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Labor of love
10-25-2023 10:44 AM

Displaying articles 1 to 17 out of 17 total.

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


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...

Claremont City Council approves agreements for bike shop at Arrowhead lodge
08-25-2023 8:04 PM


CLAREMONT — With the city’s approval of two separate operating agreements, one with the Arrowhead Recreation Club and one with The Wheel House bike shop, the shop’s owners said they are eager to start work in the lodge to prepare for their move.The...

Council rejects proposed solution to Lebanon trail dispute
08-17-2023 6:21 PM


LEBANON — The City Council has rejected a proposed settlement to an ongoing dispute between the city and owners of a family farm over the status of recreation trails that cross the family’s property.Under the settlement, the city would have...

Agreements over use of Claremont recreation area still not final
08-11-2023 5:40 PM


CLAREMONT — For a second time, the City Council has postponed a vote on two separate operating agreements between the city and Arrowhead Recreation Club and the city and The Wheel House bike shop for the use of the Arrowhead lodge and property on...

Orchard’s proposed trail trade meets opposition from Lebanon residents, Enfield officials
08-04-2023 4:58 PM


LEBANON — A proposal by owners of a family farm that would discontinue public access to a collection of trails that cross the family’s property is facing opposition from city residents, as well as the town of Enfield.Under a proposal by the Patch...

Short swim season
08-03-2023 11:28 PM

Claremont struggling with plans for Arrowhead recreation area
07-14-2023 4:43 PM


CLAREMONT — The City Council wants some details ironed out before deciding whether to approve operating agreements for use of the city-owned Arrowhead property.On Wednesday, the council delayed action on proposed deals between the city and two...

06-27-2023 11:56 PM

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

Vermont seeks volunteers for trails in Orange County
05-08-2023 1:29 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation is seeking volunteers to maintain trails in Orange County.Trail maintainers assess trail conditions, document maintenance needs and report to the district’s recreation...

Claremont won’t renew Arrowhead club lease with current terms
04-21-2023 3:40 PM


CLAREMONT — The Arrowhead Recreation Club board has scheduled a public meeting for Tuesday to formulate a response to a letter from the city advising the club that the current lease, which expires in two years, will not be renewed in its present...

Recreation club set to deliberate Arrowhead lease
04-09-2023 10:11 PM


CLAREMONT — Parks and Recreation Director Nick Lawrence said the decision by the Arrowhead Recreation Club to start over on a possible operating agreement between the club and city is a logical step in the process that he believes ultimately will be...

Claremont’s Arrowhead club, bike shop face space crunch with proposed lodge deal
04-03-2023 4:40 AM


CLAREMONT — There does not seem to be enough room at the city-owned Arrowhead lodge to accommodate the needs of the Arrowhead Recreation Club and The Wheelhouse, a local bike shop that is looking to lease part of the lodge to serve the recent increase...

Jim Kenyon: Charity basketball tournament hoping for a rebound
01-21-2023 11:19 PM


Paul Karp, who grew up in Lebanon and raised a family here, was looking for a way to help needy kids in his community. In 1987, Karpy, as he’s known around the city, found it.The Karp’s Klassic, an end-of-the-season recreational basketball tournament,...

Doggedly determined
01-16-2023 7:28 PM

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