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WINDSOR — Vermont winter high school sports aren’t on pause anymore, but the road back to playing indoors still seems a ways away. Student-athletes...

WINDSOR — Has your dog learned a new trick during the COVID-19 pandemic or expanded your mask-sewing skills to include dog costumes? Or maybe, you...

On Saturday, Oct. 12, 1918, the Stevens High football team defeated Manchester High, 53-0, at Monadnock Park on a wet and slippery field in a...

Cean Lieberman had to roll on down the road to keep his team rolling down the alley.The Vermont state government’s nonessential travel restrictions...

WINDSOR — The last game the Windsor High girls basketball team played turned out to be the last game Bruce Mackay coached.Mackay informed Windsor...

CORNISH — The Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge will be closed to traffic from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Friday as workers with the state Department of...

As sports fans, we will gauge 2020 by the volume of things lost.March 11 will live most in infamy. As Lebanon and Hanover got ready for an NHIAA...

MONTPELIER — A return to play is in sight for Vermont high school sports.In a Tuesday morning news conference, Gov. Phil Scott announced that...

WINDSOR — Firefighters and emergency medical technicians from the Vermont side of the Upper Valley navigated towering snowbanks along the way to Mt...

WINDSOR — In a divided vote, the Selectboard has decided against holding a public hearing on whether to rename a street bearing the name of a...

BRIDGEWATER — Every morning, Hank Smith would drive one of his 14 antique cars from the 1950s to the Mountain Creamery or Mon Vert Cafe on Central...

A couple of times a week, Gordon Best leaves his home in Windsor to drive senior citizens to medical appointments and grocery shopping, among other...

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