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CORONAVIRUS

RANDOLPH — Health care and human service organizations in Vermont welcomed the Legislature’s approval last week of nearly $327 million in funding...

CONCORD — When it comes to this fall’s elections, officials are worried about both safety and soggy ballots.The Secretary of State’s Office hosted...

Vermont businesses that have been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic will be able to apply for up to $50,000 in emergency support on July 6, the...

CONCORD — Isolation gowns with no arm openings. Child-sized gloves. Surgical masks with ear loops that break when stretched.Such items make up the...

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...

HANOVER — Dartmouth College plans to reopen its campus to roughly half of its 4,400 students in September, with first-year students attending in...

6/29/20

LEBANON — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center has begun welcoming some volunteers back to its Lebanon campus with precautions in place to prevent...

Child vaccinations dip slightly

6/28/20

WEST LEBANON — Twin State health-care providers took steps this spring, even as they had to cut back on in-person medical appointments during the...

New Hampshire officials announced Sunday that an additional 31 people tested positive for coronavirus, but there were no new deaths.The state...

The economy is in deep recession, unemployment is at its highest level since the Great Depression — yet business has never been better for some...

Dartmouth-Hitchcock offers antibody testing

6/26/20

LEBANON — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health has begun offering testing to determine whether individuals were previously infected with COVID-19, the health...

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