Full online edition: The Vermont Journal 06-20-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Vermont Journal 06-20-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Vermont Journal features: Community gathers to dedicate Proctorsville green to Rich Svec; New CTES principal is thrilled; Flood … Continued

Full online edition: The Shopper 06-20-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Shopper 06-20-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Shopper features: SHS Alumni Day Parade; BF Alumni Day Parade; Iris garden in Springfield; and Grafton Womens’ Community Club … Continued

Food scrap hauling services opportunity

food scraps

LUDLOW, Vt. – Food waste comprises about a third of the waste Americans throw away in landfills and is in fact the largest solid waste contributor to landfills. Food scraps in landfills produce methane, a gas with 25 times the … Continued

Flood Brook student wins logo design competition

design

LONDONDERRY, Vt. – The recently formed Londonderry Energy Committee is excited to announce Vivian Prouty as the winner of a design competition. In April of this year, the LEC solicited Flood Brook School students to help create a logo to … Continued

Wunderbar, new restaurant opening in Bellows Falls

Wunderbar

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – The Vermont Pretzel Factory and its popular café were in the building at 22 Rockingham St. in Bellows Falls. The old timers remembered it as the location of a Newberry’s five-and-ten-cent store that had been in … Continued

Emergency natural disaster restoration assistance

WALPOLE, N.H. – The Cheshire-Sullivan County USDA Farm Service Agency is approved to accept applications for the Emergency Forest Restoration Program to address the May 4 storm damage. EFRP provides payments to eligible owners of nonindustrial private forest land to … Continued

Op-Ed: Governor’s plan would raid the Education Fund

Public education – pre-k through 12 – has become a coveted source of revenue in recent years. People look at the $1.7 billion Education Fund and imagine how some efficiencies here, a little school consolidation there, could free up hundreds … Continued

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