July 21, 2016 RSS feed / News

NSF awards Norwich grant for free teen summer cyber camp for second year

Norwich University has received a grant for more than $72,000 from the National Science More...

Williamstown to Purchase New Ladder Truck

With a low bid of $14,300, Sullivan and Powers of Montpelier won the contract to serve as auditor for Williamstown, the selectboard decided Monday night. Sullivan and Powers was the lower of two bids; the other bein More...

Gifford Begins Construction on Senior Living

Community members, early depositors, and Gifford staff and board members gathered on July 12 to celebrate groundbreaking for 49 independent living apartments at the Morgan Orchards Senior Living Community in Randolp More...

Next Step in Landfill Ban Goes into Effect

Vermont is taking the next step to reduce waste with a ban on leaf, yard and clean wood debris in landfills, effective July 1, 2016. The landfill ban is part of the 2012 Universal Recycling law (Act 148), which was enact More...

Norwich University seals historic exchange agreement with Korea University

Norwich University has entered into a new agreement with Korea University and the Republic of Korea’s Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Cadet Command, for the semester long exchange of cadets between the two universities. More...

Norwich to Offer New Major

Beginning fall 2016 Norwich University will offer a new major, a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. The new program adds to the previously announced new Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and is part of an&nb More...

Help with the Water Street Park

Northfield High School graduates of the Class of ’57 started a project soon after the damage done to Water Street by the flooding caused by “Irene.” At each Class Reunion for the past 20 years, the Class has chosen a&nbs More...

Darn Tough Has Double Digit Growth

Darn Tough Vermont, the American manufacturer of the fastest growing collection of performance outdoor and lifestyle socks, is proud to announce it has again achieved high doubledigit growth, this time during the se More...

Education Tax Raises Property Taxes by 5 Cents

Of the six-cent increase in Northfield’s resident property tax rate, one cent of it is related to the municipal budget, Selectboard Chairman Dave Maxwell told his colleagues last week. More...

Moose Raise $1,400 for Veterans' Park

BY BILL CRONEYThe Northfield NewsThe Williamstown Veteran’s Memorial Park fund got a nice infusion of cash last weekendthanks to the Central Vermont Moose Club, in Williamstown, and a large contingent of motorcycle riders. More...



 










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