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JIM KENYON

Dale White was in prison for only seven months, but it was long enough for him to figure out that he needed to make some changes in his life. The...

Customers entering Starbucks in downtown Hanover on Monday morning were greeted by a new sign on the front door: “If you are fully vaccinated...

I’m still trying to figure out why the Lebanon School Board caved so badly when it came time Wednesday to vote on allowing an armed police officer...

Jim Kenyon: Insurer gets it wrong

5/11/21

The Vermont League of Cities and Towns is willing to spend umpteen dollars on lawyers to defend cops accused of wrongdoing in civil lawsuits in...

Ten years ago, Sophia Green came to this country in search of a better life. It’s meant scrubbing motel room toilets, emptying hospital bed pans...

Jim Kenyon: These are the questions

5/4/21

A few burning questions while waiting to see what happens first: The Red Sox returning to earth after what has started out as a surprisingly...

After two interviews and a couple hours of job shadowing, Beth Baras was offered a full-time position behind the deli counter at Woodstock Farmers’...

The call for police reform has captured a lot of attention and hearts in the Upper Valley during the last year.But sooner or later, the Upper...

In a town where police handled as many cases last year for assault (two) that it did for littering, Norwich can probably take its time in hiring a...

On Wednesday, Debbie Farnsworth carried a cardboard box filled with house plants to her Honda subcompact parked outside the downtown White River...

In recent days, I’ve heard from students at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine who say they’re being falsely accused of cheating on exams...

The cost of building Interstate 91 in Vermont during the 1960s went beyond the millions of taxpayer dollars spent on bulldozing fields, clearing...

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