Jaffrey: Planting seeds for the future

The Girls’ Garden Club isn’t afraid to get dirty, although they might ask for gloves in order to pick beetles off their blooming zinnias, Over the course of its meeting Tuesday, members dig, water and weed in the … 0

Bobcat’s Tail: Six things to do before summer is over

Summer slides into place and we settle in, enjoying long days and easy times. By the time we’ve caught our breath and recall the distant memories of dirty snowbanks, we glance at the calendar. It’s late July, leaving … 0

Lyndeborough: Timber cuts a cause for concern

LYNDEBOROUGH — After two recent timber cuts near local wetlands and streams, the Select Board and members of the Conservation Commission sat down to discuss ways the town can better protect its water resources and wetlands. Several ideas … 0

Lyndeborough: First steps in Mountain Road repairs

LYNDEBOROUGH — Engineering work is pushing forward on Mountain Road, in preparation for a major reworking of the road next year. The work encompasses four sections of Mountain Road, from the beginning of Mason Road and extending to … 0

Dublin: Buffer to include smaller trees

DUBLIN — The Conservation Commission is working on an official proposal to replant trees between Cobb Meadow Road and the Town Maintenance Barn as part of the plan to restore the buffer. The commission is seeking selectmen’s approval … 0

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First settlers: A family affair
Thursday, September 18, 2014