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Masked players Jack Cravinhoof, #11, of Bellows Falls, and Rivendell’s Calbel Haenel battle for possession during Saturday’s match. Rivendell Academy defeated Bellows Falls in boys soccer 4-0 on Saturday morning in the opening game for both schools. Rivendell scored the game winner on penalt…

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Springfield's Tim Amsden, right, works his way by Brattleboro's Trinley Warren during the match up between the Cosmos and Colonels Saturday afternoon on Brown Field. After a much evenly matched game, the Colonels took home the 24-21 victory on a field goal kick with under a minute left in the game.

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Springfield's Emma Snyder, center, breaks free from Brattleboro defenders during Saturday morning's first game of the season. The Cosmos, who lost 10 seniors to graduation, fell to the Colonels 7-1 on Brown Field.

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Jack Hurley, of Claremont, gives a thumbs up to a honking passerby as he holds up a sign that reads “Racism is not patriotic” at a social justice rally in Broad Street Park on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. In talking with other participants, Hurley emphasized the importance of remaining steadfast …

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WINDSOR, Vt. — The town of Windsor is making great strides in health and wellness with the Windsor Walks walking loop system. The project encourages community members and Windsor-based employees to walk more, provide opportunities to learn more about the town we live and work in, and aims to…

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The Cardinals Emily Herbert lets one fly in the early going of Wednesdays match against Lebanon. The Raiders Claire Thibidou and Clara Symerski defend as Bri Frisbee and Abbie Thurber join in the attack for Stevens. The Cardinals had a few chances to put points on the scoreboard early but co…

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LANGDON — The pandemic has created some different match-ups in New Hampshire and one of them happened Friday night as Division 2 Hanover took the 45-minute trip south to Wildcat country.

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Newport’s David Hutchinson gathers in the shot off the foot of Mascoma’s Ben Seller while Tigers defender Anson Ritondo moves in to protect his keeper. Mascoma had too much firepower for the young Tigers and left the Sunshine town with a big win on Wednesday as seniors Matt Gallagher and Hut…

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T.J. Donovan said he wants another two-year term as the state’s attorney general because he wants to continue the work he’s done during the past four years and to help the state navigate its way out of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Brooke Paige has some strong opinions about how life — and elections — could be better for Vermonters, and he’s running for secretary of state and attorney general so he can be part of the changes he would like to see.

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Sunapee’s boys and girls soccer teams scored a combined 16 goals to win two games on Wednesday.

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The deadlines attached to coronavirus relief funds have led to some projects not happening or being scaled back.

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CONCORD — A federal jury began deliberating Friday in the case of a self-proclaimed white nationalist accused of threatening to rape the wife of a man who was part of a racist group he felt was harassing him.

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PORTSMOUTH (AP) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has designated an area about 12 miles off the coast of Portsmouth as a long-term disposal site for dredging material from Maine, New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts, the agency announced Friday.