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BARNARD VT

BARNARD — The Thursday Night Music Series will go on in Barnard this summer, though — like most things during the coronavirus pandemic — it’ll be a...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Scott Hausler got a head start on sending folks to alternative hot-weather water experiences long before the COVID-19...

BARNARD — If anyone in the Upper Valley ever called or thought of Lillian DeGiacomo as a flatlander, the name didn’t stick.Never mind that she came...

In his first term as a Vermont legislator, Randall Szott cast a pivotal vote that will go down in state history. (Or at least in Statehouse annals....

BARNARD — Town Meeting voters approved spending $250,000 — roughly half of a budget surplus that had built up over the last six or so years — to...

QUECHEE — The wedding reception already was running on raucous, as so many do with The Gully Boys setting the rockin’ rhythm.Then singer-guitarist...

Town Meeting advance: Barnard

2/22/20

BARNARD — Voters will be asked to approve a $1.77 million dollar budget that breaks down into $918,720 for highway costs and an $855,702 for the...

I am a high school senior who will be eligible to vote in the upcoming election and I have a tremendous interest in the Supreme Court. I am writing...

NORWICH — Plans to share an energy coordinator between seven Upper Valley towns could be in jeopardy after Norwich officials this week rejected...

BARNARD — Voters in Barnard have approved a plan to consolidate their preK-6 school district into what would be known as the Windsor Central...

BARNARD — Nearly a year after the State Board of Education made the final call on reorganizing and consolidating school districts under Act 46, one...

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