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Feeding a Community

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Making It Work

BARRE – A locally owned lumber company will stay in the Allen family’s hands for a little longer than expected due to delays associated coronavirus crisis.

BARRE – The courthouse in Barre is running as smoothly as it can be, given the novel coronavirus pandemic, but the Washington County State’s Attorney isn’t happy about one tweak affecting indi…

NORTHFIELD – Police say a Northfield woman died in a house fire that appeared to have been caused by a chimney Thursday.

Editor’s note: Current PrEvents is produced by the Central Vermont New Directions Coalition as part of the Regional Prevention Partnership grant from the Vermont Department of Health.

In its 35th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company announced a Vermont student was its player of the year.

In its 35th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company announced a Vermont student was its player of the year.

WORCESTER, Mass. — Following its best season in program history, the Castleton University wrestling team saw seven wrestlers land All-New England Wrestling Association recognition with a trio …

I don’t consider myself a pack rat. Yet, I still have a note from Tony Adams that he sent me 30 years ago.

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Bryan L. Merrill BARRE – The graveside service of Bryan L. Merrill originally scheduled for Saturday, April 18, 2020, at 11 a.m. in Hope Cemetery in Barre has been postponed. The service will …

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John Edwin Brink LUNENBURG — John Edwin Brink, 54, died unexpectedly on Friday, March 27, 2020. John was born to Jeanne and John (Emrick) on April 28, 1965, and adopted by her husband, Douglas…

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C. Jean Matthews MONTPELIER — C. Jean Matthews, 95, passed away peacefully and in the comfort of her daughters, Karen and Gail, at the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin on Wednesday mor…

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