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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...

Social service agencies throughout the Upper Valley are preparing to help residents access federal funding for rent and mortgage payments after the...

CONCORD — Companies connected to U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s family received just under $3 million through the government’s small business lending...

Second wave may hit NH hard

7/6/20

New Hampshire may be particularly susceptible to a second wave of COVID-19.The United States reported more than 250,000 new cases of coronavirus in...


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NASHUA, N.H. — The home-course edge certainly played into James Pleat’s hands on Monday.The former Dartmouth College golfer shot a 6-under-par 65...

STOWE, Vt. — Time is running short for Brady Hathorn to break out his Hartford High golf shirt for competition. He’s moving up in the world soon...



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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