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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 …
Each rural town in America is a little different — they all have something that makes them unique. And yet, when it comes to economic development and revitalization, many rural towns and cities face similar challenges: retention of young people, access to high-quality jobs, affordable housin…
Last year the Historical Society of Cheshire County in Keene, New Hampshire, ran all its programming and festivals in the old-fashioned way — in-person and often in crowds.
The LOR Foundation works to find and offer community-driven solutions to local problems across Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico.
Say the names Ted McGreer and Luca Paris in the Keene area and you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who hasn’t visited their downtown businesses, or, more importantly, isn’t familiar with their efforts to support each other and their community.
Banks don’t always want to look at companies like ours that are just starting up and making what seems like a niche product in an emerging industry,” says Adam Hamilton, COO of Nuttin Ordinary, the first 100% plant-based cheese manufacturer in New England.
The New Hampshire Business Finance Authority (BFA) was created to foster economic development and employment in New Hampshire. The BFA accomplishes these objectives by working with New Hampshire’s banking, business and economic development sectors to develop and implement programs that expa…
The Fenton Family Dealerships, based in East Swanzey, has dramatically expanded over the company’s more than 33 years, and with that growth has been a blossoming commitment to local causes.
Since its founding in 1964, Antioch University New England (AUNE) has a history of high academic standards, integration of work and study and commitment to underserved populations, intertwined with the New England traditions of selfreliance, local values and private action for the public goo…
Seven years ago, Deb Brown landed a job as the director of the Chamber of Commerce in Webster City, Iowa. The town’s 8,000 residents were still reeling from the closure of a major manufacturing plant that had previously employed 2,000 people. As Brown drove into Webster City, she passed 14 e…
Even though there are more than 40,000 cooperatives in the United States and 3 million worldwide, many would be surprised to learn their community is probably home to more than simply those with the word “co-op” in the name.
It’s a familiar activity for many: picking up eggs, honey or vegetables at a local farm stand or spending a Saturday morning at a favorite farmers’ market.
The deregulation of the energy market in several states, including New Hampshire, opened the door to competitive pricing and choice for the consumer going back to the early 1990s.
The arts are manifested in many forms through various mediums and shaped by distinctive creative minds. Resiliency, too, is obtainable in a myriad of ways.