Temple

Campaigners are urging the public to vote  "no," against petition articles on the ConVal warrant to close Great Brook School or allow the School Board to close any of the elementary schools in the future.

ConVal: Petitions 8, 9 by the numbers

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

If the public votes to approve a warrant petition article to close Great Brook School, the ConVal School District would save at least $1,682,880 each year from closing the middle school in Antrim, according to a report the District Model Study Committee published in 2012. Another petition article — to lift from Article 5 of the Articles Agreement the requirement … 0

Peterborough: Scott-Farrar closes, temporarily

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Scott-Farrar Home — a nursing home that has served the Peterborough area for more than 100 years — is closing in 40 days for financial reasons. Trustees say the home has been losing as much as $30,000 a month over the last two years. But trustees hope the closure is just temporary, as … 0

Sharon: Write-in candidate ready to serve

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Ted O’Brien never expected Carl Newton, the opponent who edged him out last year for a spot on the Sharon Select Board, to ask him to serve alongside him the year after. Well, Newton did just that. Now, O’Brien hopes to apply his four decades in television and radio broadcasting to help the … 0

Greenfield: Rock injury gives man whole new outlook

Monday, March 2, 2015

Could you look at a football-sized rock flying through your windshield, smashing you in the head, and nearly ending your life as a “bizarre gift?” Adam Lecomte can. The Peterborough resident and Greenville native said Thursday the December … 0

Greenfield: Rehab school answers lawsuit

Monday, March 2, 2015

Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center is denying allegations that it is liable for any abuse involving two former students whose parents say their children suffered physical and emotional abuse while in the center’s care. Crotched Mountain also disputes the facts surrounding several incidents listed as abuse in a civil … 0

Peterborough: Man recounts ordeal buried under 2 ft. of snow

Monday, March 2, 2015

Drew Mullins, 48, was almost finished removing ice dams from the metal roof of his home on Old Street Road, when he heard a snap. He looked up, and saw a wall of snow rushing at him. The … 0

Temple: ML

Monday, March 2, 2015

Temple Proposed operating budget: $1,338,787 ∎ Article 4 calls for buying a loader for the Highway Department for $164,000. This price will likely be lower on the ballot, as Gail Cromwell, chair of the Select Board, said Thursday Road Agent Tim Fiske found a less expensive loader. Temple’s current … 0

Sustainable Steps: Overcoming weight loss resistance

Thursday, February 26, 2015

I can’t tell you how often I sit across the desk from people, women especially, who are very clear that they are doing everything they need to lose weight, including counting calories and regular exercise, but who are … 0

Parent Wise: The many faces of peer pressure

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Peer pressure. It’s a term that provokes fear in every parent-fear that children will succumb to the negative influence of classmates and friends to behave in dangerous ways. Parents worry that being liked and a part of the … 0

Youth Hockey: Henniker is training ground for ConVal skaters

Monday, March 2, 2015

The Henniker Huskies Youth Hockey Association is looking for kids who love to skate and would like to give ice hockey a try. Henniker Youth Hockey has openings at all levels, from Learn to Skate for the youngest children through Bantams (eighth and ninth graders). All kids with … 0

Boys’ hockey: ConVal finishes season strong

Monday, March 2, 2015

The ConVal boys’ hockey team wrapped up their string of make-up games over the break with a win and a loss against Laconia, ending their season on a strong note. In the final make-up game of the season, … 0

Boys’ basketball: ConVal needs a win after losing to Lebanon

Monday, March 2, 2015

The fourth-seeded Lebanon Raiders came to ConVal Friday and defeated the Cougars 68-35. The game plan for ConVal was to slow down the high-paced, high-octane Raiders offense — led by guard KJ Matte — by limiting their possessions. … 0

Editorial: A community that loves its neighbors

Monday, March 2, 2015

In our region, we live in small, tight-knit communities. The hustle and bustle of the big city with its faceless passersby and crowds of strangers is nowhere to be found in the Ledger-Transcript’s coverage area, and it’s safe to say that most of us like it that way. … 0