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Leadership change in Bow school district after 17 years
08-30-2023 4:16 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

With an umbrella in hand, Marcy Kelley welcomed students as parents dropped their children off in the parking lot of Bow Elementary School.After the first bell rang, she walked the halls of the building greeting staff and checked in on classrooms to...


Microbrewery could be coming to Bow
08-29-2023 3:26 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

When Dan Thomas and his wife, Kelly moved to Bow two years ago, they felt something was missing in town: a place to eat or drink.Currently, the town’s sole dining option is Chen Yang Li, a Chinese restaurant.To fill the void and with Thomas’ love for...


Beatrice, the famed Vermont emu found in Bow, got loose again and was killed in an accident
08-16-2023 10:36 AM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Beatrice the emu was a runner.This became evident when she escaped from her home at Taft Hill Farm in Townshend, Vt., and after a few months, in September 2015, she arrived in Bow, believed to have traveled more than 80 miles on foot, including...


Bow considers plans for new or renovated community center
08-14-2023 9:10 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

The long-standing vision to modernize Bow’s Community Center, a plan that has spanned more than three decades, is once again gaining momentum with new proposals to build an entirely new center or renovate the current structure.At a recent select...


‘Really, really, really fulfilling’: Former Bow football players honor Nick Ouellette through football camp
08-12-2023 11:12 AM

By ERIC RYNSTON-LOBEL

When Ryan Lover asked his former Bow football teammate Teddy Pfeifle to help him run a football camp last summer, it was a no-brainer.After all, this wasn’t just any ordinary football camp. Named Camp 55, it would serve as a tribute to their friend...


Liquor distribution center expansion topped off in Bow
07-31-2023 7:02 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Trucks pull up at the back of the warehouse, waiting to load up on cases of wine and liquor. As drivers wait for their orders, the shutters to the receiving dock slide open, revealing a massive array of alcoholic beverages ready to be delivered to...


Wetland wars over beavers in two different towns
07-25-2023 5:55 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Tucked away at the end of a dirt road in Hopkinton is a sprawling expanse of wetlands, cocooned by towering pine trees and the sound of croaking frogs, offering a sense that the area has never been touched by human hands.However, not too long ago, the...


Opinion: Social security is not going broke
07-25-2023 11:57 AM

By CHRISTINA FITZPATRICK

Christina FitzPatrick of Bow is the state director of AARP New Hampshire. For more information, visit aarp.org/socialsecurity. Let’s set the record straight and bust the myth that Social Security is going broke.Here are the facts: Social Security will...


Bow works with NHDES to resolve beaver dam issue
07-11-2023 6:58 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Almost a year has passed since the removal of a beaver dam in Bow, and efforts to restore the drained pond are still ongoing, including a recent meeting between the town and state Department of Environmental Services.Concerned abutters from Page Road,...


Extra power was needed to keep the regional’s electricity grid going for a half hour on Wednesday
07-06-2023 4:02 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

Brutal heat combined with a sudden shortfall in imported electricity caused the operators of New England’s power grid to fire up extra generators for a half hour on Wednesday.The shortfall in electricity production versus demand, known as a capacity...


Bow forms Community Power Committee
06-30-2023 5:24 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Bow is moving to join several other towns that have embraced the community power program in an attempt to help residents reduce electricity expenses while granting the town increased control over its electricity supply and renewable energy...


Hopkinton joins Bow and New London in exploring compost options
06-27-2023 4:30 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Following the lead of Bow and New London, Hopkinton is exploring alternatives to sending food waste to the landfill while joining other communities in its commitment to environmental responsibility.Bonnie Christie, co-chair of the Hopkinton Waste...


Bow select board explores options to improve water quality and supply 
06-22-2023 6:47 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Despite more than three decades of efforts, the northern section of Bow continues to struggle with long-standing challenges with its public water supply. Efforts to remedy the issue continue, as town engineers presented a project at a recent select...


About to launch a composting program for residents, Bow looks to Lebanon for inspiration
06-21-2023 3:05 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Sherri Cheney was awed by the sight of towering mounds of food scraps mixed with ground-up wood chips from demolition debris, reaching a height of at least 7 feet at Lebanon's Transfer Station. These piles of waste were being converted into...


Opinion: Older Granite Staters deserve better customer service from the Social Security Administration
06-21-2023 7:00 AM

By CHRISTINA FITZPATRICK

Christina FitzPatrick of Bow is AARP NH State Director. Most of us have experienced long hold times or dropped calls when trying to get through to a customer service agent. You may have even received incorrect information the first time you called and...


Opinion: It’s time for NH to join the ranks of states using an election portal
06-15-2023 5:00 AM

By ANGELA BRENNAN

Angela Brennan is a NH State Representative for Bow and Hopkinton. She sits on the House Election Law committee. Last week, the New Hampshire House passed SB 70, a bill authorizing the Secretary of State to modernize voter application processes...


Activists celebrate the potential closing of coal-burning Merrimack Station power plant 
06-13-2023 6:43 PM

By NINA MOSKE 

Clad in white Tyvek suits, a group of climate activists danced the macarena outside the gates of Merrimack Station to celebrate what they hope will be the end of the last coal-fired power plant in New England. The activists showed wishful thinking on...


As Bow seniors graduate, one classmate remembered 
06-09-2023 12:55 PM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

It wasn’t Norah Garland’s first time at Bow High School graduation. But instead of joining the band as she’s done in years past, she traded her flute and piccolo for a cap and gown.In many ways, the Falcons’ graduation resembled the joyous culmination...


Police find a woman’s body on I-89 in Hopkinton; Now, they need help.
06-06-2023 8:28 AM

By RAY DUCKLER

New Hampshire State Police, acting on a tip at 12:15 a.m. Monday morning that a woman lay motionless on the shoulder of Interstate-89 North in Hopkinton, discovered that the woman was dead.The police released little information Monday and need the...


Bow man charged with possession of child sexual abuse images
06-05-2023 4:44 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

An eight-month investigation by the Concord Police Department’s Computer Crimes Unit led to an arrest on Monday when a 41-year-old man from Bow turned himself in to face charges related to possession of child sexual abuse.Justin Spaulding was charged...

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