North Walpole volunteers announce Village Clean Up Day

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N. WALPOLE, N.H. – The North Walpole Village Volunteers, an unofficial group of local residents, have organized a Village Clean Up Day for the morning of Saturday, April 28. Interested participants are invited to gather in the parking lot in … Continued

Celebrate Green Up Day throughout our communities

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REGION – Green Up Day is on its way! Always the first Saturday in May, Green Up Day this year is Saturday, May 5. A Vermont tradition since 1970, Green Up Day is a statewide event where over 22,000 volunteers … Continued

Spring Home Improvement 04-25-18

Choose bold colors to set the mood and tone of your rooms. Photo by bukhta79. stock.Adobe

This weeks’ Spring Home Improvement section features: Rockingham Old House restoration awards; Springfield’s curb appeal challenge; Three major home renovations; Four rules for a more organized home; and Five ways to create ambiance in your home. Spring Home Improvement Every … Continued

Full online edition The Vermont Journal 04-25-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Vermont Journal 04-25-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Vermont Journal features: Show your love for Mom in our paper; Final CTES principal candidate declines job offer; … Continued

Full online edition The Shopper 04-25-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Shopper 04-25-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Shopper features: Show your love for Mom in our paper; NBF Architects present public works building conceptual plan; RVTC … Continued

Hunt safely this turkey season

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MONTPELIER, Vt. – Hunting safely during turkey season is easy if you follow tips issued by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. Vermont’s spring youth turkey hunting weekend is April 28 and 29, and the regular spring turkey season is … Continued

Op-Ed: The annual education finance end game

The Vermont General Assembly is in its final weeks of trying to assemble a school finance “reform” bill. Their product so far has become an ever-shifting grab bag of proposals that even veteran legislators must be struggling to follow from … Continued

Springfield Easter Fest has one prize left to claim

Dear Editor, The Springfield Easter Fest was a great success due to the efforts of many area churches and businesses. We have one remaining prize to be claimed and cannot decipher the phone number of the winner. If you won … Continued

Our new gun laws

Dear Editor, This is in response to Dick McCormack’s editorial, “Something to write home about for April.” Much has been written about responsible gun laws and gun safety. I want to address something that most have missed, and that is … Continued

A mystery photo

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At the Chester Historical Society, we have many unknown photos. The photo with this article is one of those unknown photos. I had seen an old newspaper clipping years ago regarding this mystery photo. All I could remember was mention … Continued

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