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Vermont woman dies after vehicle strikes tree in Coventry

COVENTRY, Vt. (AP) - Vermont State Police say a 35-year-old Charleston woman is dead following a single vehicle crash in the town of Coventry.

Today at 11:48AM
5 Vermont National Guard members headed to Horn of Africa

COLCHESTER, Vt. (AP) - Five members of the Vermont National Guard are headed to the Horn of Africa for an assignment flying and maintaining transport aircraft.

Today at 11:44AM
Winter conditions close Vermont Route 108 until spring

CAMBRIDGE, Vt. (AP) - The Vermont Agency of Transportation says Route 108, the narrow windy mountain pass through Smugglers' Notch, is closed for the season.

Today at 11:26AM
Huggins Hospital eyes Catholic Medical Center affiliation

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - A small hospital in Wolfeboro is exploring an affiliation with a much larger medical center in Manchester.

Today at 11:00AM
Vermont Health Connect promises fixes after critical audits

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Although Gov. Peter Shumlin recently proclaimed the Vermont Health Connect a "totally different ballgame" in comparison to last year's performance, a House committee on Monday heard of several unresolved problems affecting the insurance exchange.

Today at 04:32AM
Gas prices up slightly in New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Gas prices in New Hampshire have risen 1.4 cents in the past week, averaging $2.07 a gallon.

Today at 02:11AM
Concord Craft Brewing flip flops on new location

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Concord Craft Brewing will reapply to the city's zoning board to open in a new location after receiving prior approval on a different space.

Today at 01:57AM
Federal protection considered for endangered Vermont turtles

RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) - Federal wildlife officials are considering adding two rare Vermont turtles to the list of nationally endangered species.

Today at 01:54AM
Portsmouth City Council considers trash collection changes

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) - The Portsmouth City Council is considering a change to its trash and recyclable collection times in the city's historic downtown district amid growing concerns.

Nov 29
Vt. Targets Road Runoff

Danville, Vt. -- From paved city streets to hilly dirt roads, runoff from Vermont's roadways contributes more than 10 percent of the pollution flowing into Lake Champlain that fuels toxic algae blooms…

Nov 29
Clinton Makes New Pledge at N.H. Stop

Manchester -- Hillary Rodham Clinton unveiled the first piece of a new jobs agenda on Sunday, promising hundreds of billions of dollars in fresh federal spending in an effort to compete with the liberal…

Nov 29
Column: Reward Frequent Fliers With Cash

American Airlines has announced the end of the Frequent Flier Era as we've known it: Starting next year, the airline's customers will earn miles based on how much they spend on a ticket rather than how…

Nov 29
Etna Author Arms Parents Against What A Child Will See, and Do

Before reading the book that she encouraged Etna resident Cindy Pierce to write, Vicki Hoefle thought she was well-versed in how young people struggle to navigate the hyper- and cyber-sexualized jungle…

Nov 29
A Life: Cynthia H. Ladue, 1958 - 2015; 'Comfortable Being in the Background'

Windsor -- Cindy Ladue's battle with lung cancer left her so weak that mustering the strength just to leave the house proved a challenge during the last few months of her life. Still, Shannon Harrington…

Nov 29
Column: National Service Would Help Young Adults, and America

What if there had been one really big idea -- not necessarily a new idea, just a big one -- on either side during the excessively long and embarrassingly expensive race for the White House in 2012? National…

Nov 29
Britain's Energy Future

Britain, the country whose great coal-burning factories started the Industrial Revolution, now plans to retire nearly all of its coal plants. The closures, part of an energy policy "course correction"…

Nov 29
Coke Exec on 'Adversarial' Relations With Critics

New York -- Coke says it wants to mend relations with critics of its sugary drinks. Sandy Douglas, president of Coke North America, said in an interview with The Associated Press that Coke is hoping…

Nov 29
Forum: Norwich Vigil for Newtown; Don't Shut the Door on Refugees; The Actual Menace

Norwich Vigil for Newtown To the Editor: We are approaching the anniversary of the Newtown Elementary School shooting on Dec. 14, 2012. It was not the first mass killing, nor has it been the last.…

Nov 29
Business of Bicycling Brings Etna Native Back to His Roots

Hanover -- As the global director of product marketing for Cannondale Bicycles, Murray Washburn's job routinely takes him around the world for media events and product launches. It's a part of the occupation…

Nov 29
Myrtle A. Whitmore

Chelsea, Vt. -- Myrtle A. Whitmore Graveside memorial services for Myrtle A. Whitmore, 89, of Bethel, who died Nov. 25th, that were originally scheduled for Tuesday at the Fairview Cemetery in Bethel…