Peterborough: Marrone brings an artistic touch to UCC community

PETERBOROUGH — Many Americans no longer view church as the heart of a community, says the Rev. Robert Marrone of the United Congregational Church. And that’s something he’s hoping to change. “[But] I actually believe the church is … 0

JAffrey/Rindge: Center needs new pickup

With summer winding down and winter on its way, Toah Nipi Retreat and Training Center in Rindge is asking for the community to come together to help replace their pick up truck that was stolen and totaled about … 0

Peterborough: Outage affects MCH patients

PETERBOROUGH — Three day’s worth of surgeries, inpatient procedures, and diagnostic testing appointments at Monadnock Community Hospital were canceled after a computer upgrade failure Sunday knocked out the hospital’s network. As of press time Wednesday, the hospital’s computer network was still not fully operational and no patients were … 0

Mason: Lighting ordinance heads to TM ballot

MASON — A new outdoor lighting ordinance will likely be on the ballot in March, after a draft was approved by the Planning Board on Wednesday. The ordinance was first considered, along with ordinances regarding blasting and noise, when the prospect of a compressor station to move gas … 0

Francestown: New administrator looks ahead to challenges

Starting next week, Jamie Pike will be taking the position as Francestown’s new town administrator. Pike will be moving from his current job as administrative assistant in Chichester, where he has worked for the past eight years. Before … 0