July 24, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Labor Day Grand Marshal Named

Marguerite Moore has been chosen as this year’s Grand Marshal of the Northfield Labor Day parade and festivities. More...

Obituaries

Thomas W. McCarney

Committal service for Thomas W. McCarney, 72, who died December 6, 2013, will be conducted Friday, July 25th at 3 p.m. at MT Hope Cemetery in Northfield, with full military honors to be accorded. 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...

Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

ART EXHIBITSAROUND THE AREANorthfieldThrough September 9,Celebrating Northfield’sArtists, NorthfieldHistorical Society, PaineHouse at Brown PublicLibrary, Wednesdays 2 - More...

Police Report

Police Report

July 9 12:12 a.m. - SOT - Northfield Police participatedin the Highway Safety Program campaign. Police patrolled the Town of Northfield,enforced several traffic violations, and detectedone criminally suspended operator. More...

House & Home

The Gardening Guy

Good Bugs, Bad Bugs

MANY GARDENERS seem to think that any UFI (Unidentified Flying Insect) is a potential threat to their tomatoes or the spinach. When in doubt, they swat it, squish it or submerge it. But most bugs are not bad – and many are helpful. More...

Sports

Solid Waste Ordinance to be Voted by Residents

The public will have the opportunity, next month, to weigh in on a proposed Williamstown ordinance regulating the control of solid waste. More...

Hunter Named to All League First Team

Williamstown's Hunter McLaughlin was named to the Central Vermont League All League First team for his outstanding performance this past season. More...

Cherish Is All League First Team

Williamstown senior Cherish Preti (shown making a throw from third base) was named to the Central Vermont League's All League First Team for this past season. More...

Voters to Decide on Water Bonds at Special Town Meeting Next Tuesday

Voters will decide whether the town will back new water bonds for the Northfield Department of Water abd Sewer to finish a number of water improvement projects which had been under way for the last few years. More...

It was 57 for ‘57

It was the 57th reunion for the Northfield High School class of 1957. “We couldn’t wait until our 60th reunion to get together,” Sally Pedley, one of the class members, said. More...

News

Our Civil War Heritage Remembered, 150 Years Ago

The Northfield News More...

Young Golfers Show Their Stuff!

Northfield Country Club Golf Pro Ryan McDonald (center) starts his golfers at an early age.Ryan meets with this group once a week and last Friday they were out on the course enjoying the game and the More...

BBQ by Stagecoach with Dave Keller Band

RANDOLPH – Gifford Medical Center and the White River Valley Chamber of Commerce have been partnering all summer to offer a free Tuesday concert series to the community. More...

Entertainment

Hello From Hollywood

Take a Chance on the ABBA Museum Where the Music Lives On

A BBA, one of the most commercially successful bands of all time, may never officially reunite, but the Swedish pop group still brings devoted fans together daily at the ABBA Museum in Stockholm, the capital city of their native Sweden. More...

Editorials

Average Joe

My Aunt Eunice

A UNT EUNICE, my mother’s older sister, doesn’t fight as much since she moved to the Northeast Senior Center. More...

Slim Randles’ Home Country

Dud Campbell, our resident would-be novelist, was busy on his day off. Anita watched him excitedly as he removed something from the box that had arrived. It was a CD. And it was something he hadn’t asked her about. More...

News from the Hill

WHILE MOST Norwich students have been working in seasonal jobs, rising junior and Northfield native Billy Whaley has spent the summer in Geneva, N.Y., “living the dream” playing baseball. More...