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Vermonters to Wear Red

Hundreds of Vermont businesses, community groups, hospitals, towns and schools are signing up to wear red to help raise awareness and funds to fight the number one killer of women cardiovascular disease. Residents are encouraged to wear red on February

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Hanover is Looking for Snow

Students at Dartmouth and residents of Hanover are waiting for snow to hear the Ice Chimes sculpture.The 20-foot-tall Ice Chimes is a weather-responsive musical sculpture that creates sounds from collected ice and snow. Keith Moskow ’83 and Robert Linn of

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113th Annual Christmas Bird Count

This is the 113th year the Audubon Society is holding its annual Christmas Bird Count, which runs from December 14 through January 5 each year. The local count in your area will occur on one day between those two dates.

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Lynch Proclaims Dec.7 Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day

Governor John Lynch has proclaimed Friday, December 7, 2012, as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in New Hampshire. Governor Lynch has asked that flags be lowered to half-staff on Friday.

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Springfield VT Recreates a Magical Christmas

Springfield VT is recreating a magical Christmas, on Friday, Nov. 30 with the Downtown Springfield Holiday Event. Springfield on the Move, Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce and Springfield Friends of the Town Library team up to make this year’s tree

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Sunapee Turkey Trot

Get outside and burn some calories prior to your Thanksgiving feast. It is not too late to register for Sunapee’s sixth Annual 5K Turkey Trot. Registration can be done in person on Wed. between 5-8 pm at the LSPA Office

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Just in Time for Thanksgiving

Lebanon NH’s Winter Farmers Market Opens this Saturday, November 17, at the Lebanon United Methodist Church at 10 am. Over twenty vendors will be in attendance selling breads, meats, vegetables, baked goodies and more. The indoor Farmer’s Market is opened

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An Evening with 2012 Sarah Josepha Hale Award Winner: Jill Lepore

Historian Jill Lepore accepts the 2012 Sarah Josepha Hale Award at the Newport Opera House on Saturday, November 10 at 8:00pm. Lepore won the Anisfield-Wolf Award, the Bancroft Prize, the Ralph Waldo Emerson Prize, and the Berkshire Prize. She is

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WWII Vets Fly to Washington DC

The last Honor Flight for the 2012 season will leave Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Sunday, October 28 at 5:45 am. The Honor Flight program flies WWII veterans to Washington-DC free, to visit the WWII Memorial, built to honor their sacrifices.

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Springfield VT to Host Harrassment, Hazing, and Bullying Advisory Council

The Commissioner’s Harassment, Hazing, and Bullying Prevention advisory council will hold its second meeting on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 from 1-4pm in the UVM Room at the Howard Dean Center, 307 South Street, Springfield VT. The council will work on

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