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TUNBRIDGE VT

School budget fails for second time

6/22/20

CHELSEA — Voters in Chelsea and Tunbridge again rejected their shared school district’s proposed budget, leaving some officials to consider further...

TUNBRIDGE — For the first time since World War II, the annual World’s Fair has been canceled.The board of the Union Agricultural Society, the...

Chopped

3/29/20

TUNBRIDGE — Town Meeting started with a changing of the guard as longtime Town Moderator Euclid Farnham retired after serving in the post for 37...

CHELSEA — Tunbridge and Chelsea voters on Monday night rejected the First Branch Unified School District’s $7 million school budget proposal for...

CHELSEA — Chelsea and Tunbridge voters will be asked to approve spending $7 million to support the First Branch Unified District next year.That...

Town Meeting advance: Tunbridge

2/21/20

TUNBRIDGE — The proposed general fund budget of $623,653 marks a 7% increase and the proposed highway budget of $984,495 marks a 10% increase...

Which trees are tops in Tunbridge?

2/15/20

Tunbridge has embarked on a mission to find the biggest trees in town.The Tunbridge Conservation Commission and Town Forest Committee have...

TUNBRIDGE — In the weeks leading up to the annual Tunbridge World’s Fair, Kevin Barnaby, who’d worked for 11 years as part of the maintenance crew,...

ROYALTON — White River Valley Supervisory Union Superintendent Bruce Labs plans to step down at the end of the school year.The veteran Upper Valley...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A former Tunbridge official and current Williamstown, Vt., town manager who was arrested for driving with a blood alcohol...

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