A federally funded program that distributed food to thousands of people at state airports across Vermont over the past two months will be entering a new phase.
MONTPELIER — Hours after his ceremonial swearing in, Police Chief Brian Peete was out of uniform, but still on duty Wednesday night, attempting to quell some residents’ concerns about a school-based police officer, and pleading with the School Board to resist their calls to eliminate that position.
LEMPSTER — Residents are voicing their objections after recent notices sent to post office box customers declared that the Lempster U.S. Post Office will be temporarily moving its operations to the Marlow Post Office located at 842 Route 10.
CLAREMONT (AP) — A second person has been charged in connection with the drug overdose death of a woman who was pregnant with twins, police in New Hampshire said.
STORRS, Conn. — UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma has asked for federal help in getting his team back to campus this summer. Read more
NEW YORK — Renee Montgomery and Tiffany Hayes appreciated what former UConn teammate Maya Moore was doing when the All-Star forward stepped away from basketball two ye… Read more
PERGAMINO, Argentina — Soccer-starved Argentines have found a way to play their beloved sport while social distancing, though the rules have been altered and the dazzl… Read more
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Workers wearing black masks and white gloves move through the corridors of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, pushing a cart loaded wi… Read more
The 2020 NBA champion, if one is crowned, will have emerged as the ultimate winner from a season that lasted more than a full year from start to finish. A season that … Read more
SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — On Thursday, June 25, the 2020 graduating class of Leadership Southeast Vermont (LSEVT) attended their virtual commencement ceremony. Twelve participants received completion certificates, the culmination of 10 months of education, collaboration and community impact work. M… Read more
CLAREMONT — World War II veteran Louis Hipwell said he essentially chose to join the U.S. Marine Corps at first sight. Read more
It is with regret that the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, Inc. Board of Governors announces the cancellation of the 67th All-Star classic football game scheduled for Aug. 1 of this year. The novel coronavirus and resulting pandemic has led to the cancellation of high school classes, spring sports,… Read more
CLAREMONT — Fireworks and stock car racing, what a perfect pairing to get everyone out in the open air and celebrating Independence Day Weekend! And it is all happening this Friday, July 3, at Claremont Motorsports Park. Read more
BRADFORD — British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested Thursday on charges she helped lure at least three girls — one as young as 14 — to be sexually abused by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was accused of victimizing dozens of girls and women over many years.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Workers wearing black masks and white gloves move through the corridors of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, pushing a cart loaded with high-top sneakers from some of the sport’s biggest stars.
In July 1864, Confederate forces led by General Jubal Early attacked Fort Stevens and Fort DeRussy on the outskirts of Washington, DC. Union forces drove them away after two days of skirmishes, but the battle threw a scare into the capital city and constituted a high point in the Confederacy… Read more
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Doctors and nurses aren’t the only medical heroes during this viral pandemic. I am proud of my niece, who works at the admissions desk of a large hospital. Also, don’t forget each hospital’s cafeteria workers. And their custodians. Think of the valuable work custodians do to maintain a hospi…
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Next week, the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester reopens, COVID-19 safety protocols in place. Along with artist member solo exhibitions, early July launches the “Women Take Wilson” series. Read more
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra named its new executive director today. Elise Brunelle will come directly to Vermont from her position as managing director of the Cape Town Opera in South Africa. Read more