May 26, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Elementary School First Ever Spelling Bee Team Rewarded

The members of Northfield Elementary School’s first ever Spelling Bee Team were rewarded for their achievement, commitment, and success in their year long efforts last Friday during a school wi More...

Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

DURING MAY AROUND THE AREA   Northfield Through May 31 - Robin  LaHue, Northfield Falls artist exhibits her paintings in water based on oils at O’Maddi’s Cafe on the Common in the  Mayo Block. Through August 30 -  More...

Entertainment

PBS This Week

VERMONT PUBLIC TELEVISION PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS FOR MAY 29 TO JUNE 4   More...

Hello From Hollywood!

The Tree of Life and Films of Terrence Malick

THE PAST two weeks have been quite busy for filmmaker Terrence Malick leading up to the US release this week of The Tree of Life, the Oscar-nominated writer-director’s 5th film in his forty-year career.  More...

VSO Fiddlesticks To Appear At Northfield & Williamstown Elementary Schools on June 1

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s “Fiddlesticks!” String Trio will present three performances in two area schools on June 1.  They will appear twice in the morning at the Northfield Elementary School, at 9:30 a.m. More...

Letters

Getting Things Done

TO THE EDITOR: THE NORTHFIELD NEWS:  D   More...

The Legislative Session

TO THE EDITOR: THE NORTHFIELD NEWS  O   More...

Governor’s Housing the Homeless Summit Open to Public

TO THE EDITOR: THE NORTHFIELD NEWS  A   RE YOU CONCERNED about families or individuals who are living homeless or at risk of becoming homeless within Vermont? More...

House & Home

The Gardening Guy

Hardening Off Plants and Planting the Vegetable Garden

EACH GARDENER knows best when to plant the vegetable garden. For many, it’s Memorial Day weekend, though I tend to plant some things later, others much earlier. But long before I plant seedlings, I get them ready for planting. More...

What’s Cooking

Why Not Make Wine?

This is a history conversation of a more gentle time, when kids didn’t need a driver to get to an organized game. It’s about a nature treasure hunt.  More...

REFRESH YOUR WOOD DECK FOR SUMMER ENTERTAINING

With summer fast approaching, your wooden deck will soon be the focal point of your socializing. Is your deck companyready? If not, this is the time to do something about it.  More...

History

NORTHFIELD NEWS IN HISTORY

125 Years Ago The Northfield News  May 26, 1886  3 cents a copy/ $1.50 a year  George H. Richmond, Editor   More...

Revitalization of the Common begins, South phase to be done this year

The two-year, near $1,000,000, Common project got underway last week with the closing of the parking area on the south side of the common to allow reconstruction of the sidewalk on that side. More...

Northfield Attempts To Toughen Zoning Regulations - Public Hearing On May 31

The two-year, near $1,000,000, Common project got underway last week with the closing of the parking area on the south side of the common to allow reconstruction of the sidewalk on that side. More...

News

High School Marauder of the Week

Junior Keri Giguere is this week’s High School Marauder of the Week. Keri is a bright light in the Northfield school community. More...

Middle School Marauder of the Week

Noah Prior, a 6th grader, is a very kind young man with many friends. He is determined to improve himself and it shows. He works hard to maintain good grades. More...

Norwich Commissions 104 Officers,Graduates Over 400

Rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the graduates and their families and friends on Sunday morning in the Shapiro Field House. President Richard Schneider welcomed the guests to the graduation exercises. More...

Police Report

Police Report

May 11  11:22 a.m. - Found Property - A set of keys were given to the police officer that had been left at a store. A call to the local dealership confirmed that they were keys to a vehicle that had been purchased in the area. More...

Features

Representative View

THE FOLLOWING is the second summary in a series of legislative updates I will be providing. Thank you again for giving me the opportunity to serve you.   The Capital Bill  More...

Silly Social Scenes

“The first Rule of Satire: Spare not your employer.” Rada Clench-Drivel, Satirist-in-Ordinary to Vlad the Impaler from June 1-2, 1472

NOTE: QUASH (Quidnuncs United Against Satirical Heresies) has examined this appalling piece of claptrap under its heresy-detecting neutronpowered magnifying glass and has determined that it is likely to cause colic in unwary persons under the age of More...

Wombania

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Sports

Ty Ducharme Slides Into The Hot Corner

Williamstown third baseman Ty Ducharme (Center) has the ball waiting for South Royalton’s James Doyle-Bragosin as he slides into the ‘Hot-Corner’ in Monday’s game at Hayden Fi More...

Renee Swipes A Sack

The Lady Devil’s Renee Guy steals second as she slides in under the tag of South Royalton shortstop Courtney Clark in the third inning of this Monday’s game in Williamstown. More...

Middle School Track Team Competes in Two Meets

Northfield’s Sienna Wuorinen shown leading the pack in the 1,500 meter run at the U-32 High School track meet last week won the event. More...




 
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