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River Valley Club Co-Owner, Dartblog Writer Joe Asch Dies at 60
10-10-2018 1:26 PM

By Tim Camerato

Hanover — Joe Asch, a prominent Upper Valley businessman and blogger known for his sharp criticism of Dartmouth College administrators, died on Tuesday. He was 60.His death was an apparent suicide. Responding to the report of an unconscious male at...


More Room to Row: Dartmouth to Expand Boathouse
08-18-2018 1:00 AM

By Jared Pendak

Hanover — Thanks to Upper Valley winters, Dartmouth College’s rowing teams are almost never able to access the Connecticut River when the spring sports season begins in early February. Starting next year, they should at least be able to simulate it...


Lyme Psychologist Suspended Over Ethics
07-29-2018 9:04 AM

By Nora Doyle-Burr

Lyme — The New Hampshire Board of Psychologists has suspended the license of a psychologist from Lyme for 10 months in a case that involves ethical boundaries and a therapist trying to help a troubled teen with a difficult home life.The suspension of...


Third Dartmouth Professor Ousted in Sexual Misconduct Inquiry
07-18-2018 9:41 AM

By Nora Doyle-Burr

Hanover — A third Dartmouth professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences has left his job following an investigation into sexual misconduct.Professor William M. Kelley resigned “effective immediately,” in the face of a...


Bridge Chemicals Drip on River; Swimmers Complain Drops Cause Burns
07-11-2018 9:44 AM

By Matt Hongoltz-Hetling

Royalton Village — Town officials are scrambling to respond to complaints that a municipal bridge is dripping creosote into the White River, causing painful chemical burns to some people who recently were floating down the river in inner tubes.The...


Highlights: College Ensembles Perform Together, on Separate Stages
05-24-2018 12:05 AM

By David Corriveau

In Igor Stravinsky’s ballet Petrushka, a diabolical puppetmaster called The Charlatan shows no mercy while pulling the strings of the doomed title protagonist.To pull off their modern adaptation at the Hopkins Center this weekend, the Dartmouth Dance...


Claremont Death Ruled a Homicide
05-16-2018 10:20 AM

By Jordan Cuddemi

Claremont — A Claremont man who was shot multiple times in a restaurant parking lot early on Sunday morning died from those wounds, according to the results an autopsy, which ruled Jesse Jarvis’ death a homicide.Jarvis, who had a lengthy criminal...


N.H. Attorney General: Jesse Jarvis, 36, Dead in Claremont Parking Lot After Suffering Multiple Gunshot Wounds
05-15-2018 10:41 AM

By Tim Camerato

Claremont — A former prison gang leader who was active in the white supremacist movement died shortly after midnight on Sunday in the parking lot of a Chinese restaurant after being shot multiple times, according to the New Hampshire Attorney...


Ex-Claremont Officer Faces Criminal Charges
04-27-2018 12:40 PM

By Jordan Cuddemi

Newport — A former Claremont police sergeant was charged on Thursday with lying about how he discovered weapons during an arrest earlier this year after a state trooper raised concerns about the search and a fellow Claremont officer told investigators...


VLS Student Rankles Classmates, Administrators
04-10-2018 5:15 PM

By Matt Hongoltz-Hetling

South Royalton — During the two years Sisyphus Bradford has been enrolled in Vermont Law School, she has aired and otherwise pursued a variety of concerns and grievances about the South Royalton institution, ranging from how it has handled its tight...


School Notes: Accomplished Student Wins National Essay Contest
04-09-2018 10:00 PM

By David Corriveau

Jacob Slaughter was making a name for himself as a mathematician, an inventor and an athlete before he graduated from middle school.Turns out that the young Hanover resident also has a way with words, too: The national Association for Women in...


Family Left to Pray, Hope for Former Dartmouth Quarterback
02-23-2018 3:33 PM

By Tris Wykes

Temperatures sank into the low 20s and the wind chill approached single digits, but Pat Lahey’s mind wasn’t on the cold. Standing atop Fenway Park’s famous Green Monster left-field wall, the former Dartmouth College football captain stared out of the...


No Swimming: Members-Only Lake Pinneo in Quechee Will Remain Private
02-08-2018 10:28 AM

By Matt Hongoltz-Hetling

Quechee — Lake Pinneo, the manmade body of water owned by the Quechee Lakes Landowners Association, is not expected to open its beaches to the general public anytime soon.The continuing denial of public access — which dates to 2015 — could be all the...


Former Valley Regional Physician Charged With Sexual Assault
01-30-2018 4:22 PM

By Jordan Cuddemi

Claremont — A former Valley Regional Hospital doctor who self-reported a sexual relationship with a patient in May has been charged with one count of aggravated felonious sexual assault.Dr. Eric L. Knight, 50, of Derry, N.H., turned himself in to...


Video: Flooding Closes Roads, Prompts Voluntary Evacuations in Windsor Area
01-15-2018 11:22 AM

By Matt Hongoltz-Hetling

Windsor — There were evacuations and closures in Upper Valley communities including Newport, Windsor and Cornish on Saturday in response to flooding associated with a January thaw that began with Friday night’s rainfall.Emergency dispatchers used...


Fiancee: Enfield Man Was Shot, Killed as He Fled From Police
12-29-2017 12:09 AM

By Jordan Cuddemi

Canaan — A 26-year-old Enfield man was attempting to avoid being arrested on an outstanding warrant when he was shot by a state trooper in a field, according to his fiancee, who was a passenger in the car that police had tried to stop along Route 4 in...


Senior Living Facilities, Alice Peck Day in Same Fold
12-13-2017 4:39 PM

By Nora Doyle-Burr

Lebanon — After exploring a potential partnership with a third party, officials at the nonprofit that runs Harvest Hill and The Woodlands now plan to bring the senior living facilities and Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital back together under the...


Grantham Indoor Closing as Retirement Beckons Owner
12-07-2017 2:21 PM

By Josh Weinreb

Grantham — Robert MacNeil was supposed to be retired already.Owning and operating Grantham Indoor, an indoor recreation facility just off of Interstate 89, he said, was more of a labor of love than anything else. Nineteen years later, the Lebanon...


Aloha Foundation Tells of 1980s Abuse at Lanakila Camp
10-27-2017 12:30 PM

Tim Camerato

Fairlee — The Aloha Foundation has notified parents and former campers that it failed to respond adequately more than 30 years ago when a counselor at its boys camp on Lake Morey “inappropriately touched” at least two campers in the 1980s.The...


Looking Back at Vietnam
09-15-2017 10:00 PM

By Nicola Smith

Two weeks after being hospitalized on an American base in Japan for a severe injury sustained in a firefight in South Vietnam, Mike Heaney wanted to make sure he would remember what had happened to him, and where, and how.So he drew two maps: blue ink...

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