Less than a week after Hartford announced two finalists for its long-vacant police chief position, the search is back to square one.In an email...

RUTLAND — A local branch of the NAACP is denouncing the sale of what appeared to be slave shackles at a gun show held last weekend on the Vermont...

New Hampshire hasn’t seen any new cases of monkeypox for more than a week and widespread vaccination is not being planned for the disease, partly...

CONCORD — A commercial truck driver from Ukraine who was taken into custody by immigration officials shortly after he was acquitted of causing the...

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VPA authorities take aim at poor fan behavior

8/17/22

MONTPELIER — After multiple incidents last year involving fans verbally harassing student-athletes and referees, the Vermont Principals Association...

Bri Barnes knew that if she were ever to take another athletic director job, Thetford Academy would be her first choice.Barnes spent two years...

 

CLAREMONT — The final activity of Monday’s Stevens High football practice at Monadnock Park was tinged with pressure.Two upperclassmen stood with...

HANOVER — The Upper Valley’s most anticipated boys soccer game each fall isn’t even a game.It’s a preseason scrimmage between Hanover High and...

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Last fall, an act of antisemitic vandalism at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park left the community reeling.This summer, that same community is...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — If you stop by the tennis courts at Maxfield Sports Complex anytime from dawn to dusk, there’s a good chance you’ll hear it:...

It’s nice, I guess, that Dartmouth officials are at least pretending to care what Hanover residents think about the college’s plan to bulldoze a...

In Vermont, the nine regional environmental commissions have a major say in proposed development projects that fall under the purview of Act 250...

RUTLAND — A local branch of the NAACP is denouncing the sale of what appeared to be slave shackles at a gun show held last weekend on the Vermont...

NEWPORT — The Selectboard voted, 5-0, this week to have the town manager pursue membership in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems...



Last fall, an act of antisemitic vandalism at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park left the community reeling.This summer, that same community is...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — If you stop by the tennis courts at Maxfield Sports Complex anytime from dawn to dusk, there’s a good chance you’ll hear it:...


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