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Police: Naked woman arrested after auto theft, crash, leap from interstate in Hartford
09-15-2023 12:36 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A naked woman stole a vehicle on Thursday morning from an auto repair shop off Route 5, drove onto Interstate 91 and collided with a cement truck and fled the scene by jumping off the overpass onto another highway before she was...


Upper Valley food pantries see increased number of visitors
09-13-2023 1:10 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

LEBANON — Area food pantries are reporting increases in the number of people accessing their services due to the expiration of pandemic-era assistance programs. SNAP benefits decreased, people lost Medicaid coverage, child tax credits expired and...


Out & About: New Hartford pump track gives children a safe place to fail, and try again
09-11-2023 4:01 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

Emily Strizich needed a safe place for her daughters to fail at riding bikes.Strizich was on the way home from a mountain biking trek with her 5-year-old daughter, Simone, this spring when it occurred to Strizich that she — and others involved in the...


Security stroll
09-11-2023 12:37 PM


Jim Kenyon: Left off the pitch in Vermont
09-10-2023 11:20 AM

By JIM KENYON

Although we probably don’t need more examples of how adults can mess up youth sports and kids are left to pay the price, here’s a recent one that deserves public scrutiny.Since before she entered elementary school, 12-year-old Annabella Gordon has...


Heat wave causes Upper Valley closures and cancellations
09-08-2023 8:52 AM

CLAREMONT — This week’s heat has inspired several cancellations and closures across the Upper Valley.Stevens High School sent students home at 11 a.m. on Thursday due to heat, with temperatures rising into the 90s in the afternoon. A meeting the...


Residents question herbicide use on Wilder trail
09-01-2023 5:54 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

WILDER — Last week, Brad Goedkoop, a former Hartford tree warden, was walking on the connector trail between North and South Kilowatt Park when he noticed that against the green, late summer vegetation, the staghorn sumacs along the path were withered...


Hartford man gets probation following Miranda rights violations
08-31-2023 5:04 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A 30-year-old Hartford man has pleaded guilty to a sex offense that occurred more than 13 years ago, concluding a three-year prosecution in which the state’s case was undercut after a judge found that police investigators had...


Three Claremont development projects receive regional grants
08-30-2023 4:45 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — Three different development and revitalization projects in the city have been awarded more than $1 million in combined grants from the Northern Borders Regional Commission’s Catalyst Program.Melissa Richmond, founder and executive director...


Out & About: White River Junction-based arts organization inspires creative reuse
08-27-2023 2:09 AM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Melanie Adsit held out two colorful bangles in a dimly lit but impressively organized storage unit in White River Junction.The bangles were made out of decorated recycled poster tubes. One was covered with Washi tape, the other...


New Vermont law requires regular town-wide reappraisals
08-27-2023 2:07 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A new state law is requiring townwide property assessments in nearly two dozen towns on the Vermont side of the Upper Valley to ensure that property values accurately reflect the changing real estate market. The law also...


‘Stalled’ hot air balloon lands on I-91 median
08-25-2023 1:32 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Five people who were part of a sunset balloon ride over the Upper Valley on Wednesday night are breathing a sigh of relief after their craft became “stalled in flight” and had to make an emergency landing on Interstate 91 near...


Hartford Planning Commission OKs large solar project
08-21-2023 3:28 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Hartford Planning Commission has given developers the green light to proceed with a 500 kilowatt solar array planned for a parcel of land near the Sterling Springs housing development off of Braley Drive.In a 5-1 vote, the...


Advance Transit adding evening, nighttime bus routes
08-17-2023 5:34 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

WILDER — Expanded public transportation options are coming to the Upper Valley next month.Beginning Sept. 11, Advance Transit will offer weekday evening service on four of its bus routes, according to a news release from the nonprofit...


Hartford Planning Commission to consider solar array
08-08-2023 5:13 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

HARTFORD — As the town marches toward its renewable energy goal, the Planning Commission is considering a proposal from a developer hoping to build a large solar array on a parcel that abuts a 50-home subdivision off Braley Drive.The array, proposed...


Hartford Selectboard to interview finalists for town manager
08-08-2023 4:51 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

HARTFORD — The Selectboard has interviews scheduled this week with finalists for the permanent town manager position, which has been filled on an interim basis for 10 months.The interviews, scheduled to take place in executive sessions on Wednesday...


Amid rising costs, Vermont agencies celebrate additional funds for senior meals
08-07-2023 10:27 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Nutritional programs for older adults have received a sustained boost in state funding, which will be distributed to programs throughout Vermont that provide home-delivered and congregate meals.The additional $1 million, part of the...


Contractor chosen to repair Quechee village bridge
08-07-2023 3:21 PM

QUECHEE — Repairs to the Quechee Covered Bridge, which has been closed since flooding in early July, are set to begin now that the Town of Hartford has awarded a construction contract.The town has granted Waterford, Vt.-based Fenoff Excavating $89,000...


Still recovering from flood-related losses, Quechee Gorge businesses look ahead to construction
08-02-2023 9:34 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

QUECHEE — The restoration of Quechee Gorge Bridge starts soon, and businesses that will be affected by the anticipated traffic congestion are still recovering from the July flood.Owners of retail shops and restaurants on Route 4 in Quechee said they...


Totally innertubular
07-28-2023 10:46 PM

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