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OUT AND ABOUT

The Richards Free Library in Newport is a magnificent building. The three-story Colonial Revival home has large, curved windows and intricate...

SOUTH STRAFFORD — As its name indicates, the Strafford Edible Pocket Park is planted with things you can eat.Starting this weekend, it also will be...

There was a time when a good portion of Vermonters believed Native Americans had never settled in the Green Mountain State.“The state’s position...

WINDSOR — The American Precision Museum is known for preserving the important role Windsor, along with the rest of the Connecticut River Valley...

Vital Communities launches E-Bike Subsidy Program WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Low and moderate income Vermonters can now receive financial assistance to...

In 1927, Dartmouth College professor James Walter Goldthwait published an article titled “A Town That Has Gone Downhill” in which he used the town...

As a teenager in the 1970s, Mary Layton would go to the Root Schoolhouse for potluck dinners. Afterward, the roughly 600-square-foot space was...

Out & About: DHMC gets $1M to combat opioid crisis

8/15/21

DHMC gets $1 millionto combat opioid crisisLEBANON — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center has been awarded a $1 million grant from the U.S...

The Lebanon Historical Society is looking for volunteers as it begins its plans to raise money for a home of its own.The historical society is...

FAIRLEE — As vaccine rates rise in the Twin States, more groups have been making their return to performing in person.This weekend it’s Classicopia...

ENFIELD — When people think of animal shelters, the first thing that comes to mind might be adoption.But that’s often only a fraction of the work...

The women who helped build Bethel were teachers. They were telephone operators. They were the women who tended family gardens and helped raise...

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