WINDSOR, Vt. — The town of Windsor is making great strides in health and wellness with the Windsor Walks walking loop system. The project encourages community members and Windsor-based employees to walk more, provide opportunities to learn more about the town we live and work in, and aims to…
The Cardinals Emily Herbert lets one fly in the early going of Wednesdays match against Lebanon. The Raiders Claire Thibidou and Clara Symerski defend as Bri Frisbee and Abbie Thurber join in the attack for Stevens. The Cardinals had a few chances to put points on the scoreboard early but co…
Newport’s David Hutchinson gathers in the shot off the foot of Mascoma’s Ben Seller while Tigers defender Anson Ritondo moves in to protect his keeper. Mascoma had too much firepower for the young Tigers and left the Sunshine town with a big win on Wednesday as seniors Matt Gallagher and Hut…
SPRINGFIELD, Vt. (AP) — Springfield Hospital and its associated Springfield Medical Care Systems submitted a plan for a bankruptcy bailout funded by the state of Vermont that would have them move forward as separate organizations.
In what surely will be remembered as the strangest, craziest season on record for all sports, the Cougars took the field after nearly three weeks of hard word and dedi… Read more
Springfield's Tim Amsden, right, works his way by Brattleboro's Trinley Warren during the match up between the Cosmos and Colonels Saturday afternoon on Brown Field. A… Read more
Jack Hurley, of Claremont, gives a thumbs up to a honking passerby as he holds up a sign that reads “Racism is not patriotic” at a social justice rally in Broad Street Park on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. In talking with other participants, Hurley emphasized the importance of remaining steadfast … Read more
WINDSOR, Vt. — The town of Windsor is making great strides in health and wellness with the Windsor Walks walking loop system. The project encourages community members and Windsor-based employees to walk more, provide opportunities to learn more about the town we live and work in, and aims to… Read more
We are open! Masks are mandatory and social distancing observed. Our times of operation are Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. for game night, Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Everyone must sign in for CDC tracking, answer virus-related que… Read more
CLAREMONT — Amid a statewide drought, Claremont’s public water supply remains in relatively good standing, though city officials want residents to remain conscientious of their water usage. Read more
T.J. Donovan said he wants another two-year term as the state’s attorney general because he wants to continue the work he’s done during the past four years and to help the state navigate its way out of the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s not often that the state’s highest court lectures the Legislature on its responsibilities. But last week it did in a case involving racial profiling — also known as driving while Black. Read more
Back in 1609, William Shakespeare wrote in the play “Hamlet” the famous phrase: “To be, or not to be, that is the question.” This year, up and down the Connecticut River Valley, in the midst of a pandemic, a couple similar clever phrases have surfaced. The words certainly are not of Shakespe… Read more
It’s been 75 years since Allied troops liberated the Nazi concentration camps of Europe, and the world faced the crimes against humanity that have come to be known as the Holocaust. Read more
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