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 Haven's executive director said no evidence of the need for the road has been offered by commissioners, and the vote effectively killed the Haven’s application for site plan approval for the shelter.
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.
Sian Leah Beilock, president of Barnard College, will become president of Dartmouth on July 1, 2023, upon Phil Hanlon’s retirement.
The nonprofit said the financial irregularities were discovered by “the newly strengthened management team” put in place under a new operating agreement as part of an effort “to bring a higher level of professionalism and internal controls to the business.”
“All of a sudden, like a wave, smoke engulfed the front lawn of the clinic and was coming right at us,” one witness said. “You couldn’t see in front of you.”
A small, homegrown rally team from Bethel is pairing its passion for the sport with an inclusive message that the team’s tight-knit membership hopes will make rallying less forbidding, more open and not merely tolerant but welcoming.
The owners of a former dairy farm say they have permitted use of the land by the public for a variety of recreational activities, including snowmachines, hiking, skiing and snowshoeing, but they are opposing the use of ATVs, motorcycles and bicycles.
In a lab test, all of the fish exposed to water from the contaminated stretch of Pike Hill Brook extending half a mile downstream from the mining site died.
The 1,500-acre forest’s vast network of trails and logging roads are used for myriad recreational activities. And therein lies the rub.
Scout belonged to a nearby married couple, both Iraq War veterans, who had let her out for a routine break at 5 p.m. only to see her never return home.
Dieter Seier was killed in Woodstock on June 14 during a “family dispute” between Jay Wilson and his mother, June Wilson, “that related to property and money,” according to police.
Tom Yennerell, of Springfield, is a retired town manager who is now spending some of his retirement taking on interim roles such as this. He previously served in an interim capacity as Thetford town manager.
The zoning board's ruling affects the Haven’s ability to run its grab-n-go meal program, which was established during the pandemic.