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WHITE RIVER JUNCTION

Dental clinic sees dip in volunteers

6/29/20

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — For the first time in its more than 20-year history, Red Logan Dental Clinic is poised to begin recruiting a full-time...

BURLINGTON — A 69-year-old Florida man has received three years of probation after admitting to accepting more than $2.5 million in kickbacks and...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Since 2015, when Northern Stage moved out, the Briggs Opera House has hosted a variety of performances — dance company...

Front-line workers looked to the sky Friday as four fighter jets with the Vermont Air National Guard did flyovers of hospitals around the state to...

Vermont’s rollout of free COVID-19 testing reached the Upper Valley on Saturday.Last week, the state began offering tests at no cost to residents...

VA workers fan out against virus

4/30/20

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Dr. Clay Block, a 57-year-old kidney specialist, was among the first wave of dozens of health care workers from the White...

Vermont legion cancels season

4/20/20

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Vermont American Legion baseball has gone dark for the summer, choosing to quickly follow the cancellation of national and...

For state highway workers in Vermont, springtime is meant for filling potholes, repairing guardrails and clearing roadsides of winter debris.Last...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Social distancing has been tough for Jaina Williams, as her mother can attest.“It stinks for kids. She knows. She says, ‘Mom...

BROWNSVILLE — Due to the absence of palms, the Rev. Christian Huebner, pastor at Brownsville Community Church, asked his congregants to clip boughs...

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