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LUDLOW, Vt. — The upcoming informational meeting and vote to decide whether Ludlow will allow a retail cannabis dispensary has been led by Andi Goldman and Meredith Milliken, the duo behind Gotta Love Ludlow, whose mission is to educate residents about cannabis for health and wellness as wel…

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LUDLOW, Vt. — Whether it was the peak of the foliage season, the lure of a non-COVID event, or the aroma of multiple chilies in the autumn air, an exceptionally large number of the area residents and visitors made their way through the 25-plus chili offerings of the Ludlow Rotary Club’s 30th…

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There’s a lot of things one might glean from living out of a camper van and traveling around the country for a year and a half. For Chichester native Dave Andrews, the main takeaway was that the political system in the United States is flawed. And by the time the trip was over, he had figure…

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MERRIMACK — The mother of a 5-year-old New Hampshire boy who hasn’t been seen in six months and a man who was with her were arrested in New York on witness tampering and child endangerment charges, but the search for the child continues, authorities said Monday.

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Remember all that optimism at the start of our Hot Vax Summer? That was back when vaccinations were on the rise, masks were coming off and getting back to normal seemed possible? Businesses began planning for a return to the office though some were holding off until September to give employe…

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TOWNSHEND, Vt. — Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital has received an $18,900 grant from the Vermont Buildings and General Services “Building Communities” grant program to help Grace Cottage upgrade the sidewalk in front of Grace Cottage Family Health Clinic along Route 35.

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Marion L. Phillips residents and longtime friends Bernette Williams, in the green jacket, and Joan Grey read the framed Dec. 9, 1971, newspaper article about the dedication of the building in which they now reside. This past Wednesday, residents took part in a 50th anniversary celebration. J…

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Electric vehicle sales in Vermont are increasing in sales but only when models are available from local dealerships. In recent months, a shortage of computer chips used in all new vehicles has led to a slowdown of deliveries of cars and trucks at many car dealerships nationally and Vermont i…