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This is a boom time for construction in Vermont

As long as a tight workforce, inflation and supply chain problems don’t get in the way. by Timothy McQuiston, Vermont Business Magazine Just try and find a contractor to install a new kitchen, or to even just fix a crack in your chimney, or a tradesman to do just about anything around the house, and you’ll begin to understand what it’s like to run a general contracting business in Vermont.
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Capital Cannabis Ready for Retail. The Question is, When?

This past summer, AroMed store owner Lauren Andrews leased a Montpelier Main Street storefront from which to sell cannabis — as soon as her application gets approved. Andrews said her daughter will be the general manager, and Andrews will move her aromatherapy/CBD shop (AroMed) from its location on State Street to a spot next door to the cannabis shop.
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Trish Haynes' supporters rally to raise awareness of her unsolved murder

CONCORD, N.H. — Friends and family of Trish Haynes gathered Saturday in Concord to raise awareness about her case. Haynes was killed in 2018, and officials found her remains in a Grafton pond. One year passed before the attorney general's office could confirm Haynes was killed. >> Timeline: Trish...

Non-Conference Win Streak Comes to an End in Overtime

FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Dartmouth quarterback Nick Howard ran for a career-high 186 yards and topped 1,000 for his career, but Sacred Heart rallied from an 18-point deficit to thrill its homecoming crowd of 6,293 at Campus Field with a 38-31 victory in overtime over the Big Green on Saturday afternoon. Malik Grant ran for the game-winning touchdown in the extra period and Ernest Howard intercepted a fourth-down pass from the 5 to snap Dartmouth's 20-game winning streak in non-conference games.

Vermont hunter faces charges after shooting man he thought was bear

A Vermont hunter is facing charges for allegedly shooting and critically injuring another hunter earlier this month he said he mistook for a bear. The incident occurred on private land on September 10 and seriously injured 35-year-old James Cameron. Cameron was reportedly walking to a tree stand in a wooded...

Arraignment delayed for Ezra Miller, ‘The Flash’ actor, as new details emerge in Vermont burglary case

The Justice League star claims they had permission to enter a family friend's Stamford home to pick up cooking ingredients, according to newly released court documents. That friend has denied granting that permission, telling police that Miller stole three bottles of liquor. Read the story on VTDigger here: Arraignment delayed for Ezra Miller, ‘The Flash’ actor, as new details emerge in Vermont burglary case.

No. 1 equestrian tops Dartmouth in NCEA opener

Etna, N.H. -- The top-ranked University of Lynchburg's equestrian team rushed out to an early lead over fences and swept the flat on its way to a convincing 7-1 National Collegiate Equestrian Association win Saturday over No. 3 Dartmouth at Morton Farm. Junior Jacqueline Needle won the most outstanding performer...

Men's Golf Finishes Opening Day of Dartmouth Invitational

HANOVER, N.H. — The Big Green men's golf team opened the first round of the Dartmouth Invitational on Saturday at Montcalm Golf Club. Eli Kimche was one of only four players in a field of 60 to hit under-par on the opening 18 and heads into Sunday with the tournament's best score.

Proposal for farm store in Hartland meets resistance

The Hartland Planning Commission sees the project as a “commercial retail business,” it said in a statement. “As such, it does not comply with the town plan that only allows low density residential development with home occupations in the rural district.” Read the story on VTDigger here: Proposal for farm store in Hartland meets resistance.

Aboriginal art exhibit opens at Hood Museum in Hanover

HANOVER, N.H. — Guests of the Hood Museum of Art can now experience "Madayin: Eight Decades of Aboriginal Australian Bark Painting from Yirrkala." The exhibition is open through Dec. 4 before moving to other cities in the United States. On Saturday, there are a few public events at the...

Dartmouth Runs Through Quinnipiac in Home Opener

HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth women's rugby team rolled to a 41-10 victory over Quinnipiac Saturday afternoon at Brophy Field in their home opener. The win marked the Big Green's 11th consecutive and their fourth straight in the all-time series with the Bobcats. Six different Big Green players found...

Lebanon police searching for Vermont man previously arrested on kidnapping charges

LEBANON, N.H. — Lebanon Police are asking the public for help in locating a Vermont man who waspreviously arrested on kidnapping charges. Police said Adam Adolph, 32, of Thetford, was released earlier this month as part of a pre-trial services program following his arrest on July 27 for charges related to the kidnapping of a woman at the Lebanon Airport.

Equestrian Excited and Ready to Open 2022-23 Season Saturday

HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth equestrian team begins its 2022-23 season on Saturday as the Big Green welcome defending national champion Lynchburg to Morton Farm. The meet will begin at 10 a.m. Dartmouth enters the season ranked fourth in the NCEA single discipline team rankings, with Lynchburg at No. 1. The Big Green feature a strong mix of veterans and younger talent; among the returners is fifth year Claire Azar after being named to the ECAC All-Tournament Flat and Fences teams last season.

New Hampshire plans $150M patient pavilion expansion

Lebanon, N.H.-based Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is in the midst of building a $150 million inpatient pavilion, CBS affiliate WCAX reported Sept. 21. The project is expected to lower healthcare costs in the long term. "We are relatively undersized for the size of the community we serve," Joanne Conroy, MD, CEO...

Women’s Cross Country Takes Third at Battle in Beantown

BOSTON, Mass. — The Dartmouth women's cross country team finished in third place at the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown on Friday afternoon at Franklin Park in Boston. Virginia took the top spot with 27 points followed by Northeastern (97) and Dartmouth (113). Rounding out the top five was La Salle and Gonzaga tied with 170 points.

Border apprehensions trend upward in the Swanton Sector

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - More people are getting arrested at the northern border than ever. This uptick is taking place specifically in the Swanton sector. That area covers Vermont and a portion of New York. U.S Customs and Border Protection tells me the number of apprehensions there is up 587%...

Dartmouth Downs Harvard in Ivy League Opener

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Following up one of their best nonconference slates in program history, the Dartmouth volleyball team opened Ivy League play with a four-set win at Harvard Saturday evening. The Big Green emerged victorious in the first two sets before dropping the third, and later regrouped to edge the Crimson in a closely contested fourth.

Equestrian Falls in Opener to Defending National Champion Lynchburg

ETNA, N.H. – The Dartmouth equestrian team fell to the University of Lynchburg, 7-1, in the team's season opener on Saturday at Morton Farm. Freshman Alexa Strauss picked up the Big Green's point over fences, 76-74, while senior Gemma Tung also won her exhibition over fences. Dartmouth will now travel to UT Martin next Saturday, eyeing its first win of the season.

Creating inclusive spaces to promote better health for all

WINOOSKI, Vt. (WCAX) - “So I think that sort of the biggest issue is like getting into a gender affirming space,” said Inner Space Kae Ravichandran. Creating inclusive spaces for everyone is the goal for this group. Inner space is a new organization. Their mission is to provide care for people who have experienced what they term systemic oppression and in-justice. They represent people of LGBTQ, transgender, and the bi-poc community. Who they say are under-represented. As a way to show their support to get the word out they put on a community event with Outright VT to show Vermonters that they are here to help.