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Dunne discusses infrastructure, drug problem in VT &nbsp

BELLOWS FALLS — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Dunne stopped by the FACT TV studio Wednesday afternoon to share his thoughts on infrastructure, poverty, healthcare and drugs during an interview with local media. More...

Obituaries &nbsp

Donald Jarvis &nbsp

CLAREMONT — Donald Jarvis passed away Monday, March 21, 2016, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center after a long, courageous battle with lung cancer. He was the loving husband of Gloria (Derosier) Jarvis. More...

Wyatt M. Morin &nbsp

Baby Wyatt Michael Morin died Wednesday, March 2, 2016, at Springfield Hospital. Wyatt was the son of Kaitlyn Chandler and Todd Morin Jr. More...

Vasilike B. Juris &nbsp

NEWPORT — Vasilike Bessie Juris, 90, a longtime resident of Newport, passed away Monday, March 21, 2016, at the Mountain Ridge Genesis Care Facility in Franklin, New Hampshire.  More...

Driver held on $100,000 bail for multiple incidents &nbsp

CLAREMONT — The accused driver of an Audi sedan that smashed into a garage and trailer Tuesday while attempting to elude police — his second alleged high-speed chase ending in a collision in less than six months — should remain incarcerated with More...

Council OKs switch to LED street lamps &nbsp

CLAREMONT — The proposed citywide conversion of street lamps to light-emitting diode (LED) technology was given the conceptual green light from the City Council on Wednesday. More...

Sheriff pulls plug on justice center project &nbsp

ROCKINGHAM — On the eve of the public hearing for the Southern Vermont Justice Center zoning application, Sheriff Keith Clark called the Planning and Zoning Office and rescinded the application, according to a press release. More...

Proposed town budget cuts tax rate 21 cents &nbsp

NEWPORT — The proposed Newport town budget for 2016-17 was officially approved by the Newport Board of Selectmen at its meeting Monday night. More...

Sports

Support breeds success &nbsp

WINDSOR — Michael Bradley didn't stumble upon his basketball talents by accident. The Windsor senior was groomed on the courts from an early age — and worked hard to become successful. He also thrived on the support others offered. More...

Windsor’s Bradley headlines All-Eagle Boys Basketball team &nbsp

When it came to boys basketball the local teams boasted several prolific scorers — four of whom reached 1,000 career points during the recent season. Area teams also had several athletes who were the consummate player. More...

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