This 2016 photo provided by the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) shows two people engaging in conversation at a Farmers’ Market in Randolph, Vt. The VAAFM announces grant funds to strengthen Vermont’s specialty crop industries. Specialty crops are defined as fruits, …
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WASHINGTON — Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday, swearing the oath of office just before noon to take the helm of a deeply divided nation while inheriting a confluence of crises arguably greater than any faced by his predecessors.
SUNAPEE — The 3-0 Lakers struggled against the 0-1 Fall Mountain Wildcats, trailing in the early going. But they soon found their game and revved things up to pull away from an energized Wildcat team.
As President Donald Trump entered the final year of his term last January, the U.S. recorded its first confirmed case of COVID-19. Not to worry, Trump insisted, his administration had the virus “totally under control.”
Vermont is facing at least its second lawsuit in four months over a voucher program that allows students in communities that don’t have schools or are not part of supervisory unions to attend schools of their choice, including approved private institutions.
MONTPELIER, Vt. — The weather may have been too much to bear, or they listened to the pleas of state officials, but either way, there was relief Sunday after a feared armed protest at the State House failed to materialize.
WASHINGTON — Hours from inauguration, President-elect Joe Biden paused on what might have been his triumphal entrance to Washington Tuesday evening to mark instead the national tragedy of the coronavirus pandemic with a moment of collective grief for Americans lost.
NEWPORT — A new state-approved alternative approach to holding school budget deliberations has some residents and school officials concerned, citing a potential to disenfranchise voters or delay the approval of the next school budget.
SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Springfield residents will see a mild tax increase from the proposed municipal budget for fiscal year 2022 while maintaining current town services and operating hours.
HANOVER (AP) — Dartmouth College is going smoke-free starting March 18, banning tobacco products on all college property and also public sidewalks near buildings.
CONCORD (AP) — A couple in Boscawen, New Hampshire, have been named the 2021 Outstanding Tree Farmers of the Year by the state tree farm program.
CONCORD (AP) — A New Hampshire Democratic lawmaker's criticism of a local police chief for attending a rally preceding the attack on the U.S. Capitol prompted her being removed from her committee assignments while some officials voiced support for the chief.
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Preliminary numbers show that hunters had a record bear season in Vermont and New Hampshire last year, in part because of a surge in the number of hunters brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, state officials said.
KILLINGTON, Vt. — When the pandemic closed his inn back in March, Joshua Eckler began making phone calls. What he discovered was there were few places he could turn to.
CONCORD — New Hampshire housing advocates are applauding President-elect Joe Biden's plan to extend the moratorium on evictions tomorrow, on day one of his administration.
As an emergency physician, Dr. Eugenia South was in the first group of people to receive a COVID vaccine. She received her second dose last week — even before President-elect Joe Biden.