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CORONAVIRUS

I suspected something was up recently when I ducked into Kmart (wearing my trusty mask) to look for something. They didn’t have the summer item I...

CLAREMONT — Elm Wood Center, a nursing home on Route 120 in Claremont, has reported five cases of COVID-19, one in a resident and four in employees...

Vermont to open public schools in fall

6/11/20

Vermont’s K-12 schools will open for in-person instruction this fall, state officials announced Wednesday. Students and staff will undergo a health...

WOODSVILLE — Rite Aid is set to begin offering free COVID-19 testing at its Woodsville location on Thursday, according to a company news release...

In mid-April we launched a campaign to solicit contributions to support the Valley News during this unprecedented pandemic and economic collapse...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — When Craig Sterritt received a letter with a return address for a return address for “Money Network Cardholder Services” in...

Study seeks details on those who recover

6/8/20

HANOVER — Dartmouth College computer science professor Temiloluwa Prioleau began teaching a course on data science for health on March 31, right in...

The outbreak of COVID-19 that began in the city of Winooski on Memorial Day has grown to 62 cases, including 24 children, and spread to other...

CONCORD — Members of the state’s economic reopening task force got an unemployment update, and Democratic lawmakers want to direct federal aid to...

ENFIELD — Dogs in the Upper Valley will be allowed to mingle at the Mascoma Valley Dog Park in Enfield, as long as their owners stay socially...

BURLINGTON — A global pandemic was the last thing on the minds of fans as the University of Vermont men’s basketball team pulled out a 81-74...

NORWICH — Early on in the novel coronavirus outbreak, Sarah Rooker set out to co-write a piece on the last pandemic to shut down big parts of the...

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