Gordon Gates & Sons Part 2

“After the roofing I got into the regular swing of things + I guess I must have done a right. I worked till the job on Magic was all done. The three partners split up. Phyl Hitchcock one of them … Continued

Permission given to pursue a R.E.D.

act 46

      CHESTER, Vt. – The state’s Act 46 legislation intent “is not to close small schools, but rather to ensure school have the opportunity to enjoy the expanded educational opportunities and economies of scale that are available to … Continued

Carl L. Woodard, 1947 – 2017


  GRAFTON, Vt. – Carl L. Woodard, born Jan. 1, 1947 in Bellows Falls, Vt. the son of Arthur and Mary Woodard passed away at his home on January 21, 2017. He went to high school at Leland and Gray … Continued

Charlestown Family Medicine health center coming in June


    CHARLESTOWN, N.H. – Matt Nutting says “mid-June” when asked the time-frame for opening the $2.5 million Charlestown Family Medicine construction project he manages. Construction for the 8,200-square-foot health center on Cedar Road can be seen from NH Route … Continued

Rosamond M. Lovell, 1925 – 2017


SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Rosamond M. Lovell 91, died peacefully at home on January 16, 2017 after a long illness.  She was born May 1,1925 to the late Ruth and Charles Magwire. Rosamond was born and raised in Springfield. She graduated from … Continued

Antiques Roundtable was well attended


CHESTER, Vt. – The first Antiques Roundtable of 2017, held at the Chester Town Hall, was well attended with about forty visitors. Several exhibits included game calls, duck decoys, fox, beaver and coyote pelts and a superb exhibit of antique … Continued

Remembering Gale Peck


Many area residents will remember Gale Peck (1887- 1991) of Chester. I remember Gale but never knew him well. His son Howard (1911-2014) I did know well. Gale was an early officer of the Chester Historical Society and a strong … Continued

The Stone Hearth Inn & Tavern


  CHESTER, Vt. – Ten years ago Francy and Sheldon moved from France to Chester in order to be closer to their grandchildren. Already familiar with the hospitality industry from their time in France, they saw the opportunity to create … Continued

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