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WEST LEBANON — Mount Lebanon Elementary School’s principal has resigned his post.In her weekly letter to families on Friday, Superintendent Joanne...

 

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ORFORD — The Windsor High girls soccer team held on to a one-goal lead for the entire second half to beat host Rivendell, 3-2, on Friday afternoon...

HANOVER — As Dartmouth College football gets set to take on Valparaiso on Saturday and the stress of a new season ramps up for some of the coaching...

 

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — The Dartmouth College women’s volleyball team dropped its first match of the season on Friday night as it split its first...

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CLAREMONT — Down 27-0 late in the third quarter, the Stevens High football team mounted a comeback and was marching toward the winning score when...

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Anna Allison, who made frequent business trips to California, often set up her schedule to leave Boston’s Logan International Airport on Mondays...

Todd Godfrey was happy to have a window seat on the early-morning flight out of Manchester. Under a bright blue sky and no clouds blocking his view...

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ROCKLAND, Maine — When Virginia Oliver started trapping lobsters off Maine’s rocky coast, World War II was more than a decade in the future, the...

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — An abandoned and sprawling machine tool factory at the gateway to downtown, long a ghostly reminder of the region’s economic...



In the months after 9/11, I slept on my parents’ bedroom floor in a sleeping bag. I was 11 years old, and the world as I knew it — generally safe...

Chelsea There will be a 20th Anniversary Remembrance Service and First Responder Recognition from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday on the North Common. In...


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