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Post Offices Extend Hours For Passport Services

Sunday, February 14, 2016

With more Americans traveling internationally, post offices in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine will offer extended hours for passport services this winter. “Strong travel demand from the U.S. propelled 20 million American tourists abroad through the first four months of 2015,” the Postal Service said in a news release. “According to the World Tourism Organization, that’s 7 percent more than that period the prior year, and the U.S. Postal Service …

Buzzkill: Wasps Snap Jacks’ Winning Streak

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Windsor — Somehow, even when Woodstock had a 10-point lead with less than six minutes to go, there was a feeling that Thursday’s boys basketball showdown at Windsor High was far from over. Sure enough, in a four-minute span, the lead was chewed down to 59-57 with 2:17 to play. Woodstock held on to defeat Windsor, 62-59, but getting the win was like …

Windsor Boys Take a Thriller

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Windsor — Seth Balch hit eight 3-pointers as part of a 27-point night to keep Windsor in the game, then Michael Bradley hit another one at the buzzer to give the Yellowjackets a bite-your-nails 68-65 win over Hartford on Wednesday night. A lot of people must have anticipated a big game, because a huge crowd showed up and they got their eyes filled …

Child Porn Sentencing Delayed for West Windsor Man

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

White River Junction — A 53-year-old West Windsor man who was slated to be sentenced on Tuesday for promoting child pornography had his hearing extended. Douglas Bejarano pleaded guilty in June to two felony charges that he obtained and distributed child pornography over the Internet. As part of …

Windsor Boys Soccer Has Junior Achiever

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Windsor — A junior stole the spotlight on senior day. Cameron O’Brien will have to wait another year to get the flowers that all 12th-graders receive on the day of their last home match. Regardless, he’ll take the …

Bicyclist Earns His Own Award

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Norwich — Race director Mike Silverman originally intended to honor Todd Alexander for having accumulating 1,000 miles mountain biking the Vermont 50 last year, but a series of participant injures and logistical issues forced him to postpone the …

Local Roundup: Hartford Field Hockey Stops Long Bellows Falls Streak

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

White River Junction — With one well-executed goal, one well-planned defensive adjustment and one well-played game, the Hartford High field hockey team handed down-river rival Bellows Falls one very rare defeat on Monday. Morgan Horne converted penalty corner …

Windsor Football Continues High-Scoring Trend

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Windsor — A lot of the pre-game talk that preceded Saturday’s Springfield-Windsor football game centered on all the high-scoring games on Friday night — 84-70, 77-20, 67-22 and 66-6 were a few of the zanier ones. The Yellowjackets did nothing to change that trend, putting a 62-0 hurt …

Windsor, Green Mountain Duke It Out to a Draw

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Chester, Vt. — Windsor High girls soccer coach Bruce Mackay expected a good contest with Green Mountain on Tuesday. He might have been understating what was about to happen. The Yellowjackets and host Chieftains played to a 3-3 draw, but this was not one of those kiss-your-sister ties. …

Local Roundup: Five-Goal Second Half Enough for Dartmouth

Monday, September 21, 2015

Hanover — The Dartmouth College women’s soccer team played much of Sunday’s Burnham Field match with Sacred Heart like a toddler taken to the mall: Junior may be well-behaved most of the day, but the outburst will eventually come. The visiting Pioneers may have had that thought, perhaps, …

Green Spoils Raider’s Return: Perryman, Bryant Surrender Lead Late to Dartmouth

Monday, September 21, 2015

Hanover — As a recent Lebanon High graduate, Emily Perryman has suffered her share of Upper Valley defeats. The Sunday setback she and her Bryant University field hockey teammates endured at Dartmouth, however, will likely sting for quite …

Field Hockey on the Defensive as Dwindling Numbers Threaten Game at High School, Youth Levels

Sunday, September 20, 2015

There’s a tinge of apprehension in the voice of Kestin Bunnell, senior goalkeeper for the Mascoma Valley Regional High School field hockey team. It’s subtle, almost nonexistent in the unfamiliar heat of early fall. But it’s there. Bunnell’s …

Local & Regional Briefs for Friday, Sept. 18, 2015

Friday, September 18, 2015

Judge Delays Release of Footage Concord — A judge has delayed the limited release of body camera footage from a deadly shooting by police in July, allowing himself four extra days to consider objections from attorneys on various sides. Redacted clips were scheduled to be released Monday, according …