April 10, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Obituaries

Dana L. Haggett, 66, Worked at Post Office

Dana L. Haggett, 66, died Sunday, March 30, 2014 at his home on Water Street. He was born in Montpelier on May 6, 1947, the son of Chester & Marilyn (Howard) Haggett. He is a graduate of Northfield High School, class of 1965. 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 EXHIBITS AROUND THE AREA Northfield Through April - Pastel paintings of still lifes and Vermont landscapes by Jean Kerr- Lewis of Northfield are currently on display at More...

Police Report

Police Report

March 26 3:16 a.m. - Parking Problem - Northfield Police enforced the Winter Parking Ban. Two vehicles were observed in violation in the Village, and were subsequently ticketed. Nothing Further. More...

House & Home

The Gardening Guy

CONVENTIONAL wisdom has it that fruit trees should be pruned in March, but don’t worry if you haven’t even started yet. I haven’t. There’s no harm in pruning in April, or anytime, really. More...

Sports

The NAHA U12 Girls Team

placed 2nd in their first U12 Girls State Tournament. The girls faced off against Woodstock in the Championship game for some intense hockey ending in a 2-1 loss. More...

The NAHA Bantam Team

placed 1st in the Rutland Tournament. They played Twin Valley in the final game and after being down 3-1, NAHA came back to tie it up. More...

NAHA Kids Report Great Season

The Northfield Amateur Hockey Association [NAHA] Bantam Team placed 1st in the Rutland Tournament. They played Twin Valley in the final game and after being down 3-1, NAHA came back to tie it up. More...

“Mixing Marauders” Show their Stuff at Junior Iron Chef Competition

"The "Mixing Marauders", a team of four NMHS eight grade students, Molly Kimble, Seth Hurley, Kaitlyn Southworth and Andrea Burnell recently showed off their culinary skills at the 7th annual VT Junior Iron Chef competition held at the Champlain Vall More...

News

Roesler Named Director of Class Giving at Norwich

Carolyn Roesler has been named Director of Class Giving at Norwich University. More...

Marauder of the Week Blake Spaulding

This week’s Marauder of the Week is senior, Blake Spaulding. Blake is a student who is dedicated to improving and pushing himself to succeed. More...

Green Mountain Club Planning Egg Hunt

The Green Mountain Club and Laughing Moon Chocolates will host the fourth annual Mud Season Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19 from 10 a.m. More...

Entertainment

Hello From Hollywood

TV Pilot Season 2014 - Part 3 of 3

I N THIS LAST installment on the TV pilot season, NBC is the final network whose pilots are previewed below. More...

Editorials

Slim Randles’ Home Country

EMILY LED the group of five into the Mule Barn, through the coffee shop itself, and into what is known locally as “the banquet room” when it isn’t being used for storage. More...

Silly Social Scenes

GOMBC NOW AT PET CASKET FACTORY, SUFFERING TENDER MERCIES OF PCKN – As reported last week, the Grumpy Old Men’s Breakfast Club left their long-time meeting place and transferred all their other-worldly goods to the Pet Casket Factory. More...

News from the Hill

ON TUESDAY April 22, 2014, Norwich University’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (AROTC) will host the annual Tri-Service Award Ceremony in Plumley Armory from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. More...