Antrim

Police arrest fugitive wanted on charges of theft, money laundering

Monday, April 20, 2015

PETERBOROUGH — A Pennsylvania fugitive wanted on warrants issued by the state of Virginia was arrested Thursday near the rotary on Dublin Road. Harrisonburg police has 11 warrants for Kristiana R. Kufuor, 24, of Pennsylvania, charging her with theft of credit cards, identity fraud, receiving stolen goods and money laundering, all felonies. Officer George Xenakis stopped Kufuor’s vehicle at about … 0

Peterborough: Suspect in antique store theft identified

Monday, April 20, 2015

PETERBOROUGH — After releasing video surveillance Wednesday, police say they have identified a suspect wanted for the theft of doilies, pillows, hand towels and other products from Twin Elm Farm in February. Police are not identifying the suspect at this time, pending an arrest, said Chief Scott Guinard. The woman allegedly stole about $100 worth of merchandise from the antique store. The investigation … 0

ML: Substance abuse, the economy her focus

Monday, April 20, 2015

KEENE — Hillary Rodham Clinton started off the New Hampshire campaign of her second presidential bid as the everywoman, hugging former mayor Patricia Russell inside a furniture factory, after Clinton lunched at Kristin’s Bistro & Bakery downtown. While the former Secretary of State attempted to shed criticism about her ties to Wall Street, … 0

The building landscape

Monday, April 20, 2015

Spring is the season for sunshine, flowers and, by the looks of things, commercial construction. Monadnock Community Hospital has begun a $1.5 million project, and completed a $1 million renovation. Divine Mercy Parish is steamrolling a $2.3 million … 0

ANTRIM: Eversource trims Antrim trees

Monday, April 20, 2015

ANTRIM — Eversource Energy has the green light to cut more than 3 dozen trees along 17 scenic roads this summer, as part of an effort to reduce tree-related power outages. “What we’re proposing is to trim better … 0

Spice Cupboard: Treat yourself with sweet, smoky spice this spring

Friday, April 17, 2015

Well it is safe to say that spring has finally sprung. Windows are down, lawns are being cleared and the hens are busily laying eggs. It is that time of the year when the garden is ever so … 0

Sustainable steps: Weather takes its toll

Friday, April 17, 2015

Do you remember my February column and the definition of sustainable? In case you didn’t see it or forgot, here it is again: 1. Capable of being sustained. 2. Of, relating to, or being related to harvesting or … 0

Liberty Farm: Woodsy Momma and her band of roosters

Friday, April 17, 2015

With friends like that? As the old saying goes... We got a call asking us if we wanted some free, cute bantam chicks! Once you hear the cute part you know you’re a goner, so home they came … 0

Peterborough: Proposed business tax cuts debated in Concord

Monday, April 20, 2015

A Peterborough businessman traveled to Concord to urge the N.H. Senate to shuck two Republican-sponsored bills that would reduce the business profits tax and business expenses tax in the Granite State. Meanwhile, a Republican legislator is championing lower state business taxes as the way to attract and retain … 0

Temple: Souhegan Lions offer Citizenship Award

Friday, April 3, 2015

The Souhegan Lions Club is offering at least one $500 Citizenship Award to a 2015 graduating high school senior from Temple, New Ipswich, Greenville or Mason. Students do not need to attend a public high school to be eligible. Applications for the Citizenship Award will be reviewed on … 0

Boys’ Tennis: ConVal uses team play to top Windham

Monday, April 20, 2015

The ConVal boys’ tennis squad defeated Windham on Wednesday — and a doubles sweep was crucial to the victory. The Cougars (2-1) beat Windham despite a tough outing in singles, with only No. 1 Stephen Twitchell, No. 2 Malik Tabbara and No. 3 Tejas Moses winning. The team … 0

Girls’ Tennis: Green Giants too much for Cougars

Monday, April 20, 2015

The ConVal girls’ tennis team suffered a tough loss Wednesday. The Cougars (1-1) fell to Bishop Brady (4-0) 0-9. No. 6 Izzy Sylvian fell to Brady’s Beatrice Riva 2-8 in the most competitive singles’ match. Coach Gregg Morris said in an email that his team played better than … 0

Viewpoint: In response to questions about two departures

Friday, March 20, 2015

While it’s unusual for me to speak publicly about internal operations at Monadnock Community Hospital, I want to dispel misconceptions about an issue that has become quite public: the departure of Drs. Scott Jaynes and Annika Brown. Dr. Jaynes and Dr. Brown of North Meadow Family Health have … 0