Randolph

Charles E. Chadwick

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Randolph, Vt. — Formerly of New York City, Charles E. Chadwick, 87, passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016, at the Joslyn House in Randolph, where he had made his home since the summer of 2014. He was born Dec. 18, 1928, in Randolph Center, the son of Otis Clifton and Edith (Clifford) Chadwick. He attended eight grades of school in Randolph Center and then onto high school in Randolph. …

Art Notes: Randolph Exhibition Channels Duchamp’s Spirit

Thursday, February 11, 2016

How far-reaching and pervasive is the influence of Marcel Duchamp? Inescapable. Never-ending. “Yuuuge,” to quote two of the current crop of presidential candidates. Look no further than “Salvage,” an exhibition at the Gallery at the Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph that features 76 works by 23 Vermont artists, all of whom …

South Royalton Boys Hoop Still Learning to Win

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Bethel — There are games in which South Royalton High boys basketball coach Pete Howe paces the sideline. Others, he sits on the bench next to his assistant coaches. As Howe puts it, his sideline demeanor is usually dictated by where his team is emotionally on that given night. Monday’s game against Whitcomb, …

Christian T. Scheindel

Friday, October 23, 2015

Randolph Center, Vt. — Christian T. Scheindel, 87, of Randolph Center died Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015, at Gifford Medical Center. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on June 10, 1928, the son of Christian Joseph and Marie (Meinhardt) Scheindel. Chris was well known in the community as the …

Local Roundup: Thetford Pulls Off a Shocker in Williamstown

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Williamstown, Vt. — Cinderella must have been stowed away on the Thetford Academy boys soccer team bus to Williamstown for the opening round of the Vermont Division III playoffs on Tuesday afternoon. The 13th-seeded Panthers beat the fourth-seeded …

Randolph Developer Makes Final Push for I-89 Exit 4 Project Amid Opposition

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Randolph — After five months that included four contentious hearings, three state commissioners will review mountains of testimony from two fiercely opposed groups to answer one big question: Does a proposal from Jesse “Sam” Sammis do enough under state law to protect the prime farmland off Interstate 89’s …

Entertainment Highlights: After a Decade, The Logger Returns to the Chandler Saturday Night

Thursday, October 15, 2015

During his next performance as The Logger on Saturday night at Randolph’s Chandler Music Hall, you can count on Rusty DeWees to offer an observation about Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin’s impending marriage to a woman 28 years Shumlin’s …

Local Roundup: Sharon, Rivendell Girls Play to Draw

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Sharon — It’s hard to imagine Sharon Academy and Rivendell Academy girls soccer being any more evenly matched this season. Each team now has one game left to play before the playoffs begin next week. A 2-2 tie …

Living Not So Large: Randolph Couple Embrace Simple Life in Tiny Home

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Randolph — Donna Stepien and Ignacio Villa’s home has everything a typical house does: a sink, a stove, a bed, a table. Countertops. Cabinets. Stairs. A bookshelf. Paintings on the walls. Photos perched on a windowsill. What makes …

Local Roundup: Hartford Field Hockey Stops Long Bellows Falls Streak

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

White River Junction — With one well-executed goal, one well-planned defensive adjustment and one well-played game, the Hartford High field hockey team handed down-river rival Bellows Falls one very rare defeat on Monday. Morgan Horne converted penalty corner …

Sharon Boys Soccer Sheds Improving South Royalton

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

South Royalton — All the South Royalton boys soccer team needed was a little more time. Five, maybe ten more minutes. It would have bought them another chance or two, at least. Sharon Academy’s Carter Blanchard, the Phoenix’s …

A Swarm Welcome in South Randolph for Vulnerable Bee Colony

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Toby Bashaw, of South Randolph, was selling baked goods made by his wife, Elizabeth Hendrix, at Feast and Field in Barnard last month when he had a chance meeting with East Bethel beekeeper Darrell Smith. Smith knew Bashaw …

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Royalton-Area Schools To Hold Merger Meeting South Royalton — The soon-to-be-formed White River Valley Supervisory Union will hold a public forum this weekend to tackle the biggest question facing educators: How to move forward in a way that best serves the students of the 10 constituent towns? The …