Op-Ed: We should be proud of our Vermont elections

Election Day is fast approaching! On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Vermonters will head to the ballot box to vote for the people who will represent them, from Justice of the Peace all the way up to governor and members of Congress. … Continued

Vail restructuring at Okemo focuses on unified northeast management


  LUDLOW, Vt. – Okemo Mountain Resort has undergone an organizational shift as Vail Resorts revealed a new regional structure for its three northeast ski resorts: Okemo Mountain Resort, Stowe Mountain Resort, and Mount Sunapee. The shift has repositioned long … Continued

Program to focus on where we came from


BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – An ongoing program that explores how immigrants have shaped our community will continue Saturday, Nov. 3, at noon at the Rockingham Free Public Library. This free talk will give audience members a glimpse of what life … Continued

Introducing Hannah Davis


At 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at the Walpole Town Hall, I will give a talk on antiques in the collection of the Walpole Historical Society. My approach will be to compare items in their collection with other examples … Continued

SEVCA celebrates milestone in community solar project

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  WESTMINSTER, Vt. – The Southeastern Vermont Community Action organization recently celebrated the first phase competition of their new project, the Community Solar for Community Action, a ground-mounted, solar array being installed at SEVCA’s main office in Westminster. When completed, … Continued

BF Harvest Festival, warm chowder on cold day


  BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – The Great Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce and Bellows Falls Downtown Association Chowder and Chili Cook-Off was well attended Saturday, Oct. 27, despite the freezing rain with temperatures hovering above freezing. It was a perfect … Continued

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