NEWPORT — The Sullivan County delegation has set a date later this month to vote on the proposed nursing home renovation project, which is expected to cost $54 million.
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Falling flurries are seen coating West Claremont on Friday, April 16, 2021, as an April nor’easter made its way through northern New England between Thursday night and Friday afternoon leading to a number of power outages largely restricted to Sullivan and Cheshire Counties. Reported snowfal…
LANGDON — The sweet sound of the bat hitting the ball rang out on Wednesday as the Tigers and Wildcats opened their seasons with both schools grabbing a win.
CLAREMONT — City councilors came to odds on Wednesday over how much jurisdiction the council should have over city operational matters following a council vote directing all Department of Public Works vehicles to be painted fire-yellow.
CLAREMONT — The Sullivan County ATV Club temporarily withdrew its request this week to use Cat Hole Road and other Class V roads as it continues to search for alternative parking and access to the popular Cat Hole Trails.
In New Hampshire, any person 16 years of age or older can register for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at vaccines.nh.gov or by telephone at 2-1-1. In Vermont, any person 16 years of age can register for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at healthvermont.gov or by telephone at (855) 722-7878.
The Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR), Sarah L. Stewart, is pleased to announce the appointment of Craig D. Rennie as the new chief supervisor of the New Hampshire Bureau of Trails.
CLAREMONT — The City of Claremont is pushing back against an effort by city merit-plan employees to unionize.
New Hampshire Fish and Game Conservation Officer Jonathan DeLisle holds onto a rescued bear cub in Marlow on Monday, April 12, 2021. Wildlife Biologist Andy Timmons made the decision to intervene and take the male bear cub to the Kilham Bear Center in Lyme after weighing several factors, inc…
CHARLESTOWN — Charlestown Selectboard member Shelly Andrus will take over the vacant seat on the Fall Mountain Regional School Board in place of former member Scott Bushway, who resigned last month due to professional commitments.
MONTPELIER, Vt. — While there’s no statewide “burn ban” in effect, many town fire wardens aren’t issuing burn permits due to the dry weather.
CLAREMONT — The 2021 Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl will have some serious local talent on the football field to represent our area as nine players have been chosen to play from the schools we cover.
Some wildlife biologists in northern New England hope that increasing the number of moose taken by hunters this fall will help protect the herd from ticks and lead to healthier animals.
WEST HAVEN, Vt. — A Vermont State Police Trooper who fired his gun during a Dec. 6 incident in West Haven when a Fair Haven man allegedly drove his vehicle at police will not face criminal charges for the shooting, according to Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan.
In New Hampshire, any resident 16 years of age or older can register for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at vaccines.nh.gov or by telephone at 2-1-1. In Vermont, any resident 30 years of age or older or those 16 years of age or older who have chronic health conditions that put them at hig…
CONCORD (AP) — New Hampshire's unemployment rate for March was 3%, a decrease of three-tenths of a percentage point from February, officials said Tuesday.
CONCORD (AP) — A landlord has been accused of discriminating against a tenant by not allowing her to house an emotional support dog for her anxiety and depression, the U.S. attorney's office said in a lawsuit.
BENNINGTON, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation has again extended the public comment period on the reclassification of groundwater as non-potable in parts of Bennington and Shaftsbury because of PFAS pollution.