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Sullivan County opens a public cider press

10/18/19

In June, when only orchardists are thinking about apples, Aaron and Kristi McKeon moved to a 40-acre property in Croydon. With the advent of autumn...

Got a craving for Cullen skink? How about some howtowdie or a bit of flumph? Well, you’re in luck. The Scottish Club of the Twin States has come...

EAST CORINTH — Students at Waits River Valley School have to remember to bring their books and homework assignments when they leave for school in...

CANAAN — It’s time to hang up Fido’s swim trunks.Town officials recently approved an ordinance that prohibits dogs on the town beach and historical...

LEBANON — A U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 89 southbound in Lebanon snarled traffic throughout the city for much of Thursday, delaying...

HANOVER — With the high school football season right around the corner, eight teams — five from the Upper Valley — converged on Hanover High’s...

8/20/19

By JOSH WEINREBValley News CorrespondentLexus Austin was born around horses.It’s easy to do when growing up on a family operating a expansive ranch...

Ed Tobin wasn’t expecting company the morning of Sept. 28, 2016, when two Vermont state environmental investigators motored up the steep, private...

Photographers find an affinity for the slower pace of film cameras

7/26/19

Talk to enough people who are taking photographs on film — there’s a surprising number of them in the Upper Valley — and a few themes emerge.If the...

Slowly and methodically on a cool and sunny Friday afternoon, the Upper Valley Nighthawks trickle into the Maxfield Sports Complex for the longest...

CANAAN — The main road leading to Cardigan Mountain State Park could be closed for weeks as crews repair a bridge that was heavily damaged in...

Stephanie Waterman was in what’s now Tuckerbox restaurant, drinking a glass of wine, the night she saw the strip club across North Main Street go...

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