Business

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

Keene: Free workshop on workplace violence

Friday, June 13, 2014

Blue-U Corporate Defense will be conducting a free Active Shooter/Workplace Violence Workshop on July 15, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Samson Manufacturing located at 4 Forge St. in Keene. The workshop is being offered to corporate executives, school administrators, director-level security professionals and others responsible for decision-making … 0

Peterborough: Peterson is Distinguished Professor at Plymouth

Friday, June 13, 2014

Professor of English Meg Petersen has been named the Stevens-Bristow Distinguished Professor at Plymouth State University. Alumni Wallace R. Stevens and Meredith Bristow Stevens, class of 1962, established the endowed professorship in 2007 to celebrate and recognize extraordinary … 0

New Ipswich: ‘Welcome to Granite Valley’

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Matthew Guruge and Tyler Hurst of New Ipswich are small town, childhood friends with big dreams. Although they just graduated from college, the 22-year-old business partners aren’t new to the working world. Guruge, who sees himself as the … 0

Peterborough: Fresh Chicks grand opening

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

The Fresh Chicks Outdoor Marketplace will be celebrating the grand opening of its summer season on Monday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. New vendors will be joining the 30 weekly vendors. There will be ice cream, smoothies, rhubarb lemonade and live music. The market hosts a variety … 0

New Ipswich: ‘Welcome to Granite Valley’

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Matthew Guruge and Tyler Hurst of New Ipswich are small town, childhood friends with big dreams. Although they just graduated from college, the 22-year-old business partners aren’t new to the working world. Guruge, who sees himself as the … 0

Proprietorship made easy

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

It all starts with an idea. Perhaps you’ve been dreaming of your very own business startup you can operate out of your home office. You have a solid idea, but the logistics of starting a business seem daunting. … 0

Francestown: Work on permanent bridge at 2nd N.H. Turnpike in progress

Monday, June 2, 2014

FRANCESTOWN — The bridge on the section of the 2nd N.H. Turnpike between Woodward Hill Road and Red House Road was closed last month, as construction of a permanent bridge gets underway. Back in 2012 when the N.H. Department of Transportation closed the bridge, Town Administrator Mike Branley … 0

Jaffrey: A nod to TEAM Jaffrey

Friday, May 30, 2014

Tammy Griffin, manager of TD Bank in Jaffrey, presents a donation check for $333.51 to former TEAM Jaffrey director Marie Cassady, right, for the organization’s active role in the TD Bank Affinity program. For every TD Bank customer … 0

Peterborough: Change in leadership at Ledger-Transcript

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Two experienced news professionals with longtime ties to the region took the helm at the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript’s newsroom this week, when Priscilla Morrill and Ben Conant were named editors of the paper by Publisher Heather McKernan. Morrill and … 0

Rindge: Student engagement leads to workplace engagement, FPU study finds

Friday, May 16, 2014

Franklin Pierce University graduates appear to be primed for workplace engagement according to the results of an analysis that compared Franklin Pierce students to a recent Gallup study of 30,000 college students nationwide. The Gallup study found that students who had an internship or job related to their … 0