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NWS: Monadnock received the most rain

Cabinet News

KEENE – July’s soggy weather certainly put a deserved damper on the region’s drought problem. The month of July was one of the wettest on record and towns like Jaffrey and Keene helped establish the Monadnock region as one of the wettest parts of the Granite State. According to ...

Lyndeborough Class VI road policy discussed at meeting

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – Changing or updating the town’s policy for building on Class VI and pri-vate roads will be discussed at a joint meeting with the Planning Board before it is adopted. In the meantime, the present policy will continue in effect. A date for the meeting was not named. Class VI ...

Alene Candles expands New Hampshire operations

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Alene Candles, one of the nation’s leading full-service contract and private-label candle manufacturers, is expanding its New Hampshire operations with the opening of a new warehouse facility in Amherst, New Hampshire. The new facility will add 12 new positions and nearly 200,000 ...

Select board still hasn’t settled Wilton police pay scale issue

Cabinet News

WILTON – Use of an additional $30,000 approved by town meeting voters in June for recruitment and retention of police officers has not yet been settled after numerous meetings, both in public and in non-public sessions. At the regular meeting of the Select Board on Monday, Aug. 2, little ...