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Windsor jam company’s expansion plans bear fruit
04-11-2024 6:26 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WINDSOR — A growing fruit preserves manufacturer in Artisans Park is close to financing a $2.7 million expansion of their building to enable the company to keep pace with increasing customer demand.Blake Hill Preserves, which makes specialty jams,...

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Kenyon: Parker up for parole after 23 years in prison
04-05-2024 6:00 PM

By JIM KENYON

In less than two weeks, Jim Parker should know whether the state of New Hampshire agrees that after 23 years of incarceration he’s earned the right to re-enter society.Parker’s hearing before the state Adult Parole Board is scheduled for April 18 at...


Casting doubt in White River Junction
04-02-2024 10:23 AM


A Life: Al Pristaw ‘always did what good neighbors do’
03-16-2024 7:01 PM

By JIM KENYON

WOODSTOCK — Al Pristaw was the ultimate doer.After Riverside Mobile Home Park was swamped by Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011, Pristaw and another park resident, Nelson Gilman, pushed a wheelbarrow filled with donated orange juice, bread and eggs...


Warm respite in Lebanon
03-01-2024 6:05 PM


Clear skating in Lebanon
01-18-2024 9:56 AM


Winter Celebration kicks off tonight in Lebanon
12-02-2023 2:48 AM

Devon Blanchard, 21, of West Fairlee, right, and his friend Carter Shannon, of Canaan, left, wait for Lebanon Recreation, Arts and Parks Director Paul Coats, not pictured, to secure a support for strings of holiday lights from a lift truck while...


State holds up railyard purchase
11-24-2023 4:31 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WEST LEBANON — City and state officials are still negotiating responsibilities to manage environmental contamination in Westboro Rail Yard, a former railway property that the city hopes to purchase from the state for recreational use.The city is...


Lebanon considering city ownership of roads in River Park development
10-16-2023 8:13 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WEST LEBANON — A proposal to place River Park’s future road under city ownership is anticipated to open new funding sources and project opportunities, including the creation of a new mass transit hub in West Lebanon.On Wednesday the Lebanon City...


First-time kayakers in Hartford
10-09-2023 7:32 PM

Wilder — Susan Bailey and Theresa Symancyk, both of Wilder, practice paddling under the guidance of Jay McDonough, superintendent of recreation programs, during a senior kayaking excursion organized by the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department at...


Bethel’s smooth operators
10-04-2023 9:03 AM


Fingers pointing over River Park trail closure following dining car dispute
09-20-2023 8:36 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The recent closure of trails in River Park by developers has resulted in confusion and conflicting explanations over the reason for the shutdown — where the developers attribute the closure to the city, while city staff assert the trails...


Woodstock festival focuses on forest stewardship
09-18-2023 12:04 AM

By LUKAS DUNFORD

Logging and ecology and wood-based arts and crafts were all on display over the weekend during the annual Forest Festival at the Marsh-Billings-Rockafeller National Historical Park.“We’re celebrating all things wood and forestry,” said Rainey McKenna,...


Weedsday at Mascoma Lakeside Park
09-15-2023 8:18 PM


Parking lot project means short-term tumult for White River Junction
09-07-2023 8:46 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Construction began this week to rehabilitate and upgrade the South Main Street parking lot, part of a broader $1.7 million project intended to increase downtown parking availability, improve public safety and pedestrian...


Cool, cool water
08-29-2023 8:48 PM


River Park developers seek exceptions to ease path for West Lebanon project
08-16-2023 5:51 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WEST LEBANON — Developers of a long-delayed mixed-use project are asking the city for more flexibility when it comes to required infrastructure improvements so they have more leeway to bring on potential financial partners.The city Planning Board held...


Mascoma track athlete recovering from heart transplant
07-02-2023 9:04 PM

By BENJAMIN ROSENBERG

Until this February, Josh Park was living a normal teenage life.A junior on the Mascoma High track team, Park was unanimously voted the boys’ team captain for the winter indoor season, even though he takes most of his classes online and only attends...


Photo: Tune time in Lebanon
06-26-2023 9:23 PM


Lebanon Planning Board meeting scheduled for Monday night, June 26, postponed to July 10
06-26-2023 4:53 PM

LEBANON — The city Planning Board rescheduled public hearings on Monday, including for a proposed charitable casino on the Miracle Mile, to July 10 due to the inability of a city staff member to attend. The Planning Board had planned to continue its...


West Lebanon development plan still stuck in park
06-19-2023 10:03 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WEST LEBANON — It’s been 14 years since developer David Clem introduced an ambitious proposal dubbed River Park, a mixed-use development on 38 acres between Route 10 and the Connecticut River, just north of the Main Street commercial district.The plan...

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