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Jackknifed tractor-trailer blocks traffic on I-89 in Hartford

HARTFORD, Vt. —Slick roads and crashes caused some traffic headaches throughout the region Friday morning.In Hartford, a tractor-trailer jackknifed on I-89 at around 8 a.m.AdvertisementThe crash is blocking both lanes, delaying drivers on the northbound side of the highway.Crews needed to shut down

MYNBC5.COM - 2018-11-16 14:54:00

Digging out of season's first major snowstorm

"This should not be happening for another month," joked Hartford resident Jim Packard. "This is my day right here, shoveling snow!"

MYNBC5.COM - 2018-11-17 00:05:00

Students alleging harassment and abuse by professors bring suit against Dartmouth College

The women accuse college administrators of turning a blind eye to the abuse for more than 16 years, despite knowing that the professors “leered at, groped, sexted, intoxicated and even raped female students,” according to the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Concord. The former students say T

CONCORD MONITOR - 2018-11-15 08:35:29

Is the Dartmouth Shooter Getting Special Treatment?

Around 11:30 PM on November 2, 2018, shortly after the 9:45 PM shooting at 1 School Street, Lebanon Police detained Gage Young and 17-year-old Hector Correa, both of Lebanon NH, in a black Ford Fusion hatchback following a pursuit northward on Route 10. The pursuit ended around 60 Oak Ridge Road, We

DARTREVIEW.COM - 2018-11-16 00:00:00

Prosecutor won’t charge Strafford man with drug DUI - VTDigger

Scott Pixley sits in his home with his parents Marvin and Kandy Pixley in Strafford on Oct. 31. Pixley, who works as a dishwasher at Kendal at Hanover, lives with his parents and most of his savings go towards taking care of them and their home. Photo by August Frank/Valley News


State’s attorney bristles at columnist’s series on prescription-drug DUI case - VTDigger

He also told police he had taken his regular medicine for anxiety and depression, which led them to call in a “drug recognition expert,” who carried out a blood test. Those test results came back weeks later — positive for caffeine, the antidepressant Velafaxine, and a byproduct of the antidepressan

VTDIGGER - 2018-11-17 01:46:55

Lebanon Author Finds Success After Self-Publishing on a Dare

Ifyou’ve ever read abook filled with ninja-quick dialogue and thought,people don’t actually talk like that— well, then, you haven’t met Amber Lynn Natusch.

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-11-15 22:00:11

Plea Deal Reached In DHMC Shooting

Just what Frink will change his plea to isn’t yet clear, nor is whether he will rely on an insanity plea, as a previously filednoticeindicated he might.


Innovative Shakespeare Production Makes Lone U.S. Stop in Hanover

The Roman general Coriolanusreturns home from a victorious military campaign. A wily patrician senator sees in him a potential leader of Rome. Coriolanus’s fiercely ambitious mother sees in his rise the power she wanted for herself. And a hungry, exploited, angry populace rumbles in the background.


Book Notes: Lebanon Publisher Preserves Its Backlist

Upon learning last springthat Dartmouth College would dissolve the University Press of New England (UPNE), Ernest Hebert worried more about the 20 people working at UPNE’s Lebanon headquarters than about how long his novels, mostly set in New England, might remain in print.

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-11-16 00:05:04

Out & About: Santa Appearances in the Upper Valley

Over 70 crafters present jewelry, soaps, maple products, stained glass, wreaths, pottery, quilts, candles, teddy bears and more. With door prizes, snacks and hot lunch (11 a.m.-2 p.m.). Free horse-drawn wagon rides and a visit from Santa (10 a.m.-1 p.m.). Sponsored by the Thetford Academy Alumni Ass

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-11-15 14:36:02

Proposed Lebanon Development Goes Mixed-Use

He also hopes to build a 300-seat restaurant and 60,000 square feet of retail space on an adjoining 11-acre lot, which would be complemented by 400 parking spaces.


Removal and delivery of four propane tanks cost Sullivan County $10,140

The cost of the propane in those four tanks, the labor of workers involved and electronic monitoring has been budgeted at $2,900 by the Sullivan County Commissioners.

THE EAGLE TIMES - 2018-11-16 05:00:00

Police: Morning snowfall to blame for fatal accident in Sharon

Police say the heavy, wet snow that blanketed parts of the Champlain Valley during the height of Tuesday's morning commute contributed to the death of a 25-year-old woman.Police say Alisha Boice of White River Junction was a passenger in car that collided with a box truck on Rt 14 in Sharon. Boice w


Passenger dies in car-box truck collision in snowy weather

They said Alisha Boice, 25, of White River Junction, was taken to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, where she died.


Owner of Killington’s oldest ski lodge readies for season - The Mountain Times

Elizabeth Redmond, who has been in the service industry for 12 years, recently joined her as the general manager.


White River Junction Woman Dies in Crash on Route 14 in Sharon

Alisha Boice had to be extricated from the vehicle following the crash shortly before 7 a.m., according to a news release from Vermont State Police. Boice was transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead.


Parts of northern New England hit with heavy, wet snow

SHARON, Vt. (AP) — More than 6 inches (15 centimeters) of heavy, wet snow fell in parts of northern New England on Tuesday in one of the first significant snowfalls of the season.


Jim Kenyon: Prescription-drug DUI case shows odds against the poor - VTDigger

Before starting his shift as a dishwasher at Kendal, the upscale senior living community in Hanover, Pixley needed to run an errand. His parents — both disabled and unable to drive — had prescriptions at the Walmart pharmacy in West Lebanon ready for pickup.


Claremont man arrested for car break-ins

Police said they caught Delaney, 20, of Claremont, after they got a report of someone matching his description breaking into cars. Officers found Delaney on Sullivan Street. He’s charged with theft by unauthorized taking, receiving stolen property and contempt of court.