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COVID-19

Vermont’s rollout of free COVID-19 testing reached the Upper Valley on Saturday.Last week, the state began offering tests at no cost to residents...

HANOVER — In a blow to South Main Street that some fear could be the beginning of a worrisome trend, the owner of a popular gelato cafe said...

These are special times for general stores.Often regarded as dusty relics in the age of supermarkets and convenience store chains, small-town...

NORWICH — Jeannine Kilbride is watching the 1,500 wheels of unsold cheese stack up in her cheese cave, and she’s starting to worry.Kilbride, a...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — With tens of thousands of out-of-work Vermonters struggling to access unemployment benefits, Gov. Phil Scott said the state...

WHAT: Sweat2Support virtual run to aid coronavirus relief and response efforts.WHEN: Sunday, noon.WHERE: Anywhere and everywhere.WHAT IT COSTS: $10...

LEBANON — Rick Correia was at home in Northfield, N.H., two Saturdays ago when a story on the nightly news caught his attention. A TV reporter was...

BRADFORD, Vt. — It’s no longer business as usual.In fact, for countless small Vermont firms, restaurants and mom-and-pop stores, it’s no longer...

CONCORD — As New Hampshire health officials ready hospitals for an expected rise in coronavirus infections in the coming weeks, a top priority is...

Vermont Law School student Max Matt, of Pomfret, picks up belongings from his locker at the school’s fitness center on Friday. The fitness center...

The impact of COVID-19 has trickled down to high school sports in the Upper Valley.On Thursday afternoon the Vermont Principals Association...

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