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Peterborough, New Hampshire is located in Hillsborough County. Zip codes in Peterborough, NH include 03458. The median home price in Peterborough is $242,000. More Peterborough information.

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2 hrs ago | Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough: Master plan survey in works

Peterborough's Master Plan Steering Committee will be enlisting the public to help shape the town's future by provide the committee with feedback about how the "vision" chapter of the town's plan should read. In the near future, the committee will be releasing a survey to "stakeholders" in Peterborough, which, according to a draft of the survey, are full and part-time residents, businesses owners, employees, and others.

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2 hrs ago | Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough doctor's license suspended

A Peterborough podiatrist, with a second practice in Concord, had his state medical license temporarily suspended, according to a press release issued by the N.H. Attorney General on Thursday. "The [N.H. Board of Registration in Podiatry] found that Dr. Newcott's practice, as currently operated, poses an imminent threat to the life, safety, and/or health of his patients," reads the press release from Attorney General Joseph Foster.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough doctor's license suspended

A Peterborough podiatrist, with a second practice in Concord, had his state medical license temporarily suspended, according to a press release issued by the N.H. Attorney General on Thursday. "The [N.H. Board of Registration in Podiatry] found that Dr. Newcott's practice, as currently operated, poses an imminent threat to the life, safety, and/or health of his patients," reads the press release from Attorney General Joseph Foster.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Foster's Daily Democrat

Officials suspend podiatrist's license to practice

A New Hampshire medical board has suspended the license of a Pembroke podiatrist who has offices in Concord and Peterborough. Attorney General Joseph Foster said Thursday that Dr. Edward Newcott's license was suspended immediately due to concerns over his infection control practices.

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UnionLeader.com

Teen driver airlifted after Rindge crash

A teen driver was flown to a Massachusetts hospital Wednesday for possible head trauma after rolling the truck he was operating on Route 119, according to Rindge police.

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UnionLeader.com

Peterborough gearing up for 275th celebration this autumn

Events will kick off Friday, Oct. 10, with a performance of Ken Sheldon's humorous "Frost Heaves," followed on Saturday, Oct. 11, by a parade, an exhibit at Monadnock Center for History and Culture, an appearance by Col.

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UnionLeader.com

Dave Eggar and his band Deoro headed to Peterborough

SOMETHING'S AFOOT: Cello-music innovator Dave Eggar and his band Deoro will play The Monadnock Center for History and Culture's Music in Bass Hall series at 7:30 p.m. Friday at 19 Grove St., Peterborough.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Primary results are in, as region readies for General Election

Democrats Peter Leishman, the incumbent, and Ivy Vann of Peterborough have won the primary for two state representative seats in Hillsborough District 24, which includes Peterborough, edging out fellow Democratic candidate Kath Allen. Gary Carpenter of Peterborough has said he is seeking election as an Independent candidate, and will be on the ballot with Leishman and Vann in November.

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough: Meditation center may grow

The Planning Board has begun to look at a plan to expand a mediation center on Route 101 in Peterborough. There is currently one house at the Temple Mountain Buddhist Meditation Center which is home to a Buddhist monk living on the property.

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough: Farmland now eligible for alternative uses

The Planning Board adopted a process that will allow local farms to use their land for alternative uses, such as weddings, farm dinners and educational purposes. In an interview Wednesday, Planning Board Chair Ivy Vann said that the process is a "bureaucratic piece of paper" that fills in some of the gaps left by an ordinance adopted by the town in March.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough: Two dams of cultural significance are up for inspection

When Rodney Bartlett first spoke to the public about inspecting the two-centuries-old Transcript Dam downtown and the North Village Dam, the director of public works proposed breaching one of the dams, if found too costly to repair.

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough: Task force to review town's - picking' policy

Town Administrator Pamela Brenner presented several scenarios about a 30-year-old copper pot at the Select Board's meeting Tuesday to illustrate her office's concerns about the practice of "picking" at the Recycling Center.

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

State rep hopefuls have had their say

Residents of RiverMead were given the opportunity to ask questions of the three candidates jockeying for the two open seats for Peterborough's state representatives, with the gas tax, living wages and the state's contribution to local education the top topics of discussion.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Court log, Sept. 2, 2014

Jason Eddy, 32, Jaffrey, theft by deception, commitment to the House of Correction for 120 days, served by two consecutive weekends from Aug. 29 to Aug. 31 and Sept.

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Retail stores in downtown Peterborough are wrapping up the summer season.

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced two weeks ago that total retail sales in July were 3.7 percent higher than July of last year, another indication the hangover of the recession is nearing an end.

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough: Lending an ear

Hope Pettegrew of Hancock has never missed a Peterborough Players' show. Even when her hearing started to fail in the 1990s, she soldiered on, still attending even when she was getting most of the dialogue from her husband sitting next to her, instead of hearing it firsthand.

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough: Recycled cassette is link to a family's past

At the Mini Mall, Caitlin Selby discovered a cassette tape of Swift Corwin's poetry he recorded over 20 years ago.

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UnionLeader.com

Rosaly Bass' Peterborough kitchen garden grew to a certified organic 25-acre farm

What started as a kitchen garden when Rosaly Bass moved to Peterborough and married Perkins Bass in the 1970s has grown to 25 certified-organic acres.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Antrim/Peterborough: Making a splash with a cool challenge

ANTRIM/PETERBOROUGH: Local groups get in on the fun of the 'ice bucket challenge,' raising money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis research About 30 Great Brook School staff threw ice water on themselves in the name of the ice bucket challenge in support of ALS research, calling out their other district schools.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Peterborough: NHIA merger talk on hold, for now

The N.H. Institute of Art, which absorbed the Sharon Arts Center in 2012, announced a week ago that lackluster enrollment has put the college in a financial hole, and it is speaking with Southern New Hampshire University in Hookset about merging with them.

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