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Lebanon rock climbing center set to break ground
12-19-2023 3:17 AM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

LEBANON — Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Lebanon Recreation, Arts and Parks Department had steadily been growing its youth rock climbing program.Around four times a week, middle and high school students who took part in the aptly named “Wall...


Out & About: Listen’s Christmas Day meal returns with volunteer support
12-17-2023 12:51 AM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Listen Community Services is bringing back its Christmas Day meal.This year’s spread will be pickup and takeout only. People are required to reserve one of the 700 meals by calling 603-727-2518. They can either pick up the...


Lebanon City Council grants tax relief for former Kleen laundry property
12-16-2023 2:22 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The City Council this week awarded 11 years of property tax abatement to a planned residential complex and a riverwalk at what is known as the Woolen Mill property off Mechanic Street. It is the longest duration of property tax relief the...


Dartmouth Health invests $5 million in NH Community Loan Fund
12-15-2023 3:54 PM

LEBANON — Dartmouth Health has invested $5 million to help manufactured homeowners purchase the land their homes sit in.This month, the nonprofit health care organization invested an additional $2 million to the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund,...


Lebanon City Council approves $115.6 million budget
12-14-2023 9:44 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The city budget for next year includes funding for a new downtown fire station, a seasonal emergency shelter and additional staffing to better assist residents in need of support services. On Wednesday, the City Council voted unanimously to...


Lebanon Human Services Department seeks more funds to address growing needs
12-13-2023 4:40 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The Department of Human Services is seeking a 45% increase in its annual operating budget next year and added staffing to help serve an exponential increase in residents seeking assistance with housing, fuel and other needs.On Wednesday, the...


Police: Bad brakes blamed for Lebanon crash
12-07-2023 1:53 AM

Lebanon Police Officer Matthew Kaufman, center, gathers belongings for the driver of a car that crashed into the Freihofer’s Bakery Outlet in Lebanon on Wednesday. The driver had minor injuries and was transported by Lebanon emergency medical workers...


Road closure and mixed-use plans for West Lebanon lots head to City Council
12-07-2023 1:49 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WEST LEBANON — The City Council next month will consider whether to sell three city-owned properties on Main Street to a private developer — and whether to join the properties by closing Church Street, which intersects the parcels.The West Lebanon...


Clinic aids long COVID sufferers
12-06-2023 3:39 AM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

PLAINFIELD — One day in this past May, Susan Kahn, a 77-year-old Plainfield resident, was unable to get up.Her husband, Chris Rollins, called 911. She was unconscious with heart palpitations and says there were no Upper Valley cardiologists available...


Winter Celebration kicks off tonight in Lebanon
12-02-2023 2:48 AM

Devon Blanchard, 21, of West Fairlee, right, and his friend Carter Shannon, of Canaan, left, wait for Lebanon Recreation, Arts and Parks Director Paul Coats, not pictured, to secure a support for strings of holiday lights from a lift truck while...


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...


DHMC to be part of national Anti-Stigma Initiative
11-30-2023 4:37 PM

LEBANON — Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is one of 100 pilot sites for a national Anti-Stigma Initiative focused on improving care for people struggling with addiction, according to a Thursday news release.The effort aims to reduce addiction...


Homey holiday in Lebanon
11-28-2023 1:51 PM


Dartmouth Hitchcock continues to see finances improve
11-27-2023 8:29 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

LEBANON — Dartmouth Health continues to see a financial loss on operations, but the red ink has subsided substantially since last year, according to filings with bondholders last week.For the first quarter of fiscal year 2024, which ended Sept. 30, DH...


Badgered to Basin Field
11-27-2023 12:30 PM


Mount Lebanon School addition is first of a trio of school modernization projects to open to city’s students
11-24-2023 1:15 PM

By NICOLA SMITH

WEST LEBANON — Thanks to an ambitious infrastructure project paid for in part by the federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund, or ESSER, the Mount Lebanon Elementary School, with 256 students in grades K through 4, now boasts a...


State holds up railyard purchase
11-24-2023 4:31 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WEST LEBANON — City and state officials are still negotiating responsibilities to manage environmental contamination in Westboro Rail Yard, a former railway property that the city hopes to purchase from the state for recreational use.The city is...


Lebanon School Board cuts funds for SRO position
11-21-2023 2:53 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The School Board has eliminated the city’s school resource officer from the 2024-25 school budget, but board members said they are open to a different type of collaboration with law enforcement.During an all-day budget workshop on Saturday,...


A Life: Linwood ‘Skip’ Bean, 1939-2023; ‘Some people can never be replaced’
11-20-2023 2:41 AM

By JIM KENYON

LEBANON — As an underclassman at Hanover High School, Chris Carroll was fairly certain when he got called to the associate principal’s office early one morning that he was in big trouble.Although it was almost 50 years ago, bringing a firearm to...


Upper Valley housing projects in the pipeline amid supply shortage
11-19-2023 7:21 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — If you attend any public discussion in the Upper Valley about the regional housing crisis, expect at least one participant to mention the number “10,000.” According to Keys to the Valley, an oft-cited housing study of the Upper Valley by...

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