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SOUTH ROYALTON — Vermont Law School plans to paint over a mural in its student center that highlights Vermont’s role in the Underground Railroad...

HANOVER — Citing ongoing budget challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, Dartmouth College on Thursday cut five sports from its varsity...

WEST LEBANON — Two Twin State men were arrested on burglary charges in West Lebanon on Wednesday, two days after Lebanon police arrested them as...

RANDOLPH — The Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler Center for the Arts is going (mostly) virtual this year.The annual festival kicks off Thursday...


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NASHUA, N.H. — James Pleat just keeps rolling along at the New Hampshire Amateur.The 2013 Dartmouth College graduate cruised to an easy victory on...

HANOVER — The Dartmouth College sports scene will remain quiet for a second successive season, the product of the Ivy League’s announcement on...



Many of us avoid close encounters of the eight-legged kind, but if you’ve ever come eye to eye with a spider, you’ve probably noticed they have...

Let’s say you have recently purchased a house and want to create beautiful gardens. How should you begin? I recently visited Gordon and Mary...

For as long as I can recall, the Windsor Selectboard has started its meetings by asking everyone to stand and join in reciting the Pledge of...

Should the Upper Valley rally around its own flag? A Lyme resident and amateur vexillologist — that’s someone who studies the history and symbolism...

Hundreds of Upper Valley employers — many of them familiar names — received aid from the federal government totaling tens of millions in dollars to...

Should the Upper Valley rally around its own flag? A Lyme resident and amateur vexillologist — that’s someone who studies the history and symbolism...



In the months leading up to summer vacation, librarians are hard at work preparing a plethora of programming known collectively as summer reading...

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — When the COVID-19 pandemic started, Senior Solutions found itself in quick need of volunteers. The majority of the nonprofit...


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