April 16, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Williamstown’s Sean Morris at RTCC

This is the time of year for maple sugaring in Vermont and you will find sugar makers and sugar houses in unique locations all over the state. More...

Worship

Worship Directory

BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE10 Harrison St., MontpelierContact: 229-94297 p.m. Friday, 9:45 a.m. SaturdayShabbat Services More...

Entertainment

Orchard Valley Waldorf School Spring Gala and Silent Auction!

Sunday, April 26 – 5pm-7:30pm at the Inn at Montpelier

Hosted in the historic downtown Inn at Montpelier, this event is sure to be a great outing in support of Orchard Valley. Invite your friends and family to share in the fun! More...

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

ART EXHIBITS AROUND THE AREA Northfield Through July 15 - Out of the Ashes,, fifth and final exhibition commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, focus on the aftermath of the Lincoln assissination and the restoration of the South, Sulliv More...

VPO Comes to Chandler May 2

The Vermont Philharmonic brings their annual spring concert to the Chandler Music Hall stage on Saturday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m. More...

Editorials

Legislative Update

This was a relatively quiet week on the House floor. We are still waiting for the healthcare bill to come out of committee. It is still being vetted by the money” committees and should be passed out soon. More...

Documentary “After Winter, Spring” to Screen

Burlington, VT - Award-winning feature documentary After Winter, Spring, directed by Judith Lit, will have its Vermont premiere at the Merrill’s Roxy Cinemas in Burlington on Wednesday, May 6 at 7:00 pm. More...

The Gardening Guy

Ikebana: Arranging Flowers in a Japanese Artform

Some people collect salt and pepper shakers, others license plates or stuffed teddy bears. I collect different species of flowers that I grow in my garden. More...

Northfield Could Be Forced into School Consolidation

School consolidation has long been a big bugaboo that Northfield has never wanted to face nor have the Northfield and Roxbury schools wanted to talk merger with any other district in the area. More...

Youth Leader Honored at Norwich

The Youth Leadership Conference conducted at Norwich University ended with a surprise for Norwich University’s Director of Recruitment, Lt. Colonel Skip Davison. More...

News

Photo

One of the highlights of Norwich University’s 20th Annual William E. More...

Norwich Lunch & Learn Speaker Talks Balloons

The Sullivan Museum and History Center presented their first Smithsonian speaker, Tom Crouch, Ph.D., senior curator of the Aeronautics Department at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum at a recent Lunch and Learn. More...

Comedy “Second City” Coming to Barre Opera

This season’s TD Bank Celebration Series concludes on Saturday, May 2 at 8 p.m. with the world’s number one name in improvisational comedy, The Second City at the Barre Opera House. More...

Police Report

Police Report

April 1 8:19 a.m. - Suspicious Person/Circumstance - A report of a suspicious circumstance was received. A neighbor reported seeing something suspicious at nearby residence. More...

Orange County Sheriff’s Report

On April 2, 2015 at approximately 08:30 while an Orange County Deputy was traveling north on I 89 in the town of Williamtown the automatic license plate reader alerted the deputy that the male registered owner of the vehicle he just passed was under More...

Sports

Women Split a Pair in Softball

With lots of snow as a backdrop, Norwich pitcher Taylor Morris made Norwich sports history when she fired the first ever softball pitch on Sabine Field last Wednesday afternoon when the Norwich Women took on Emmanuel. More...

History

Downtown Northfield Taken from the Vine Street Dry Bridge, circa 1910

Tony Miller of Northfield has recently been sharing photographs and postcards of Northfield collected by his father over a number of years. More...