CLAREMONT — The horn of Amtrak’s Vermonter blared for the first time in 16 months as the passenger train pulled into the Claremont station, marking what many New Hampshire and Vermont residents hope will be a long-lasting return to travel and local economic activity.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The New England Revolution (9-3-3; 30 pts.) defeated Inter Miami CF (2-8-2; 8 pts.) 5-0, in the first-ever meeting between the two sides on Wed… Read more

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HANOVER — The sweet sound of a soccer ball being struck perfectly echoed across Hanover on Saturday as the 46th annual Lions Cup made a return after everything was put… Read more

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CLAREMONT — Summer vacation is over and its back to the races this Friday, July 23, at Claremont Motorsports Park, as the three-mile speedplant kicks off the second ha… Read more


CONCORD (AP) — Fine-particle air pollution concentrations have reached unhealthy levels statewide for people with lung diseases and those who are active outdoors as smoke from wildfires in the west and Canada reaches the area, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services said Monday.

MANCHESTER (AP) — The head of the Roman Catholic Church in New Hampshire “categorically denies” recent allegations that he committed sexual abuse while serving as a priest in New York in the 1980s, according to a statement issued by his lawyer on Saturday.

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It sounds like the plot of a movie. Maine Sen. Angus King urged government and private-sector officials to do more to be prepared because “the next Pearl Harbor, the next 9/11 will be cyber.” Read more

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A report issued this week shows just how challenging the rental market in Vermont has become. In order to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment at the Fair Market Rent in Vermont, full-time workers need to earn $23.68 an hour, or $49,258 annually, according to Out of Reach — a report release… Read more