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From left to right: Paul Blanchard of Sturm, Ruger & Co.; Newport Fire Department Captain/EMT David McCrillis; Sturm, Ruger & Co. Senior Director of EHS Operations Bill Bailey; April Crowley of Sturm, Ruger & Co.; Sturm, Ruger & Co. Security Chief John Clark; LaValley Buildin…

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CONCORD — The second of two New Hampshire gubernatorial debates within 13 hours explored one candidate’s lack of leadership experience and the other’s loyalty to the nation’s leader.

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MANCHESTER, Vt. — After hiking over 200 miles (320 kilometers) on the country’s oldest long-distance trail, Rob Mullen had just 3 miles (5 kilometers) to go in the rain to meet up with his wife and father for a break.

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NEWPORT — The Newport Selectboard plans to renew informational discussions with town residents about the benefit of building a new community center, in hopes to get voters to pass a bond for the project in May.

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Home heating costs are expected to grow this winter because of projections of colder weather and people continuing to shelter at home due to the pandemic. But many could get a break in New England, which is heavily dependent on heating oil.

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CLAREMONT — Sullivan County Superior Court Justice Brian Tucker has ordered the sealing of all document filings in the ongoing case between former Claremont police officer Jon Stone and the city of Claremont.

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From left to right: New Hampshire Rep. Gary Merchant (Sullivan 4), Claremont Mayor Charlene Lovett, Golden Cross Ambulance Vice President Allyn Girard, Valley Regional Healthcare Medical Imaging Manager Jessica Ball, and Sullivan County Health Care Central Supply Coordinator Amanda Tomasko. …

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CLAREMONT — A Claremont cornfield off Chestnut Street drew the curiosity of numerous drivers and residents Thursday when more than 80 men and women were busily combing the cut fields with metal detectors and spades.

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CLAREMONT — A local couple with several growing businesses is preparing to purchase and renovate the former Junior Sports League (JSL) building on 45 School St. for their new manufacturing operations.

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EAST MONTPELIER, Vt. — Demand for water quality grants by Vermont farmers has been high, according to the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board.

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