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ORFORD — Residents voted, 484-349, Tuesday night to defeat the Rivendell Interstate School District’s $12.3 million budget proposal, rebuffing...

With Vermont’s state primaries scheduled for Aug. 11, it’s about time to start actually paying attention to candidates running for the Legislature...

COLCHESTER, Vt. — Police in Vermont tracked down a man near Interstate 89 who allegedly shot another man multiple times, but when they tried to...

NEW LONDON — The Center for the Arts’ biggest fundraiser of the year will still take place on Saturday.However, like nearly all events during the...


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SHARON — This spring was supposed to be Valur’s retirement tour.A nearly 11-year-old saluki, Valur and his handler, Chris Klein, have accomplished...

HANOVER — Combine the pressure of classes with the pressure of learning the finer points of his future career and it’s no wonder Chris Lites looks...


Some folks in my part of New England plant seeds in the ground on Mother’s Day and seedlings on Memorial Day weekend. Not me. Others use Mother...

As spring arrives, so do … bats? Like many other naturalists, I spend lots of time during this season looking for migrating salamanders and...

With Vermont’s state primaries scheduled for Aug. 11, it’s about time to start actually paying attention to candidates running for the Legislature...

Holding two fishing rods in one hand and a tackle box in the other, Mike Allen picked his way across rock ledges until he reached a sandy beach on...

NH liquor sales spike

5/25/20

Liquor sales jumped 13.51%, or $17.3 million, from March 1 to May 13, compared to the same time period last year as people stocked up on, and...

Kacey Knight says she typically hears two kinds of reactions from people when they learn she’s a supervisor on the “kill floor” at Vermont...



NEW LONDON — The Center for the Arts’ biggest fundraiser of the year will still take place on Saturday.However, like nearly all events during the...

In April and May, staff and volunteers at the Fort at No. 4 are traditionally busy planning events and ramping up for visitors to descend on the...


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