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BUSINESS QUARTERLY: For local nonprofits, variety is the key in fundraising

01-24-2023 9:01 AM

By BILL FONDA

The Grapevine Family & Community Resource Center in Antrim was founded in 1996, and Executive Director Melissa Gallagher said, “We have sort of this donor base of people who have supported The Grapevine for a very long time.”However, Gallagher said it...


Business Quarterly: Andy Peterson – Region will continue to prosper

01-24-2023 9:00 AM

As the winter landscape graces our region and we march forward into 2023, many will pause and wonder, “What will the New Year bring?”As real estate professionals, we work daily to realize buyers’ and sellers' dreams and visions. This can result in a...


BUSINESS QUARTELY: Employers consider challenges to hiring employees

01-24-2023 9:00 AM

By ROWAN WILSON

Local employers faced challenges attracting and retaining employees in 2022, and this year, employers are forced to consider what it will take to stay staffed.Mark Cilley, vice president and owner of American Steel & Precast Erectors in Peterborough,...


Rindge Chamber recognizes business, nonprofit leaders

01-23-2023 2:52 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The Rindge Chamber of Commerce recognized its Business Leader of the Year and Nonprofit of the Year during its annual dinner at Hidden Hills in Rindge Saturday evening.The chamber honored Isaac French of KDI Landscaping & Grounds Maintenance as...


BUSINESS: New Identity Coffee owners have big plans

01-16-2023 1:54 PM

By JOSH LACAILLADE

The new owners of Identity Coffee Lab in Rindge are looking to expand to new locations throughout New England. New England natives Jonathan and Britney Cashman are the newest owners of Identity Coffee Lab, a specialty coffee shop along Route 119 that...


BUSINESS: New era for Brady’s American Grill in Peterborough

01-09-2023 2:37 PM

By JOSH LACAILLADE

After 23 years running Brady’s American Grill, former owner Barry York said, “It’s been a great run, Peterborough people are awesome and have supported me through this. I couldn’t have dreamed of a better transition.”On Jan. 1, York officially passed...


BUSINESS: Hornburg Brewing Company to open soon in Hancock

01-02-2023 3:45 PM

By ROWAN WILSON

Hornburg Brewing Company will open its doors, or more accurately its “hobbit door,” – the owners are “The Lord of the Rings” fans – to the public Jan. 6 and 7.A decade ago, Dean Gervin and his uncle Rick Gervin decided that opening a brewery together...


BUSINESS: Brothers open new gym in Peterborough Shopping Plaza

11-14-2022 10:09 AM

By ROWAN WILSON

A new gym opened Wednesday in the Peterborough Shopping Plaza at 19 Wilton Road. Mountain Fitness, located in the space where the Verizon store once was, is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers an independent workout experience. Brothers...


Dublin Arts Center and Muse Gallery is open for business

08-15-2022 12:42 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The DublinArts & Muse Gallery opened its doors for the first time on Friday, welcoming residents to explore the new gallery and classroom spaces, as well as viewing the first show on display, featuring more than 100 pieces on the theme of “Wit &...


Elevation PT and Sports Rehab and Lifelong Athlete to open in Jaffrey Road plaza

08-01-2022 3:42 PM

By ROWAN WILSON

“We’re both athletes,” said Becka Lyons, motioning to her husband and business partner Reuben, “And we talk all the time about how being an athlete is more of a mindset than anything else.” Becka has a doctorate degree in physical therapy and Reuben...


The Apothecary is coming to Depot Square in Peterborough

07-11-2022 11:28 AM

By ROWAN WILSON

“You could sort of sum it up as a boutique pharmacy,” said Gloria Shkolnik, owner of The Apothecary, a new store opening soon in Depot Square in Peterborough. Shkolnik is a trained and licensed pharmacist, and she specializes in compounding. She...


Monadnock Country Club is open for the season

05-23-2022 1:06 PM

By ROWAN WILSON

Golf season is underway, and Monadnock Country Club in Peterborough has opened its greens and sold its first memberships.Bob Taylor is operating the business on the High Street property that the MacDowell artist residency owns.Taylor was a member at...


New $3 million fund to reimburse N.H. restaurants for equipment, tech purchases

04-29-2022 12:43 PM

By DANIELA ALLEE

The state announced a new $3 million fund that would cover reimbursements to local restaurants for equipment, infrastructure and technology purchases.The Governor’s Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery will provide awards of up to $15,000.Even at...


The Hancock Inn sold to Boston investor group

04-27-2022 7:22 AM

By BILL FONDA

It had only been a couple days since Jarvis and Marcia Coffin had finalized the sale of The Hancock Inn, and between loose ends and transitional issues, Jarvis said it still felt like they had one foot in the business.“We’re knee-deep in boxes and...


First Friday in Peterborough slow for most local businesses

04-05-2022 9:40 AM

By ROWAN WILSON

Local Peterborough businesses were hopeful that this month’s First Friday would provide an opportunity for the community to get out, walk around town and visit open establishments. B ut most places reported a low turnout and a slow evening.It was...


Performance Fitness under new ownership

03-15-2022 11:58 AM

By BEN CONANT

There’s always an excuse not to go to the gym, but the new owners of Performance Fitness in Peterborough have eliminated at least one big one, as the recently purchased Route 202 gym is now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “You want people to...


Sunflowers Cafe and Catering closes its doors after 14 years on Jaffrey’s Main Street

01-24-2022 2:03 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

For the first time in more than a decade of hosting local artists, this past weekend Sunflowers Cafe and Catering’s walls featured the art and photography of owner Carolyn Edwards – a last hurrah for the Main Street restaurant’s final weekend.Sunday...


After nearly 50 years in business, Toadstool Bookshops up for sale

09-13-2021 3:39 PM

By TIM GOODWIN

After close to 50 years in the book-selling business, Willard Williams is ready to turn the page.Williams, the founder and co-owner of the Toadstool Bookshop and its locations in Peterborough, Keene and Nashua, was named the 2020 NH Retailer of the...


Connolly Brothers open farm store on Temple property

03-16-2021 12:41 PM

By TIM GOODWIN

Connolly Brothers Dairy Farm has expanded, adding a new 600 square foot farm store to its Temple property that officially opened on March 6.Chris Connolly, who owns and operates the dairy farm – founded by his parents Martin and Lynda in 1982 – with...


Veterans open military surplus store in Rindge

09-24-2020 1:19 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Two local veterans are opening up a military surplus store in Rindge, trying to bring back the kinds of stores they themselves explored when they were young – and love even now.“When you’re a kid, in these stores, you dream about playing Army,” said...



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