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LITTLETON — Downtown and river district projects are advancing, and a new development includes making the new recreational rail-trail more bicycle-friendly with a hard surface, a proposal being requested by a bicycle group expanding its trail system across the North Country.

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A Regional Fire Services report crafted to possibly guide the future of several area fire departments advocates a “hub and spoke concept” that maintains individual fire departments while encouraging the centralization of several functions.

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Vermonters age 75 and older began making appointments for their COVID-19 vaccinations on Monday following the Health Department’s opening of the online registration portal and call center.

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As the coronavirus vaccine continues to roll out in the North Country, regional health care leaders detailed the timeline for the region, how the vaccine will be administered to the general population, how residents could be informed of its availability, and what communities could expect to see in the coming months.

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) announces that road work will begin on US Route 2 and Vermont Route 102 in Lancaster, N.H. and Guildhall, Vt. on Monday, July 6. This work involves constructing a new “T” intersection to replace the current “Y” intersection at the Route 2/102 intersection and constructing the approaches to the new bridge over the Connecticut River.