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Marauders turn downtime into story time

4/29/20

HANOVER — “Hi, my name is Hank. And I’m one of the captains of the Hanover football team.”Hank Trimble isn’t decked out in a helmet and pads as he...

It was a blustery morning at Chelsea Public School, and first-year teacher Danielle Jesmonth had her work cut out for her keeping 6-year-olds...

If you never learned in history class about Lucy Terry Prince, welcome to the club — and to a live-action primer about the former slave who trekked...

A little more than 30 miles and six hours into his run on Saturday, Ohio ultramarathoner Johnathan Lee felt frisky enough during a rest stop to ask...

The way shoppers for fresh produce need to show up early to their favorite farmers markets, bibliophiles this summer will want to plan on arriving...

If Mozart were able to time travel into the new millennium, he’d be baffled by most of the trappings of modern life. But sit him down at a piano...

Rereading ‘Laramie’ In Randolph

1/23/19

While preparing to play several characters in this weekend’s staged reading of The Laramie Project at Randolph’s Chandler Music Hall, Hilary...

Before Hanover author Casey Dennis started to write his first “middle-grade” novel, his 11-year-old daughter, Josie, assigned him some summer...

Two weeks shy of his 83rd birthday, New Yorker cartoonist Edward Koren doubts that he can turn over a new leaf in his reading habits now.“I was in...

South Burlington, Vt. — In cold, slippery conditions during Saturday’s Vermont Division II boys soccer championship game, only the Highlanders of...

Instead of asking Woodstock resident Sonny Saul the usual question for subjects of this page’s “What Are You Reading?” column, I posed it this way...

When I first started asking Upper Valley residents this past winter about what they were reading, I was counting on Valley News readers of this...

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