HOMETOWN HEROES 2022

On a recent Friday morning, Cheryl Sweeney stepped through a tiny gate into the play area of the one-year-old classroom at Whole Child Center in...

Sarah Koutroubas’ son was only a toddler when he was first denied the resources he needed for his disability.Her son was diagnosed with Beckwith...

Growth is one of the greatest joys in life, and Kearsarge Neighborhood Partners facilitates much of it in the Kearsarge region.Just last month the...

Malinda Ritchie Weir of Chichester grew up poor in Pennsylvania.These days, however, she sees herself as a rich woman, immersing herself in a life...

Pam Smith remembers her son’s 6th birthday. She was in a panic at work because she had no money for a cake, let alone a gift. That’s when a co...

Good heroes often have tragic backstories. Sara Wagner is no exception.In 2003, her 15-year-old daughter and 17-year-old niece went over an ice...

It’s far easier to secure a ride from Beth Frost than convince her to talk about it.“I’m embarrassed,” Frost said recently by phone.She has old...

Whenever Zavya arrived at a nursing home to provide therapy, the faces of her charges would light up. She dried tears, prompted smiles and offered...

He can’t speak for the Freemasons, but when it comes to the Odd Fellows, David Lent of Epsom promises that there’s no clandestine, nefarious...

Ghanashyam “Ghana” Sharma Dahal has been helping refugee students and families in the Concord area for over a decade. So when the COVID-19 pandemic...

For more than four decades, Linda Woodward has cared for New Hampshire babies who need a safe place to stay.While most septuagenarian grandparents...

Every time curriculum coordinator Jule Finley directs a new theatrical production with the Franklin School District, she buys a new Funko pop...

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