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Wilton-Lyndeborough girls’ basketball victorious in delayed home opener
01-04-2024 11:48 AM

By BEN CONANT

The Warriors finally came home Wednesday night. After a month away from the Wilton-Lyndeborough gym, the WLC girls' basketball team won its home opener over visiting Mount Royal, delighting the white-clad fans, players and coach Tom Crowley...


Mascenic-Conant basketball tripleheader raising funds for Isaac Phillips
01-04-2024 11:22 AM

By BEN CONANT

Thirteen-year-old Isaac Phillips of New Ipswich is battling a rare form of childhood cancer called synovial sarcoma that has him hospitalized at Mass General following a series of surgeries.This month, the Mascenic community is running a "Go Gold"...


Greenfield Police Department completes move to Old Town Office Building
12-29-2023 2:39 PM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

After months of renovations and finishing touches, the Greenfield Police Department has fully moved into its new space at the Old Town Office Building on Francestown Road.The building, which had previously served as both town offices and the fire...


Local Christmas Bird Count reflects changes over 50 years
12-28-2023 11:44 AM

By PHIL BROWN

Half a century ago, Meade Cadot (former director and now naturalist emeritus at the Harris Center for Conservation Education) brought National Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count (CBC) to Hancock and Peterborough for its inaugural year.Meade described the...


Viewpoint: Alan Edelkind – Consolidation is the right answer for ConVal
12-27-2023 9:57 AM

By ALAN EDELKIND

I am Alan Edelkind, ConVal School Board representative for Dublin, and proud of it. I am the lead on the ConVal reconfiguration study, but being the lead does not necessarily mean that I support the outcome, although, as you will see, I do and why I...


Young ConVal girls’ basketball team faces growing pains
12-23-2023 10:08 AM

By BEN CONANT

The ConVal girls' basketball team has plenty of time to get better, which is fortunate, as the Cougars went into the winter break with a fourth straight blowout loss to remain winless on the year."We're a very young group,"  said ConVal head coach...


Viewpoint: Shelley Goguen Hulbert – Experiencing the labyrinth
12-21-2023 9:01 AM

By SHELLEY GOGUEN HULBERT

I am one of a group of about 40 local folks who will create and host the Peterborough Labyrinth in the Town House for our community to use as a free, meditative walk on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. It is a life-size replica – 42 feet in diameter...


ConVal boys’ basketball shows potential, but more scoring needed
12-18-2023 11:35 AM

By BEN CONANT

The ConVal boys' basketball team showed early season poise and bright potential in Friday's hard-fought home-opening loss to Division II power Manchester West. "We knew they were one of the top teams in our division coming in here," ConVal head coach...


Wilton celebrates holiday season
12-13-2023 9:00 AM

By GAIL HOAR

As the sun set on Dec. 8, small, glowing, star-shaped lanterns sprung to life on the trees in Wilton’s Main Street Park.These battery-lit paper creations are the work of 30 volunteers, including many WLC eighth-grade art students. The “flash event”...


Conant boys’ basketball gets off to rousing start
12-11-2023 12:38 PM

By BEN CONANT

The Conant boys' basketball team showed why they're Division III's preseason favorites by dismantling Stevens for a season-opening 55-26 win in Jaffrey Friday night.The Orioles set the tone early with a stifling full-court press that head coach Eric...


Mascenic boys’ basketball shows promise in opening loss
12-06-2023 8:09 AM

By BEN CONANT

The new-look Mascenic boys' basketball team suffered a season-opening loss to Concord Christian in New Ipswich Tuesday night, but first-year head coach Nick Tzannos liked the fire he saw in his Vikings."They all play hard," Tzannos said after the...


Viewpoint: Karen Johannesson – Acid poses danger to New Hampshire lakes
12-04-2023 1:52 PM

By KAREN JOHANNESSON

When I was a growing up in Peterborough, “acid rain” was a major environmental concern, particularly in New England, where most lakes, ponds and streams are poorly buffered because of the region’s geology.The acid rain problem resulted from the...


Viewpoint: Alan Edelkind – Learn about ConVal reconfiguration
12-04-2023 11:23 AM

By ALAN EDELKIND

The following is from a communication being sent to ConVal School District residents prior to a community forum on reconfiguration Monday, Dec. 11, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Lucy Hurlin Theater at ConVal High School.The ConVal School Board, Prismatic...


After one practice together, Mascenic girls’ basketball takes down Newmarket
12-04-2023 10:29 AM

By BEN CONANT

Mascenic girls’ basketball head coach Victoria Caiado danced her way into the Vikings' locker room after Friday's game with Newmarket.Who could blame her? A week before, Mascenic didn't even have the numbers to field a team. But after just one...


Viewpoint: L. Phillips Runyon III – Days that are etched in memory
11-14-2023 1:39 PM

By L. PHILLIPS RUNYON III

There are some events in our collective lives that are so momentous for our national identity that they're etched in our hard drives, and we recall their dates every year. Some are ones we've experienced ourselves, and for those we remember exactly...


Dave McMullen looks to connect all of New Hampshire’s town halls through running
11-09-2023 10:10 AM

By DAVE MCMULLEN

We are all wired differently, no doubt about that. So when I tell you that I am in the process of running a route that connects all 234 incorporated towns in New Hampshire, covering over 1,800 miles, you may find that a bit out there, but curious to...


Be the Change: John Letendre – The Great American Smokeout is for youth too
11-03-2023 1:14 PM

By JOHN LETENDRE

The Great American Smokeout is an annual event on the third Thursday of November that encourages people to quit smoking. It is sponsored by the American Cancer Society and is one of the largest public health campaigns in the United States.The first...


At MacDowell – Tatiana Arocha to talk rainforest destruction
11-01-2023 2:16 PM

By JONATHAN GOURLAY

Tatiana Arocha, whose installations combine natural materials with digitally altered components, will close the 2023 MacDowell Downtown season of First Fridays Nov. 3 at the Monadnock Center for History and Culture. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., Arocha will...


Francestown chooses broadband partner
10-27-2023 4:08 PM

By ALFRED EISENBERG

In this case, the money is the last of the American Rescue Plan Act funds that were targeted for expanding broadband coverage nationwide. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Francestown to include every resident in the deployment of...


Conant field hockey edges Kearsarge in opening round before losing to Gilford
10-23-2023 12:38 PM

By BEN CONANT

Still riding their homecoming high, the Conant field hockey team kept their momentum going Wednesday afternoon with an NHIAA Division III tournament first-round win over visiting Kearsarge. The Orioles started their home slate back in September with a...

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