July 23, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

NHS Class of 1965’s 50th Reunion

Twenty seven members of the Northfield High School Class of 1965 got together for their 50th Class Reunion last weekend with a series of events including a dinner at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Montpe More...

Worship

Worship Directory

BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE 10 Harrison St., Montpelier Contact: 229-9429 7 p.m. Friday, 9:45 a.m. Saturday Shabbat Services More...

Methodist Youth Repairing Area Churches

A Methodist Youth Group from Lansdale Methodist Church, in Lansdale Pennsylvania arrived in Northfield last Saturday and started to work in the area on Monday. More...

Police Report

Police Report

July 8 2:23 a.m. - Foot Patrol - Northfield Police conducted Foot Patrol in the Depot Square area. 7:50 a.m. - Theft - Northfield PD responded to Water St for a theft of an inspection sticker. The sticker was entered into NCIC as stolen. More...

Features

I Remember

The Gray Building (Part 1) More...

The Gardening Guy

Red Leafed Plants

When I bought my house in 1970 it had no landscaping. But I’ve lived in it ever since and have been working on the gardens all that time (except when I was off seeing the world and serving in the Peace Corps). More...

Silly Social Scenes

FUNERAL – Of a recent morning, conversation at the Grumpy Old Men’s Breakfast Club turned to afterlife experiences, understandable in light of the fact that none of the members present will ever see 67 again. More...

Learning to Recycle at an Early Age

The kids get a recycling lesson at Vacation Bible School at the United Church. The theme for the week was focused on Heifer International and the animals given to families to improve their lives. More...

Ambulance Spends Much, Earns More

While the ambulance department may have overspent its budget, its revenue has outstripped all expectations, according to Ambulance Chief Lawton Rutter. More...

Convenience Plus has a Sweet Winner!

Winner Jennie French, left, with her son. She was the luckly winner of the recent drawing for the 5 lb. Hersey's Chocolate Bar. More...

News

Work Update Randolph Roxbury

VT 12A ER STP 0187(11)

Project Location: VT Route 12A in Randolph from the Recreation Field to 3/4 mile past the Roxbury Town Line. Project completion is scheduled for October 2015. More...

Open Farm Week Comes to Statehouse

Farmers across Vermont will throw open their barn doors and garden gates to welcome the public for a behind-the-scenes look at Vermont’s vibrant working landscape. More...

Good Beginnings Promoting Positive Fatherhood Images

Have you noticed a lack of positive images of fathers and fatherhood when you visit the doctor’s office, local schools or libraries, or local service providers? Good Beginnings of Central VT is doing something to change that. More...

Entertainment

WNUB-FM Variety Show of The Air is Syndicated

WNUB-FM’s weekend show, aired locally from 7-8 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, has been picked up in syndication by WCFR AM & FM in Springfield, bringing this popular show to yet another Vermont radio station. More...

Brown Public Library

If you’re in town attending a class reunion, stop in to browse through your Rambler Yearbook. We have yearbooks dating back to 1921. More...

Making Sacred Connections and the 18th Annual Vermont Festival of the Arts!

Waitsfield United Church of Christ Displays the Work of Two Vermont Artists

The Waitsfield United Church of Christ will exhibit the paintings of Vermont artists Kathleen McGuffin of Burlington and Karla Van Vliet of Bristol during the 18th Annual Vermont Festival of the Arts. More...

Letters

Moving Vermont Forward

TO THE EDITOR: THE NORTHFIELD NEWS M OVING VERMONT’S ECONOMY forward requires investments in both innovation and infrastructure. More...