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CHILD CARE

HANOVER — Cradle & Crayon, a nonprofit child care provider that has operated a facility at Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory in...

HANOVER — The Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory plans to permanently close its child care center on Lyme Road in September...

I find myself seeking silver linings during this unprecedented time and harvesting lessons to take forward. I feel gratitude more deeply than ever...

ENFIELD — As COVID-19 restrictions gradually lift across the Twin States, many workers are preparing to return to their jobs. For those with...

Child care sought for surge

4/6/20

WEST LEBANON — State officials and child care providers in both Vermont and New Hampshire are scrambling to determine which children of essential...

THETFORD — Like millions of Americans, Jennifer Goodspeed of Post Mills woke up on Monday morning to a new reality. With Vermont schools shutting...

RANDOLPH — A Randolph child care program is slated to add six more spaces in July with the help of a grant from Let’s Grow Kids and the Vermont...

If Nick and Betsy Zandstra needed confirmation that they’d made the right choice when they started sending their daughter, Claire, to Meri...

Speaking with one of the student groups who came to visit the “99 Faces of Mental Illness,” an art exhibition at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center...

The tiny jackets hanging in the entryway of the old Masonic Hall were the first sign that the Head Start program had returned to its former home in...

Matt Ball wants to be a professional basketball player, but coaching is his back-up plan. This fall, the Rivendell Academy junior is one of seven...



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