New Ipswich cemeterya s future is anybody guess after state objects to graves
Now town officials are trying to put pieces of the puzzle together to find out if the graves are on town-owned land or land acquired by the state.
New Ipswich man burned in garage fire, flown to Boston
Shortly before 3 pm on Monday, firefighters were dispatched to a home at 258 Turnpike Road for a reported garage fire, according to Deputy Fire Chief Meredith Lund.
Sun May 19, 2013
Town may have to fix grave error
Some graves in New Ipswich may have to be moved after the state's Dam Bureau determined that the cemetery has encroached on flood control lands.
Mon May 13, 2013
Quite a catch
Sheena Traffie, 6, of New Ipswich, casts her line in Cemetery Pond during the New Ipswich Fishing Derby on Saturday.
Mon May 06, 2013
New Ipswich: Does store fit in rural town?
While the Zoning Board expressed doubts that a large retail store could comfortably coexist with the intent of local zoning ordinances made to keep downtown a small and rural area, Dollar General representatives say that this offer may be the only chance the local school district has of selling the old Central Elementary School on Turnpike Road.
Reading Together: Chapter 3: Another Story Heard From
Today, we publish the third chapter of an ongoing children's book written by New Ipswich author Emily Chetkowski and illustrated by young artists from Highbridge Hill Elementary School.
Thu May 02, 2013
Sharon: Town enters wind debate
The town's Select Board members are backing their neighbors in Temple and New Ipswich, who are attempting to keep the decision-making process on a wind turbine project on Kidder Mountain in local hands.
Editorial: Cops start-up hits too close to home
Much public interest in recent months has focused on gun safety, school safety and government protection from mass violence.
Wed May 01, 2013
Staging a C.S. Lewis classic
Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, meets Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, when she walks through the wardrobe and into Narnia for the first time.
New Ipswich: Cops offer drug detection insights
Some warning signs of drug use are obvious. Sudden change in grades or work performance, a complete change in social groups, bloodshot eyes and mood swings - these are all warning signs that people, especially parents, are warned to be mindful of.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
New Ipswich: Finding a new life through flowers
Seven years ago, Ara Lynn of New Ipswich had to say good bye to her old career. After beating breast cancer, her job doing custom tractor repair, with all the heavy lifting involved and the fumes she had to deal with, just didn't fit with her new health limitations.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Two sides in alleged Ponzi scheme suit near agreement
Two sides in a civil suit over an alleged Ponzi scheme that cost investors millions appear to be headed for a settlement, but not one that will get the accused perpetrator off the hook.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: The sights, smells and sounds of sugaring in NH
In early April, I was delighted to receive a letter from our dear reader-friend Anne Somero of New Ipswich.