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New Hampshire might eliminate Rte. 9 passing lane

CHESTERFIELD, N.H. — The town's Board of Selectmen is asking the state to eliminate a passing lane on Route 9 just west of its intersection with Route 63. The board is also asking the New …

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A Vermont Table takes over the old Backside Cafe BRATTLEBORO — The Backside Cafe closed in 2015 and sat empty for a couple of years. But since 2018 or so, people have noticed activity in the old restaurant in the Midtown Mall in Harmony Lot, …
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HINSDALE, N.H. — The completion date for a new bridge connecting Hinsdale to Brattleboro has been pushed out again. This is because the bidding date was changed from May to August, said Don … more
TOWNSHEND — Looking to return to the West River Education District board, Mike Foley sees himself as an advocate to the communities. Foley, 48, said community members have told him he … more
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