Town Meeting Day

NH News
7:00 am
Mon March 10, 2014

Canterbury Residents To Decide What Makes A Farmstand

Canterbury selectman Tyson Miller wants the town to bring farmstand regulations more in line with the state.
Credit Amanda Loder / NHPR

While national interest in agriculture has declined over the past five years, the US Department of Agriculture reports a five percent increase in New Hampshire farms

And those farmers who open roadside farmstands reap the benefits of the local food movement.  But this traditional venture has become a point of contention—and an item on the Town Meeting ballot—for the town of Canterbury. 

What Makes A Farmstand A Farmstand?

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NH News
5:15 pm
Fri March 7, 2014

Does A Drive-Thru Change A Town? Dublin Must Decide

Freeman's hand-painted sign along Rt. 101 has sparked conversation about the future of Dublin.
Credit Todd Bookman / NHPR

Nestled at the base of Mount Monadnock, the town of Dublin remains a portrait of New England life. There’s no neon, no chains stores, not even a bank.

So, it was a bit curious when a sign popped up last month proclaiming the arrival of a Taco Bell. Hand-painted on plywood, it stands along Route 101 on the edge of property owned by Andy Freeman. He says it isn’t personal.

“Do I have a problem with Taco Bell? No, I don’t have any problem with Taco Bell at all,” says Freeman.

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NH News
12:08 pm
Tue March 12, 2013

Hudson Voters Weigh In On Senior Center

The town of Hudson wants to build a $1.8 million senior center on land it already owns at Benson Park.  On Tuesday, residents will cast their votes on whether to approve the funding.

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