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GRAFTON — Melissa Champney awoke to the sound of her husband, Jon, hollering at 2:30 in the morning last weekend.At first, she couldn’t grasp what...

WEST LEBANON — Jean Perron drives far for a West Lebanon salary.She used to live in Goffstown, N.H., and worked 30 minutes away at a Supercuts hair...

WEST WINDSOR — The Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative last week announced 24 recipients of VOREC grants. Upper Valley towns...

LEBANON — A loud boom shook homes in the Upper Valley around 1:00 p.m. on Friday afternoon. Its source remains unclear.“It was so quick, so brief,”...

WOODSTOCK — While there may be cannabis dispensaries and nurseries opening in Woodstock, the highly trafficked village will be off-limits...

CHARLESTOWN — Charlestown has been awarded nearly $4.3 million for a long-needed drinking water project that will take residents in North...

VERSHIRE — An ATV carved its way up a muddy road off of Route 113 to carry a patient to an ambulance; schools suspended bus service on gravel roads...

LEBANON — The City Council will be receiving public input and likely voting on a proposed ordinance change that would allow for natural burials in...

HARTLAND — On a February morning that was cold, but not as cold as Vermont’s icy reputation suggests February ought to be, steam and smoke billowed...

Lebanon landfill project moving forward

3/1/22

LEBANON — The project to convert methane gas to energy at the Lebanon landfill is on track to be operational next spring after 13 years of planning...

CHELSEA — The Planning Commission recommended that AT&T find another site for its proposed 140-foot cell tower off of Creamery Road after...

Getting road salt down to a science

2/26/22

CLAREMONT — The Claremont public works department has technology on its four newest trucks that calibrates salt distribution to road temperatures...

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