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A Life: Dale “Penny” Breed; ‘Her star shined bright while it was shining’
01-09-2023 10:34 AM

By JUSTIN CAMPFIELD

Friends and family members agree that one characteristic permeated nearly every part of longtime Upper Valley resident Dale “Penny” Breed’s life: She did not like being told she couldn’t do something.Whether it was as an accomplished student and...


Solar array project proposed in Claremont
01-08-2023 7:32 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — Another solar array is being proposed for the River Road area, the third such project since 2019.On Jan. 16, the Zoning Board of Adjustment will consider a variance request for a 1 megawatt array covering about 4.6 acres on a 12-acre...


Thetford 21-year-old with cerebral palsy yearns for independence with a bit of support
01-06-2023 7:35 PM

By RAY COUTURE

THETFORD — In some ways, Owen Dybvig is just like any other 21-year-old still living at home: He’s ready to move out from under his parents’ wings and pursue his own interests, make new friends, and see more of the world.But moving is a lot more...


Flipping the business: Gymnastics center has new owners
12-22-2022 8:21 PM

By JUSTIN CAMPFIELD

WILDER — A cornerstone of the Upper Valley youth sports scene has changed hands as longtime Northern Lights Gymnastics owner Jill Vanderpot recently sold the gym to a new ownership group comprised of two current employees and the parents of a...


Ruger Mill developers get tax relief
12-21-2022 7:45 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

NEWPORT — A tax relief program aimed at spurring redevelopment of qualifying structures has been approved for the developers who plan to convert the former Ruger Mill on Sunapee Street into 70 housing units.The Selectboard’s unanimous vote Monday...


As Hanover clothing shop closes, officials examine downtown commerce
12-04-2022 8:49 PM

By RAY COUTURE

HANOVER — Clothing and jewelry shop Traditionally Trendy closed its doors last month after a 31-year run on Hanover’s Main Street, though owner Rocio Menoscal promises the store, along with a new venture selling hats, will continue sales...


Woodstock hopes to find stability with newest municipal manager
11-29-2022 12:25 PM

By JUSTIN CAMPFIELD

WOODSTOCK — After recently experiencing uncharacteristic turnover in the municipal manager’s office, Woodstock officials are hoping its newest hire will bring stability to the position.By unanimous vote, the Woodstock town and village boards last...


Wife and husband open Filipino-inspired restaurant in Randolph
11-14-2022 1:25 PM

By NICOLA SMITH

In the Filipino language Tagalog, the word “kuya,” or “brother,” is a sign of respect, a mark of amiable connection that precedes a person’s name. Kuya is also the name of a recently opened Filipino-American restaurant in Randolph that is bringing the...


Death hangs over plans for South Royalton railroad crossing
10-10-2022 10:37 AM

By RAY COUTURE  

SOUTH ROYALTON — The death of Vermont Law School student Thomas Fennell, who was killed last year at a South Royalton railroad crossing when a train struck his vehicle, was on the minds of many community members present at a Thursday hearing with the...


Housing project on track to add 42 apartments in White River Junction
10-05-2022 1:10 AM

By ROSE TERAMI

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A new 42-unit affordable housing project is slated for a lot right near Lyman Bridge, which carries traffic across the Connecticut River from Vermont to West Lebanon.The Riverwalk project, which will occupy the corner of Maple...


Rehab of Lyme-East Thetford bridge could keep span closed for 18 months
09-26-2022 8:51 PM

By JUSTIN CAMPFIELD

LYME — The good news is that after a first round of bidding failed to attract any contractors willing to take on the Lyme-East Thetford Bridge refurbishment project, a second round of bidding in May elicited three bids, with the New Hampshire...


Lebanon City Council recommends staying the course on airport service with Cape Air
09-23-2022 1:46 AM

BY LAURA KOES

LEBANON — The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend renewing Cape Air’s Essential Air Service contract at Lebanon Municipal Airport.After hearing public testimony and reviewing information on competing proposals from Cape Air, the...


196-unit apartment complex being proposed at former mill, Kleen site in Lebanon
09-21-2022 1:23 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The Lebanon Planning Board will consider a proposal to create a 196-unit apartment complex at the former Kleen laundry facility and dry cleaner business on Mechanic Street, which project developers say will help address the region’s housing...


With new carrier up for contract, Lebanon airport may be changing flights
09-17-2022 12:55 AM

By LAURA KOES

LEBANON — The City Council is slated to decide next week which air carrier will hold the Essential Air Service contract through the U.S. Department of Transportation at the city’s airport starting on Dec. 1.Cape Air has held the contract since 2008...


Drone purchase to aid Sullivan County police in emergencies
09-11-2022 8:39 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

NEWPORT — About once a week since May, the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department has assisted area emergency responders using drones for search and rescue operations and other circumstances.The department purchased the drones last December and put them...


Norwich salon says goodbye to longtime regulars as business closes shop
09-02-2022 10:39 PM

By RAY COUTURE

NORWICH — For the past decade, Jay Rimmel could count on his roughly once-a-month trip to Diane’s Casual Cuts to double as both a much-needed trim and a therapeutic session.That’s because Rimmel’s stylist, Laura Fraser, would blast 1970s jams from the...


Newport sees spike in property values
08-21-2022 9:03 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

NEWPORT — The recently completed revaluation of town property resulted in an astonishing increase of 81% in the total value of residential property and 41% in commercial/industrial property, which includes apartment complexes and multi-family...


Claremont businesses upbeat as Pleasant Street renovations wind down
08-11-2022 12:07 AM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — To paraphrase an overused line from a popular movie: They built it; now will they come?As construction crews put the finishing touches on the nearly $5 million project to rebuild the city center portion of Pleasant Street, businesses that...


Newport housing projects inch closer to reality after Selectboard meeting
07-19-2022 10:14 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

NEWPORT, N.H. — Two planned housing projects took small steps forward on the financing side at the Newport Selectboard’s meeting Monday night.The board first approved a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant application for Occom Properties, of...


Claremont moves forward on transferring transfer station to private control
07-15-2022 1:43 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — After hearing residents speak for and against privatizing the city’s transfer station, the City Council voted, 5-4, on Wednesday to authorize interim City Manager John Bohenko to begin negotiations with DeCamp Waste Services to operate the...

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