YEAR IN REVIEW

This year, voters were unenthusiastic about a proposal to purchase the Police Department building and renovate it. However, a different plan to...

Peterborough, a good town to live in. But who can afford it?Zoning, affordable housing, high property taxes, homelessness, rising town costs and a...

After 73 years of providing a place for artists and the public to come together to learn, work, shop and appreciate fine art, the Sharon Arts...

The position of Town Administrator in Rindge is once again filled, after nearly five months vacant after the surprise non-renewal of former...

A West Deering couple reopened the space occupied by the former Riverhouse Café in Greenfield as the Hungry Goats Eatery in December. The reopening...

Throughout 2019 Monadnock Paper Mills celebrated its 200th anniversary as a business.Moody Butler founded the business – known as Paper Mill or...

After months of setbacks, Antrim Selectman John Robertson said the wind turbine project a decade in the making is almost complete. “Tomorrow’s the...

After almost ten years, a proposal for improving Jaffrey’s downtown traffic is nearing the final stages of approval.This year saw residents...

The town of Mason was recognized by Gov. Chris Sununu this year for its efforts towards fostering creativity, honored with the “Creative...

The Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative will be changing its accounting practices, after having to hold a special district meeting in November to...

The Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative District is staying together after a committee studied the possibility of Rindge withdrawing from the district for...

In March, fed up with rising costs, unfunded state-mandates and overburdened property taxpayers, the ConVal School District took legal action...

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