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Hanover to temporarily close portion of Allen Street to vehicles
06-13-2024 7:16 PM


HANOVER — A downtown street will be closed to vehicle traffic for much of the summer so that town officials can determine the costs and benefits of converting it into a pedestrian plaza.From June 26 through Aug. 26, Allen Street will be closed to...

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Art Notes: River City Rebels is an older and wiser punk band
05-29-2024 5:37 PM


The line “Rock and roll can never die” lodges in the mind in Neil Young’s voice, but there are countless examples. Keith Richards, for one.Locally, the best measure of rock’s staying power might be the River City Rebels. The band celebrates the 25th...

Lebanon moves forward with plans for employee housing
04-29-2024 6:31 PM


LEBANON — City officials are studying the feasibility of building a small, affordable housing development for public employees on a parcel of city-owned land near Interstate 89.On Wednesday, the City Council will hold a public hearing to consider a...

Spring cleanup in Lebanon
04-26-2024 11:01 AM

Lebanon’s reconstruction project
04-05-2024 9:58 AM

Barnard comic is ‘never afraid to try new things’
03-20-2024 3:45 PM


The first time Vicki Ferentinos pictured herself telling jokes on stage, she didn’t get too far.“I remember saying to a boyfriend when I was 17, ‘I want to be a stand-up.’ And he said, ‘I’m funnier than you.’ Then I didn’t think about it...

Man faces misdemeanor charges after standoff in front of schools
03-15-2024 3:08 PM


LEBANON — A two-hour lockdown at Lebanon High School and Hanover Street School ended a little before 4:30 p.m. on Friday when police detained a man with four loaded weapons in his pickup truck parked in front of the schools.The 39-year-old Vershire...

Tree time in Plainfield
12-12-2023 4:14 PM

Road closure and mixed-use plans for West Lebanon lots head to City Council
12-07-2023 1:49 AM


WEST LEBANON — The City Council next month will consider whether to sell three city-owned properties on Main Street to a private developer — and whether to join the properties by closing Church Street, which intersects the parcels.The West Lebanon...

Input sought in West Lebanon
10-05-2023 5:52 AM

LEBANON — City officials are seeking input from residents and business owners on how to utilize three city-owned properties on Main Street in West Lebanon. The West Lebanon Revitalization Advisory Committee launched an online survey on Tuesday to...

Into plein air
09-25-2023 12:53 PM

Art Notes: Western Terrestrials came home to record new album
09-13-2023 6:24 PM


The Western Terrestrials laid down the tracks for the band’s first two records in Nashville. That’s where country and Americana bands go to find the experts in their field.And those two records, “The Clearlake Conspiracy,” released in 2019, and “Back...

Branching up and out
09-12-2023 10:01 PM

All lined up
09-05-2023 9:54 PM

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Lebanon seeks new developer for Spencer Street parcel
06-09-2023 2:43 PM


LEBANON — City officials will seek new proposals to redevelop the former public works building at 20 Spencer St., after plans to build 94 apartments and street-level retail and commercial spaces collapsed.On Wednesday, the City Council recruited the...

Kenyon: Pride puts roots down in Windsor
06-03-2023 9:15 PM


After the Windsor Selectboard voted in October to block advocates for the LGBTQ+ community from planting a “Pride” tree on the town common, Amanda Jordan Smith could have given up the fight. Instead, she dug in. Jordan Smith, a former Selectboard...

Art Notes: Grief finds expression in Upper Valley arts events
05-31-2023 4:32 PM


Dancer and choreographer Lucia Gagliardone grew up hearing stories about her paternal grandmother, Margaret, who died before Lucia was born. Like many 20th-century Margarets, she was known as Peggy, and to young Lucia she was “Angel Peg.” “Everyone...

Multiple brush fires keep Upper Valley crews busy, warning of dry conditions
05-20-2023 1:12 PM


HARTFORD — The summer brush fire season has begun — and the beginning of summer is still a month away.Unseasonably dry spring weather is helping to kindle wildfires around the Upper Valley that caused several town fire departments to spring into...

A life of music and art, celebrated before the end
05-08-2023 11:02 AM


THETFORD — During the coronavirus pandemic, Ed Eastridge, who for the past two decades has been the Upper Valley’s most prolific guitar teacher, was forced to move his lessons online.This was a feature of the performing arts at the time. There weren’t...

Pride at the piano
04-12-2023 11:22 PM

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