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SANDGATE — Residents will be asked to vote for town officers and approve school district related items on March 7 after acting on nine town articles the night prior at Town Meeting. Running for re-election on the select … more
SUNDERLAND — Residents will be asked at Town Meeting next month to approve a $326,475 general fund budget and funds to improve safety on a dangerous section of a main road.The Sunderland Safe Roads Committee proposes that … more
ARLINGTON — Police say the death of an elderly woman, whose body was found in her home this week, was a homicide, and that they found evidence of a break-in.Investigators found evidence of forced entry into the Buck Hill Road home where Helen … more
STRATTON — "Boston Strong" co-author Dave Wedge has made enduring connections with the people in his stories, such as the survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing and the family and friends of Pete Frates, the founder of the ALS Ice Bucket … more
MANCHESTER — A biennial food and farm-themed community event will return on Feb. 25 with local and regional guest speakers, fresh lunch and an engaging program. The Manchester Community Library, Northshire Grows and … more
ARLINGTON — As the investigation into the homicide of a Buck Hill Road woman enters its second week, the high school principal sent an email to parents letting them know how they are assisting students who may be scared or concerned by what's … more
MANCHESTER — The Boones departed Montpelier on Friday, Feb. 17 exhausted after a day full of celebrations and the first-ever Nathaniel Boone Day declaration. more
LONDONDERRY — Burton, a brand most snowboarders sport on the mountain, may have turned into a big industry worldwide. But the company has never strayed far from its roots. Londonderry is the home to Jake Burton Carpenter's first snowboard … more
DORSET — A particular crazy Russian girl has taken her pastry skills north.Dorset Rising Bakery, an establishment of 8 Church Street Hospitality, has welcomed pastry chef Natasha Gardner Littrell and a team of three … more
MANCHESTER — Lindsay Knight of Dorset won Maple Street School's National Geographic Bee at a competition on Jan. 26. Knight, who is in eighth grade, competed against all upper school students and was pronounced the school's winner at an … more
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