Andover Pizza Chef Hosts Classic Car Show on Fourth

Press release

Andover’s Pizza Chef will be hosting a classic car show, that is cars over 20 years old. Owners are invited to participate and be a part of the town’s Fourth of July celebration. For more information, contact either Jim or Marie at 603 735-5002.

The Oak Room Opens in New London

Classic New England chophouse on Pleasant Lake

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The Oak Room Opens in New London

In late spring 2024, Green Heart Hospitality will open the doors to The Oak Room, a contemporary take on the classic American chophouse. The Oak Room is found nestled amongst the trees, located along the shores of Pleasant Lake in New London, New Hampshire, 1.5 miles north of Main Street within the historic Inn at […]

New Beacon Advertiser Offers Business Coaching; Does Public Speaking

Dulcee Loehn lives in Danbury with two rescue dogs

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New Beacon Advertiser Offers Business Coaching; Does Public Speaking

Dulcee, a visionary Certified FocalPoint Business Coach and the owner of FocalPoint Business Performance, Inc., is on a mission to ignite growth and success. With over 30 years of coaching experience and expertise in business management, organizational effectiveness, and leadership, Dulcee collaborates closely with businesses, unlocking their full potential. Her passion lies in empowering her […]

Coffee Shop, Cafe One East, Drives Traffic into Town of Warner

Celebrates one year under new ownership with interstate sign

Press release
Coffee Shop, Cafe One East, Drives Traffic into Town of Warner

The owners of Cafe One East in Warner, New Hampshire, gathered underneath the Rt 89, Exit 9 Southbound attractions sign for a quick celebratory photo. The newly installed sign is aimed at driving additional traffic into the heart of Warner. Warner is a small Main Street township with a population of about 3,000 residents. The […]

SCORE Mentor Shares Helpful Business Tips

May schedule of workshops

By Heather Turner

Online Marketing Tip : Remember to take advantage of your email signature. A good email signature should have your name, your business name, and website address and include any active social media channels you have.  Don’t forget you can also drive traffic to your blog or to current specials. Just adding a logo and “find […]

Forecasting New Hampshire’s Energy, Political, and Climate Future

No crystal ball required for this assessment

By Ken Wells

You can stand far above the countryside on the rocky outcrops of Mount Sunapee, Mount Kearsarge, or Ragged Mountain. On a sunny day, you may see all the way to a clear horizon. But with even such a sweeping outlook, the sources of the energy our busy lives demand are often hard to see and […]

Handmade Crepes Found in Downtown Franklin

Delicious breakfast and lunch crepes

By Susan Chase
Handmade Crepes Found in Downtown Franklin

The motto on the website for Downtown Crepes, located at 42 Franklin Street in Franklin, is, “You Might Love Them.” And I did, when I stopped recently to investigate this small, charming shop just off Central Street in downtown Franklin that I’d been curious about. I loved both the crepe I ate for a late breakfast, the […]

Maple Producers Association Touts Will-A-Way Maple Farm

Best maple syrup in state

By Barbara Mills Lassonde
Maple Producers Association Touts Will-A-Way Maple Farm

Where can you find the best maple syrup in New Hampshire? According to the New Hampshire Maple Producers Association, it’s Will-A-Way Maple Farm in South Newbury. James Gove and Melissa Storrs, proprietors of Will-A-Way Maples, recently took first place in the Carlisle Competition at the Association’s annual meeting in Plymouth. In order to compete for […]

Fournier’s Barber Shop Grows with Franklin

Shop on Central Street opens early

By Ken Wells

First thing in the morning, most businesses on Franklin’s Central Street were just opening up, but some were earlier risers. Right next door to Brother’s Donuts, Fournier’s Barber Shop was already plying their trade in sharp haircuts and flowing conversation when I walked in. The first customer of the day was getting a haircut and […]

Amy Fecteau of Cedartree Farm Says “The Earth is my Church.”

Their farm provides local meat and vegetables

By Mario Ratzki
Amy Fecteau of Cedartree Farm Says “The Earth is my Church.”

“The earth is my church,”says Amy Fecteau of Cedartree Farm located at 262 Franklin Road in Salisbury. Since 2017, when Amy and husband Stephen first opened their farm on their 10 acres of pastures in Salisbury, they have been working 7 days a week to provide meats and vegetables for the discerning buyers in Andover, […]

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