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New police chief in Vermont's largest city to take office

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - The new police chief in Vermont's largest city is set to take office.

Today at 04:57AM
184 New Hampshire businesses receive tax credits

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Gov. Maggie Hassan says 184 New Hampshire businesses have received tax credits this year as part of the state's research and development tax credit program.

Today at 04:31AM
I-91 slide-in bridge open in White River Junction

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Vt. (AP) - Vermont's first slide-in bridge is carrying traffic on Interstate 91 in White River Junction.

Today at 03:31AM
Vermont Gas proposes 3 percent rate decrease

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Vermont Gas Systems has proposed a 3 percent rate decrease that would lower costs for the company's customers.

Today at 03:31AM
Officials: Fire kills 2 pets, displaces several people

RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) - Fire officials say a dog and cat were killed and at least eight people were displaced in a fire at a Vermont apartment house.

Today at 12:09AM
Editorial: Changing Health Care -- The DH-APD Affiliation

There has been much conjecture in recent years about how the nation's health care system will evolve to address issues of access and cost. In the Upper Valley, at least, the answer seems to be not single…

Today at 12:09AM
New Tunbridge Principal Reaches Out to the Community

It seems strange that most school administrative contracts have a starting date of July 1. That's nearly two months before students return to the classroom, two months before a school begins to fulfill…

Today at 12:09AM
Column: Many Share Blame in St. Paul's School Case

Surfing on television the other day, I lingered on a movie, Little Miss Sunshine, only long enough to hear the irascible Alan Arkin, with typical Hollywood tastelessness and cynicism, advise his pretend…

Today at 12:09AM
Column: Stop the Insanity of Weak Gun Regulation

Last Wednesday, my daughter Alison was brutally struck down in the prime of her life by a deranged gunman. Since then, I have stated in numerous interviews with local, national and international media…

Today at 12:09AM
Column: Markets Fluctuate; Retirees Need Security

Volatility in the stock market over the last couple of weeks has caused enormous unease among investors big and small. Tens of millions of people with much of their retirement money in the market are…

Today at 12:09AM
Ukraine Clashes Leave 1 Dead

Kiev, Ukraine -- As lawmakers took up a measure to give greater powers to separatists in eastern Ukraine, nationalist protesters clashed with police outside parliament on Monday, and the Interior Ministry…

Today at 12:09AM
Foster Care Reform On The Table

Washington -- Congress is moving toward an overhaul of the country's foster-care system, one that reflects a shift in how policymakers and child-welfare experts view the problem of keeping kids safe. …

Today at 12:09AM
Poland Hunts For Nazi Gold Train

Gold fever has descended on southwestern Poland since a top culture official gave credence to the claim of two treasure hunters to have located a legendary Nazi train loaded with valuables in an abandoned…

Today at 12:09AM
As EU Looks for Answers, Migrant Influx Raises Tensions

Brussels -- French and German leaders reminded other European countries Monday of their shared responsibility toward refugees, as one official blamed harsh government policy for the deaths of dozens of…

Today at 12:09AM
Conviction In Killings At Jewish Center

A Johnson County, Kan., jury took less than two hours Monday to find F. Glenn Miller Jr. guilty of capital murder in the shooting deaths of three people outside Jewish facilities last year in Overland…

Today at 12:09AM
Bridging the Gap

Nicholas Hollinger of Venture Construction blows away silica on the Ralph Lehman Bridge in White River Junction on Monday. Hollinger was preparing the bridge for a repaving project this week. The bridge…

Today at 12:09AM
Obama Drives Climate to Forefront

Anchorage, Alaska -- President Obama brought the power of the presidential pulpit to Alaska on Monday, aiming to thrust climate change to the forefront of the global agenda with a historic visit that will…

Today at 12:09AM
Wes Craven, Horror Movie Writer and Director, Dies at 76

Wes Craven, who had a strict religious upbringing that forbade the watching of movies, only to gain renown as a master of the horror genre with the A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream franchises, died…

Today at 12:09AM
High Court Won't Hear Clerk's Gay Marriage Case

The Supreme Court on Monday turned down a Kentucky county clerk's request to be excused from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the court's first involvement in a series of legal battles that…

Today at 12:08AM
Lebanon's Rogers House Seeks Grants for Renovations

Lebanon -- If two pending grant applications are approved, Rogers House, a century-old Lebanon senior housing complex facing Colburn Park, may get a sprucing up inside and out. One grant, if approved,…

Today at 12:08AM
Officers, Town of Haverhill Seek Release of Body-Cam Videos in Bath, N.H., Shooting

Haverhill -- The town of Haverhill and its police department are seeking the release of video footage of the fatal shooting in Bath, N.H., saying it will "inform the public" that the shooting was "not…

Today at 12:08AM
Woodstock Post Office Is Short-Staffed and Under Pressure

Woodstock -- The United States Postal Service is investigating complaints from Woodstock residents who say they haven't been receiving their mail. "All I know is, we didn't get mail for three days running,"…

Aug 31
Traveling Band: Keegan Bradley and His Buddies Share Unique Bond

Woodstock -- Jon Curran knew the new kid in town would have an effect on his golf game. He just didn't realize at the time how vast that influence would become. Folks in Woodstock have become accustomed…

Aug 31
Local Roundup: Stevens Girls Soccer Earns First Victory

Claremont -- The Stevens High girls soccer team answered an early Conant goal with four of their own as the Cardinals went on to defeat the Orioles 5-3 Monday afternoon, bringing their early-season record…

Aug 31
Patriots Plan to Be Flexible at Fullback

Foxborough, Mass. -- The loss of James Develin to a broken right tibia left the New England Patriots without a fullback on the roster. Sort of. "Playing fullback sometimes you see the fullback line…