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Off-campus parking in Durham is hard to come by, especially for students who dont qualify as commuters.

New off-campus parking venture aims to solve shortage

Cassandra Chabot, Staff Writer November 15, 2023

Off-campus parking at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) has become increasingly harder to navigate amidst growing demand and a decrease in supply. One case is the old lot across from Stratford Avenue...

The Makers Market on Saturday, Sept. 9 on the patio outside Ceos Gelato on Madbury Rd.

Local Maker’s Market Aims to Promote Sustainability

Aleksandra Bedard, Staff Writer September 18, 2023

DURHAM, NH- Despite the 85-degree heat, a patio at the corner of Madbury Rd was filled with tents for a pop-up maker’s market this past Saturday, Sept. 9. The market, which was the first to be held since...

Letters to the Editor

February 11, 2022
Read our latest Letters to the Editor! Diane Freedman and Professor Emerita bring to light the consequences of removing the Mill Pond Dam and other community members share local stories.
Saying goodbye to a community favorite

Saying goodbye to a community favorite

Cassie Hollasch April 9, 2021
After seven wonderful years, Main Street Makery located on Durham’s Main Street is closing its doors. On March 29, 2021, Shop Owner Sarah Grandy announced the devastating news on the store’s Facebook page and through an email newsletter. The store’s closing date is April 30.
Restaurants explore outdoor accommodation ideas during Covid-19

Restaurants explore outdoor accommodation ideas during Covid-19

Cassie Hollasch December 4, 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases are on the rise in New Hampshire and the cold weather is taking away the option of outdoor seating for local restaurants. A possible solution? Outdoor dining igloos.
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Hop + Grind transitions to curbside-only after COVID-19 case

Cassie Hollasch November 28, 2020
Hop + Grind’s famed Durham location has transitioned to curbside pickup after confirmation of a positive coronavirus (COVID-19) case among staff.
Ciao Italia brings a peaceful and comfortable atmosphere to Durham

Ciao Italia brings a peaceful and comfortable atmosphere to Durham

Evan Edmonds November 12, 2020
With the holiday season approaching and winter break for the University of the Hampshire just over the horizon, students are running out of time to enjoy all that the town of Durham has to offer before returning home. Read staff writer Evan Edmond's review of Ciao Italia!
Durham mural to get makeover from local artists

Durham mural to get makeover from local artists

Hannah Donahue September 25, 2020
After six years of providing a backdrop to countless photo shoots, one of Durham’s popular murals is getting a makeover for a special cause.
New boutique Em & Elle opens in Durham

New boutique Em & Elle opens in Durham

Hannah Donahue August 27, 2020
Em & Elle, a modern and stylish boutique, was welcomed to the Durham business community on Monday as it opened its doors for the first time.

Durham’s Town & Campus feeling pressure from dominant online retailers

Bret Belden March 24, 2016

The Durham community seems to be well aware of the constant turnover of downtown real estate but Town & Campus, a local staple for 56 years, is realizing that a decline in business is due to online...

The Spot opens its 3rd location on the Seacoast

Bret Belden March 21, 2016

With summer quickly approaching, it is apparent that many people are trying to get in better shape to look good on the beach. As it is widely known, maintaining a good exercise routine and healthy diet...

Durham public reacts to traffic changes

Bret Belden September 19, 2014

By Cam Tranchemontagne, Contributing Writer This past summer the town of Durham underwent a very significant change in the downtown area. The section of Main Street between Pettee Brook Lane and Jenkins...

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