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Artisans on the Hill and Maura’s Embroidery open on Colls Farm Road

12-21-2023 11:22 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Maura McGonigle has been in the embroidery business for 25 years, and recently cut the ribbon on her new shop in Jaffrey.In the location of the former New England Everyday Goods on Colls Farm Road in Jaffrey, McGonigle opened Maura’s Embroidery and,...


A new ‘Twist’ for Main Street

12-18-2023 11:13 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

Twist Ice Cream is a new business on Main Street in Peterborough, but it is already attracting a stream of customers.Twist serves soft-serve ice cream, gelato and a selection of toppings. The shop is tucked in next to the diVINE on Main wine bar,...


BUSINESS: Crotched Mountain gears up for season

12-11-2023 2:19 PM

By BILL FONDA

As the Crotched Mountain ski area gets ready to celebrate its 60th anniversary, it opened for the 2023-2024 winter season Dec. 1, its earliest in five years, according to Abigail Allen, New Hampshire spokeswoman for owner Vail Resorts.Crotched will...


Peterborough Farmers’ Market holding first winter season

12-01-2023 11:07 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

The Peterborough Farmers’ Market will be open through the winter for the first time this year.The market, which will be open every  Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Peterborough Community Center at 25 Elm St, will move back outside to the...


BUSINESS: Blue Seal buys Achille Agway chain

11-27-2023 11:54 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS 

The Peterborough-based Achille Agway farm, home and garden chain has been acquired by Blue Seal, formerly known as Blue Seal Feeds.The Achille Agway chain includes four stores in the Monadnock region -- Peterborough, Walpole, Milford and Keene -- as...


Pop-up shop at 34 Main in Hancock hosts an eclectic mix

11-20-2023 1:33 PM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

Hancock’s 34 Main pop-up shop may not be exactly what someone would expect to find in a classic New England village.Walking into the preserved 1801 barn next door to the Hancock Market, one might expect to see braided rugs, bottles of maple syrup or...


BUSINESS: Salitter Spiritual Wellness Studio opens on Grove Street

11-06-2023 11:18 AM

By AIDAN BEAROR

By providing a space for practitioners of multiple wellness disciplines to practice and teach, Salitter Spiritual Wellness Studio aims to combat high rent prices for healers while making quality spiritual wellness a more-accessible service for...


Heather Starkey joins Monadnock Paper Mills

11-03-2023 2:00 PM

Monadnock Paper Mills of Bennington has appointed Heather Starkey to the role of research scientist.Starkey will work with the manufacturing and sales departments in developing the next generation of sustainable and durable materials for the printing...


Greenfield architect Sheldon Pennoyer wins 2023 Clinton Scheerr Award

11-03-2023 9:32 AM

BY JESSECA TIMMONS

Sheldon Pennoyer of Greenfield has been awarded the 2023 Clinton Scheerr Award for Excellence in New Hampshire Architecture. The award, created in memory of New Hampshire architect Clinton Scheerr, was established to honor “oustanding New Hampshire...


Rindge Chamber of Commerce schedules after-hours event

10-30-2023 10:16 AM

The Rindge Chamber of Commerce is hosting a business after-hours event Tuesday Nov. 7, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Cathedral of the Pines Hilltop House at 10 Hale Road, Rindge.Franklin Pierce Institute for Climate Action senior student interns David...


Seek info on schools when buying a home

10-17-2023 10:29 AM

By DAN PETRONE

“What do you think about the schools?” This is a question many buyers ask their agent when looking to purchase a home.Certainly, the quality and availability of education and options in a specific area is very important to many home-buyers. Websites...


BUSINESS QUARTERLY: Growing under the Waldorf model

10-17-2023 10:26 AM

By ISADORA CRANE

Having attended Waldorf school my entire childhood, from merely 3 years old to a full 18-year-old adult, I have had the privilege of seeing the positive impact this education model has had on my personal growth.As both my mother and father attended...


Bodin named top community banker

10-06-2023 10:55 AM

Mark Bodin, president of Savings Bank of Walpole, has been named the 2023 Community Banker of the Year by the New Hampshire Bankers Association.Bodin received the award during the association’s recent annual conference in Quebec City, Canada. Savings...


Anytime Apparel celebrates 20 years in Depot Square in Peterborough

10-02-2023 1:31 PM

BY JESSECA TIMMONS

Friends, family, customers and visitors attended the 20th anniversary celebration at Anytime Apparel Boutique in Depot Square Saturday.Anytime Apparel has been in Depot Square since 2003, and owner Melissa Carson was delighted with the turnout and...


Belletetes adds product lines

09-28-2023 12:42 PM

Jaffrey-baed Belletetes has been approved to add the Modern series of windows and doors, along Skycove and Awaken Skylights from the Signature collection of Marvin Windows & Doors. Displays will soon be in place at Belletetes’ Andover, Ashland, and...


Radically Rural summit is Sept. 27 and 28

09-26-2023 1:38 PM

The Radically Rural Summit in Keene Sept. 27 and 28 has a theme of “Reimagining Rural” and will feature sections on arts and culture, clean energy, community journalism, entrepreneurship, “All In for Health,” land and community and Main Street.For...


Michael Wisniewski builds Barnside Hemp offering CBD oils

09-26-2023 9:00 AM

By AIDAN BEAROR

The 2018 Farm Bill made hemp growth and production legal, allowing growers such as Michael Wisniewski of Barnside Hemp to share a remedy for his own ailments with others who may be struggling. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one facet of the hemp industry that...


Heavy rains hurt hay harvest

09-08-2023 8:36 AM

By KATE DARIO

For New Hampshire farmers who grow hay, the past couple of years have presented a bit of a Goldilocks situation. Last summer was too dry. This summer has been too wet. And that's a bad ending for this year's hay harvest.“That's been the issue,” said...


Wilton offered gift of Wilton Falls office building

09-01-2023 2:16 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The Town of Wilton has been offered the land and offices at 6 Burns Hill Road, commonly called the Wilton Falls building, as a gift.The town announced that Chuck Crawford, owner of Wilton manufacturer Kimball Physics, has been in conversation with the...


GFA in Rindge hosting chamber open house 

08-31-2023 12:50 PM

GFA Federal Credit Union will host its first Rindge Chamber of Commerce open house in its new location at the intersection of Route 202 and Route 119 Tuesday, Sept. 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. The location is in the Rindge Crossings Plaza.There will be a...


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