BUSINESS – Family is at the heart of Well Within in Lyndeborough

07-19-2024 12:01 PM

After years of experience working with people of all ages with intellectual disabilities and emotional challenges, one thing stood out to Alisha DiMasi – the importance of family.Family is at the heart of all of the services DiMasi provides at Well...

THEATER REVIEW: Peterborough Players present strong ‘Pride and Prejudice’

07-17-2024 2:19 PM

The stage that occupies the iconic Peterborough Players barn has been beautifully transformed into the interior of a 19th-century English estate for the third production in the Players’ 2024 summer season, “Pride and Prejudice.”Directed by interim...

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New Trails of Antrim hiking group hits the trail
07-18-2024 11:32 PM

Bob Holmes of Antrim, who has completed all of New Hampshire’s 4,000-foot peaks and 45 of the “52 with a View,” said he is still discovering trails in the Monadnock region.Holmes, who leads the Trails of Antrim hiking group, encourages anyone with...


Viewpoint: Robert Beck – The globalization of political violence
07-18-2024 11:01 AM

With the shocking assassination attempt of former President Donald Trump at a rally in Butler, Pa., on July 13, the United States joined a growing list of Western democracies falling victim to the scourge of political violence.  Just over two years...

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Silver Scone appeal heads to Land Use Review Docket
07-18-2024 12:01 PM

The Hillsborough County Superior Court’s Land Use Review Docket will take up the latest appeal related to a tea party business in New Ipswich.Neighbors of Silver Scone Teas, located on River Road in New Ipswich, have appealed multiple decisions...


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PREP Talk: Michael Nadeau – Why you might pay more for electricity
07-19-2024 12:03 PM

It is possible to lower the cost of electricity while increasing the amount of renewable energy sources. Community power initiatives in the Monadnock region and elsewhere in New Hampshire have proven this. They have consistently been able to purchase...


Obit photo for Ann Basset Lessard Ann Basset Lessard

Peterborough, NH - Ann Basset Lessard was born on November 27, 1934, in Peterborough, NH, to William and Doris Basset. She passed peacefully on June 29th, in Peterborough, NH. She married Joseph Lessard in 1960, in Keene, NH, and they w... remainder of obit for Ann Basset Lessard

Obit photo for Richard James Alden Richard James Alden

, 68 Rindge, NH - Richard James Alden, age 68, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed away peacefully on July 4, 2024, after a two-year battle with cancer. Rich graduated from Corcoran High School, Syracuse, NY in 1974, and fro... remainder of obit for Richard James Alden

Obit photo for Raymond Wilfred Pelletier Raymond Wilfred Pelletier

, 91 Greenville, NH - After a brief illness Raymond Wilfred Pelletier, 91, of Greenville, New Hampshire, passed away peacefully at his home, on June 30th, surrounded by his family. Raymond was born on June 8, 1933, in Saint-Pamphile, Qu... remainder of obit for Raymond Wilfred Pelletier

Obit photo for Doris E. Drew Doris E. Drew

, 90 Jaffrey, NH - Doris E. Drew, 90, of Jaffrey, NH passed away peacefully on July 16, 2024, at her home with her family by her side. Doris was born on January 7, 1934, in Fitchburg, MA., daughter of George and Dora (Arsenault) Lanthie... remainder of obit for Doris E. Drew


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