HOMETOWN HERO

Judy Tibbetts recalls that when she was interviewed for her first teaching job at Franklin High School back in 1970, the superintendent at the time...

At first glance, someone might figure Fallon Reed was nominated as a Hometown Hero for her years of work for the state, first at the Department of...

Nina Gardner’s fingerprints are all over Sanbornton.Few residents in town have spread themselves this thin. Gardner contributed to Sanbornton’s...

Every Tuesday evening, rain or shine, James Weber is there at the Bow Community Center dressed in his tan-colored Scoutmaster uniform. As the...

Melissa Goyait of Weare helps local students access college and career opportunities through a program that supports them long after high school...

Pierre Guillotte is a high school student with a mission to give back in his own small community through school projects and acts of service...

The mother and her three children hardly noticed the older gentleman getting his hair cut at a shop in Epping.Krista Butts, formerly of Bow, was...

After Kathleen Lang’s only child, Becky, died in a tragic car accident in 2005 on her way to graduate school in California, she was left empty and...

A hot meal is served at The Friendly Kitchen 365 days a year. With a slim staff and dedicated group of volunteers, the local soup kitchen has...

The world comes into focus when Maryann Cheung looks through her viewfinder.The Hillsborough photographer sees elements of small-town charm in her...

As has happened with past winners, the latest individual chosen for Hometown Hero status had no idea that he’d been nominated by an admirer.In this...

Joe Raycraft considered retiring from coaching a few years ago.He had already done so much by then. He was named Merrimack High School’s athletic...

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