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Antrim travel weight limits begin March 4
03-01-2024 8:00 AM

Antrim roads will be posted for a six-ton weight limit effective Monday, March 4. Any overweight travel will require a waiver from the road agent.Anyone looking to haul or have heavy deliveries should contact the Antrim Highway Department at...

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American Legion Post 50 of Antrim schedules meeting
02-29-2024 8:00 AM

American Legion Post 50 of Antrim will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the post home on West Street.   All members, veterans and guests are welcome to attend.


‘T1Ds Are Tube-ular Mountain Meetup’ looks to connect people with Type 1 diabetes
02-28-2024 8:28 AM

By AIDAN BEAROR

On Sunday, March 3, members and loved ones of the Type 1 diabetes (T1D) community will gather at Granite Gorge in Keene for a day of fun in the snow.With diabetes an obstacle to many due to dietary and lifestyle restrictions, the “T1Ds Are Tube-ular...


Antrim Grange sponsors candidates night
02-27-2024 9:03 AM

Antrim Grange is hosting the annual Meet the Candidates Night Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. at the Antrim Town Hall.The voters of Antrim are invited to come and hear candidates running for local office share their messages before the town voting day...


Local restaurant owners have a passion for food and community
02-23-2024 12:02 PM

By ISABELLA MESSA

Although Rick & Diane’s in Antrim, Fiddleheads Cafe in Hancock and Del Rossi’s Trattoria in Dublin make different kinds of food, but the restaurants have plenty in common.Bill O’Mahony, one of the owners of Del Rossi’s, an Italian restaurant, said it...


Antrim residents will vote on downtown TIF district
02-14-2024 11:15 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

Antrim will start the process of creating a downtown Tax Increment Finance (TIF) district if voters approve two linked warrant articles to be presented at Town Meeting on Thursday evening, March 14.TIF districts earn revenue for towns by capturing tax...


Peterborough-based FIRST Tech Challenge team headed to state competition
02-14-2024 9:42 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

Team Inconceivable, a Peterborough-based FIRST Tech Challenge team, is headed for the FIRST Tech Challenge state robotics competition at NHTI in Concord on Saturday with their 30-pound robot “Inconceivable.”“We love making robots,” said team member...


Antrim Grange Hall added to state register
02-13-2024 9:22 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

The Grange Hall in Antrim was one of five new properties added to the New Hampshire Register of Historic Places, according to a recent announcement from the state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.“The building is important as an example of...


PHOTOS: James A. Tuttle Library in Antrim hosts chili cook-off
02-05-2024 10:12 AM

Antrim’s James A. Tuttle Library hosted a community chili cook-off on Saturday. The winning pot of chili was made by Avery and Grayson Tommila. Amy Mullaly and Fletcher Novotny tied for second place.  


Meg Gourley – Warned out of town: a New England curiosity
02-02-2024 12:54 PM

By MEG GOURLEY

Many New Hampshire towns were originally set up by emigres from Massachusetts. As such, the Massachusetts legislature wanted towns set up a certain way; they had to be roughly six miles square and broken up into about 63 lots, with one set aside to...


Dog rescued from Mill Pond in Antrim
02-02-2024 11:47 AM

Antrim firefighters and police officers rescued a dog from Mill Pond Wednesday.According to an announcement from Antrim Fire Department, firefighters were dispatched at 1:54 p.m. for a dog in the water in Mill Pond behind Antrim Town Hall.Firefighters...


Perry Family Dental Care staff in Antrim evacuate due to smell
01-31-2024 10:59 AM

By BILL FONDA

Employees at Perry Family Dental Care evacuated Tuesday morning after staff members who came to open for the day thought they smelled propane.Fire Chief Marshall Gale said employees left the building and called 911 after noticing the smell. After...


PHOTOS: A winter walk in Antrim
01-31-2024 10:10 AM

Lisa Johnson took a series of photos while walking on West Street late Monday afternoon.


American Legion Post 50 of Antrim schedules meeting
01-30-2024 9:22 PM

American Legion Post 50 of Antrim will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the post home on West Street.Myers-Prescott-Olson Post 50 is one of the original posts, chartered in 1918 at the end of World War I, when the American...


Antrim Community Board members reflect on first two years
01-26-2024 8:19 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

The Antrim Community Board (ACB), formed in 2021, was the first community board in New Hampshire, and it is still the only one.“We’re just special,” joked Helene Newbold, who has been on the ACB since 2022. New Hampshire law allows cities and towns to...


Christopher Stultz of Antrim pleads guilty to faking disability for veterans benefits
01-25-2024 8:00 PM

An Antrim man pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to faking a disability to improperly receive $662,871.77 in veterans benefits.According to a statement from U.S. Attorney Jane E. Young’s office, Christopher Stultz, 49, pleaded guilty to one...


Tuttle Library in Antrim participating in children’s day
01-24-2024 9:11 AM

Antrim's Tuttle Library is participating in the 13th annual Take Your Child to the Library Day Saturday, Feb. 3.The day, which celebrates the importance of the library to children and families includes free events and activities. For information,...


Antrim Grange celebrates Robert Burns Night
01-23-2024 12:58 PM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

The traditional Piping In the Haggis was just one part of the Robert Burns Night celebration hosted by the Antrim Grange Saturday night in Antrim.More than 80 people attended the event, including musicians, volunteers and guests. Bagpiper Marc...


BUSINESS QUARTERLY: Broadband availability increases real estate attractiveness
01-23-2024 9:03 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

The availability of high-speed internet has become one of the driving factors in attracting new residents to  settle in the Monadnock region, giving some towns a competitive advantage for people who work or attend school remotely. “People expect it,”...


PHOTOS: Getting out the (write-in) vote in Antrim
01-22-2024 3:19 PM

Although President Joe Biden is not contesting the New Hampshire Democratic primary, his supporters are urging people to write his name in on Tuesday, including a gathering in Antrim on Friday.


Great Brook School classrooms compete in ‘Random Acts of Respect’ game
01-19-2024 11:28 AM

Great Brook School students recently participated in a “Random Acts of Respect” (RAoR) game to practice the core value of respect.During the two weeks before the holiday break, students in GBS competed to complete the most random acts of respect...

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