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Some of Rich Aherns’ earliest memories are of watching his maternal grandfather in his wood shop....
This story has been updated and expanded since it was originally released online. On Monday, Fluffy had a dress rehearsal. And Fluffy is just a newborn. Or more accurately, a...
A barrage of garage “yes” votes in Tuesday’s election means the town will be building a garage to house snow plows and road equipment, and that road commissioner Junior Lewis...
Despite backlash about his vote against an amendment to the state constitution ensuring abortion rights, incumbent Mike Yantachka thought he would win another term as Chittenden-5 state representative, but he...
Ken French has come a long way from his early days doing corporate work in Boston as a recording and sound engineer....
Doggone! I just got another email from Norton Utilities informing me that my contract had been renewed for another year of service, guarding my computer from invasive viruses, and that...
This will be the fifteenth year Woody Keppel has been the artistic director for Burlington’s Festival of Fools, continuing a lifetime in entertainment including performances as Woodhead, his alter ego....
Meet the candidates running for Chittenden Southeast District Senate District and Chittenden-5 Representative....
With the existential impacts of human-caused climate change becoming ever more obvious, it’s also more obvious that we need to do everything possible to reduce the volume of fossil fuel...
Most people run away from disasters, but Dr. Barry Finette runs toward them....
Wolfger Schneider (left) and Kitt Urdang mix up concrete to anchor bike racks...
A dozen years ago, Elisabeth “Liz” Robert, a rising star in Vermont’s business firmament, gave a speech to the Vermont Women’s Fund in which she praised the strong, accomplished women...
The name doesn’t say it all. But it says a lot about the new chief of the Charlotte Fire and Rescue Department — Justin Bliss....
Mike Dunbar has entered into a lease arrangement that has revealed the warm and fuzzy side of Robert Mack, Charlotte farmer and former selectboard member....
After more than two centuries the weathered white building at the corner of Spear Street and Hinesburg Road in East Charlotte will finally become a tavern. ...
Gay Regan was 13 when she first visited Thompson’s Point in 1955, and she never outgrew her summer home....
Dr. Mark Levine of Shelburne was acknowledged for his work...
Ethan Tapper and Andrew Lounsbury were each recognized and awarded recently....
Courtney Krahn has been appointed as the Charlotte Central School assistant principal....