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Claremont couple pleads guilty to Medicaid fraud
05-14-2024 3:31 PM


CONCORD — A Claremont couple has pleaded guilty to Medicaid fraud, seven months after being indicted on charges of submitting more than $40,000 in false mileage reimbursement for travel to treatment programs.Sarah LaPointe, 29, pleaded guilty in...

NH search crew finds remains of long-missing hiker in remote wilderness area
05-14-2024 10:59 AM


The body of a hiker missing for almost a month was discovered in Dry River, apparently pinned under a boulder.William Donovan, 65, of Cambridge, Mass, who was last seen April 16, was located by searchers who were directed to the search area after gear...

Hanover voters consider Gaza cease-fire resolution following Dartmouth protester arrests
05-13-2024 6:08 PM


HANOVER — Voters will consider a resolution at Tuesday’s Town Meeting calling for an immediate cease-fire in Gaza and the West Bank and an end to U.S. military aid to Israel.The meeting takes place in the wake of the recent arrests of demonstrators at...

Food and shopping options expand in West Lebanon plazas
05-13-2024 5:30 PM


WEST LEBANON — Spring is here and the Route 12A shopping plazas will be blooming with new retail businesses.Cold Stone Creamery and Planet Smoothie are in the works to open at Powerhouse Plaza, the latest national chains to stake out space along the...

River release
05-13-2024 5:11 PM

Special Town Meeting set for June 22 in Bradford, Vt.
05-13-2024 4:22 PM

BRADFORD, Vt. — The Selectboard last week scheduled a special Town Meeting for June to determine the fate of a scoping study of a bike path or sidewalk on Mill Street, also known as Creamery Road.The study would examine the feasibility of constructing...

Bears girls finish first in CVC Championships
05-13-2024 4:14 PM

At Saturday’s CVC Championships in Hanover High, the host Bears ran away with a first-place overall finish in the girls meet and second overall for the boys. Hanover distance runner Lea Perreard swept the distances, winning the 800-, 1,600- and...

Green Mountain Power hosts open house in White River Junction
05-13-2024 4:01 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Green Mountain Power, an electric utility that services the majority of Vermonters, is scheduled to host an open house on Tuesday to discuss its next multi-year plan.The integrated resource plan, as it’s known, is updated every...

In spite of budget defeat, Newport School Board approves pay raises for nonunion employees
05-12-2024 6:00 PM


NEWPORT — The School Board last week voted 4-1 to make adjustments in the budget for the upcoming year and award nonunion employees of the school district a 2.5% raise.The adjustments, which totaled about $146,800 in salary, Social Security and...

Developers of planned Windsor park seek donations for matching grant
05-12-2024 5:00 PM


WINDSOR — Plans for a new park and recreational amenities in downtown Windsor could get a boost from a state program that provides matching funds for community projects. Windsor Railyard Recreation, a nonprofit organization led by businessman Terry...

Local Roundup: Hartford baseball defeats Otter Valley 1-0 in pitchers’ duel
05-12-2024 4:54 PM

Editor’s note: To have your team’s results included in the Local Roundup, visit Hartford 1, Otter Valley 0 Key players: Hartford — Zach Johnson (7 IP, 1 hit, 0 runs, 8 Ks), Kyle Spaulding (1-for-3, RBI);...

WRV baseball prevails on an off day
05-12-2024 4:52 PM


SOUTH ROYALTON — Had Friday’s baseball game between White River Valley High and Leland & Gray gone into extra innings, the path paced by Wildcats coach Devin Cilley in front of the home dugout might have become a trench.Back and forth walked the...

Upper Valley school notes for May 13
05-12-2024 4:47 PM

Secondary honorsMascoma Valley Regional High School freshman Coral Guaraldi was honored with the New Hampshire National Council for Women in Information Technology Award for Aspirations in Computing. Guaraldi was one of ten New Hampshire high school...

Homeless Upper Valley couple faces ‘a very tough situation’
05-10-2024 8:01 PM


SHARON — With homelessness at record levels in Vermont, an Upper Valley couple’s precarious living situation toppled last month following a trespassing order from the state and complaints from nearby residents.In late March, the couple hired a tow...

Kenyon: Constitutional rights should trump Dartmouth’s private interests
05-10-2024 7:46 PM


Andrew Tefft wasn’t inside a tent on the Dartmouth College Green. He hadn’t locked arms with protesters who had formed a circle around the short-lived encampment. The 45-year-old Hanover native didn’t have a pro-Palestinian sign.Still within 30...

Upper Valley students urge schools to allow debate on Israel-Hamas war
05-10-2024 7:30 PM


HARTFORD — A group of Hartford High School students think the adults around them are keeping mum on contentious topics such as the Israeli attack on Gaza for fear of getting in trouble, and it’s dampening their educational experience.At Wednesday...

Crane crash on Interstate 89
05-10-2024 7:08 PM

Workers cut away the boom of a crane that fell across the southbound lanes of Interstate 89 while placing Jersey barriers in Royalton on Friday. A tractor trailer struck the boom just after it fell and both the crane operator and truck driver were...

Local Roundup: Lebanon boys tennis blanks Kingswood
05-10-2024 6:16 PM

Editor’s note: To have your team’s results included in the Local Roundup, visit Tennis Lebanon 9, Kingswood 0 Highlights: The team held strong today with a 9-0 win.Records: Lebanon 9-0; Kingswood 0-9 Girls...

Out & About: Justin Morrill Homestead reopens for season ‘After the Flood’
05-10-2024 6:14 PM


STRAFFORD — Justin Morrill Homestead, the state historic site in Strafford, is gearing up to reopen this spring, nearly a year after floodwaters damaged it.Last July’s rainstorms caused a tributary of the Ompompanoosuc River that runs through the...

Lebanon School Board approves new community resource officer agreement
05-10-2024 12:14 PM

LEBANON — The School Board, by a unanimous vote, approved a new agreement on Wednesday for the services of a community resource officer — a specially trained member of law enforcement who assists the schools with safety, educational programs and other...

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