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City plans to widen and replace bridge on Trues Brook Road
04-15-2024 8:16 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WEST LEBANON — A plan to widen a 2,000-foot corridor of Trues Brook Road — including a particularly narrow bridge — has received mixed reviews from affected neighbors. While supporters of the $4 million project said it will improve safety, others said...

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Starbucks store planned for Route 120 at Centerra
04-15-2024 8:01 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

LEBANON — Starbucks hopes soon to be serving from triple grande locations in Lebanon and Hanover.The ubiquitous national coffee chain is working to open its third location in the Upper Valley, this time on Route 120. Construction is expected to get...


Acoustic music jam in White River Junction
04-15-2024 4:36 PM


2024 Upper Valley high school baseball guide
04-15-2024 4:21 PM

The arrival of the Upper Valley high school baseball season marks the return of one top-shelf rivalry (Thetford vs. White River Valley, last year’s VPA Division III title-game matchup) along with another roster (Hanover) good enough to hang some...


Canaan Elementary School has new principal
04-15-2024 2:17 PM

CANAAN — A longtime New Jersey-based elementary educator has been appointed as Canaan Elementary School’s new principal. Jody Viereck is currently an adjunct professor and clinical practice supervisor at Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J., according...


Enterprise: Wildlife nuisance professionals discuss business misconception
04-15-2024 1:52 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CORNISH — Homeowners looking to evict an unwelcome animal intruder might find its more than they can handle on their own.That’s why it could be best to call a professional because removing nuisance wildlife requires a lot more expertise and experience...


Enterprise: Upper Valley pet sitters discuss business growth, needs
04-15-2024 1:51 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CORNISH — Liz Gage liked the idea of starting a pet sitting service but never considered it a way to make a living — until she met someone who did.Gage, of Cornish, who was working in health care at the time, then began doing her own research to see...


Enterprise: Animal sanctuary owners discuss how raise funds to care for creatures
04-15-2024 1:48 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

TUNBRIDGE — Missy Gilbert’s idea for an animal sanctuary started with a wedding gift from her husband, Steven, of two goats needing a home. Gilbert, a vegetarian, said breeding them did not interest her.“So we decided to go the other way and began...


Rivendell voters reject school budget
04-14-2024 7:30 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

ORFORD — Voters delivered a decisive defeat to Rivendell’s proposed $15.7 million school budget Saturday, rejecting it 240-143 in paper-ballot voting.The school district’s annual meeting on Saturday drew about 400 voters, representing about 14% of...


A Life: Priscilla Sears ‘was bold enough to be very demanding’
04-13-2024 10:01 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

HANOVER — Priscilla Sears noticed things. Whether it was unexpected natural beauty, a sublime musical performance or a quirky piece of jewelry, she was always ready to be astonished.And she noticed people, especially the ones who most needed...


Durham combines strength, fitness on the trails
04-13-2024 5:01 PM

By TRIS WYKES

The Strafford Nordic Ski Center went out of business in December 2022. One of its products, however, is still going strong on the trails.Keelan Durham, a junior at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass., recently earned All-East first team honors...


Out & About: Thin ice puts future of Upper Valley skating trails in jeopardy
04-13-2024 10:29 AM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

ENFIELD — The Mascoma Lake Skating Association was founded in 2020 with high hopes.“We wanted to bring about something that people could enjoy, especially during COVID times and get outside,” said Bridget Labrie, a member of the nonprofit...


Funding dispute in Haverhill and Woodsville draws comparisons to ‘the North and the South’
04-12-2024 9:31 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

HAVERHILL — At last month’s Town Meeting, Haverhill voters were asked to appropriate $5,000 to a nonprofit that gives backpacks filled with school supplies to New Hampshire children entering foster care.“This is my charity,” said then-Town Manager...


Kenyon: Dismas House celebrates 10 years of fresh starts in Hartford
04-12-2024 9:02 PM

By JIM KENYON

Over the last decade, more than 150 men have found their way to the two-story, early 1900s clapboard house with a wrap-around front porch in Hartford Village. Some stay only a few months. Others for a year or longer.But their reasons for wanting to...


Hanover Selectboard to finalize warrant for Town Meeting
04-12-2024 8:00 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — Voters will have an opportunity on Monday to discuss articles on the proposed town warrant, including new collective bargaining agreements for three employee unions, amendments to the town zoning ordinance and a petitioned resolution to...


College Notes: Upper Valley athletes race for points and playing time
04-12-2024 7:02 PM

By TRIS WYKES

Here’s a look at some of the Upper Valley residents who played varsity college sports this winter.Men’s basketballPlymouth State men’s basketball was 8-17. Sophomore guard Max Galbraith (Hanover) appeared in seven games and totaled 21 minutes… Kansas...


Claremont residents call on City Council to remove ex-officer from appointed posts
04-12-2024 6:47 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — City councilors are saying little about a scathing statement read by a local business owner at this week’s City Council meeting demanding the council remove their former colleague, Jon Stone, from two appointed positions he holds with the...


Another hiker rescued from Mount Cube
04-12-2024 2:21 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

ORFORD — For the fourth time since August, rescue teams were dispatched on Thursday to help evacuate an injured hiker off Mount Cube in Orford; this time, rescue efforts were slowed by having to trek through snow that remained on the mountain after...


Stocking Windsor’s Kennedy Pond
04-12-2024 10:17 AM


Quechee Gorge Bridge construction begins
04-12-2024 10:14 AM

On Wednesday, a crew from Harrison and Burrowes Bridge Constructors places barriers to separate the east and westbound lanes on Route 4, limiting traffic to one side of the road to make room for construction on the Quechee Gorge Bridge. Traffic on the...


Getting a lift in South Royalton
04-12-2024 10:12 AM

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