Wilton: Disputed cabin can stay — for now

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

WILTON — A prefabricated fishing cabin on Isaac Frye Highway can stay, says the Zoning Board, after a ruling earlier this month that the cabin, which has been a source of dispute in town since 2012, is an allowed use. On July 30, 2012, Building Inspector John Shepardson issued a letter to NTV LLC. and its primary owner Sebastian Valente, … 0

Rindge: Call for grocery store boycott

Monday, July 21, 2014

RINDGE — Employees of Market Basket in Rindge gathered in front of the store’s entrance Monday night holding signs asking customers to boycott the store. … 0

Jaffrey: Atlas takes heat in Mass.

Monday, July 21, 2014

As Atlas PyroVision of Jaffrey prepares for the Monadnock Festival of Fireworks at the Cheshire Fairgrounds in Keene on Aug. 16, an event that’s being … 0

Business Extra: On entering the workforce

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Transitioning from the daily life of a student to the workplace can often be quite daunting and intimidating for new graduates. The excitement of finally graduating, the emotions of leaving friends and family, and starting to stake your claim in the world is exhilarating and overwhelming at the … 0

PETERBOROUGH: They’re taking the next step

Monday, June 30, 2014

PETERBOROUGH — A clam shack and ice cream place. A restaurant and bar. A printing and mailing operation. A consignment store. These are some of the businesses 206 Concord St. has housed over the years. Now, the building … 0

Peterborough: Off to market

Monday, June 30, 2014

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Dublin: State says no pesticide violations at the golf club

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

After being the subject of an informal review by the Division of Pesticide Control in the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, the Dublin Golf Club has been cleared. Department officials say no violations in the use of pesticides have been found. Pesticide inspectors and David Rousseau, director of … 0

Peterborough/Sharon: School merger possible

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Southern New Hampshire University and the New Hampshire Institute of Art have opened preliminary talks about a possible merger, a step that could have implications for the Sharon Arts Center, which itself merged with the Manchester-based NHIA back in 2012. According to a memo that SNHU President Paul … 0

Jaffrey/peterborough: What makes a good leader?

Monday, June 23, 2014

When Val Zanchuk bought the metal parts manufacturing business Graphicast in Jaffrey 13 years ago, making parts wasn’t his specialty. But he’d had plenty of experience in running a business and leading people in a much bigger company. … 0

Jaffrey: Volunteer help wanted: Swap Shop coordinator

Friday, June 20, 2014

The Jaffrey Chamber of Commerce oversees the operation of the Swap Shop, located at the Recycling Center, and ensures that volunteers are available to staff the shop during open hours. The Swap Shop allows Jaffrey residents a place to bring unwanted items for the taking by those who … 0

Jaffrey: Antique appraisal event set for July 19

Friday, June 20, 2014

The Melamine Cup — Mid Century Modern & More in Jaffrey will host its 2nd Annual Antique Appraisal Day on July 19, from 1 to 4 p.m. John Bruno from the PBS television show Market Warriors will be the guest appraiser on site for the day. Bruno is … 0

Taking heart in community

Monday, June 16, 2014

When you think of nonprofits, the words caring, concern, fundraising and volunteers come to mind. They may not all have big budgets, but nonprofits make up a significant portion of our economy, employing, supporting, and caring for people, … 0

Nelson: Apple Hill takes on online fundraising

Friday, June 13, 2014

Apple Hill has signed on to an innovative fundraising program. It’s called Amazon Smile and enables Amazon shoppers to designate Apple Hill as the nonprofit organization to receive ½ percent of every purchase they make. To enroll, see “It’s an easy way to help Apple Hill fulfill … 0