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N.H. Supreme Court sends SAE fraternity case back to Hanover Zoning Board

CONCORD — The zoning status of a former fraternity at Dartmouth College remains in limbo after a ruling issued Tuesday by the New Hampshire Supreme Court. The court in a 5-0 decision upheld most of a 2016 Hanover Zoning Board of Adjustment ruling that the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity could no long


NH State Police Seize Large Quantity of Marijuana In Windham

WINDHAM, NH — New Hampshire State Police seized what they called "a large quantity of marijuana" during a Tuesday morning traffic stop on Interstate 93 in Windham. A Manchester man was arrested and charged with felony possession with intent to distribute.


Hanover lab evacuated as ‘precaution’ following release of TCE vapor

HANOVER — Two laboratory buildings at the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory were evacuated as a precautionary measure earlier this week after the accidental release of trichloroethylene vapor during renovation work at the Hanover facility, officials said on Friday.


NH State Senators Urge Governor To Protect Portsmouth Shipyard

PORTSMOUTH, NH — Five Democrat New Hampshire state senators sent a letter to Gov. Chris Sununu asking that the state join a lawsuit against President Donald Trump's emergency declaration that threatens to siphon money from four Portsmouth Naval Shipyard projects. The Department of Defense last week


Landmark Woodstock restaurant to close its doors

WOODSTOCK, Vt. (WCAX) It's the most visible business in downtown Woodstock-- Bentley's. The restaurant has been here for more than four decades. "It's like a landmark and I always come here when I come to Woodstock," said Janice Saffioti, a visitor from New York.


Norwich Cadets taking off for Frozen Four

NORTHFIELD, Vt. - The Norwich men's hockey team is gearing up for the Division III Frozen Four. The Cadets will be facing SUNY Geneseo on Friday in Stevens Point, WI. We heard from head coach Cam Ellsworth and captain David Robertson about the upcoming trip. The team has won their last 18 games and


Hanover Co-op to issue member rebate

It won’t be much — likely amounting to a few bucks per member — but the Hanover Co-op will pay out its first “patronage refund” since 2014. The Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society, which operates the four Co-op stores and two auto service centers in the core towns of the Upper Valley, reported it s


Police Seeking Suspect Leaving Nails in New Hampshire Road

Police in Pelham, New Hampshire are searching for at least one suspect after several oranges and other objects loaded with nails were found along Nashua Road on Sunday night. The nails, which ended up giving one driver a flat tire, were embedded into oranges and strips of cardboard.


Metal found in Claremont-made kielbasa sparks second recall

CLAREMONT -- For the second time this month, North Country Smokehouse is recalling its meat products, this time after metal was found in some kielbasa. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, the problem was found on March 18 by a government inspector wh


Man indicted in New Hampshire on bigamy charge being held in Maine

ALFRED — A former Old Orchard Beach man indicted on a bigamy charge in New Hampshire was being held in Maine on multiple charges, including domestic violence assault. Michael Middleton, 43, whose last known address was Old Orchard Beach, was indicted in January on a bigamy charge by a New Hampshire


Closer look at case of Vermont cop accused of lying

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) Going beyond the headlines for you, we're diving deeper into a traffic stop that led to a Central Vermont police chief being accused of lying on an affidavit.


2,600 pounds of sausage products recalled; may contain metal

CLAREMONT, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire food company is recalling over 2,600 pounds of ready-to-eat sausage products that could contain metal. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the recall Saturday for North Country Smokehouse, of Claremont.


Warren fires up crowd in Berlin

BERLIN — Advocating for big structural changes “to make an America that works for everyone,” Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren received a rousing reception in a campaign stop in Berlin on Saturday.


National attention for Ubaldo Lopez

HANOVER — What a difference a week makes. Dartmouth sophomore Ubaldo Lopez was selected as one of Collegiate Baseball’s National Players of the Week for his performance over six games last week, hitting safely in all six contests with five doubles, two homers and 11 RBIs. But considering what he had


New charge for Manchester beating suspect in Langdon home invasion

NEWPORT -- One of the men charged in a Langdon home invasion and assault, the alleged result of a romantic break-up gone wrong, is facing a new charge that he skipped out on his court date.


Gold Star Mother to visit Newport

NEWPORT — “Our organization is about anybody serving our country,” said Tammy Freckleton. That organization, Sullivan County Cares, started four years ago to raise money to send care packages to soldiers overseas.


VTrans, Pike Inds. to hold Rt. 103 status meeting

Through the efforts of state Rep. Logan Nicoll, of Rutland-Windsor-2, representatives of the Vermont Agency of Transportation along with key individuals from Pike Industries, will appear in the Heald Auditorium at Ludlow’s Town Hall, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, April 1, to discuss the status of Rout


Claremont Housing Authority commission tables treasurer’s report

CLAREMONT – The Claremont Housing Authority Commission met Monday at Marion Phillips Senior Apartments. Residents continued to push Executive Director Michelle Aiken for more transparency with the bookkeeping.


Springfield grapplers compete at YNEW

MANCHESTER, N.H. - Three boys from the Springfield, Vermont wrestling team recently qualified for competition in the Youth New England Championship tournament, held in Manchester NH on March 9th at Saint Anselm College.


Debt continues to haunt Claremont school lunch program

CLAREMONT -- SAU 6 is still sorting through a large amount of debt in the hot lunch program, hovering at more than $21,000. Assistant Superintendent Cory LeClair said Monday the debt situation has been stable since the district made changes to the lunch program, and staff is getting a handle on the