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Windsor — The shelves are packed with computer keyboards. Stacks of Lenovo ThinkPad laptops sit on top of each other like slabs of cobalt black...

Windsor — Vermont’s biggest export, it’s been suggested, are young workers who move to other states after college due to the state’s paucity of...

Windsor — Come for the food, stay for the company.That’s the draw of the free breakfasts hosted Monday through Friday, from 7-10 a.m., by the...

Vermont Shines Again in Shrine Game


 Castleton, Vt. — Not even five turnovers could stall Vermont’s momentum in the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.Fair Haven Union’s Dylan Ellis scored two...

Castleton, Vt. — New Hampshire won the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl by an average score of 34-10 during a 15-year winning streak that began at the turn...

Windsor — At least two local nonprofits gave the Easter bunny a boost this season, providing treats for local nursing home residents and others...

Alice Peck Day 
Memorial Hospital BACON — A daughter, Lillian Mae Bacon, born on Feb. 15, 2016, to Amanda Chase and Zachary Bacon, of Windsor.

What a Hoot


Five-year-old Eli Kraemer, of Hartland, left, and Windsor’s Elkie Hayes, 4, make owl puppets after listening to stories about owls and ice at the...

Margaret Jean Ellis


Windsor, Vt. — Margaret Jean Ellis, 62, a former longtime resident of Windsor passed away Tuesday morning, March 8, 2016, at the Vibra Hospital of...

School Budget Debated, Approved


Brownsville — A divided Town Meeting approved a $3.14 million school budget on a 101-83 vote Tuesday after a nearly one-hour debate. The school...

Loose Ledge on I-91


A rockslide that occurred at about 8 a.m. blocked the southbound travel lane of Interstate 91 at mile marker 55 in Windsor until workers from...

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