P/sunny
46°
P/sunny
Hi 59° | Lo 34°

Just Posted

Today at 06:15AM
Passenger in car that stuck bicyclist charged as well

WEYBRIDGE, Vt. (AP) - The passenger in a car that struck and killed a bicyclist in Weybridge, Vermont last week has been charged, in addition to the car's driver.

Today at 05:49AM
25 vets head to DC to view WW II Memorial

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Twenty-five World War II veterans are heading to Washington to visit the national monument to their sacrifices and the war they fought.

Today at 05:23AM
Judicial branch wants to streamline felony process

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Judicial Branch wants to streamline how felony cases are handled, saving time and money and overhauling a process that dates back to when judges rode horses to court and grand juries convened only twice a year.

Today at 05:10AM
Business and Industry group honors local leaders

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire is honoring local business leaders next month.

Today at 05:07AM
UNH dairy farm getting recognition

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) - A University of New Hampshire dairy farm is getting high marks from state officials as a quality milk producer.

Today at 05:01AM
Lawmakers split on how well Shumlin has regained footing

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Some say he's down. Some say he's out. Gov. Peter Shumlin says he's neither.

Today at 05:01AM
Five takeaways from GOP hopefuls' New Hampshire happening

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) - Republican presidential candidates and hopefuls were in New Hampshire this weekend for a party conference, the first gathering of its kind this year in the first-in-the-nation primary state. Politicians already in the 2016 race or considering a run gave speeches, answered questions from voters and reporters and tested their campaign skills in stops across the state. Some things to know about the state of the race:

Today at 04:49AM
NOAA urges boaters to watch for right whales

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - The National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration is reminding recreational boaters to slow down for right whales or face substantial penalties.

Today at 04:46AM
Town Hall meeting aims to protect seniors against fraud

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (AP) - The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Vermont authorities will be holding a town hall meeting with senior citizens and other members of the public on how to protect against health care fraud.

Today at 04:43AM
Sanders seeks 12 percent funding increase for seniors

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling for a 12 percent funding increase for programs that provide meals, transportation and other services to senior citizens.

Today at 04:40AM
Webinar to focus on Vermont's village greens

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - A special web-based seminar - or webinar - will focus on Vermont's village greens as the physical and cultural hearts of their communities.

Today at 04:37AM
Vermont trout and salmon stocking underway statewide

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife says the spring stocking of trout and salmon in lakes, ponds and rivers across the state is underway.

Today at 04:36AM
New Hampshire Republican voters are relishing crowded field

NASHUA, New Hampshire (AP) - For New Hampshire Republicans, the early days of the 2016 presidential campaign feel like an embarrassment of riches.

Today at 04:21AM
New Hampshire Republican voters are relishing crowded

NASHUA, New Hampshire (AP) - For New Hampshire Republicans, the early days of the 2016 presidential campaign feel like an embarrassment of riches.

Today at 12:39AM
Tree's Company: After Fire, Unity Couple Keep Branching Out

Unity -- Sometimes a bronze glow isn't what it seems. Stan McCumber and his wife, Jenny Wright, have grown accustomed to the question prompted by their perennial mid-winter tans: Have you been in the…

Today at 12:39AM
Richards Free Library Digitizes Newspaper Archive

Newport -- In the past, searching Richards Free Library's newspaper archives meant queuing up rolls of decades-old microfilm and scrolling through pages one by one. But thanks to a grant and enthusiastic…

Today at 12:39AM
Column: Think You Know Pitching? Here's Five Strikes Against You

"Baseball is like church," former major league infielder and manager Leo Durocher once said. "Many attend, few understand." And pitching is one of the most lionized, misunderstood and mythologized aspects…

Today at 12:39AM
Mining for Tourists

Seco, Ky. Mines built this company town. Jack and Sandra Looney hope vines -- the wine grapes growing on a former strip mine in the hills above -- will help to draw visitors here. Their Highland…

Today at 12:39AM
Column: How Grant and Lee Forged a Perfect Moment at Appomattox

A century and a half ago, a brief encounter between two men, a Northerner and Southerner, altered the course of American history. It was not the Lincoln assassination; that happened five days later. It…

Today at 12:39AM
'Mad Men' Set New Wave Of Old Styles

As the first of several final episodes signaled, Mad Men, the most fashion-influential TV show since Sex and the City, is coming to an end. AMC's 1960s period drama about slick ad men and curvy women…

Today at 12:39AM
Coloring Books Draw Adults

New York -- The No. 1 and No. 2 best-selling books on Amazon earlier this month were coloring books for adults. Let that sink in for a few minutes. And it's not just a fluke -- there are several other…