Brattleboro Tiny House Fest grows into big ideas

Tiny House

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. – Tiny House Fest Vermont began with 5,000 attendees in 2016. As the festival grows, so does its engagement with not-so-tiny ideas. On Saturday, June 23, in downtown Brattleboro, up to 30 houses will be on view, and … Continued

Op-Ed: Vermont’s electric vehicle future

For the past 20 years, Vermont state government has aggressively worked to get Vermonters to abandon internal combustion vehicles in favor of electric vehicles of both hybrid and all-electric types. The favored method in those early years was to adopt … Continued

Full online edition: The Vermont Journal 05-30-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Vermont Journal 05-30-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Vermont Journal features: Memorial Day parade and ceremony in Ludlow; Ludlow Auditorium is dedicated to retired municipal manager … Continued

Full online edition: The Shopper 05-30-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Shopper 05-30-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Shopper features: Memorial Day services and parades in Bellows Falls, Vt. and Charlestown, N.H.; SHS Spring Arts Festival showcases … Continued

Op-Ed: Innovating for water quality

From Vermont’s inception, freedom and unity have spurred innovation. John Deere invented the tractor. Ben and Jerry created world-class ice cream. Environmental leaders like George Perkins Marsh defined conservation. The state’s rich history highlights how Vermonters and their values have … Continued

Richard E. LaFayette, 1967 – 2018

WALPOLE, N.H. – Richard E. LaFayette, beloved husband to Tammy L. LaFayette; father of Jacob, Hallie, Courtney, Shawn, and Nicholas LaFayette; stepfather to James and Meagan Prue; grandfather to Joshua and Owen LaFayette, Sophia and Vyctoria Prue, Easton Richmond and … Continued

Op-Ed: Politicians should set aside politics

Vermonters and their hard-earned dollars are exhausted from experiencing the roller coaster ride that is our government’s approach to economic policy. Despite repeated pleas from Vermonters to address affordability and avoid upward pressures on tax bills, this session has once … Continued

Jacob R. McAllister, 1991 – 2018

Jacob R. McAllister

WESTMINSTER, Vt. – Jacob R. McAllister, 26, of Morse Brook Road passed away Sunday, May 27, 2018. Jacob was born in Brattleboro, Vt. Oct. 4, 1991, the son of Russell and Teri (Bryant) McAllister. He attended schools in Westminster and … Continued

A letter from the taxpayers of Chester Bus 4

Dear Editor, We, the parents and taxpayers of Bus #4 – the “Andover” school bus – want to make all of you aware of a disservice being done to the families who live in Andover, the outer edge of Chester, … Continued

The third 3CVT creative networking breakfast

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SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – The Cornerstone Creative Community of Vermont (3CVT), a committee of professionals working within the local creative economy, is hosting its third regional mash up at the Great Hall at 100 River St., in Springfield, Thursday, June 7, … Continued

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