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DAVID CORRIVEAU

GRAFTON CENTER — The Grafton Center Meetinghouse will look a bit less haunted this Halloween than it did the last three, thanks to its new owners...

LEBANON — Among the many memories of Jean Mansell that keep her family and friends laughing was the day she picked out a car on her own for the...

LYME — The Planning Board is fine-tuning a set of proposed zoning rules for the development of senior-housing complexes in the middle of Lyme.On...

Between the songs and the dances, a sobering lesson in 20th-century history runs through Rodgers and Hammerstein’s epic musical The Sound of Music...

STRAFFORD — Three disappointed dog owners are questioning the health protocols of a Norwich-based nonprofit after two rescue puppies died within...

HANOVER — Ask Mary Albert about the $2.6 million renewable energy project she’s preparing to lead in northwest Greenland over the next four years...

HANOVER — One step at a time, students are returning the favor that Hanover High School’s popular therapy dog has been doing for them for more...

By DAVID CORRIVEAU SOUTH ROYALTON — Not long after a mutual friend died in 2018, Doug Chase wound up talking about mortality with Bow Thayer...

Valley stage vets share passion plays

11/14/19

One says goodbye and three say hello (again) on stages around the Upper Valley this weekend.And theatrical veterans Jonathan Verge, Jamie Horton...

HANOVER — Dartmouth College has long shied away from calling itself a university, in part because of the alumni’s fierce loyalty to its small...

WINDSOR — Along with promoting weatherization and conservation and solar projects, a new energy committee in Windsor aims to tap another source of...

The surviving members of Peter, Paul and Mary knew that they could never replace the voice of their longtime partner in folk singing after Mary...

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