Clouds and sun
53°
Clouds and sun
Hi 55° | Lo 34°

Business

Sharon: Lack of phone service pains residents

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

For the last two months or so, several homes in Sharon were without phone services, anywhere from 12 hour to all day. And FairPoint Communications, their telephone provider, couldn’t find a way to fix the problem. Finally, the problem appeared to be fixed Saturday night, said Jonathan Frank, one of the homeowners affected. He and Chet Bowles, Sharon’s town administrator, … 0

‘It could be the primary route’

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Groups of residents in Mason and Rindge are beginning to band together in opposition to a proposed natural gas pipeline that could be routed through … 0

Jaffrey/Peterborough: A one-of-a-kind experience

Monday, November 24, 2014

On Black Friday, the Friday after Thanksgiving, big box stores put on a show nationwide, hoping customers will flood their stores and fight over heavily … 0

JAFFREY/Peterborough: Women Who Care donate $4.6K to Quest

Friday, October 31, 2014

The local giving circle, 100+ Women Who Care Peterborough, held their final meeting of 2014 at The Shattuck Golf Club in Jaffrey. Six new members joined the organization, bringing the total membership to 92. Three local charities were nominated and chosen randomly during the meeting. The majority of … 0

PETERBOROUGH/KEENE: Two local CPA firms are merging

Friday, October 31, 2014

Marc A. Menard CPA, at 14 Grove St., Peterborough, recently merged with Oster & Wheeler, PC in Keene. Menard opened his firm in 1984. After three decades of working for himself, Menard said he’s pleased to join the … 0

Peterborough: Psychotherapist retires after 26 years

Friday, October 31, 2014

After providing psychotherapy and counseling services for the past 26 years as a founding partner of Peterborough Clinical Associates, Karen Shea Dufresne, MSW, will be retiring on Dec. 18. She first opened her psychotherapy office in December 1988 on Route 101 in Peterborough. In June 1992 PCA expanded … 0

Bennington: Lesch appointed to head global sales, marketing

Monday, November 3, 2014

Brendan Lesch has joined Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc. as vice president of sales and marketing. Monadnock Paper Mills delivers high-performance specialty papers for the technical, packaging and printing markets. In this role, Lesch will continue to raise awareness … 0

Jaffrey: New director named for Bible Conference

Monday, November 3, 2014

Roy Baldwin has been appointed director of Monadnock Bible Conference. Baldwin will assume his position with the camp and conference center at the beginning of December. He was chosen after an extensive nationwide search. As the director, Baldwin … 0

Wilton: Forum Wednesday on Master Plan

Monday, October 27, 2014

WILTON — As the town works to update its Master Plan, the Planning Board has turned a particular eye to what Select Board member Kermit Williams referred to as an oft-neglected portion of the document: the economic development chapter. Williams, who is the Select Board representative on the … 0

Keene: Kendall takes over staffing job at TPI

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Susan V. Kendall, CPC has been named director of administrative staffing and recruiting at TPI Staffing Group, headquartered in Keene. Kendall is a certified personnel consultant with more than 25 years of administrative personnel experience. Kendall was the founder and president of GFI Professional Staffing Services — originally … 0

Peterborough: Seminar on starting a business tonight

Monday, October 20, 2014

Gary Carpenter of Mind Whistle has organized a two hour business learning and networking opportunity called “Reclaim Your Life Through Business Enterprise.” Learn to seek out and use a local support network, discover hidden pitfalls and how to avoid them, ask questions to learn about franchise opportunities and … 0

Peterborough: Town sued over farm code

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

PETERBOROUGH — The Planning Board has approved the first permit for a farm in Peterborough to host weddings, farm-to-table meals, and other seasonal and educational events throughout the year, after delaying their decision twice. Neighbors of the farm … 0

Hancock/Mason: Orchards fare better here

Monday, October 20, 2014

It wasn’t just last winter’s record snowfall and cold that affected apple production in New Hampshire, according to a state agricultural expert. George Hamilton, a University of New Hampshire field specialist, recently explained it was also the severe … 0