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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...

HANOVER — Hanover may have had to cancel its annual Fourth of July parade but the town is still channeling residents’ creativity with another...

After their annual vacation Bible school fell prey to pandemic restrictions, members of the First Baptist Church of Meriden started brainstorming...

NORWICH — The Montshire Museum of Science will reopen to the public on Wednesday, July 8, according to an announcement on the Norwich-based...

WEST WINDSOR — In February, residents of West Windsor and staff at the Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society were captivated by a pair of dogs who were...

LEBANON — When Listen’s flagship Miracle Mile store reopened earlier this month, the flood of donations was nothing like Executive Director Kyle...

In this new world that we live in, Zoom has become a virtual gathering space for everything from children’s play groups to important business...

HARTFORD — The Hartford Community Coalition is looking for volunteers to help distribute meals to children and adults in need this summer.The...

Even as the coronavirus has limited what we can do for fun in the Upper Valley and around the globe, it’s put renewed attention on more pandemic...

BARNARD — The Thursday Night Music Series will go on in Barnard this summer, though — like most things during the coronavirus pandemic — it’ll be a...

I realized something serious was happening when Wuhan, China, was first being closed down and reporters were told to leave. I began to think about...

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