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WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Upper Valley Nighthawks will kick off the home portion of this summer’s New England Collegiate Baseball League season in...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Hartford High School girls lacrosse team was robbed of a formal competition season in 2020, but that didn’t keep its...

 

A fresh start for Hanover boys lacrosse

4/13/21

HANOVER — The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t just rob the Hanover High boys lacrosse team of a full season last year. It led coach Ryan Gardner to hit...

BRISTOL, Vt. — The Hartford High boys lacrosse team shook off two year’s worth of rust to open the season with an 8-3 victory at Mount Abraham...

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There’s a common phrase, and variations thereof, that has been oft repeated throughout our pandemic year: “There will be light at the end of this...

The snow has melted, the mud has abated and the litter has returned. Or honestly, it never really left — it was just covered up.That means it’s...

On Wednesday, Debbie Farnsworth carried a cardboard box filled with house plants to her Honda subcompact parked outside the downtown White River...

In recent days, I’ve heard from students at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine who say they’re being falsely accused of cheating on exams...

Brad Davis, owner of Davis Construction in Peterborough, N.H., said his company is the busiest it’s ever been.With 15 to 20 jobs either already in...

At North Country Smokehouse, workers are bringing home more bacon.After suffering an initial shock as the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the...



There’s a common phrase, and variations thereof, that has been oft repeated throughout our pandemic year: “There will be light at the end of this...

The snow has melted, the mud has abated and the litter has returned. Or honestly, it never really left — it was just covered up.That means it’s...


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