February 16, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Obituaries

Ruth K. Chevalier, 90, Red Mitten Secretary

Ruth K. Chevalier, age 90, died Friday, February 10, 2017 at Mayo Healthcare in Northfield after a 10 year struggle with Altheizmer’s Disease.   More...

Robin L. Dukette, 57, Loved Automobiles & Friends

Father, grandfather, brother and friend, Robin Dukette, 57, passed away at his home in Northfield, VT.   More...

Calendar

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

ART EXHIBITS AROUND THE AREA Northfield Extended - World War: America and the Creation of a Superpower, aligned with 100th anniversary of the U.S. More...

Features

Silly Social Scenes

”Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under.”    More...

Brown Public Library this Week

MAKE BEAUTIFUL SNOWFLAKES! Join us for a fun, relaxing morning. More...

Hello From Hollywood

Brtish Academy Winners Get Royal Treatment at 2017 Ceremony

Last weekend, BAFTA, the British version of the Academy Awards, announced its selections for cinema’s best, further cementing frontrunner status in many categories at the upcoming More...

Letters

Backing Jim Baraw

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

Sports

Devil Boys Add Two More to Win Column

The Blue Devils added two more to the win column following last week’s games, extending their record entering this week to 17-0. The week kicked off with a trip to Chelsea. More...

Lady Devils Take Cabot, Defeat Craftsbury & Knock Off Rivendell

The Lady Devils moved to 11-4 with three impressive wins last week. Williamstown coach Sid Sweet shared his take on the three games with The Northfield News:“What a week! More...

Norwich Women Smash So. Maine 5-0

Junior Sarah Schwenzfeier (Hingham, Mass.) netted her second career hat trick to lead theNorwich University women's ice hockey team to a 5-0 victory over Southern Maine on Saturday afternoon. More...

Scott Wants Law to Block State from Helping to Enforce U.S. Immigration Law

Governor Phil Scott, a Republican, in collaboration with Attorney General TJ Donovan, a Democrat, introduced legislation last week that the Governor claims will help Vermont “safeguard the Constitutional rights of V More...

Front Page Editorial

Why a Third Recount in Orange County 1?

Keeping the Vote Sacred  More...

News

Green Up Vermont Poster Winner Announced

Montpelier:  G More...

Getting Ready for “The Little Mermaid”

By Ruth Milne More...

Committee chair exposes cracks in Vermont pre-K equity

During a meeting of the House Education Committee last week, chair Rep. David Sharpe, D-Bristol, noted that the increase of disruptive students in the classroom is a growing area of concern in Vermont’s pre-kindergarten milieu. More...

Entertainment

Shane Will be Screened at Chandler

The Chandler Film Society will present George Stevens’ classic 1952 western “Shane” on  More...

Lunch & Learn on the First Amendment

Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center will host a lunch and learn program on the First Amendment in conjunction with a national, pop-up exhibit commemorating the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights.  More...

Paul Topalian to Give Address at Kreitzberg

Norwich University’s Peace and War Center in conjunction with the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies presents Paul Topalian, author of “Tradecraft Primer: A Framework for Aspiring Interrogators,” for a talk on ethical interrogation methods to More...

House & Home

The Gardening Guy

Four Great Plants to Brighten up the House

Winter is tough on many gardeners, myself included. We need flowers blooming and plants to tend. But many of us are not enthralled with standard houseplants because they are often fussy and, if over-watered, too easy to kill. More...




 
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