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Town Meeting: Windsor Selectboard candidate’s photo from Capitol riot raised at forum
03-01-2023 4:29 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

WINDSOR — Both candidates in the lone contested Selectboard race want more funding for amenities such as recreation and the arts, but only one of the candidates has been forced to fend off allegations of having participated in the Jan. 6, 2021,...


Broken things brought back to life at Randolph Repair Fair
02-25-2023 8:08 PM

By RAY COUTURE

RANDOLPH — Sharon Rives strolled into the basement of the Bethany United Church of Christ in Randolph on Saturday morning holding a cardboard box filled with tangled headphone wires, three broken CD players,and a dream of one day getting to listen to...


Newport school district expects to move ahead with SRVTC renovation, expansion
02-17-2023 1:35 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

NEWPORT — Decades-old restrictions on how the location of a former hockey rink can be used by the school district won’t stand in the way of building a new agricultural center for students. But officials do have to identify another parcel in town for a...


Critical hit: In-person, tabletop gaming’s growth buffing Upper Valley businesses
02-14-2023 10:27 PM

By LAURA KOES

WEST LEBANON — When Black Moon Games opened in downtown Lebanon in May 2014, a business focused on in-person and tabletop gaming might have seemed like a roll of the 20-sided die. But as gaming has gained popularity in mainstream culture, so too has...


Sharon library’s chili sale brings the heat to fundraising efforts
02-11-2023 10:35 PM

By RAY COUTURE

SHARON — A framed obituary of the Edward K. Baxter Memorial Library’s namesake hangs near the red-brick building’s back entrance and, on Friday night, that picture rested just above a plastic table holding tins of homemade chili and bags of jalapeño...


Improv show brings raucous laughs to White River Junction
02-04-2023 10:54 PM

By RAY COUTURE

As the temperature outside the Gates Briggs Building dipped deeper into the negatives Friday night, members of Valley Improv looked to get their audience’s blood pumping with a performance of Disney’s Frozen in three minutes or less.The...


Hartland building the latest to see renters ousted en masse after sale to Boston firm MG2
02-04-2023 10:51 PM

By JUSTIN CAMPFIELD

HARTLAND — Less than a year after it issued “no cause” eviction notices to the residents of 18 apartments in Quechee, a Boston real estate investment company with an expanding Upper Valley portfolio has given residents of eight apartments in Hartland...


2023 HS snow sports guide
02-02-2023 12:00 PM

By BILL WILKINSON

 Alpine SkiingHanoverCoach: Gabi Formankova (17th season).League: NHIAA Division II.Last year: Boys were state champions, girls were runners up.Returners: Seniors — Cam Forbush, Mack Levy, Lilly Clapp, Ashley Cotter, Maeve Crowley, Sadie Higgins,...


2023 HS indoor track guide
02-02-2023 11:58 AM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

 While track and field competitors participated in cross country and outdoor events during COVID, the indoor track season was cancelled in New Hampshire and was limited in Vermont the last two years. With the pandemic in check, area teams are gearing...


2023 HS swimming guide
02-02-2023 11:57 AM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

HANOVERCoaches: Head swimming Trent Staats (first season as head coach, second on staff); assistant swimming Linda Bedford (eighth season); assistant swimming Sean Utierwyk (fifth season); head diving Carl Renshaw (fifth season).League: NHIAA Division...


2023 HS bowling guide
02-02-2023 11:56 AM

By BILL WILKINSON

 HartfordCoach: Cean Lieberman (fifth season).League: VPA, Southern Division.Roster: Senior — Hailey Rogers. Sophomores — Joey Gallant, Kara Robinson. Freshmen — Connor Fredholm, Nara Gallagher, Lyndsey Davis.Analysis: Without a local bowling alley...


Vermonters learn how to ice fish at Barnard’s Silver Lake
01-30-2023 10:05 AM

By RAY COUTURE

The northern pike, pumpkinseed, and large- and small-mouth bass resting idly at the bottom of Silver Lake could not have anticipated the barrage of would-be ice fishermen that gathered above them on the slushy-covered frozen surface Saturday...


Hundreds of Vermonters learn about ice fishing at Barnard’s Silver Lake
01-28-2023 11:17 PM

By RAY COUTURE

BARNARD — The northern pike, pumpkinseed and large- and small-mouth bass resting idly at the bottom of Silver Lake could not have anticipated the barrage of would-be ice fishermen that gathered above them on the slushy-covered frozen surface Saturday...


Charlestown board rejects appeal of Perry Mountain project permit
01-27-2023 5:26 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CHARLESTOWN — A town board has rejected an appeal of a building permit issued to a landowner who has plans for a 10,000-square-foot home on Perry Mountain accessed by a Class VI road.The Zoning Board of Adjustment, acting in its capacity as the...


A lively array attend WRJ workshop blending collage and stop-motion animation
01-21-2023 11:16 PM

By RAY COUTURE

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — At one desk, paper birds of prey pirouette while passing a platinum ball between their talons. At a table nearby, a laughing baby in a vintage orange jumper spins on his head while a muscled gymnast flexes his biceps — before an...


City wants to hear from experts about residential rehab sites on property values
01-18-2023 12:25 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — The city’s Zoning Board of Adjustment is seeking expert testimony on the potential impact of a substance misuse recovery home before it decides on whether to approve a variance.The board continued its review of the application for a...


Catching up with a food class at Billings Farm and Museum
01-17-2023 3:01 PM

By NICOLA SMITH

On an icy gray morning, the subject at the Billings Farm & Museum learning kitchen was, appropriately, Cozy Stews and Breads, one of a series of adult classes that are part of the farm and museum’s Backyard Workshops. For Emery Gray, the chef at the...


A Life: Ella Casey; ‘She did everything in Newport’
01-16-2023 1:32 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

NEWPORT — When Ella Casey arrived in Newport in the mid-1960s, she hit the ground running and rarely stopped for the next 50-plus years, involving herself in more town and community endeavors than anyone can recallCasey, who died at age 92 on October...


Claremont schools budget up 3%
01-15-2023 9:11 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — A proposed Claremont School District budget of $35.86 million budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 represents an increase of more than $1.1 million, or 3.1%, from the current year.Most of the increase is for the first year of a...


Charlestown Zoning Board seeks advice on effort to nix Selectboard-issued permits
01-13-2023 5:12 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CHARLESTOWN — The town Zoning Board of Adjustment is seeking guidance from the town’s attorney after outcry from a group of residents raised questions about the authority to rescind certain building permits.The residents are hoping to nix two building...

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