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Several in Keene lose power after utility pole struck

A power line on South Lincoln Street was damaged Saturday afternoon when a motor vehicle hit a utility pole, Keene police said. Police arrived at the scene around 2:30 p.m., according to Lt. Jason Short of the Keene Police Department. He said Eversource crews showed up on the scene around 2:50 p.m.

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-10-15 10:00:00

Killington faces possible workforce crunch

"The industry nationally is having some significant challenges finding staff and there's challenges across the state," said Rob Megnin, the resort's director of sales and marketing. "The overall challenge we have here is the winter ramp is very significant," he said. "We have to bring on a lot of pe

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-10-17 00:00:00

Old, new photos sought for town plan

"This new publication format has room for a lot of photos and we're looking for something for each section," said Jeffrey Biasuzzi, the town's zoning administrator. He said old photographs could be incorporated into the historical section of the town, and recent photos of solar installations could a

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-10-17 00:00:00

Don't vote for puppets and patsies for City Council

Oct. 15 To the Editor: As I review what has happened in Portsmouth over the last two years, one overall theme emerges: hypocrisy. Hypocrisy on housing, hypocrisy on the environment, hypocrisy on taxes. The shameless destruction of Portsmouths downtown affordable housing stock continues unabated. Thi

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-10-16 21:34:09

Eaton Town Column: Jenkins' Farm to host cider pressing Oct. 28

All are invited to the cider pressing of heritage apples at the Jenkins' Farm at 381 Towle Hill Road, South Eaton on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. until it is finished. This is a true potluck gathering, bringing folks together to make great cider and have fun working, watching, drinking and eating

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2017-10-16 15:58:00

Woodman holds Night at the Museum fundraiser

This past weekend hundreds of people traveled to Dover's Pine Hill Cemetery to join in what has become a fixture in the Dover community, Voices from the Cemetery. Families and individuals, both local and residents of the tri-state area spent about 90 minutes in groups of 10 or more. Led by guides, t

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2017-10-16 08:15:00

Historic building being sold for $1

CHESTERFIELD, N.H. - Off of Route 9 sits the center of the town of Chesterfield. Past the town hall, library and across the street from a small post-office, is a building with a sign. "Own this building $1.00," it reads. Jeff Scott, Ron Rzasa, and Babara Girs are three average citizens who have tak

BRATTLEBORO REFORMER - 2017-10-16 07:00:00

The Way We Were: History of Hancock's Forest House runs deep

The Forest House Apartments building in Hancock was built in 1833 by a local doctor to house his family and medical practice. The Forest House Apartments building in Hancock was built in 1833 by a local doctor to house his family and medical practice.Ruth Wilder Dr. Jonas Hutchinson constructed the

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-10-15 10:00:00

Chesterfield stone house focus of preservation effort

This stone addition is part of a historic house at the corner of routes 9 and 63 in Chesterfield.Michael Moore / Sentinel Staff CHESTERFIELD - It's a prominent presence on the northeast corner of the intersection of routes 9 and 63, a stately looking house built of locally quarried stone in the 1800

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-10-16 16:00:00

Historic Chesterfield building on sale for $1 and a plan

CHESTERFIELD - In an effort to avoid razing a historic town-owned house, selectmen are allowing the building to be marketed to anyone with $1 and a plan to use it. The two-story house, which is on Route 63 south next to the fire station in the town's center, is believed to have been built around 184

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-10-16 16:00:00

Officials work to cut prescription drug abuse

The Chenango Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition has been working for three years to get old prescription drugs out of residents' medicine and kitchen cabinets and properly disposed of. The coalition was formed shortly after the Chenango County Health Department saw a spike in cases of hepatitis C,

DAILY STAR - 2017-10-17 00:55:13

Cubs host 'Color Run" at Gilbert Lake

Morris Cub Scout Pack 3 took a break from selling popcorn as a fundraiser this year, opting instead to hold a 5K color run for the first time at Gilbert Lake State Park in Laurens on Sunday. About 50 people participated in the run and walk through the woods and around Gilbert Lake on an unseasonably

DAILY STAR - 2017-10-16 02:10:41

William Barse, 66; Sidney Truck Driver Died In Crash

William Barse SIDNEY - Funeral services are scheduled for William Barse, 66, Sidney, the truck driver who died in a truck accident Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, at a quarry in Deposit. He was born Sept. 6, 1951, in Sidney, son of the late Benjamin and Isabel (Nichols) Barse. Bill worked with his father and

ALLOTSEGO.COM - 2017-10-15 21:34:17

The end of trout season. Or is it?

Click on the button below to set up your account or log in if you already have one. State fishing regulations list Oct. 15 as the last day to fish for trout in New York, except for a few of the better streams or rivers that are open year-round. We are lucky to have a few of them around here, includi

POST-STAR - 2017-10-16 12:33:00

Local programs offer students college credits

Here are some programs local colleges offer to let high school students earn dual credits: Herkimer County Community College: Its College Now program lets students take college-level courses with high school teachers certified by the college and earn Herkimer College credits for these classes if the

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2017-10-14 22:00:00

OPD plans for 2018 with vacancies filled

The Oneonta Police Department is ready to set goals for 2018, now that leadership and patrol vacancies have been filled, the police chief reported last week. Douglas Brenner, who served as acting chief starting in January, was appointed chief in July after a search. Since then, other top cops have

DAILY STAR - 2017-10-16 02:10:36

Dr. Ronald Brzenk; 41-Year Math Professor At Hartwick

Ronald Brzenk, Ph.D. ONEONTA - Dr. Ronald Brzenk, Ph.D., 68, who retired after 41 years as a Hartwick College mathematics professor, passed away Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, at his home, surrounded by his loved ones, following a brief but courageous battle with cancer. Ron was predeceased by his wife of 4

ALLOTSEGO.COM - 2017-10-17 00:53:28

Police: Man pointed shotgun at girlfriend

An Oneonta man was charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors after pointing a loaded shotgun at his 25-year-old girlfriend on Saturday, according to a media release from the Oneonta Police Department. During an interview with police, the victim reported that after a verbal argument, her boyfrie

DAILY STAR - 2017-10-16 23:59:20

Backtracking: In Our Times: Local history preserved, tourism campaign kicked off in October 1977

Delhi became a center of attention for historic preservation, and Albany was host to a fall festival which kicked off a world famous tourism campaign. These were a part of our local life and times during October 1977. A NEW SPACE FOR ARCHIVES AND EXHIBITS DEDICATED "The Delaware County Historical So

DAILY STAR - 2017-10-15 22:00:00

LETTER: Support Jones for county clerk

To the editor: I am encouraging Madison County residents to vote Ann Jones for county clerk. I have known Ann Jones both professionally and personally for many years. Professionally, I enjoyed a working relationship with Ann when I was the executive director of the Madison County Office for the Agin

EAGLENEWSONLINE.COM - 2017-10-17 14:00:39