Although the Covid-19 pandemic has officially been declared over, restaurants everywhere continue to struggle, hit by inflation-driven food and beverage prices and a chronic shortage of workers.
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Tiny house crash causes minor inconvenience in Royalton
A truck hauling a tiny house crashed into the single-lane railroad underpass bridge on Route 14 on Sunday morning.
Randolph voters approve police budget at special meeting
Randolph voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a revised and pared-back budget proposal to establish a police department, after Town Meeting in March saw the Selectboard’s initial proposal handily rejected.
Upper Valley Haven eyes former 25,000 Gifts building for new shelter
The vacant North Main Street building, which last served as a used furniture store, is located at the “gateway” to downtown White River Junction.
Former Listen executive director charged with embezzling $230,000
Kyle Fisher has been indicted and charged with stealing nearly a quarter-million dollars from the Lebanon-based social services organization and using much of the money to gamble.
White River Junction woman recounts being struck by train
“The next thing I know, the police are there. An ambulance is there. They shut down the railroad tracks and cut off my clothes and put me in the ambulance. I don’t remember much after that. I went into shock,” Hallahan said.
With coveted wood facing restrictions, musicians who use bows face a choice
One Vermont bow-maker said the wood’s value as a precious resource to the music community “may also be its salvation.”
Vermont Law president helped represent Dominion against Fox News
“I’ve been a scholar that has written about defamation law for 40 years,” Smolla said. “This was the most important case I’ve ever been involved in, not just for the monetary stakes but for the importance for the country in setting the record straight.”
Developers pitch plan for 240 apartments in White River Junction
The three-building project proposed on Sykes Mountain Avenue is still in its conceptual phase. The apartments would include 40 studios, 169 one-bedroom and 31 two-bedroom units, ranging in size from 424 square feet to 1,050 square feet.
Dartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens lost leg due to bicycle crash, wife says
Buddy and Kirsten Teevens were bicycling home from a restaurant on a busy coastal road in Florida last month when he was struck by a Ford F-150 pickup truck, according to police.