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Easy sledding in Hanover
01-17-2024 11:45 AM


Stocking up for a power outage
01-15-2024 12:54 AM

Asher Albrecht, 15, of White River Junction, right, scans a case of bottled water for Kathy Wyle, of Deering, N.H., left, at Dan and Whit’s in Norwich on Saturday. Wyle, who was visiting her mother-in-law in Lyme when the power went out, was picking...


Jim Kenyon: Hanover police deny public records request in Dartmouth protester arrests
01-12-2024 11:00 PM

By JIM KENYON

At around 1 a.m. on Oct. 28, Hanover police arrested two Dartmouth College students for criminal trespass on their own campus. After the student-activists were hauled away in handcuffs, cops involved in the encounter would have written a report with...


Top US education official visits Dartmouth to discuss state of debate on nation’s campuses
01-10-2024 7:38 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

HANOVER — U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona met with Dartmouth College students and President Sian Beilock on Wednesday afternoon to discuss ways to improve the quality of political dialogue on college campuses.Dartmouth’s administration...


Liz Cheney: ‘The world will be watching’ NH on primary day
01-08-2024 4:17 AM

By FRANCES MIZE

HANOVER — Speaking on the eve of the three-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, and with just weeks until the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire Republican presidential primary, former Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney came to Hanover on Friday with a...


Out & About: Dartmouth to open ice rink to the public
01-06-2024 4:26 AM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

HANOVER — This winter there will be another outdoor rink for ice skaters to visit in the Upper Valley: the Dartmouth Green.Dartmouth College is opening the rink to the public. The last time there was a rink on the Green was winter 2021. During the...


Man pleads guilty in threatening of Town of Hanover employee
01-05-2024 5:04 PM

NORTH HAVERHILL — A former New York City man who threatened a Hanover public works department employee with a screwdriver and launched a police manhunt for him around the Dartmouth’s athletic facilities on the day Sian Beilock was being inaugurated...


Former Afghan judges honored in Hanover event
01-04-2024 7:59 PM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

HANOVER — A crowd of more than 400 gathered in Hanover High School’s auditorium to honor two women Afghan judges who have found refuge in the Twin States after escaping with their families following the fall of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and...


Longtime employee purchases Molly’s in downtown Hanover
01-04-2024 4:17 AM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

HANOVER — At 40 years old, Molly’s has a new parent.The mainstay Hanover brasserie that has made habitués of generations of Dartmouth College students, visitors and townies alike has been acquired by Jennifer Packard, a longtime manager of Molly’s for...


Aided by state grant, Hanover Conservancy protects 140 acres on Moose Mountain
01-02-2024 7:05 AM

By FRANCES MIZE

HANOVER — A $250,000 state grant will help conserve 140 acres of land on Moose Mountain.The grant, announced earlier this month, is one of the largest ever received by the Hanover Conservancy, said Adair Mulligan, executive director of the...


Hanover flips switch after years of power purchases 
12-27-2023 1:40 AM

By FRANCES MIZE

HANOVER — Quietly, and for nearly a decade, Hanover Director of Public Works Peter Kulbacki had been keeping the town’s energy costs low — at calculated risk — by buying it directly on the wholesale energy market.Hanover was the only Upper Valley...


Jim Kenyon: Dartmouth persists with protester prosecutions  
12-20-2023 3:25 AM

By JIM KENYON

Overcharging, as it’s known in the legal world, is a ploy that prosecutors use to coerce criminal defendants into accepting a plea bargain.By tacking on multiple charges from a single incident, the prosecution gains all-important leverage. In exchange...


Out & About: Historic portrait returns to Hanover
12-09-2023 11:46 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

ETNA — In the 1850s, famed portraitist Ulysses Dow Tenney painted a likeness of his father, Hanover resident John Tenney.Where the portrait traveled in the roughly 175 years since, is anyone’s best guess. But now, it’s returned and at 6 p.m. Monday...


Hanover Planning Board OKs church planned for Greensboro Road
12-08-2023 4:20 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — Despite their own concerns, members of the town Planning Board this week approved a proposal to build a two-story, 21,500-square-foot church for up to 415 worshipers in a residential neighborhood on Greensboro Road.Because of a new state law...


Hanover says state law limits ability to review church proposal on Greensboro Road
12-05-2023 10:50 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — A new state law shielding religious institutions from certain land-use regulations is limiting the town’s authority to review a proposed church for up to 400 congregants on Greensboro Road, according to town staff.On Tuesday, the Planning...


Kenyon: Dartmouth men’s basketball team works to make history off the court
12-04-2023 4:31 AM

By JIM KENYON

HANOVER — On a late September evening, the 15 players on the Dartmouth men’s basketball team were summoned by their coaches to Berry Sports Center.With the first game of the season still almost six weeks away, it wasn’t to practice, work on...


Hanover considers easement transfer for Lebanon pump station
11-30-2023 6:56 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

HANOVER — The Hanover Selectboard is considering giving conservation easements it holds on 150 acres and six recreation trails in Lebanon to the city.The easements and trails include the 130-acre Indian Ridge, which abuts the city-managed Boston Lot...


Hanover considers adding natural burial option for Pine Knolls Cemetery
11-29-2023 4:28 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — The Selectboard will consider a proposal to allow “natural burials,” or burials that allow the body to naturally decompose into the soil, in the town-owned Pine Knolls Cemetery.The inclusion of natural burials in Pine Knolls is being...


Jim Kenyon: Dartmouth shows no signs of relenting after crackdown on demonstrators
11-25-2023 1:27 PM

By JIM KENYON

It was bad enough that Dartmouth College President Sian Leah Beilock and her administration overreacted by having Hanover police arrest two students who were peacefully protesting on the lawn outside her office last month.Now it appears the...


Dartmouth students hold poetry reading with Ukrainian counterparts
11-20-2023 2:43 AM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

HANOVER — Students in an intensive Ukrainian course at Dartmouth College concluded the term last week by sharing their translations of poems.That in itself might not be so special for a language class, but they did so in partnership with students at...

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