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Feb. 2009: Loring Catlin of Dublin watches Rob Jackson tie the final knots on his ice yacht on Dublin Lake Monday as his two daughters, Alex and...

These days, residents who attend the Monadnock Summer Lyceum lectures Sunday mornings at the Unitarian Church are as likely to hear about the...

Michael Strickland, 2, of Antrim hands off a Chinese calendar to fellow audience members at the James A. Tuttle Library. Connie and Skyler...

The “Way We Were Photo” runs on our Opinion page every Tuesday and is a chance for us to look back into our photo archives and see the people and...

Bennington is an extraordinarily well-preserved example of a Northern New England mill village. We are excited to partner with the Bennington...

Life carried on in the Monadnock region in 1917 – teenagers swam in Half Moon Pond in Hancock, or played basketball at Sargent Camp, and went...

A New Ipswich resident for half a century, Walter Bursiel is the subject of a new interactive exhibit at the Wright Museum of World War II in...

PETERBOROUGHWalking tour set for SaturdayThe Monadnock Center for History and Culture will lead a walking tour through downtown to explore the...

Teacher earns award

5/4/16

ConVal Regional High School history teacher Eric Bowman has been recognized by the New Hampshire Daughters of the American Revolution as the New...

Leave the measuring cups at home

4/4/16

Nineteenth-century New England cooks never used measuring cups. “In a modern kitchen, we measure everything. That goes out the window here,” said...

Learn to cook like your great-, great-grandmother at the Monadnock Center for History and Culture on April 9 when the center will offer a hearth...

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