While some businesses have reopened in a limited capacity, others likely won’t be back for a week or more as they clean up.
Retail businesses, restaurants and office tenants — including the Windsor County prosecutor — may not be able to regain access until the end of this week or early next, and the restaurants could be closed even longer.
The trio is alleged to have kidnapped a woman at the Lebanon airport, where she was trying to rent a car, on the afternoon of July 5.
The plan called for building a 20-bed shelter open to nearly any adult, including those under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The shelter would have been built on land purchased from neighboring St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
The Good Neighbor Health Clinic, which provides medical and dental care for uninsured or under-insured people in the Upper Valley, has signed a three-year lease on a space in Lebanon.
Police say Ethan Lavoie set an apartment ablaze at the former Pleasant View Motel because he believed that the occupant robbed his fiancee of $100 during a drug sale.
After two years of pandemic, couples are finally planning weddings again.
James Luce was last reported in stable condition at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center where he was taken Friday evening from the motel where first responders found him on the floor with a bullet wound to his face.
The crash drew worldwide media attention because initial reports suggested that Laundry’s Shiloh shepherd Tinsley, which had also been thrown from the vehicle and was roaming the highway, had led responders to the gully where the wrecked vehicle otherwise could not be observed.
“We’re both surprised and disappointed by the commission’s decision,” the executive director of Twin Pines Housing said Tuesday.
Valley News reporter Alex Hanson called police from the scene of the crash that prompted international coverage. What he saw — and what police described — left him dismayed.
“Had the animal not been there to lead the officers, it’s very well this rollover might not have been located until sometime in the daytime hours,” police said.
It has been more than a year since the U.S. Postal Service was supposed to install a new mail sorting machine in one of Vermont’s two mail processing centers statewide. As postal workers wait for the replacement, they are forced to sort mail by hand.
There was little agreement, even on the facts, among experts on a panel in Hartford. The town is among those in Vermont grappling with whether to approve retail sale of cannabis.