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Deb Caplan builds a business out of her creative passion
04-15-2024 8:32 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

When she moved from Florida to New Hampshire in 2011, Deb Caplan, a lifelong creative, was thrilled to find that her new hometown of Peterborough was a major hub for for creativity and the arts in the Monadnock region.“I love living around here. There...

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Parker and Sons Coffee Roasting in Peterborough strives to create the perfect coffee
04-09-2024 1:52 PM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

Coffee-drinkers may find themselves wondering, “Why do I like some coffee and not others?”It’s this exact question that drove Mason Parker, the owner of Parker and Sons Coffee Roasting in Peterborough, to start researching the coffee-roasting process...


Parker and Sons Coffee Roasting in Peterborough strives to create the perfect coffee
04-09-2024 8:33 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

Coffee-drinkers may find themselves wondering, “Why do I like some coffee and not others?”It’s this exact question that drove Mason Parker, the owner of Parker and Sons Coffee Roasting in Peterborough, to start researching the coffee-roasting process...


Happy Hardware looks to put the fun in hardware shopping
04-02-2024 8:33 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

It may be hard to find a more appropriately named store in the area than Happy Hardware in New Ipswich, where de facto manager Lisa Belliveau makes sure people have the most fun they’ve ever had in a hardware store. “I don’t want anyone to ever come...


Grey Horse Candle Company opens Peterborough storefront
03-26-2024 8:35 AM

By CAMERON CASHMAN

Brian and Leyna Cannon, owners of the Grey Horse Candle Company, may have the best-smelling basement in the area.That’s because it’s where they pour and label their handmade candles, which are made with all-natural, locally sourced ingredients.“There...


BUSINESS QUARTERLY: Internet broadens work-from-home opportunities
01-23-2024 9:04 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS and ASHLEY SAARI

Lori Finn of Greenfield’s commute to work is about as far as she needs to walk to her home office – a far cry from the 120 miles it would take for her to drive to Russell Sage College in Troy, N.Y., where she is teaches behavioral analysis.Her job is...


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,”...


Business Quarterly: Nisa Simila – Don’t fear the IRS 
01-23-2024 9:00 AM

By NISA SIMILA

When you hear the word “taxes,” do you feel fear forming in the pit of your stomach? Does your heart start palpitating? Because of the way the IRS has been portrayed in the media, it’s no wonder that the IRS seems scary. However, you don’t have to be...


Business Quarterly: Andy Peterson – Market looks strong for 2024
01-23-2024 8:59 AM

By ANDY PETERSON

With the passing of a joyous holiday season, the chill of midwinter’s crystalline air surrounds us and our thoughts turn to plans and hopes for the coming year. With 2023 now in the rear-view mirror, I offer this real estate market update and forecast...


BUSINESS QUARTERLY: Schools, hospital look to hire, retain employees
01-23-2024 8:57 AM

By BILL FONDA

Looking ahead to the 2023-2024 school year, Jaffrey-Rindge Superintendent Reuben Duncan said the district would like to add six to 10 teachers – a couple math teachers, a science teacher, several special education teachers and likely another STEM...


BUSINESS: Kathleen Johnson brings Central Gold Key Realty to Centertown building in Peterborough
01-12-2024 1:50 PM

By BILL FONDA

Kathleen Johnson isn’t fully moved in at her new Central Gold Key Realty office overlooking Main Street on the second floor of the Centertown building in Peterborough.Although it’s on the list of businesses people would see if they walked by on the...


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...


BUSINESS: Earthly Elan opens in Mason
11-03-2023 8:13 AM

By AIDAN BEAROR

Offering sterling silver and gemstone jewelry, as well as a collection of New Hampshire-made crafts and goods, Earthly Elan also offers a space for people to duck in, drink coffee, design and relax.The store opened Oct. 7, and is the culmination of...


BUSINESS QUARTERLY: Former educator describes changes caused by technology
10-18-2023 3:24 PM

By AIDAN BEAROR

Technology has dramatically impacted the way schools operate over the past 30 years.The introduction of smartphones, internet access and more recently open artificial intelligence (AI) have brought sweeping changes to classrooms and the way...


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...


BUSINESS QUARTERLY: New Hampshire teachers report quitting over school climate, low pay
10-17-2023 9:00 AM

By ETHAN DEWITT

Michael Whaland knows New Hampshire’s teacher staffing challenges better than most: He wrote his dissertation about it. As part of his doctor of education degree at Plymouth State University in 2020, Whaland, a former teacher, spent months studying...


BUSINESS QUARTERLY: Challenges and opportunities at independent schools
10-17-2023 9:00 AM

By JESSECA TIMMONS

TJ Mackey, head of The Well School in Peterborough, said there is misconception that independent schools such as Well, Dublin School, Dublin Christian Academy, Mountain Shadows School in Dublin and High Mowing School in Wilton compete with public...


BUSINESS QUARTERLY: Dublin Christian Academy celebrates 60th year
10-17-2023 9:00 AM

By BETHANY PAQUIN

An exchange of letters that began in 1963 brought together three families around a shared vision for a Christian high school where students could receive an education centered on the Bible.Nelson and Ruth Blount, who had made a fortune in the seafood...


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...


BUSINESS: Wade Wallace takes over Bennington Garage from Joe MacGregor
09-15-2023 9:17 AM

By AIDAN BEAROR

The Bennington Garage has changed hands after 40 years of Joe MacGregor's leadership. New owner Wade Wallace – a ConVal graduate from Greenfield – understands the importance of staying true to the roots of the business. Wallace and his wife Nicole are...


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...

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