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Byline: By Jared Pendak

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — While the scope of one significant roadway project in Hartford is just coming to light, another continues to drag on years...

Castleton, Vt. — Whitcomb High and Rochester High won’t exist next school year, but the memories from this softball season are certain to endure...

Bedford, n.h. — The Bedford High boys tennis team isn’t ready to concede its dynasty just yet.The Bulldogs will compete for a ninth consecutive...

What: Battle of the Badges (policemen vs. firemen) Hockey Championship to benefit Children’s Hospital at DartmouthWhen: 3 p.m. Sunday.Where: SNHU...

Orford — Once again, the Oxbow High girls basketball team is moving on in the Vermont Division III playoffs at the expense of neighboring rival...

Just the FactsWhat: Community Balanced Life nonprofit yoga and fitness center.Where: 502 U.S. Route 4, Enfield (across from Petro Mart).What It...

Outdoor recreation activities are a big part of life in Vermont, generating $5.5 billion in annual economic impact and 51,000 total jobs, according...

Brownsville — Ashley Gravelle spent a lot of time engaged in the outdoors. Now those who continue to do so in the community she cherished will have...

When Mackenzie Scurka and her father, Gary, first had the inkling to make a film chronicling their mission to ascend the highest points in every U...

Castleton, Vt. — New Hampshire won the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl by an average score of 34-10 during a 15-year winning streak that began at the turn...

White River Junction — White River Budokan is hoping a new location for practicing its traditional methods of Okinawan karate and other martial...

Thetford — Sophomore Aiden Cudhea has developed into one of the Thetford Academy boys soccer team’s most reliable defenders. When he isn’t...

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