Battle of the Barbers on Main Street


  BRATTLEBORO, Vt. – Scissors will snip and curls will be clipped as the Battle of the Barbers heats up on Main Street Friday, March 3. The tonsorial action will take place in the lobby of the Latchis Hotel beginning … Continued

Distant Hill Nature Trail is now open daily

distant hill nature trail

WALPOLE, N.H.- Distant Hill Gardens wanted to let you all know that your 2016 donations have been put to work improving the Accessibility of Distant Hill Gardens. This past they added another 900 feet of accessible trail to Distant Hill … Continued

Andrie Rose Inn – Business Spotlight of the Week

andrie rose inn

In 1950, Andrie Rose converted her 1829-vintage village home into the Pleasant Street Lodge with 11 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. It’s now the Andrie Rose Inn, with nine bedrooms and baths, where Michael and Irene Maston keep up the tradition … Continued

I-91 Rockingham bridges update

rockingham bridge

ROCKINGHAM, Vt. – The following is the update of the construction to take place on the I-91 Rockingham bridges 24S and 24N over the Williams River. All preliminary work has been completed until March 22, 2017 when work will begin … Continued

Burglaries at post office and local businesses

CUTTINGSVILLE, Vt. – On Tuesday, February 28, at approximately 7:40 a.m. the Vermont State Police responded to a burglary at the Cuttingsville Post Office located at 5446 Vt. Route 103. During the course of investigation, Troopers found The Rustic Rooster … Continued

Architectural artwork is available for viewing


CHESTER, Vt. – Whiting Library located on Main Street in Chester is pleased to present the architectural drawings of Gary Barron during the months of March and April. Mr. Barron is an architectural artist specializing in streetscapes and iconic buildings. … Continued

Student artwork is on display


SAXTONS RIVER, Vt. – The art of Saxtons River Elementary School students will be on display at Main Street Arts from Thursday, March 9 to Friday, April 21 in a show entitled “98 Works of Art.” All current students with … Continued

Local residents meet with Sen. Sanders and Sen. Leahy

  BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Representatives from Windham County’s community coalitions traveled to Washington, D.C. in early February to collaborate with 3,000 substance abuse prevention specialists and advocates from throughout the country for the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s (CADCA) … Continued

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