Peterborough inns losing out on corporate business While the Monadnock area’s inns and bed and breakfasts serve the vacationing and tourism community, it’s losing out when it comes to government and business lodging.“Our tourism season is really between May and November,” said Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce Director Sean Ryan. “It’s corpor...
Areas without access to high-speed internet limit ability to work from home Dublin resident Carol Monroe is one of many in the Monadnock region who cannot work from home.Without reliable broadband in rural areas, many do not have the upload and/or download speeds or consistent connectivity to send emails, let alone stream Netflix and other high-definition video services. “I...
Apple orchards report on this year’s yields Apple picking is one of the most quintessential New England fall activities, but it may be a little harder to do this year in the Monadnock region.Wayne Colsia, who owns Paradise Farm in Lyndeborough with his wife Adrienne, said their apple orchard produced no yields this year. He suspects that’s be...
Stone Arch Bridge area becoming a hub It may be less than a quarter-mile away, but a potential move for Cafe 532 and Deli in Jaffrey could have large impacts in the community.Owner Peter Constant said Monday morning that he is in the process of negotiating to move his business from 16 Colls Farm Road to 79 Hadley Road, the building that...
New group of start-up backers It’s the main and immediate concern of every entrepreneur looking to start a business: Finding the money to do it with. And after watching innovators leave town because they couldn’t get their businesses off the ground, a group of investors wants to be a source for that start-up funding.“We’ve seen...
Monadnock business and community leaders, students, educators and interested residents are invited to a site tour and public meeting on May 3, 2017. The proposed site at the former Brookstone Building, 9 Vose Farm Road, [...]
ONE OF THE TOUGHEST PROBLEMS faced by advanced manufacturing companies is keeping ahead of the curve. The road to high-paying jobs is paved with research that continuously adds competitive advantage to companies' products. The new [...]
2015-11-09T16:07:25+00:00 November 9th, 2015|Categories: Community News|
Chris Anderson lived in California when he met his wife artist Anna Von Mertons, but he fell in love with Peterborough, New Hampshire when he visited her family home there. It took several years, but [...]
2015-11-09T15:41:59+00:00 November 9th, 2015|Categories: Business News|
Although Hyndsight’s hardened rear-view cameras have only been on the market since October, 2014, the company has already had two buy-out offers. “It’s a requirement of purchase that the company stay in Peterborough,” says founder [...]
2015-10-13T19:24:51+00:00 October 13th, 2015|Categories: Business News|
As products increasingly vanish into information, software and smartphones, villages see new opportunities and challenges. Warehouses empty as just-in-time deliveries erase the need for storage. Roads become less important than Internet highways. Products become easily [...]
2015-08-31T20:32:02+00:00 August 31st, 2015|Categories: Business News|
PETERBOROUGH — Rep. Annie Kuster, D-N.H., took a tour of what is soon to be the largest solar array in the state at the Peterborough waste water treatment plant Wednesday morning. The work has spawned [...]
2015-08-31T20:24:00+00:00 November 26th, 2014|Categories: Business News|
Several decades ago, an organization committed to Peterborough’s economic development attracted corporations with national footprints to the small southwestern New Hampshire town. George Sterling said Tuesday the Peterborough Industrial Development Corporation lured Brookstone, the National [...]