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Feeding a Community

Feeding a Community

Berlin Pond

Berlin Pond

Making It Work

Making It Work

SWANTON -- After another member of the Northwest State Correctional Facility tested positive for COVID-19, the Department of Corrections on Monday night announced it has locked down the facility.

BARRE — A call center has been set up for anyone in central Vermont seeking support services and resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.

BARRE — The Washington County State’s Attorney says incidents of domestic abuse have gone up since the state put in measures to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.

When Burns Page got the job as the assistant executive director of the Vermont Principals’ Association many years ago, he called newspapers around the state and excitedly told the media that h…

MONTPELIER — In light of state officials warnings Friday to not get outside but stay close to home, skiers and snowboarders itching to get in last-minute runs are urged to be cautious.

According to track promoter Mike Bruno, Devil’s Bowl Speedway remains optimistic its 54th stock car racing season will still open Sunday, May 17.

The undefeated Spaulding girls hockey team made history this winter by finishing the season without a single blemish on its record.

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Allen Fogarty-Rice 1/14/1945 - 3/15/2020 MEMPHIS Tenn. — Allen passed away in Memphis, Tenn. on March 15, 2020. He was the only son of Raymond and Eveline Rice of Walden. Surviving family incl…

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Sally Bilodeau WILLIAMSTOWN — Sally Bilodeau, 82, of Brush Hill Road, passed away on Saturday, April 4, 2020, at her home with her family at her bedside. A complete obituary will be published …

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Kathleen M. Boucher BARRE TOWN — Kathleen M Boucher, 75, died peacefully surrounded by her family at her home on April 4, 2020. Kathy was born in Nashua, New Hampshire, on July 21, 1944, a dev…

Editorial

One of the nice things about self-isolation is that people are taking the time to express th…

While we may tend to subscribe to a different set of political beliefs, I want to thank Gov.…

As you can see in your obituary section, many in our communities are experiencing death of t…

To the Caledonia Central Supervisory Union and Twinfield Union School administrations, Twinf…

As a kid, and as a sports lover, when I played backyard baseball or basketball I would alway…

My name is Jasmine Little. My sister Kaitlyn Little, my friend Sydney Adreon and I have been…

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