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Young entrepreneurs sell their products at Francestown children’s market

08-28-2023 3:54 PM

By BILL FONDA

Francestown Community Market hosts inaugural Children’s Market


Greater Monadnock Collaborative names Michelle DellaVita development director

08-18-2023 9:00 AM

The Greater Monadnock Collaborative has named Michelle DellaVita as its new director of development and community engagement. “I can’t wait to dive deeper into our incredible region by getting to know our people, organizations, businesses and...


Nero Wealth Group cuts ribbon on new offices in Rindge

08-17-2023 12:08 PM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Managing Director Jason Nero cut the ribbon Aug. 15 for the Nero Wealth Group, a financial management firm, in an opening ceremony for his business and renovated space on 2 Mountain Road in Rindge.Nero, who is both the managing director and senior...


Del Rossi's Trattoria in Dublin under new ownership

07-31-2023 3:05 PM

The Del Rossi's Trattoria Italian restaurant in Dublin has announced new ownership and some upcoming changes, including expanded hours, and the reintroduction of live music.According to a press release, Monadnock residents Bill O’Mahony and Wayne...


Business Quarterly: Cultural attractions provide advantage

07-28-2023 10:07 AM

By ANDY PETERSON

As we enter the warmth of summer in the Monadnock region, our interests turn to plans for fun activities with family and friends. Many also come to visit our region for a chance to relax and enjoy relief from the heat of urban areas and a welcome...


Business Quarterly: Summer provides opportunity for musicians such as Green Heron

07-25-2023 11:45 AM

By AIDAN BEAROR

The Barrington-based bluegrass duet Green Heron’s summer performance slate recently included a show as part of Francestown Old Meeting House concert series, which they performed despite torrential rain and flash flood warnings outside.Consisting of...


Business Quarterly: Peterborough Town Library gives emerging artists a spotlight

07-25-2023 10:22 AM

By CORINNE CHRONOPOULOS

The Monadnock region is fortunate to attract and retain a rich network of talented artists.When the Peterborough Town Library opened the new PTL Community Art Gallery, the library staff thought about upcoming artists who may not have the experience...


Business Quarterly: Arts offer opportunity for connection during summer at Jaffrey Civic Center

07-25-2023 10:21 AM

By REBECCA FREDRICKSON

Each season at the Jaffrey Civic Center has its distinct appeal and impact, and summer without a doubt is one of the busier times of the year.The Jaffrey Civic Center, located in a region known for its natural beauty and culture, has a large community...


Business Quarterly: Sponsors and donors make summer concerts go

07-25-2023 10:21 AM

By ORIANA CAMARA

Live concerts provide an opportunity for audiences to converse, relax, listen and dance, but organizers need funding to make them work.Peterborough’s Friday Summertime Concerts began just over a decade ago when Pelagia Vincent and George Neal, the...


Business Quarterly: The art of cash flow 

07-25-2023 10:19 AM

By NISA SIMILA 

Being able to have enough money coming in to pay the bills and put some into savings is a beautiful feeling. However, if you don’t know where your money is going and when, you may find yourself not meeting your obligations.Do you have enough cash on...


Business Quarterly: A weird market in a desirable place

07-25-2023 10:19 AM

By DAN PETRONE

Summer in the Granite State is remarkable! New Hampshire boasts beautiful pristine lakes and rivers that are excellent for swimming, boating and kayaking, to name a few.To top it off, there is some amazing food throughout the entire state, ranging...


Business Quarterly: The arts are an economic engine for the region

07-25-2023 10:09 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

With a rich landscape of both for-profit and nonprofit endeavors in New Hampshire, the arts and culture play an important role in both drawing audiences and providing employment in the state.According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, even...


Greg Carter joins Four Seasons

07-14-2023 11:30 AM

PETERBOROUGHCarter joins Four SeasonsGreg Carter has joined the Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty office in Peterborough as a Realtor.A Peterborough native, Carter graduated summa cum laude from the University of New Hampshire with an...


BUSINESS: Johno’s Greenville Market opens to provide a convenient spot for residents

07-10-2023 3:24 PM

BY AIDAN BEAROR

Johno’s Greenville Market opened its doors July 3 at 74 Main St., and the owners are making the people of Greenville their priority. Jacki-Ann Roy and her son, John Lang, purchased the building in the spring of 2022. Renovating the building took...


BUSINESS: Independent HomeCare opens in Jaffrey

07-02-2023 11:36 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Independent HomeCare, a new business aimed at providing services to allow people to receive the support they need to stay in their homes and live independently, has opened in Jaffrey.Owner and manager Shannon Tremblay held a ribbon-cutting for the...


BUSINESS: Latin roots grow with Mi Corazon in Greenfield

06-26-2023 2:54 PM

By AIDAN BEAROR

Since opening on June 7, Mi Corazon Mexican Grill has become an attraction in the center of Greenfield.The establishment features a dining room and an expansive menu and is proudly Mexican-owned. As one of the founding partners of the Mi Jalisco...


Charlie’s Olde Tyme Creamery in Peterborough expands

06-02-2023 9:00 AM

By ROWAN WILSON

Charlie and Mariela Moore will be cooking up burgers and fries, onion rings and Italian sausages all summer inside the Chuck Wagon, an expansion to Charlie’s Olde Tyme Creamery at the fork of Route 202 and Sharon Road in Peterborough.On a recent...


An old trailer hosts a plant store in Peterborough

05-29-2023 2:00 PM

By JOSH LACAILLADE

A Peterborough man has introduced a new way to grow and sell plants sustainably. Ben Martel recently opened what he calls the “Pop Up Plant: The Planter-Camper Experience,” a garden stand constructed out of an old trailer. The stand, parked alongside...


BUSINESS: Old Glory Guns and Ammo in Greenville changes hands

05-22-2023 10:18 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Old Glory Guns and Ammo in Greenville has changed ownership, as owner Dana Ryll is retiring.For those familiar with the store, the new owner may be a recognizable face – Greg Miller, who has been teaching a trauma medicine course at the shop for...


Jaffrey Chamber accepting PRIDE Award nominations

05-19-2023 11:35 AM

Jaffrey Chamber accepting PRIDE Award nominations


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