Across the country and here in the Monadnock Region, baby boomers are reaching retirement age in record numbers. With people living longer, the population of older adults will spike, with the potential to overwhelm medical systems, retirement funds and local economies. With this series, The Sentinel introduces you to some of the people at the front end of what one public policy group calls "The Silver Tsunami," and shows you how their issues will become our issues, as we become a society that is... Growing Gray.
Eleanor M. Corbin never thought there would be a time when she wouldn’t live in her own home.
Geraldine “Gerry” Jeffery loves taking photographs.
Eleanor C. Ball knows the health care system well.
Ruth O. Warren’s first job was in the filing department at National Grange Mutual Insurance in Keene.
Laura J. Beck has been a teacher for most of her life.
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- Keene to buy a bridge for rail trail expansion
- Cheshire Medical plans to start residency program to boost primary care
- Brush fire destroys barn in Hinsdale
- Spectrum outage affects customers in NH, Maine
- Monadnock school board votes to delay full reopening to May 3
- Hillsboro restaurant plans to move to Keene airport space
- Firefighters battling Hinsdale house, garage fire
- The Piazza adds location in West Keene
- Hubbard plans $20M expansion of Walpole facility