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Roll out the red carpet for Pierce Elementary School of Bennington, New Hampshire. Students from Jennifer Sutton’s third-grade class were feat…

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When Tedd Benson landed in New England as a young carpenter, he began working on old timber frame buildings in Massachusetts. He soon became e…

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I made a number of predictions to start the year. Not among them was a protracted war in Ukraine that included conducting war crimes as a strategy. I expected Russia to invade Ukraine. But like most, I also expected a quick end to the conflict with the world returning to its previous state o…


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The struggles facing communities dealing with the impact of COVID-19 on personal lives, jobs and businesses are well documented. With this in mind, the organizers of Radically Rural, the summit that showcases ideas of importance to small cities and towns, will stage its event this year on on…

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Galloway real estate staff on the steps in front of their office in Walpole, N.H.

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Kristin Brooks is something of a matchmaker, not for affairs of the heart, but for professional development.

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Just about four years ago, Vanessa Calkins took a leap. 

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WESTMINSTER, Vt. — On a damp, gray February morning, Crystal Card’s office is a spot of warmth on a Westminster hillside.

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Drew Dodson has always enjoyed tackling problems.

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Dr. Aalok Khole didn’t intend to be a local envoy of pandemic expertise, a calm, reassuring presence through the nadir of COVID-19 and its sub…

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The Monadnock Sustainability Hub has a lofty goal. It wants to help communities across the Monadnock Region meet all their energy needs with renewable energy by 2030. As if that’s not lofty enough, the Hub hopes to see all of the region’s heating and transportation needs met by renewables by 2050.


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In the face of COVID-19, pressure on a global scale has made it obvious that a changed economy is imminent. On a local level, businesses are confronting an “innovate or exit” reality and are thinking carefully about their next steps. Hope, it seems, lives in an altered, or could we even say …


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Radically Rural kicks off its first-ever online event on Sept. 24 at 8 a.m. Event hosts, The Hannah Grimes Center and The Keene Sentinel hope the event will incite the sharing and shaping of ideas that will drive change, prosperity, sustainability and connection in and among small towns and …

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Right off the bat, the nonprofit sector was one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, with 92% of those organizations who responded to a New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits survey said that they’d had a loss in revenue, more than 61% of responders having suspended some operations and more than…

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Med Kopczynski, Keene’s director of economic development initiatives and special projects, says progress may have slowed due to the pandemic, but projects are not being canceled or shelved. He notes that the city has a list of capital improvement projects that could become candidates for pot…

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The COVID-19 data on the hospitality industry is dire, catastrophic, really, with $800 million lost so far since the pandemic reached New Hampshire; roughly half of the industry’s 70,000 employees have been laid off or furloughed, according to New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association…

I’m a relatively novice runner. While I’ve had the chance to run a few 5K races in the region throughout the years, the half-marathon of the C…

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