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Byline: By Matt Golec

HARTLAND — Residents approved nine financial articles at a long Town Meeting on Tuesday, including an almost $3.1 million appropriation for the...

Back in 2007, Ezzedine Fishere was finding it hard to balance his job as a diplomat with his passion for writing. He’d risen in the Egyptian...

HANOVER — Ian Raphael just set sail for the frozen top of the world.On Friday, the graduate student at Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering...

HANOVER — In 1776, the year the United States declared its independence, the Rev. Eleazar Wheelock wrote a letter to discuss purchasing two items...

Dartmouth College student Caroline Cook spent last summer buried in the past. The inaugural fellow in the college library’s Historical...

HANOVER — When William Burns visited the Kremlin in the summer of 2005 to present his credentials as the U.S.’s new ambassador to Russia, he was...

HANOVER — Misinformation spreading in India via WhatsApp. Fake social media accounts boosting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Facebook’s...

HANOVER — A team of Dartmouth researchers has found that morbidly obese patients undergoing knee replacement surgery have better outcomes if they...

HARTLAND — About 140 Hartland voters gathered Tuesday in Damon Hall to approve eight financial articles, including $2.88 million for highway and...

Report: Pesticides in food items

2/10/19

The Toxics Action Center released a report last week that found pesticides in certain grocery store food items, and while the levels were below...

HANOVER — It’s a long way from Dartmouth College to the U.S. Supreme Court — about an eight-hour drive, according to Google Maps. But bad traffic...

Hanover — There were fewer open seats than remaining slices at Programming N’ Pizza night, as more than 40 people huddled around laptops that...

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