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About Keene, New Hampshire:
Keene is a very hospitable and bustling city of 22,500 residents. A family-friendly place, there are many activities throughout the year to enjoy. Each year the Pumpkin Festival brings thousands to Keene’s downtown. Other events that take place on an annual basis are the Tree Lighting Ceremony on Central Square, the New Year’s Eve Celebration, the Ice and Snow Fest and many others. Keene has a thriving retail and industrial base, and many fine restaurants and eateries to enjoy. With an expansive public library, well-maintained parks, many wonderful hiking trails and bicycle paths, a good school system and a community minded local government; Keene is truly an excellent place to call home. The official Keene labor market area, covering southwestern NH, has a civilian labor force of about 44,000. At the start of the century, Keene produced automobiles. Its factories have also made chairs, hats, shoes, woolen blankets and countless other products. Today, there’s no single dominant employer. The area hosts a wide variety of high-tech manufacturing, ball bearings, machine tools and printing technology, among other industries. There are many places in Keene to soak up some culture. The Keene State College Redfern Arts Center on Brickyard Pond is one of several centers for the performing arts. A film society also screens movies in an unusually sophisticated theater that can show 70mm films. The nonprofit Colonial Theatre on Main Street offers movies, concerts and shows. Singers and musicians perform at a number of other places in and around Keene. If your interest is sports Keene offers a wide variety of spectator sports, and participatory activities covering nearly every level of physical challenge from a walk in a park to a white water kayak run.
HISTORY: Keene has been a county seat since New Hampshire was divided into counties in 1769. Keene was settled after 1736. The town was attacked and burned during the French and Indian War. It was originally known as Upper Ashuelot, was chartered in 1753 and became a city in 1874. It is named in honor of British diplomat Sir Benjamin Keene. The Elm City combines the beauty of the New England countryside with progressive industrial development, strong zoning regulations and a wide variety of modern community services.
Keene is the home of outstanding medical facilities, cultural resources and educational institutions. Its Southwestern N.H. Fire Mutual Aid network has been a national model for emergency communications centers, and it serves a wide twin-state region. So does the city-owned Dillant-Hopkins Airport, located in North Swanzey. Bordered by low hills on every side, Keene is dominated at its center by Central Square and the beautiful United Church of Christ, which has been the square’s focal point since 1787. The railroad’s arrival in 1848 made Keene an industrial community known for production of furniture, flannel, pottery and other items. Earlier it had been the site of an important glass industry, examples of which are to be seen in its local museum and throughout the country. Keene, New Hampshire has the widest main street in the world along Route 101A. and is home to Keene State College.
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Keene includes the friendly communities of Woodgate Views, Wright Estate, Drummer Hill, Stonehouse, Meadowlands, Chestnut Green, Summit Ridge, Willowbrook, West Keene, Skyline, Court Street Condos, Base Hill Condos, Farmstead Commons and Union Square. Remember, Keene is sometimes spelled as Keene, Keane, Keen, Kean, Kane, Cane or Kene. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Carol Slocum. Making a Difference