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CORONAVIRUS

When Powerhouse Mall was being developed in 1985, a Burlington department store owner who was eyeing space in the former 18th-century mill site in...

LEBANON — The Lebanon Diner, which has fed Upper Valley residents, tourists and campaigning politicians on the Lebanon Mall for almost a decade, is...

I realized something serious was happening when Wuhan, China, was first being closed down and reporters were told to leave. I began to think about...

Here’s an opportunity for the right entrepreneur, even in these fraught times: The Whippi Dip ice cream stand in Fairlee is for sale.The Whippi Dip...

Every year in late spring, a scholastic ritual takes place across the Upper Valley in a format that seems timeless. Students dressed all alike...

Vermont and New Hampshire both will allow a return to indoor restaurant dining — with varying degrees of social distancing — in the coming days...

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

LEBANON — City leaders are struggling to craft a budget for next year after being warned that spending cuts could trigger “significant layoffs” and...

CLAREMONT — As with auto racing promoters everywhere, Mike Parks is resorting to a little out-of-the-box thinking to get the Claremont Motorsports...

HANOVER — Students applying to Dartmouth College next year won’t have to take a standardized test, such as the SAT, to be considered for admission,...

CLAREMONT — Three Sullivan County Rotary clubs plan to participate in a statewide effort to distribute free face masks to community members this...

LEBANON — Joey Perras is going to have to break the baseball habits of a lifetime — high-fives, ferrying teammates’ gloves, huddling in the dugout ...

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