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Aurore Eaton's Looking Back: Eliza Eaton, a woman of whom poets dream
Buried in a plot in the southeast section of the Valley Cemetery is Eliza Eaton, one of Manchester's early mill girls.
Sat May 18, 2013
Hancock trio creates book to help rescue pet birds
"It's an all-Hancock production," author Sy Montgomery, right, says of her new book, "Snowball the Dancing Cockatoo." Montgomery is seen before a Thursday reading at the Hancock Library with the book's publisher, Sarah Bauhan, left, and its illustrator Judith Oksner.
Thu May 16, 2013
Weekend Top 10 Planner
Sunday, May 19, 2013 There are all sorts of outdoor activities going on this weekend - from a puppet parade in Peterborough to a "Be Kind" Festival in the White Mountains.
Wed May 15, 2013
Executive Council rejects Pan Am bid for state-owned railroad track
Councilor Chris Sununu, R-District 3, accused the three-member majority of "trying to play favorites," in a reference to State Rep.
N.H. House panel votes to kill casino bill; full vote next week
A special House committee charged with researching gambling voted by the narrowest margin Wednesday against legalizing a casino in New Hampshire.
Tue May 14, 2013
Peterborough: Crash into pole closes Route 202
Route 202 near New Hampshire Ball Bearings was closed briefly Monday night, after a car went off the road and knocked down a utility pole.
Wilton-Lyndeborough: Bergeron finalist to lead WLC
Working in a smaller school district sounds attractive to two educators with close ties to the Monadnock region who are the finalists for the school superintendent post in the Wilton-Lyndeborough School District.
Mon May 13, 2013
Jaffrey: The mountain that shaped our region
Jackie Stetser, a board member of Rabbit Ear Films, left, and Donna Kluk, right, at the summit of Mount Monadnock on January 1, 2013.
PETERBOROUGH: Testing their skills
Local Cub Scouts gather for their annual Chuck Wagon, where they learn a bevy of new skills during a themed gathering.
Letter: Fire awareness saved our facility
On Wed., May 1, we were the fortunate recipients of support from eight local volunteer fire departments.
Peterborough: ZBA approves sign at business park on 202
A 79-square-foot sign for the Brookstone Business Center will soon be going up at the corner of Route 202 and Vose Farm Roads, following Zoning Board of Adjustment approval of a variance on May 6. The sign, which will replace two smaller signs on the property, will identify tenants in the former Brookstone building and the former NEBS building.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Some more on the a hidden gemsa in the community
Recently we've had conversations about hidden gems in the community, and perhaps I should explain my vision of what one is.
Sun May 12, 2013
Monadnock Music announces 2013 Summer Festival
Tickets go on sale at the end of this coming week for the 2013 Summer Festival run by Monadnock Music In Peterborough, New Hampshire.
Fri May 10, 2013
Peterborough: Two candidates up for one ZBA seat in Peterborough
In one of just two contested races on Tuesday's ballot, two residents with experience in zoning issues are seeking a seat on the Zoning Board of Adjustment.
Thu May 09, 2013
Monadnock Music reveals packed season lineup
July 14 male soprano Michael Maniaci opens Monadnock Music Festival's 2013 season with an all-Mozart orchestra concert at the Peterborough Town House.
Lyndeborough: Connected by music
N'Camara Abou Sylla came to Lyndeborough Central School on Wednesday to see a good friend, third-grader Jack Snow, and to show his appreciation.
Wed May 08, 2013
Bennington: DOT: Leishman's bid to lease tracks is incomplete
A selection committee will meet in Concord on May 15 to select a bid that determines who will lease an 18-mile stretch of railroad tracks that runs from Bennington to Milford, which has been used minimally for decades.
Peterborough: Voting set for Tuesday, Wednesday
Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the second session of the annual Town Meeting, where they'll elect town officials, decide whether to support an $11.9 million town budget and cast ballots on requests for $205,000 for two capital reserve funds.
Tue May 07, 2013
Mountain climber aims high despite blindness
If a blind person boards a bus and asks if someone is sitting in your seat, you'd better answer - or else you might end up with him sitting in your lap.
Mon May 06, 2013
Jaffrey: Rindge man, 21, injured, arrested following crash
A 2006 Kia Spectra was heavily damaged in a single-car crash on Michigan Road in Jaffrey on April 30.