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Byline: By CLAIRE POTTER

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Bob Little Tree took down an insect trap he monitors for emerald ash borers in Veterans Park in downtown White River...

Plainfield board considers green burials

11/30/21

PLAINFIELD — Members of the Plainfield Board of Cemetery Trustees are considering how to regulate green burials and are likely to bring it to Town...

STRAFFORD — In 2002, the Environmental Protection Agency presented plans to clean up the abandoned Elizabeth Mine to the public for comment. It...

Report finds contaminants in loon eggs

11/23/21

A new report released Tuesday indicates that toxic contaminants could be working their way up the food chain in several New Hampshire lakes.The...

LEBANON — A proposed ordinance that would allow so-called “green burials” at two municipal cemeteries is being criticized by both advocates of the...

With rifle season open in New Hampshire and Vermont, wildlife agencies in both states are monitoring whether COVID-19 is spreading among white...

LEBANON — Ethan Cole expanded into weatherizing homes in the Upper Valley six years ago. But after the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission...

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Kelly Stettner has been on the lookout for a quarter-sized invasive insect whose delicately patterned wings burn a vivid red...

HARTFORD — Wesley Black, the 36-year-old Hartford firefighter who was battling colon cancer after being exposed to open burn pits while serving...

HANOVER — The $1 trillion infrastructure bill that President Joe Biden is expected to sign on Monday will send billions of dollars to the Twin...

NORWICH — Gus Lowell, age 2, made a run for it when science educator Rebecca Haynes first turned on the heat gun to fill tissue paper hot air...

Michelle Brazil’s 5-year-old son, Emmett, stopped playing last weekend and turned to her. He smelled smoke.“That’s campfire. That’s good smoke...

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