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Drivers in Littleton line up to buy gas briefly adjusted to be $2.38 per gallon

LITTLETON, N.H. — Drivers lined up to try to score some cheap gas in Littleton on Thursday. An event by a conservative political action group Americans For Prosperity' drew people to Simon's Market, where the price for a gallon of fuel was adjusted to $2.38, which was the average price on President Joe Biden's first day in office.
LITTLETON, NH
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Walgreens under scrutiny for alleged unsafe working conditions, other violations

MONTPELIER, Vt. — A Vermont state office has charged Walgreens with a number of violations, including closing their pharmacies without proper notice and unsafe work conditions for their pharmacy staff. According to Vermont's Office of Professional Regulation, the charges against Walgreens Pharmacies are broad, claiming the company violated state...
MONTPELIER, VT
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Police arrest suspect connected to Hanover burglaries

HANOVER, NH. (WCAX) - Hanover Police say they’ve arrested a suspect connected to several recent burglaries. Officers arrested Alex Witheiler Monday for an attempted burglary at Molly’s Restaurant on South Main Street. They say he tried to break in through the closed windows and doors last month. Then, in November of 2021, he was involved in several other downtown burglaries.
HANOVER, NH
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New Hampshire gas station slashes prices to $2.38 per gallon

LITTLETON, N.H. — At Simon’s Market in Littleton, New Hampshire, the gas price dropped to just $2.38 per gallon on Thursday for an hour and a half. The steep drop in price was part of an event hosted by Americans for Prosperity, a fiscally conservative group seeking to draw attention to the cost of inflation on the average American.
LITTLETON, NH
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Longtime Hanover town manager says goodbye

HANOVER, N.H. (WCAX) - Hanover’s town manager is retiring after nearly 26 years on the job. Friday was Julia Griffin’s last day. She says working for the town is a very people-oriented job and has been very satisfying. She plans to stay in Hanover and says she’ll be active at the regional level through a couple of boards. As for advice to her successor, she says the next town manager needs to be accessible to the people.
HANOVER, NH
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New transitional housing shelter in Central Vermont nearly complete

BERLIN, Vt. (WCAX) - A new Central Vermont transitional housing shelter is just weeks away from opening its doors. The Welcome Center is located along the Barre-Montpelier Road in Berlin where the former Twin City Motel used to be. The $5.5 million shelter will provide rooms and services to 35...
BERLIN, VT
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Owner of Randloph McDonalds Pays Millions After Allowing Manager to Sexually Harass Employees

MONTPELIER – The Vermont Attorney General’s Office and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced the approval of a settlement in Vermont’s first-ever joint state/federal employment discrimination lawsuit. The settlement requires Coughlin, Inc., a McDonald’s restaurant franchisee, to pay $1.6 million in damages and State penalties...
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Suicide Six ski resort to change 'insensitive' historical name

POMFRET, Vt. — A Vermont ski resort with a head-turning name that is steeped in history announced this week plans to rebrand their resort this summer amid concerns about the insensitive nature of the mountain's historical name. Suicide Six, based in in South Pomfret, Vermont, shared the news in...
POMFRET, VT
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