December 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Paine Mountain Brewery Holds Grand Opening

Northfield’s newest business officially opened its’ doors last Saturday. The Paine Mountain Brewing Company welcomed customers to its’ Tap-Room and was enthusiastically received. More...

Obituaries

Lourena Reed (Pike) Trombley, 86, Worked at Mayo Healthcare

Lourena Reed (Pike) Trombley, 86, died Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at Mayo Healthcare in Northfield, following a long and courageous battle with Alzheimers She was born in Plainfield, Vermont on May 23, 1928, the daughter of Perley A. More...

Daniel “Danny” W. Vilbrin, 53, Worked at Falzarano Trucking

Daniel “Danny” W. Vilbrin, 53, died unexpectedly, Tuesday, December 2, 2014 in Northfield Falls. He was born in Northfield, September 5, 1961, the son of Richard & Elaine (Shuttle) Vilbrin. 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...

Entertainment

Hello From Hollywood

2014 Angel Film Awards

As the Oscar race intensifies following the announcement of the Golden Globes and SAG Awards nominations, the world of cinema continues to celebrate new talent and powerful films for 2015. More...

VSO Brass Quintet to Perform in Warren

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s Brass Quintet and Counterpoint Holiday Concert will ring in the season in Warren on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 beginning at 7:30 pm. The concert will be presented at the Warren United Church. More...

North Country Chorus & Dinner will visit Moorish Spain in Madrigal Presentation

The North Country Chorus and its Madrigal Dinner guests will visit Moorish Spain at a pivotal period in Western history. The marriage of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand has united their provinces, and Spain is about to become a nation. More...

Sports

Lady Devils are 3-0 as they Down Randolph

On Monday night, in Randolph, the Williamstown Lady Devils improved their record to3-0 – and they did so in very impressive fashion. The Williamstown Girl’s defeated the much bigger Galloping Lady Ghosts 85-50. More...

Boys Winless for First Time in Memory

For the first time in recent memory the Williamstown Boy’s basketball team is winless two games into the season. More...

Lady Marauders are 2-0

Sophomore defenseman Courtney Amell (#6, above) scored one of the two Lady Marauder goals as the Northfield Girls picked up a 2-0 road win at South Burlington last Saturday. More...

Storm Power Outages Lasted for Days

Those with water wells were out of luck because their electric pumps weren’t working. Many had to forget about a bath. Generators were getting a workout just to keep refrigerators and freezers going and food from spoiling. More...

Finding the Snowman!

Alex LaBerge, left, Tyler DeLary and Bryce DeLary spent two hours making a snowman on Washington Street during the recent crazy snowfall. More...

News

Marauder of the Week Mercedes Fontes

This week’s Marauder of the Week is freshman, Mercedes Fontes. She not only has had a successful transition to high school, but she also volunteers with the Bridges Afterschool Program and Unified Sports. More...

Interact Kids Join Crafters

nteractors sell jewelry they crafted at the holiday Farmers Market at Plumley Armory. More...

Scouts Sell Hot Sauce

Boys of Boy Scout Troop 759 selling hot sauce on the special holiday farmers market at Norwich University's Plumley Armory. The proceeds of the sales go to support the Scouts trip to Washington D.C. More...

Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

ART EXHIBITS AROUND THE AREA Northfield Through December, 2014 - 1864: "Some Suffer So Much,” The fourth in a series of Civil War exhibitions will examine the role of Norwich More...

Police Report

Police Report

December 3 12:13 p.m. - Citizen Assist - The Northfield Police Department assisted a citizen in disposing of unwanted hazardous items found in their house they no longe wanted. More...

Features

Rotary Matters

THERE’S AN interesting aspect of Northfield’s Rotary that many people may not be aware of: it is cross-generational to a degree that few clubs (especially in towns of our size) match. More...

News from the Hill

As we prepare for the season of giving, we would like to share with you recommendations for books that members of our faculty and staff love and love to give as gifts: More...

The Gardening Guy

Kissing Balls

At this time of year I need all the help I can get. Cloudy gray days do not make me cheerful. Days that end at 4pm do not please me. I counteract the dark with lights, flowers on the table, greenery (and maybe a little chocolate). More...