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Dartmouth administration faces fierce criticism over protest arrests
05-07-2024 8:16 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

HANOVER — Dartmouth President Sian Beilock and college administrators faced pointed criticism at a meeting with faculty on Monday regarding the arrest of 89 students, staff, faculty and community members by police in riot gear at a protest on the...


Lebanon School Board considers reconfigured resource officer role
05-07-2024 8:00 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — A new proposed partnership between the Lebanon School District and Police Department would provide a specially trained officer to the schools to assist in safety, educational programs and other support services — but eliminate the daily...


Charges dismissed against people accused of accosting woman at Hartford hotel
05-07-2024 7:30 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Criminal charges against two people who were accused of accosting and robbing a woman at a motel in Hartford last year have been dropped following the death of the alleged victim and a challenge by a defendant’s attorney that...


Local Roundup: Hartford tops Woodstock in close girls lacrosse contest
05-07-2024 5:01 PM

Editor’s note: To have your team’s results included in the Local Roundup, visit https://www.vnews.com/submit-a-score.Girls LacrosseHartford 11, Woodstock 7Key players: Hartford — Audrey Rupp (six goals, one assist), Madi Barwood (three goals), Nella...


Hanover house added to New Hampshire Register of Historic Places
05-07-2024 4:31 PM

HANOVER — A 189-year-old home was added to the New Hampshire Register of Historic Places this week. Built circa 1835, the Rogers-Pressey House on Goose Pond Road was one of eight properties in the state to be named to New Hampshire Register of...


Application deadline for ‘Valley News’ board is May 15
05-07-2024 4:15 PM

WEST LEBANON — The May 15 deadline to apply to the Valley News Reader Advisory Board is approaching.To be eligible to apply for the board, community-minded readers must live, work or go to school in a town or city in the Valley News’ coverage area,...


Oxbow voters approve school budget
05-07-2024 4:00 PM

BRADFORD, Vt. — Voters Monday evening approved a $21 million budget for the Oxbow Unified Union School District, 110-58.The district includes Newbury, Vt. and Bradford elementary schools, Oxbow High School and the River Bend Technical...


UNH faculty and students call on university police chief to resign following his alleged assault on a student
05-07-2024 2:25 PM

By JEREMY MARGOLIS

Five days after police arrested 12 pro-Palestinian protesters at the University of New Hampshire, students and faculty called for the resignation of university Police Chief Paul Dean after they say he assaulted a student while responding to last...


Pampered pup
05-07-2024 12:45 PM


Eyes and ears
05-07-2024 12:42 PM


Vermont man released after serving time for stealing from Chelsea auto repair shop
05-06-2024 8:00 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

MONTPELIER — A Vermont man at the center of complaints about crime and policing in Chelsea who had been held at gunpoint by a Chelsea business owner who accused him of stealing from his auto mechanic shop was released from prison over the...


Claremont mulls $19.6 million budget proposal
05-06-2024 7:30 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — City Manager Yoshi Manale is proposing a $19.6 million operating budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.The proposal represents an increase of $100,000 or about a half of one percent over the current year. Costs for road maintenance...


Three vie for two Hanover Selectboard seats
05-06-2024 5:01 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — Three people are vying for two three-year terms on the Hanover Selectboard in Town Meeting voting next week.Voters will be asked to choose from a slate including Kari Asmus, Jarett Berke and incumbent Joanna Whitcomb, the acting Selectboard...


Exit 19 ramp to be closed for Route 4 paving in Lebanon
05-06-2024 4:36 PM

LEBANON — The ramps on and off I-89 northbound at Exit 19 will be closed all day on Monday, May 13 to allow for paving on Route 4, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation said in a press release.The interchanges between I-89 North and westbound...


Property tax exemptions on agenda for Corinth’s special Town Meeting
05-06-2024 4:34 PM

CORINTH — Corinth is scheduled to hold a special Town Meeting on Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. to consider property tax exemptions for four properties in town. The four properties include East Corinth Fire Department: Cookville Station, which is assessed...


Structure fire at former Claremont incinerator deemed ‘suspicious’
05-06-2024 4:34 PM

CLAREMONT — A structure fire at a former trash-to-energy incinerator over the weekend is believed to be suspicious, according to city fire officials.Claremont firefighters responded on Sunday, just after midnight, to a “heavy fire” in the offices of...


Hartford Selectboard considers banner policy amid controversy over ‘Hometown Heroes’ project
05-05-2024 5:31 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Hartford Selectboard’s crafting of a new regulatory policy for displaying banner on light posts is leaving a project aimed to honor military veterans in limbo. Selectboard members said at a meeting last week that their...


Local Roundup: Bears defeat Hollis-Brookline in softball slugfest
05-05-2024 5:16 PM

Editor’s note: To have your team’s results included in the Local Roundup, visit https://www.vnews.com/submit-a-score.Softball Hanover 19Hollis-Brookline 12 Key players: Hanover — Sophie Wise (3-for-4, 3 RBIs); Kit Tullar (3-for-5); Abby Campfield...


A Look Back: Upper Valley dining scene changes with the times
05-05-2024 4:31 PM

By STEVE TAYLOR

Before franchised fast food and corporate-owned restaurants hit the Upper Valley, there was a time when locally owned diners and a variety of family-run eating establishments flourished and produced many fond memories and much nostalgia. For at least...


Norwich author and educator sees schools as a reflection of communities
05-03-2024 10:01 PM

By ALEX HANSON

By his own account, Ken Cadow was a reluctant student.His father had been a teacher, but went to work at IBM to earn enough to raise a family. Cadow grew up mostly in Rhode Island.“I learned a lot of stuff with my dad in the shop,” Cadow said in a...

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