Greenfield

Dover: Arson case heats up

Monday, September 29, 2014

An attorney for former Peterborough firefighter and alleged arsonist Gregory Potter contended in court on Friday that a detective for the Durham Police Department violated Potter’s constitutional rights. Potter, 23, is accused of setting a series of fires at five residential buildings in Durham in the early morning of Feb. 2, 2013, while people were inside the apartments. While Potter’s … 0

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Monday, September 29, 2014

Michael Dukakis, the former governor of Massachusetts and the 1988 Democratic-nominee for president, repeated and repeated one of his foundational principles to a Peterborough audience last Wednesday. Speaking at the Walter Peterson Forum for Civil Discourse, the 80-year-old Dukakis reiterated that in politics, you can disagree with someone. But, he said, you should … 0

Antrim/Greenfield: Man indicted on three felony sex-assault charges

Monday, September 29, 2014

Four area residents were indicted on Sept. 18 in Hillsborough County Superior Court in Manchester in connection with various crimes. A grand jury indicted Elias Dawley, 20, of Greenfield on three charges of felonious sexual assault. The alleged sexual assaults took place from June 10 to June 13, with a female minor between … 0

Nutritional HEalth: Staving off those winter blues

Monday, September 15, 2014

Happy Autumn! At this time of year, apples and pumpkins are everywhere, the leaves changing color here in New England are stunning. There is a shift in temperature and the days get shorter. If this is a signal to you that you will be feeling the “winter blues” … 0

Sustainable steps: ‘Three months, three weeks and three days’

Monday, September 15, 2014

You will all be pleased to know that this month I am writing about a success! Usually I am recalling an event that caused much embarrassment, sickness, or even death, the former to me, and the latter two … 0

Greenfield: KMS Foundation offering grants to support children’s well-being

Monday, September 15, 2014

The Keith M. Sullivan Foundation, a 501-C3 nonprofit foundation, will be accepting applications for grants between now and Oct. 31. The KMS Foundation’s priority is to provide funding and support for programs and organizations which support the health, safety, and social well-being of our communities’ children and to … 0

Letter: Is it really anti- Semitism here?

Friday, September 12, 2014

To the editor: Two weeks ago, Jane Kronheim wrote about fears of anti-Semitism prompted by pro-Palestinian protests in England. The protesters were lashing out in response to Israel’s bombardment of Gaza, but to Ms. Kronheim, they were simply anti-Semites. The fact that over 2,100 Gazans were killed, including … 0

Viewpoint: Opportunity seemed to good to be true

Monday, September 15, 2014

To see this incredibly talented group of young people showcase their abilities in front of an international audience was simply amazing. It was lost on none that the lines they were performing so eloquently were written steps away from The Dell stage. It speaks volumes about Project Shakespeare … 0

Primary results are in, as region readies for General Election

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Democrats Peter Leishman, the incumbent, and Ivy Vann of Peterborough have won the primary for two state representative seats in Hillsborough District 24, which includes Peterborough, edging out fellow Democratic candidate Kath Allen. Gary Carpenter of Peterborough has … 0

Peterborough: MDS recognizes care workers

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Monadnock Developmental Services has announced Teresa Aldrich and Dylan Ballantine are the recipients of the 2014 Direct Support Professional and Home Provider of the Year awards, respectively, for the Monadnock region. Ballantine and Aldrich were selected from a … 0

Peterborough: In hopes of new theater

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

A committee of arts enthusiasts from all walks of life have been meticulously putting together plans to build a new performing arts center at ConVal High School. After two years of planning, the committee is opening themselves up … 0

Roundup: ConVal boys stay undefeated after home win

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

ConVal boys soccer The Cougars faced Monadnock in ConVal’s first home game of the season on Tuesday afternoon. The game was 0-0 at half; 4:12 into the second half, Nate Sullivan scored on a feed from Ian Szep … 0

Greenfield: Crotched Mountain receives grant

Monday, September 8, 2014

Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center has been awarded a grant of $4,500 from the N.H. State Council on the Arts to continue the expansion and development of its adaptive dance program. Crotched Mountain is one of six New Hampshire nonprofit organizations and programs that were selected to receive Arts … 0