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On April 16, like most Vermonters, Tom Kearns was waiting out a pandemic, hunkered down with…

Vermont courthouses, which have been largely idle for the past few months, will resume hearings on Monday, although some details still need to be worked out, according to Judge Brian Grearson,…

On April 16, like most Vermonters, Tom Kearns was waiting out a pandemic, hunkered down with his family in Castleton. The next day, he drove his truck into the shadow of death known as Queens,…

PLAINFIELD – Local officials are seeking additional funds for a pedestrian walkway on the bridge on Main Street because they say the bids they got for the project earlier this year put its cos…

For Nate Doyon and Nina Livellara, of Greenwood Lake, the pandemic turned the Vermonters’ part-time business, Local Donut, into an nearly every day, full-time endeavor.

Middlebury College recently recognized nine seniors at its annual Athletic Awards Ceremony with Chloe Levins, a Rutland High graduate, earning one of the honors.

The National Basketball League of Canada announced this week that for the second consecutive season Joseph Salerno, a graduate of Montpelier High School and the coach of the Moncton Magic, has…

The National Basketball League of Canada announced this week that for the second consecutive season Joseph Salerno, a graduate of Montpelier High School and the coach of the Moncton Magic, has…

The ‘C’ in Creed screams COMMUNITY. Rutland High School senior Matt Creed is this year’s recipient of the Robert Stafford High School Athlete Community Service Award presented by the Vermont C…

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Helen B. Roy ESSEX JUNCTION — Helen Begin Roy, 103, of 18 Carmichael St. passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 24, 2020, in her home at Mansfield Place. Born Jan. 8, 1917, in St. Samuel-de-Gay…

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Wendall Robert Baldwin EAST MONTPELIER — Wendall Robert Baldwin, 83, formerly of East Montpelier, died May 6, 2020, in Gold Hill, Oregon. Born Feb. 23, 1937, to Cecil Henry Baldwin and Christi…

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Brian D. Greene MONTPELIER — Brian D. Greene, big brother, artist, friend to many and a lifetime resident of Montpelier, Vermont, passed away peacefully on May 21, 2020, at 61, with his loving…

Editorial

One of the opportunities that has come from the challenge of this pandemic is a renewed inte…

Three cheers for Mayor Lucas Herring for filling 50 Green Up Day bags and challenging member…

The truth is, at times, painful and accusatory in its accuracy. The truth may make us inspec…

Dot Helling, in her recent commentary about the proposed $10 million-plus parking building M…

After reading Dot Helling’s long dissertation on why the parking garage is unwarranted, why …

Melissa Battah is asking for your vote for a position on the Barre Town Select Board. She wi…

Barre Town has an important contest for Select Board member in the June 2 election, and one …

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