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Feeding a Community

Feeding a Community

Berlin Pond

Berlin Pond

Making It Work

Making It Work

Large grocery stores have made significant changes to how they operate as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

MONTPELIER — When shelter-in-place is done, hungry Vermonters will meet again at what once was Bagitos restaurant in Montpelier.

Several organizations have come together to create a community response coordinating team to help the community-based response teams and mutual aid networks that have risen in response to Verm…

BARRE – The lineup is set and a forum featuring the three candidates still in the running to replace Superintendent John Pandolfo will start 30 minutes earlier than originally planned on Monday.

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.

Dream Dozen selections Tia Martinez and Jonah Cattaneo piled up more accolades when the Capital Division announced this year’s All-Star teams.

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Claire (Benoit) Crossman MONTPELIER — Claire Benoit Crossman, formerly of Barre Street, died on April 1, 2020, at Burlington Health and Rehabilitation. She was 97. She was born on Oct. 6, 1922…

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Joseph F. Willey NORTHFIELD — Joseph F. Willey, 91, passed away March 31, 2020, at his home on Cox Brook Road. He was born in Northfield on Feb. 10, 1929, the son of Harry Asa & Mildred S.…

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Eileen (Stone) Martell ENFIELD, Conn. — Eileen (Stone) Martell, 79, wife of the late Louis F. Martell, passed away Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Born in Barre, daughter of the late Delmar and Stel…

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