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  • Monadnock school officials are already in budget talks

    Monadnock school officials are already in budget talks By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2014  SWANZEY CENTER — While school only started today in the Monadnock Regional School District, officials are already looking at a level-funded budget for the 2015-16 year. They’re also thinking about some major upgrades for at least one […]

  • Monument on common to honor Troy man – Pete Trudelle

    Monument on common to honor Troy man by Steve Gilbert; Posted on Keene Sentinel: Thursday, August 21, 2014 It’s been 51 years now, so a monument on Troy Common is long overdue. Perhaps it’s best to first know something about the man who will be honored with this memorial, John William “Pete” Trudelle, for insight […]

  • Tuesday, August 12 School Board Meeting

    Monadnock district’s public comment policy to go to lawyer for review By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 12:00 pm GILSUM — What started off as an uneventful Monadnock Regional School Board meeting Tuesday night quickly turned controversial as board members fought over proposals and motions ranging from reviewing policies to […]

  • Monadnock school district’s superintendent to resign

    By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff Posted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 12:00 pm SWANZEY CENTER — As Monadnock Regional School District officials continue to deal with one crisis after another in recent months, its superintendent is calling it a day. Leo P. Corriveau, 65, has submitted a resignation letter, effective Jan. 2, 2015. Corriveau joined the […]

  • Troy to argue cases of Monadnock funding formula before N.H. Supreme Court

    By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff Posted: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 12:00 pm SWANZEY CENTER — Call it a second chance and then some for the town of Troy. Troy officials will have two opportunities to argue before the N.H. Supreme Court why they believe the formula that determines how much member towns pay to the […]

  • Troy officials discover they can’t change gun laws; cancel hearing on ordinance

    By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff Posted: Saturday, June 21, 2014 8:00 am TROY — Town officials have discovered they don’t have the authority to further limit gun use near public places frequented by children. Troy Police Chief David B. Ellis had proposed an ordinance to make it a violation to shoot a gun, whether it’s […]

  • Monadnock community members tell board: We want change

    Monadnock community members tell board: We want change By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Wednesday, June 18, 2014 12:00 pm SWANZEY CENTER — Call it a mutiny on the Monadnock Regional School District ship. Or at least the beginning of it. More than 300 parents, teachers and community members crowded into the auditorium at […]

  • Troy taking school funding disagreement to N.H. Supreme Court

    By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Wednesday, May 14, 2014  SWANZEY CENTER — Troy’s dispute over its school district’s funding formula could go to the N.H. Supreme Court — twice. Troy officials sued the Monadnock Regional School District late last year, saying the new formula towns follow to determine how much the town owes […]

  • Judge dismisses Troy lawsuit

    Judge dismisses Troy lawsuit against Monadnock Regional School District By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Saturday, April 5, 2014 8:00 am A Cheshire County Superior Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit from the town of Troy seeking to overturn the funding formula used by communities to determine how much they owe the Monadnock Regional […]

  • 2014 Results of Voting for the Monadnock Regional School District

    Monadnock voters back warrant article to close Gilsum Elementary School By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 12:00 pm SWANZEY CENTER — First it was Surry, then it was Sullivan, and now the Monadnock Regional School District faces the question of whether to close a third school, this one in Gilsum. […]