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Byline: By JASMINE TAUDVIN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Held up by their parents in the shallow water, five young toddlers watched with wide eyes as they reached out to catch the...

CHARLESTOWN — When friends and family would visit Polly Frizzell, they were often greeted with slices of homemade American bread topped with a...

A prominence on the sun’s atmosphere was in focus for anyone looking through retired Ph.D. physicist Doug Arion’s telescope Saturday morning. With...

NORTH HAVERHILL — With goats bleating, cows mooing and the smell of hay and fried food wafting through the air, the North Haverhill Fair began...

ENFIELD — After a year of isolation and distancing, Enfield Old Home Days returned Saturday. Despite some changes — including new activities that...

NEWPORT, N.H. — Grantham resident Sid Wallace first took the controls of an airplane when he was 12 years old, in the cockpit with his father and...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Vermont Amtrak trains the Vermonter and the Ethan Allen Express plan to return July 19, with commemorative festivities at...

‘We really missed each other’

7/7/21

TUNBRIDGE — Kicking off the first Tunbridge Memorial Day parade in two years, three-time western dressage world champion Lexi, a Shire Saddlebred...

WOODSTOCK — Twin Pines Housing is adding up to 8 units of housing for sale at its Safford Commons complex, part of its ongoing effort to make home...

WEST LEBANON — Upper Valley residents sought refuge in ice cream cones and swimming holes, municipal officials opened cooling shelters and some...

ETNA — Fifteen minutes before the doors opened at the Etna Ladies Aid rummage sale Friday, a line of customers stretched down the entrance ramp to...

LEBANON — After 48 years as a maintenance employee with the Lebanon School District, Clifford Dyer will be retiring next week.And when Dyer heads...

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