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Old Homestead Farm in New Ipswich requests variance for short-term rental cabins
04-16-2024 8:31 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The owners of Old Homestead Farm in New Ipswich were back before the Zoning Board on Thursday seeking a new variance to expand a previously approved business on their farm by adding short-term rental cabins.The farm, owned by Chelsea and Ben Hatcher,...

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PHOTOS: Cleaning up Memorial Park
04-16-2024 8:16 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Mt. Monadnock Little League volunteers helped to clean up the ball field at Memorial Park in New Ipswich Saturday, as part of the town’s April town-wide cleanup, and in anticipation of the spring season.After a April snowstorm delayed the planned...


New Ipswich Congregational Church celebrates paying off mortgage
04-15-2024 10:57 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The New Ipswich Congregational Church celebrated a significant milestone Sunday, holding a celebratory lunch and a burning of the church’s mortgage note, after a major capital campaign to help pay off the church’s debt.Pastor Ken Whitson said the...


100+ Women Who Care schedule meeting in Peterborough
04-14-2024 8:00 AM

100+ Women Who Care Monadnock, a local giving circle, will hold its next quarterly meeting Thursday, April 18, at the Peterborough Town Library in the 1833 Room, 2 Concord St.Registration and mingling with refreshments will begin at 11:45 a.m., with...


Lectures will discuss black bears in New Hampshire
04-08-2024 11:43 AM

By ISABELLA MESSA

During the last lecture of the Peterborough Town Library’s “Naturally NH” winter series, Dan Bailey of New Hampshire Fish and Game recently discussed what residents can do to ensure the management, preservation and safety of black bears in the...


Letter: Women have the power
04-05-2024 11:34 AM

Women in this country have struggled to get the right to vote, since the American Revolution. Women like Abigail Adams, Susan B. Anthony and others too numerous to mention here have fought fearlessly on behalf of all women to have the right to...


Donated New Ipswich fire truck to get refurbishments
04-04-2024 8:01 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

A donated fire vehicle will be going out for refurbishment, after the Select Board approved a bid for the work on Tuesday night.Town Administrator Deb Deaton said the board had a scheduled bid opening on Tuesday for the work, but only received one...


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...


New Ipswich man converts limo into mobile sauna
04-02-2024 7:31 AM

Luke Moran of New Ipswich recently fulfilled a longtime dream by converting the back of a 1994 Lincoln Town Car limousine into a red cedar wood-fired sauna.Moran used scrap wood from other sauna construction jobs, installed a stove and chimney and...


Silver Scone neighbors file additional case with Housing Appeals Board
04-01-2024 8:34 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Neighbors of the Silver Scone Teas tea party events business in New Ipswich have filed a second appeal with the state’s Housing Appeals Board regarding the Zoning Board’s decision to uphold the Planning Board’s site plan approval of the business.A...


New Ipswich man charged with sexual assault
03-31-2024 8:31 AM

Jony Burgos Santiago, a 31-year-old New Ipswich resident, was arrested Wednesday on a felony warrant for aggravated felonious sexual assaultAccording to the Nashua Police Department, Santiago was also charged with a second count of aggravated...


Farms, businesses, donate Easter items to St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry in Greenville
03-27-2024 8:31 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

The St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry in Greenville has received donations of Easter dinner main dishes to help ease the costs for residents in the area.Director Kevin Little said the donations were “significant” and came from local businesses and...


Green Living: Early start to amphibian-crossing season
03-25-2024 8:01 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

As the weather warms, teams of citizen volunteers have been donning rain jackets and reflective vests, heading out on the rainy nights to escort amphibians from the woodlands where they spend most of the year, crossing roadways to wetlands and vernal...


100+ Women Who Care opens nominations
03-24-2024 7:00 AM

100+ Women Who Care Monadnock, a local giving circle, has opened nominations for a local nonprofit to receive more than $10,500 in donations.Being a member is not required to nominate a nonprofit. Nominations close April 3 at 5 p.m. The more-than-200...


New Ipswich Fire Chief Gary Somero proposes deputies step up upon his retirement
03-21-2024 8:33 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

After a narrow defeat at the polls of an article that would have created a full-time fire chief, code enforcement and building inspector position, New Ipswich Fire Chief Gary Somero appeared before the Select Board Tuesday to discuss the future of the...


Winter Chiller series concludes in New Ipswich
03-18-2024 1:00 PM

The fifth and final race in the Monadnock Regional Milers Winter Chiller series wrapped up with a 4.7-mile jaunt starting and finishing at BeFit fitness center in New Ipswich March 9. Winning on the hilly loop course was Mascenic alum Avery Traffie...


Mascenic budget, petition articles fail at polls
03-14-2024 8:31 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Mascenic will have a default budget for the next school year – a move that the School Board was advocating for – after an operating budget that had been cut by $1 million during the district’s deliberative session failed at the polls Tuesday.A series...


New Ipswich voters say no to full-time chief/inspector position
03-14-2024 7:30 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

On Tuesday, New Ipswich voters rejected a proposed new full-time position that would have combined the duties of the fire chief, code enforcement officer and building inspector, positions which currently are part-time duties that pay a stipend.There...


New Ipswich 33-lot subdivision plan continued
03-12-2024 8:18 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Discussion of proposed 33-lot subdivision plan at the intersection of Maki Road and Appleton Road was continued again by the Planning Board Wednesday, though the last-minute request to continue by the applicant resulted in a split decision, with some...


Old Homestead Farm proposes short-stay cabins to supplement event business
03-12-2024 8:18 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

A previously approved event business on Greenville Road may be seeking an expansion before it gets off the ground, adding short-stay cabins to a planned event venue.Ben and Chelsea Hatcher, owner of Old Homestead Farm in New Ipswich, appeared before...


Boynton Middle School student wins World War I uniform in essay contest
03-12-2024 8:16 AM

By ASHLEY SAARI

Boynton Middle School student Brook Sallila won a special prize from the New Ipswich Museum of History as the first-place winner of the museum’s “Why is History Important?” essay contest – a genuine uniform worn by a World War I soldier.Scott Kraska,...

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