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Byline: By Nora Doyle-Burr

RANDOLPH — Health care and human service organizations in Vermont welcomed the Legislature’s approval last week of nearly $327 million in funding...

NEWPORT — With most municipal fireworks shows canceled due to the pandemic this year, retail sales of fireworks in the Upper Valley and beyond have...

Dental clinic sees dip in volunteers

6/29/20

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — For the first time in its more than 20-year history, Red Logan Dental Clinic is poised to begin recruiting a full-time...

Child vaccinations dip slightly

6/28/20

WEST LEBANON — Twin State health-care providers took steps this spring, even as they had to cut back on in-person medical appointments during the...

Dartmouth-Hitchcock offers antibody testing

6/26/20

LEBANON — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health has begun offering testing to determine whether individuals were previously infected with COVID-19, the health...

HANOVER — Dartmouth College undergraduates each are likely to be invited back to campus for two of the school’s four terms next school year, the...

CONCORD — Lawyers for nine women and Dartmouth College are scheduled to appear in court via videoconference next month to determine if a proposed...

Opioid overdoses rise in pandemic

6/22/20

WEST LEBANON — Opioid overdoses in the Twin States have started to spike upward amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the stress and challenges that have...

HANOVER — Given the challenges rural communities and health care systems in the Twin States faced even before COVID-19, Dartmouth College...

As he was studying to become a mortician in San Antonio in the 1980s, Les Gibbs focused a final paper for a sociology course on the stigma...

MERIDEN — On one occasion over the last five years, the Rev. John Gregory-Davis stood alone at the corner of Route 120 and Main Street in Meriden...

LEBANON — Twin State health care providers are among the growing number of people across the country who are examining their roles in perpetuating...

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