Please support the Valley News during the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the local economy — and many of the advertisers who support our work — to a near standstill. During this unprecedented challenge, we continue to make our coronavirus coverage free to everyone at www.vnews.com/coronavirus because we feel our most critical mission is to deliver vital information to our communities.

If you believe local news is essential, especially during this crisis, we are asking for your support. Please consider subscribing or making a donation today. Learn more at the links below.

Thank you for your support of the Valley News.

Dan McClory, publisher



Early test results have found that 85 Vermont inmates held at a privately run prison in Mississippi are positive for COVID-19, according to the...

CHELSEA — The two-seat Orange 1 district in the Vermont House is currently represented by one Democrat and one Republican, a sign that voters in...

WINDSOR — Four Democrats are vying in the Aug. 11 primary for two seats representing Windsor, Hartland and West Windsor in the Vermont House.State...

CONCORD (AP) — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says the coronavirus pandemic is contributing to an increase in problems with bears.Bear...


Town Meeting 2020

Support local journalism


Subscribe to the Valley News, your leading source for news in the Upper Valley.

Hawks’ hopes fly away

8/1/20

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — No one knows why the wheels fall off the bus on every occasion when it happens. Sometimes, they just do.Weighed down by five...

LOUDON, N.H. — Brad Keselowski won at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday for his third victory of the NASCAR season and 33rd of his career...


As you swat away blackflies this summer, look closely; it may be that not all those flies are flies. Some of them might be tiny sweat bees, members...

My garden is the place I go in times of sadness, worry or stress. It makes me feel better. I took a few moments one morning recently to really look...

In the national campaign to “defund the police” — or at least, scale back law enforcement’s reach — getting cops out of schools is arguably a good...

American small towns as we know them took shape at a time when Studebakers and DeSotos lined the streets and storefronts were occupied by the five...

When the furloughs first came, the future for Rene Roy was unclear.The resident of Bow, N.H., had worked for years at BirdsEyeView Aeronautics, a...

NEWPORT — Fear is good for business.That’s the takeaway in the latest earnings report for Newport gun manufacturer Sturm, Ruger & Co., which...



As Etna Library librarian Barbara Prince paused to read Butterfly Summer by Mattie J.T. Stepanek out loud, a butterfly briefly landed on her leg.We...

LEBANON — The Rotary Clubs of Hanover and Lebanon are teaming up with the Upper Valley Business Alliance and Upper Valley Young Professionals to...


Events


 



Valley News

24 Interchange Drive
West Lebanon, NH 03784
603-298-8711

 

© 2019 Valley News
Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy