Windsor

Windsor Budgets Pass Handily, Prebish Elected to Selectboard

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Windsor — Voters elected Heather Prebish to a three-year term on the Selectboard and passed all town and school articles, including the budgets, by comfortable margins during all-day balloting on Tuesday. Prebish, who served on the budget advisory committee this year, received 334 votes, compared with 159 for Thomas Dunn. She replaces Windsor Selectman Bill Hochstin, who did not seek re-election. It was the only contested race on the ballot. …

Neighbors of Windsor Prison See Pros and Cons to Possible Closing

Monday, March 2, 2015

Windsor — With a state budget deficit threatening the closure of the Southeast State Correctional Facility, residents and town leaders on Sunday offered their views on the prison’s place in Windsor. “There has been a prison in Windsor almost as long as there has been a Windsor,” the town manager, Tom Marsh, said in an interview Sunday. What that means to the people …

Local Roundup: Raiders Roll Into Playoffs on 8-0-1 Run

Monday, March 2, 2015

West Lebanon — Take your pick of which is the most impressive: ∎ Going unbeaten in the last nine games of the season? ∎ Having to play five games in eight days — and winning all of them? ∎ Not losing a single contest away from home all winter? ∎ Having all six …

Local Roundup: Windsor Boys Basketball Continues March Toward Top Seed

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Windsor — The Windsor High boys basketball team is close to locking down the top seed in the Vermont Division III state tournament — and still a long way from it as well. The Jacks continued their march …

A Life: Nancy Hoggson, 1941-2015; ‘She Appreciated the Freedom of Having a Say’

Monday, February 16, 2015

Norwich — After being diagnosed with advanced cancer in 2013, Nancy Hoggson talked with her two adult children about where she might best spend her remaining time. Returning to her hometown of Toronto, where she still had family …

Saint-Gaudens Site Stands Ready for New Lincoln

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Cornish — Augustus Saint-Gaudens first came north to New Hampshire from New York City in the summer of 1885, shortly after winning a commission for a monument honoring Abraham Lincoln. As an incentive to encourage the Irish-born sculptor …

Jacks Pull Away From Hurricanes

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Windsor — Hartford High kept it close for a while, but couldn’t keep up as Windsor celebrated senior day with a 62-46 boys basketball win Saturday. Having trailed by slim margins early, the visiting Hurricanes built a 28-25 …

Clubbing It: Unofficial or Not, Thetford Celebrates a Title

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Northfield, Vt. — The Thetford Academy boys indoor track and field team may not have officially won Saturday’s VPA Division II state championship meet, but the Panthers had little trouble celebrating their “mythical” title. Though ineligible for a …

Windsor Tax Rate May See Decrease

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Windsor’s Town and School Meeting will be Monday, March 2, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Lois White Auditorium of the high school to vote on changing the town’s tax payment from quarterly to semi-annually. Voting by Australian …

Senior’s Quadruple-Double Sends Springfield Past Windsor

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Springfield, Vt. — The Springfield and Windsor girls basketball teams entered Wednesday night’s game with an eye on the standings as the end of the regular season approaches, but that was overshadowed by a record-breaking performance by Springfield’s Chelsea McAllister. The senior sharpshooter posted a quadruple-double in Springfield’s …

FEMA Funding Falls Short in Windsor

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Windsor — It appears certain that several hundred feet of Brook Road between Route 44 and Estey Lane that washed out during Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011 won’t be rebuilt because the Federal Emergency Management Agency is …

Local Roundup: Threesome Stomps Standards at Vermont Track Qualifier

Monday, February 9, 2015

Northfield, Vt. — It’s a fairly straightforward thing, qualifying for the New England Indoor Track and Field Championships. At least in Vermont, all it required was a top-six finish, regardless of division, in any of the events staged …

Cyrus Rittenhouse Brush

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Titusville, Fla. — Cyrus Rittenhouse Brush died unexpectedly Sunday, Jan. 22, 2015, at his residence in Titusville. He was 61 years old. Cy was born March 20, 1953, in Norwalk, Conn. and spent his early years in Redding, Conn. When the Brush family moved to West Windsor, Vt. …