Tuesday Jul 1
Stars and Stripes
At least 10 C-123 vets have died after VA denied Agent Orange claims, groups say
At least 10 veterans exposed to Agent Orange while serving aboard aircraft contaminated by the Vietnam-era defoliant have died after being denied care by the Department of Veterans Affairs, two veterans groups charged Sunday.
Former crime artist based in Bath's themes now are honor, innocence, beauty
S ome images stay with us forever. Many, fortunately, are pleasant: what we were doing the day we met the person who would become our spouse; that perfect day at the beach last summer; any number of mental snapshots from Game 6 of the 1975 World Series.
Burton farm sold at auction
The Burton family's 1840 farmhouse and 45 acres sold for the minimum acceptable bid of $180,000 at auction Saturday.
White Mountains Community College honors Burton, 2014 graduates
During commencement exercises Friday night, White Mountains Community College bid good luck to the Class of 2014 while also saying good-bye to an administrator and longtime friend of the school.
Landmark Bath general store marks 200 years and counting, growing
Bill Driscoll, who has worked at The Brick Store for more than a decade, poses recently inside the historic emporium which since at least 1790 has sold a variety of items to locals and tourists alike.