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Dartmouth to Move Racially Insensitive Murals Off Campus
09-26-2018 6:05 PM

Staff Report

Hanover — Dartmouth College has decided to move a set of racially insensitive murals to an off-campus storage facility after complaints from Native American students prompted the creation of a committee to study the issue.The four painted scenes —...

Canoe Club in Hanover Closes
09-14-2018 9:34 AM

By John Lippman

Hanover — Following weeks of rumors that the business was on shaky ground, the owners of Canoe Club confirmed on Monday that the Hanover restaurant and bar is closing effective Tuesday.The decision comes a year after Canoe Club was sold by its former...

Hanover to Auction House Taken for Taxes
09-10-2018 9:15 AM

John Lippman

Etna — Maybe it’s not a haunted mansion, but it’s recent history sure has been spooked.The town is moving forward with a tax sale of 5 Gates Road, one the highest assessed value properties on the town’s tax rolls, after consecutive owners failed to...

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...

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...

Second Dartmouth Professor Ousted in Sexual Misconduct Inquiry
06-26-2018 11:50 PM

By Jordan Cuddemi

Hanover — A second Dartmouth College professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences has been ousted in the wake of a sexual misconduct inquiry.Paul Whalen resigned, effective immediately, following a recommendation by Dean of the...

Jubilant Hanover Grads March Into Futures
06-18-2018 6:31 PM

By Tom Blinkhorn

Hanover — Rousing applause and a scattering of misty eyes greeted 169 Hanover high graduating seniors on Friday night.Dressed in maroon caps and gowns, they strode slowly onto the turf athletic field behind the school, as the band, directed by Ian...

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...

Dartmouth Overhauls Branding, School Logo
01-25-2018 4:19 PM

By Rob Wolfe

Hanover — Dartmouth College this week rolled out a new, simplified logo as part of a branding redesign that administrators say will standardize the school’s “visual identity” and present a unified message to the world.Visitors to Dartmouth’s website...

Osher Class Examines Depression-Era Foodways
01-22-2018 4:07 PM

By Nicola Smith

Imagine a crumbly pie crust that tastes a little salty and a little sweet, and has the soft, flaking quality of a phyllo. Is it made from flour, vegetable shortening and butter? Flour and lard? The texture and flavor is subtly different from the usual...

Landmark Restaurants Sold
01-16-2018 11:17 AM

By John Lippman

Hanover — Marc and Patty Milowsky moved to the Upper Valley from Burlington nearly five decades ago to open their first restaurant. They went on to become Hanover’s longest-running restaurateurs as the owners and operators of Jesse’s and Molly’s, two...

Vincent Evans Starzinger
09-08-2017 3:00 AM

Hanover, N.H. — Vincent Evans Starzinger, a Dartmouth College government professor who shaped the careers of over a generation of graduates by inviting them to think critically, died on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, at Wheelock Terrace, Hanover. He was...

Paying It Forward in Hanover
06-13-2017 12:19 PM

By Rob Wolfe

Hanover — Along with current-events references to bears and bygone pizza parlors, Hanover High School on Friday celebrated its 2017 graduates by reminding them to remember their privilege as they enter the wider world.Benjamin Seaman, who gave the...

Owner: Everything But Anchovies Was No Longer Profitable (Video with Radio Jingle)
05-19-2017 12:17 AM

By Jordan Cuddemi

Hanover — The owner of Everything But Anchovies opened up on Wednesday about the reasons behind the abrupt closing of the landmark pizza shop, saying the business hadn’t been profitable since November.Maureen Bogosian said changes in the restaurant...

Hospitality Runs in the Family: Tuohy Siblings Bring to Life a Handful of Vibrant Pubs
05-12-2017 11:56 PM

By David Corriveau

After about a decade of working for other people in the hospitality industry, brothers Josh and Joe Tuohy started an on-and-off, transcontinental phone conversation in 2001 about returning to their roots as hosts of their own family pub.Finally one...

Frederic Rueckert, Jr.
05-04-2017 3:00 AM

Hanover, N.H. — Frederic Rueckert, Jr. died on Monday, May 1, 2017, at the age of 95. He lived a full and productive life dedicated to his family and to the patients he treated during his long career as a plastic surgeon at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock...

Dartmouth Changes Policy Over Banned Frat
04-15-2017 12:18 AM

By Rob Wolfe

Hanover — A leaked letter from the Dartmouth College Board of Trustees indicates that senior administrators negotiated with banned fraternity Alpha Delta about the possibility of a return to campus, but then reconsidered and told the society it was...

Mark James Byrne
04-13-2017 3:00 AM

Montreal, Canada — Mark James Byrne, 55, passed away in Montreal on Thursday, April 6, 2017, surrounded by his loving wife Rebecca, his four cherished children, Sophie, Jacqueline, Matthew and Christopher, his mother, Dorothy Byrne and his...

Anna Christman Horvath
02-23-2017 3:00 AM

Hanover, N.H. — Anna Christman Horvath, 48, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017.Anna was born June 26, 1968, in Milwaukee, Wisc. to parents Robert William and Kay (née Bauman) Christman. She was raised mostly in Green Bay, Wisc., as the eldest of...

How Corning Inc. Handled Contamination of N.Y. Neighborhood
02-11-2017 11:46 PM

By Rob Wolfe

Corning, N.Y. — As a girl, Margaret McDougal used to dig in the thin topsoil of her neighborhood, picking out the pieces of warped and broken glass that littered the Houghton Plot.Decades later, after raising children, moving away, and then returning...

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