August 25, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Wall Goldfinger Flooded Five Years Ago

The Nantanna Dam was unindated and water began roaring around the mill filling the interior first floor of Wall Goldfinger with six inches of mud once the water receded. The mill began shipping out finished product the next day an More...

Remembering Tropical Storm Irene Five Years Ago

“We just finished cleaning up from the flooding that hit our house in May and now, we have More...

Obituaries

Florence Lindner, 90, Ran State Campground at Mt. Mansfield

Florence Lindner of Waterbury passed away August 12, 2016 at Woodridge Nursing Home at the age of 90. More...

Violet Wood Bell, 90, NHS Class of 1944

 Violet Wood Bell of Northfield passed away August 5, 2016 after a short illness.  More...

Entertainment

Miller's All My Sons at Weston Playhouse

Weston, VT. More...

New World Festival is Sunday, September 4

Chandler's New World Festival continues its tradition of presenting vibrant Celtic and French Canadian music and dance on Sunday September 4th.  More...

Reserve for Orchard Valley Summer Camp

Orchard Valley Farm & Forest Summer Camp–Like Summer Should Be More...

Letters

Economic Development Plans for Northfield

TO THE EDITOR: THE NORTHFIELD NEWS IREAD WITH great interest, then dismay, the negative article in the Northfield News about the recent “Night On the Common” event sponsored by the Northfield Economic Development Committee. More...

House & Home

The Gardening Guy

Midsummer Blues - - - And Reds & Yellows

 It’s been a hot dry summer and many gardeners are lamenting the lack of color in their flower gardens. While it’s true that this is a quiet period for many perennials, there are plenty of flowers that are blooming – and plenty more on the way. More...

Roxbury, Vermont Irene Rememberance Celebration, Sunday August 28

A footbridge was overwhelmed near the Roxbury Town Garage as the waters continued to rise during the actual flood. More...

Chandler Road Washout

Photo courtesy John PartlowA young boy in rubber boots looks at the wash out on Chandler Road on the day following the flood that hit Northfield and neighboring towns. More...

Route 12 Looking South - Washed Out

Photo courtesy Lt. Gov. Phil ScottRoute 12 looking south just before the railroad overpass in Berlin was smashed in the flood leaving the road completely torn up. More...

News

Norwich Welcomes Largest Freshman Class in History

Norwich University welcomes the largest incoming class in its history this fall with approximately 900 new students.  More...

This Week's Gun Raffle Winner

Photo by Bill Croney, The Northfield News More...

Calendar

Community Calendar for Week of August 24

ART EXHIBITS AROUND THE AREA Berlin Through September 9 - Impressions works by Lois Beatty, Maureen O’Connor Burgess,Pty Castellini, Janet Cathey, Rachel Gross, Sheri Hancock-Tomek, Victoria Shalvah Herzberg, Judy Lampe, Arol More...

Police Report

Police Report for August 10

August 1011:45 a.m. - Citizen Assist - The Northfield Police Department received a report of a suspicious circumstance from a resident who was on vacation. More...

Features

Brown Public Library this Week

ARE YOU A “FRIEND OF THE BROWN PUBLIC LIBRARY”? More...

Hello From Hollywood

2016 Fall Movie Preview (Part 1)

The 2016 summer box office comes to an end next week and much to Hollywood’s surprise domestic ticket sales have outpaced 2015 by almost 4%, making 2016 More...

I Remember

Meet John (Bo) Blodgett

Last week I described how Mike and the Throbs acquired a bass-man. Eddie Jones, like osmosis sort of oozed his way into the group. More...



 
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