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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Finn and Auden Minnucci would regularly videochat from their Tunbridge home with their grandmother Kathy in...

It started with burritos. Or rather, the lack of burritos.It was last Monday and I wanted takeout. The weather had other plans. After a brief bout...

HANOVER — The Upper Valley Land Trust is restarting its Lunch and Learn Series on Thursday.This year, it’ll take place online instead of at the...

While we may be halfway through February, winter isn’t leaving anytime soon.But even with snow on the ground, there are plenty of places in the...

LEBANON — An afternoon of classic Love Songs will kick off Opera North’s “Always ON Sunday” series which begins at 2 p.m. on Valentine’s Day.Opera...

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Those who work in nonprofits often have a defining moment that drew them to the field.For Carol Stamatakis, that moment came in...

HANOVER — If you’ve ever had an inkling to read the Bard’s plays in a stress-free environment, the Howe Library’s new First Sunday Shakespeare...

Older adults and lower-income earners in the Upper Valley will still have access to free tax preparation assistance this year; it’s just going to...

HANOVER — Barbara Couch, who founded the Hypertherm Owners’ Philanthropic Endeavors Foundation, is stepping down after leading the nonprofit...

RANDOLPH — When Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler, an outreach program of the Randolph-based Chandler Center for the Arts, began a decade ago, its...

Volunteer spotlight: Coding for a cause

1/23/21

Technology, we have seen over the past year, truly can bring people together.A group of around a dozen volunteers with Code for Upper Valley...

EAST CORINTH — The COVID-19 pandemic has brought out a lot of strong emotions: Sadness, anger and even some small moments of joy among them.It’s...

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