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Rows of tables line the side of The Big Bean Cafe in Durham, as customers sit outside to comply with regulations that New Hampshire has set forward...

Since their inception, psychedelic-folk duo Party of the Sun has released a 5-song EP “Lay Low”, a full-length album “Trekker”, and a handful of...

The Hancock Woman’s Club has announced Angie LeFebvre as its 2020 scholarship recipient. LeFebvre has been awarded $1,000 toward her Master’s...

​​​​​The Temple Highway Department is closing West Road during weekdays starting June 8 and continuing through the end of the month. The road will...

The Peterborough Recycling Center is rolling back some of its restrictions on materials, but staff encourage residents to hold off major house...

New Hampshire businesses should “soon” be able to get some assistance through the newly established $400 million Main Street Relief Fund, but it’s...

The clinicians at MAPS Counseling Services in Peterborough are treating patients of all ages and backgrounds virtually during the pandemic, and...

The Hancock Select Board discussed budget items they could dial back spending on in light of uncertain state revenues due to COVID-19 at a recent...



As recreational sports programs in New Hampshire resume activities under the latest state COVID-19 guidelines, local coaches and players are happy...

In normal times, the game of cornhole would be getting into full swing right about now. Corn hole players young and old would be dragging out their...

Drop in to Peterborough’s bike park

5/20/20

Drop in and check out the new pump track at Adams Playground in Peterborough. The course, meant for BMX and mountain bikes, features berms, rollers...

While moms across the world received typical Mother’s Day gifts on Sunday – brunch, flowers, a card – Kate Main of New Ipswich got a present she...

 To the editor:I’m witnessing and hearing about more cases of people being rude to employees of our local stores, hospital, and local service...

 To the editor:Thank you Ledger-Transcript for being a community resource for Covid-19 virus information – open to non-subscribers on your website...


Since their inception, psychedelic-folk duo Party of the Sun has released a 5-song EP “Lay Low”, a full-length album “Trekker”, and a handful of...

Hannah Ellingwood couldn’t stop thinking about how much she was going to miss Broke: The Affordable Arts Fair this year.The annual gathering of...



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Obituaries


Annette Repak

Annette Louise Repak, 80, of Temple, New Hampshire, passed away June 3rd in Manchester, New Hampshire following a long battle with dementia. She was a devoted wife and leaves behind her best friend an...

Pauline Marion

Pauline H. Marion, 89, of Sharon, died peacefully on Monday, June 1, 2020 at Pheasantwood Healthcare Center in Peterborough after a period of declining health. She was born in Peterborough, NH on Jul...

Dr. Edward L. Wheeler, a long-time resident of both Jaffrey, NH, and Sarasota, FL, died on Sunday, 31 May 2020. He was one hundred years old. Born on 13 October 1919 in Lynn, MA, to Max and Annie Whe...

Frances Pietro

Frances P. Pietro, 88, of Strasburg, OH passed away in her sleep suddenly on Monday, May 25, 2020, of natural causes. Born on January 17, 1932, in Bennington, NH, she was the daughter of the late......


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