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Can't we disagree without being disagreeable?I just renewed my Valley News subscription because I think it's important that we have a local newspaper. I have... [Read More]
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For 30 years, Susan Stoutes worked for Tuttle Printing and Engraving in Rutland. But in March, along with thousands of other Vermonters, she was laid... [Read More]
People of color have been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic nationwide due to long-standing inequities in the healthcare system, and in recent months those... [Read More]
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With winter weather imminent, a fear is beginning to materialize among snowplow crews statewide: What if a whole crew were to be out sick with... [Read More]
New Hampshire health officials announced Sunday that 491 Granite Staters tested positive for COVID-19 over two days last week.Of the new cases, 259 are from... [Read More]
Town officials this week plan to discuss a proposed 150-kilowatt solar array project that has concerned some West Hartford neighbors over its impact on the... [Read More]
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Every morning, Hank Smith would drive one of his 14 antique cars from the 1950s to the Mountain Creamery or Mon Vert Cafe on Central... [Read More]
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Never a terrific dancer, I still manage to relate with the people who recently danced in the streets after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were... [Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic has entered a frightening new phase, picking up speed in every state and breaking new records almost daily. California and Texas have... [Read More]
Enlightening voice on Hartford boardCongratulations to both Rachel Edens and the town Hartford for her appointment to the Hartford Selectboard ("New member joins Selectboard," Nov.... [Read More]
The number of children calling a statewide crisis hotline has increased by nearly 20% since 2019, yet another indication that New Hampshire kids are struggling... [Read More]
The retail industry, crushed by the rise of online shopping, was already in extremis before COVID-19 hit. Since then, the pandemic forced countless more storefronts... [Read More]
Susan Golden says she never thought of herself as much of a "pioneer" but the former Hanover resident was in the vanguard when it comes... [Read More]
Trish Jackson is the new interim head of development for The New School in New York City.She leads a team of 21 employees and spearheads... [Read More]
A couple of times a week, Gordon Best leaves his home in Windsor to drive senior citizens to medical appointments and grocery shopping, among other... [Read More]
As a student of how societies function and look after their well-being, Nicholas Christakis was paying attention to the novel coronavirus for weeks before the... [Read More]
Each year, dozens of people gather for the Upper Valley Music Center's Messiah Sing.Musicians, vocalists and students take part in the holiday tradition that in... [Read More]
Believe it or not, the opposing sides in the heated debate over how much Lebanon taxpayers spend on policing — way too much or just... [Read More]
Trevor Lohr lives in an apartment above Chapman's Store, so naturally, he shops there from time to time, mainly for wine and bagels.Saturday morning, he... [Read More]
Lebanon Middle School will move from in-person instruction to remote learning after a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus last week, Lebanon Superintendent Joanne... [Read More]
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