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BURLINGTON - The wrong-way driver charged with killing five Mad River Valley teens during a fiery crash on Interstate 89 in Williston last month had strong evidence of marijuana use in his blood system, according to the … more
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Jury selection is scheduled to begin in the trial of a lawsuit filed by the mother of a teen who was kicked out of an elite New Hampshire prep school after having sex with another student. The lawsuit was filed in federal … more
CONCORD, N.H. - The long-running drought in much of the Northeastern United States is expected to persist through the winter. The U.S. Drought Monitor map released Thursday shows dry conditions continuing through February throughout New England … more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Winter moths, an invasive insect that defoliates trees, could be particularly problematic this spring for drought-stressed trees in New England. Native to Europe, winter moths have damaged a growing number of trees in the … more
MINEOLA, N.Y. — Commercial fishing companies, trade groups and seaport communities in four states have asked a court to stop the federal government from auctioning off the rights to develop a huge offshore windfarm in the Atlantic Ocean … more
HARTFORD, Conn. - For a half-century after the deadliest submarine disaster in U.S. history, Navy Capt. Paul "Bud" Rogers struggled with feelings that it should have been him - and not his last-minute replacement - on the doomed voyage of the USS … more
BOSTON (AP) - For more than 40 years, paraplegic hunters have gathered in the predawn darkness around Massachusetts for an opportunity that might otherwise be difficult, if not impossible. The specialized deer hunt brings together sportsmen and … more
BOSTON (AP) - Former President George H.W. Bush was once known for playing golf at breakneck speed. Now collectors have an opportunity to own some of his golfing history. Boston-based RR Auction has placed up for bid Bush's Titleist Scotty … more
ALFRED, Maine (AP) - Hundreds of holiday wreaths have been stolen from a Maine farm. Gile's Family Farm owner Frank Boucher said Monday that someone stole a trailer containing more than 200 wreaths from behind the Alfred business sometime … more
Indian Point, the nuclear power plant closest to New York City, could be shut as soon as April 2021 under an agreement New York state officials reached this week with Entergy, the utility company that owns the plant, according to a person with … more
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