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Greenfield: Woman making a donation loses ring

GREENFIELD — A local woman donated more than she expected to the American Legion last week. Wayne and Dee Thomas of Peterborough were manning a donation can at the Harvester Market to raise money for the American Legion Peterborough Post No. 5 Poppy Program, which both helps employ … 0

New Ipswich: Off to market, once again

With Beth Dunn-Somero at the helm, the New Ipswich Farmers Market will be back in action this summer. Dunn-Somero’s passion for local food has been without an outlet since the town’s market closed. But with the plethora of … 0

Francestown: Part-time chief the preferred option

Keep the Police Department in town and small, about a hundred residents told Francestown officials. Selectmen held a forum on town policing issues, including whether the town should keep its current coverage and costs, seek out a regionalization … 0

Jaffrey: Parish offers religious classes

St. Patrick Parish will continue to use St. Patrick School for events and religious education classes, while the town digs deeper into whether the school building is a viable option for a new town office. The parish recently announced it will be offering religious education classes at the … 0

Jaffrey: Property revaluation nearing completion

The five-year revaluation cycle for Jaffrey is expected to be completes by September. On average, properties in New Hampshire are overvalued by 14 percent as of April 1, 2014, according to Town Manager David Caron, meaning many properties could see a reduction in their valuations. “If this data … 0

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