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Dublin Educational Advisory Committee gathering input at ice cream social, public forum
05-23-2024 12:04 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

The Dublin Education Advisory Committee (DEAC) has set its plans to get input on education in Dublin from the community, which they decided is necessary before writing a letter or making a presentation to the ConVal Feasibility Study Committee.The...

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New Hampshire Ball Bearings construction project on schedule
05-23-2024 12:01 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

Two months after installation of a new permeable reactive barrier (PRB) wall at the Peterborough South Municipal Water Supply Well Superfund site began, New Hampshire Ball Bearings (NHBB) Marketing Manager Robyn Nattila said the project is on schedule...


Kathleen’s Place developer proposes additional parking area
05-23-2024 11:33 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

On Tuesday, the Rindge Planning Board viewed the proposed site of 17 new parking spaces to expand guest and customer parking for the Kathleen’s Place development on Route 119.The development is mixed use, with residential condominiums in the front and...


Hancock Select Board says no to Hancock Inn paving offer
05-23-2024 11:31 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

The Hancock Select Board has decided not to accept the Hancock Inn’s offer to pave about 80 feet of Tombstone Territory, the short street between the inn and the Hancock Town Library that leads to Norway Plain Cemetery.While the board appreciated the...


Dublin Waste Reduction and Recycling Committee members meet with Select Board after PAYT failure
05-23-2024 11:01 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

After several weeks of inactivity, the Dublin Waste Reduction and Recycling Committee (WRRC) is hoping to touch base with new Transfer Station Director John McManus to determine how involved the committee should be in transfer station administration...


HOUSE AND HOME: Sheila and Bill Nichols took the do-it-yourself approach for their retirement home
05-23-2024 10:47 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

“A lot of people will tell you they built their house themselves,” said Sheila Nichols of Greenfield as she led of tour of her home at the base of Crotched Mountain Road. “But we really did build this house ourselves. We sawed every board, and we...


Top Wilton police officers get raises
05-23-2024 8:30 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

The Wilton Select Board authorized a pay rate increase for senior officers of the Wilton Police Department Monday evening. Previously, senior officers received an additional $3 an hour on top of their salary, which has been increased to $6 an hour...


Grange recognizes town’s top citizens
05-21-2024 12:07 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

The Antrim Grange recognized residents James Panico, Patrick Cogan, Ray Sweeney and Sue and John Conklin at its annual community awards ceremony Wednesday at Antrim Town Hall.The Conklins received the Community Citizens of the Year Award for their...


New Ipswich Planning Board allows up to 29 lots for proposed subdivision
05-21-2024 12:05 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The New Ipswich Planning Board approved – though not in a unanimous vote – a plan that will allow a total of 29 lots on a proposed cluster subdivision on the corner of Appleton and Maki roads.According to New Ipswich’s code, before the board can...


PHOTOS: Reeling in the big ones at New Ipswich fishing derby
05-21-2024 12:04 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Despite a rainy ending, dozens of children attended the New Ipswich Recreation Department’s annual fishing derby at Cemetery Pond on Saturday.With the freshly stocked pond, children were reeling in trout all morning, with several awarded prizes,...


PHOTOS” Tour de Francestown supports Old Meetinghouse
05-21-2024 12:03 PM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

The annual Tour de Francestown bike race rolled through Francestown on Saturday, with about 80 bikers taking part. The annual event is a fundraiser for Francestown’s Old Meetinghouse and supports community events, including the summer Sunday afternoon...


Vehicle rolls over on Route 31 in Greenfield
05-20-2024 3:18 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

The juvenile operator of a Jeep that overturned on Route 31 in Greenfield Thursday evening was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital for evaluation of minor injuries sustained during the crash, according to the Antrim Police Department, who...


PHOTOS: New Ipswich marks Memorial Day
05-20-2024 11:21 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

On Sunday, New Ipswich celebrated Memorial Day with both morning and afternoon services.During the morning ceremony, the parade included a float pulled by a tractor, with veterans handing out American flags; the 5th Volunteer Company regiment; and the...


Reality Check receives approval to move into Redeeming Grace Church
05-18-2024 1:00 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The Jaffrey Planning Board approved plans for a new location for Reality Check, a Jaffrey-based addiction recovery resource center, which will allow the nonprofit to move into the former Redeeming Grace church on Stratton Road.Mary Drew, founder and...


Resident, officials get into dispute
05-17-2024 12:03 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

Interactions at the Dublin transfer station between the facility’s new director John McManus and resident Steve Baldwin, which brought Baldwin in front of the town’s select board last Monday evening, ended in multiple police reports being filed after...


Peterborough voters approve funds for fire and rescue station
05-17-2024 7:32 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

Peterborough voters approved $11.7 million to fund the new fire and rescue station adjacent to the Peterborough Community Center, at the corner of Elm Street and Route 101, by a landslide at the open session of Town Meeting Wednesday night.According...


BUSINESS: Christine Eber opens The 603 Nail Salon in Jaffrey
05-16-2024 12:01 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

After a late-in-life career change, Christine Eber is spreading her wings with the opening of her first business – The 603 Nail Salon in Jaffrey.“I’m so scared, but I’m excited – half terrified, half thrilled. I just want to thrive and meet fun...


Participants get their displays ready for Children and the Arts in Peterborough
05-15-2024 12:09 PM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

Around the region, hundreds of  volunteers, including teachers, artists, children and parents, are getting ready for Peterborough’s Children in the Arts Festival. The festival starts in downtown Peterborough at 9 a.m. Saturday, with the grand parade...


Renovation work set to take the next step
05-14-2024 12:04 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

Mason has begun work on the third initial phase of its ongoing Town Hall renovation project, which when complete will ensure the structural integrity of the building and allow the town to reopen it for use – possibly by the end of the year – as it...


New Ipswich ZBA approves short-term rental cabins at Old Homestead Farm
05-14-2024 12:01 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Old Homestead Farm has received a variance for owners Chelsea and Ben Hatcher to build five short-term rental cabins on their 160-acre farm, mainly to supplement their event venue.On Thursday, the Hatchers appeared before the Zoning Board for a public...


FPU Ravens fly after 59th Commencement celebrations
05-13-2024 3:29 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Franklin Pierce University celebrated the closing of its 59th year on Saturday, conferring degrees on 442 graduate and undergraduate students who have completed their education.It was not always an easy journey, University President Kim Mooney...

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