cease manufacturing...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    ACCUSED PEDOPHILE IS FACING MORE CHARGES

    A man already facing 17 felony charges of molesting two children has had new charges brought against him after a third victim was identified.

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    CITY ARTS NASHUA OFFERS TO BE FISCAL AGENT FOR NASHUA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER FUNDRAISING EFFORTS

    City Arts Nashua has offered to serve as the fiscal agent for the downtown performing arts center fundraising project until an official...

    Art
  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    BOTH SIDES CHALLENGE ORDER IN GORHAM ATV TRAILHEAD LAWSUIT

    The town of Gorham and the 13 residents who sued it and the state to close an ATV gateway on Route 2 are appealing a recent order handed...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    EXETER'S FRIARS MAKE THEIR MARK

    When Sam Lopes was the head women's soccer coach at the University of New Hampshire, he tried to recruit Exeter High's Katie Day and...

    Soccer
  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    POLICE CONTINUE TO INVESTIGATE ANTI-SEMITIC GRAFFITI AT MANCHESTER PARK

    Manchester police said they continue to actively investigate the spray painting of two swastikas in a North End neighborhood, while...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    HOGAN FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY

    To the Editor: Changes have been hitting law enforcement, including prosecution, hard and fast.

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    PAPPAS' TIPPING POINT

    To the Editor: Chris Pappas betting Romney was right

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    RECORDS OF DEAD DRUG COURT COUNSELOR SOUGHT

    A counselor associated with a Nashua drug court program botched a client's treatment, supposedly took drugs with participants in the...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    RED SOX WERE FINE: MOOKIE BETTS WAS FINER

    How about them Red Sox!

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    PAPPAS FOR HEALTH

    To the Editor: Congressional candidate Chris Pappas will work to ensure quality, affordable healthcare coverage for all Americans....

    Health
  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    GE REVEALS DEEPER REGULATORY PROBE, RESTRUCTURING, AND CUTS DIVIDEND

    General Electric Co. slashed its dividend on Tuesday, said it faces a deepening federal accounting probe and vowed to restructure its...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    PRE-ENROLLMENT GOING ON FOR NOV. 10 HAM RADIO CLASS IN CITY

    Pre-enrollment is required for an introduction to ham radio set for Nov. 10.

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    OUR GOURMET: UPDATES ADD TO MANCHESTER RESTAURANT'S APPEAL

    CJ's Great West Grill got quite a bit of media attention when it reopened earlier this month after a makeover that involved a new exterior,...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    HE'S NO SQUISH

    To the Editor: Normally, I pay more attention to a catheter commercial than to anything Kathy Sullivan might write.

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    UNFIT FOR CHILDREN: WHO ARE YOU SLEEPING WITH, KIDS?

    Lebanon's school board chairman assures our news correspondent that his district followed protocol in giving a transgender sexual relations...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    GARRISON KEILLOR: AN OLD DANCER AMONG THE YOUNG

    I WENT TO a fundraiser for my daughter's school Saturday and wandered out in search of relief and found myself trapped on the dance...

  • By Union Leader   -   Oct 31, 2018

    PAT BUCHANAN: ARE WE IN WORSE TIMES THAN 1968?

    SATURDAY, IN Pittsburgh, a Sabbath celebration at the Tree of Life synagogue became the site of the largest mass murder of Jews in...

    U.S.