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Byline: By ABBE HAMILTON

On a hot day in early August, Luis was constructing a metal food preparation table at the Phaze Welding Technology Center in Peterborough. The...

Virtual meetings became ubiquitous for town boards and committees over the past year. For some towns, the expiration of the state emergency order...

Antrim’s new fireworks and Tannerite ordinance is aimed at defining safe and responsible displays in advance of Independence Day.“We wanted...

Public waters without public access

6/30/21

New Hampshire has 928 public lakes and ponds throughout the state, in addition to public rivers and tidal areas. However, anyone following the oft...

A Hancock landowner is working with the town to negotiate a legal use for the two Mongolian-style yurts on his property after town officials...

ConVal settles lawsuit with tent company

5/26/21

ConVal recently reached a settlement in a lawsuit with local company Monadnock Tent & Event, and announced its terms in a press release on...

A trio of Dublin residents helped to bring a crew of painters safely to the ground after their lift stranded them high up against the Dublin...

Today, the tree-shaded cabins are just barely visible from busy Route 9 in Antrim, at the intersection with Clinton Road. Not so long ago, however,...

Local chambers of commerce are urging patrons to respect the wishes of local businesses that are continuing with mask mandates even after the state...

Orphaned animal? Call an expert

5/5/21

If you found a baby animal crying for help, what would you do? Discovering a baby animal in distress can bring out any number of good intentions...

There were no injuries after a piledriver tipped over an embankment at Peterborough’s Main Street Bridge worksite Thursday morning, but the...

Outdoor classrooms and nature-based schools picked up new followers during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the enthusiasm is continuing beyond the...

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