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CORONAVIRUS

NORWICH — A section of River Road will be closed next week as the Vermont Agency of Transportation reconstructs a rail-highway crossing near Route...

LEBANON — Lebanon officials are considering whether to temporarily consolidate the city’s three polling places down to one after several volunteers...

NH cases hit lowest averagesince early AprilThe two-week average of new cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire declined to 50 over the weekend, the...

CONCORD — New Hampshire is returning to some semblance of normal life, but many things are going to be different.How many? At least 104 pages...

The skies were cloudless and the outdoor temperature moderate on the mid-May evening of my older daughter’s birthday gathering. It was a joy to...

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott on Monday extended for another month the state of emergency imposed to help the state cope with the COVID-19 pandemic...

Nursing homes begin testing regime

6/15/20

New Hampshire officials, intent on reducing death and illness among nursing home residents who have borne the brunt of the state’s COVID-19...

Therapy moves to video chat

6/14/20

Second of two parts.WEST LEBANON — As COVID-19 has added stress and anxiety to people’s lives in recent months, access to mental health services...

Gathering ban in NH set to end

6/14/20

WEST LEBANON — New Hampshire’s stay-at-home order and ban on gatherings of 10 or more people will expire at midnight Monday.Gov. Chris Sununu...

Column: Virtue of common decency

6/13/20

Protests and unrest following the May 25 killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis dominate our national consciousness and push concern for...

LEBANON — As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, killing nearly 115,000 Americans, it also has sent shockwaves that have destabilized the economy...

After 32 years at Woodstock Union High School, John Hiers felt at home in his classroom and greenhouses.But since mid-March, those familiar places...

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