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 Q: While raking leaves, leaves from a neighbor's maple tree have blown into our yard. Most of these leaves have large black patches on them, usually one or two per leaf. We have no maples, so … more
PEMBROKE, N.H. — The regional director for veterans hospitals across New England faced criticism Monday as a congressional subcommittee began examining problems at the Manchester VA Medical Center.The House Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on … more
BRATTLEBORORyan Washburn, a detective with the Brattleboro Police Department, won't spill the beans on his recipe for the 3rd annual "Can Cops Cook?"The event, however, isn't just a cooking competition. All the proceeds go to Windham County Safe … more
BRATTLEBORO — Kevin Garrison injured his ankle during the sixth play of Saturday's varsity football game at Natowich Field.Even at 80 percent, the junior was still able to dominate.Garrison had … more
BOSTON — David Price pitched four scoreless innings of relief after another Boston starter faltered, and 20-year-old Rafael Devers connected for a key homer as the Red Sox beat the Houston … more
Christmas is fast approaching once again. The constant barrage of hype, color, noise, ads, and pressure seen on the faces of so many parents to do it "Big" again this year, is telling.Unfortunately, … more
It might sound silly, but when I feel the need to be grounded and more "present" as they say, cooking some eggs with a side of toast for dinner becomes a source of comfort. Seriously, it's sort of … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Samhain is the ancient Celtic time of year we now call Halloween, but is a deeply spiritual time, when one year ends and the new year begins. Castlebay, that have been musically … more
YORK, Maine — A shortage of school bus drivers this year has led some schools and bus companies in New England to push back the first day of classes, consolidate bus routes and offer sign-on bonuses and recruit veterans and custodians as … more
BRATTLEBORO — Long-time locals recall how, back a half-century when Joni Mitchell was penning lyrics about paving paradise, the town bulldozed its Victorian-era library to put up a parking lot.Then again, that brick gingerbread house of a … more
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