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WOODSTOCK VT

WOODSTOCK — Beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday., there will be a free, timed 5K run/walk held weekly at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical...

Woodstock schools outdated

5/24/19

WOODSTOCK — School officials say Woodstock Union High School and Middle School, built during Dwight Eisenhower’s second term as president, needs an...

WEST WOODSTOCK — Officials have closed a covered bridge in West Woodstock after a truck pulling a trailer with equipment that exceeded height...

WOODSTOCK — If time ever permits Richard Blanco to craft a motto for his burgeoning career as a civic poet, he might choose something along the...

WOODSTOCK — A 25-year-old Hartland woman is suing Billings Farm & Museum and the foundation that owns and operates it, alleging the nonprofit...

WOODSTOCK — Patricia Campbell heard a thump outside her home on Hathorn’s Hill around 6:15 Wednesday evening and looked out her dining room window....

WOODSTOCK — Woodstock police are investigating after finding a car that had crashed through the railing along River Street on Thursday morning...

WINDSOR — Woodstock entrepreneur David Muller has pulled his plans to use the former prison site in Windsor as a cannabis farm and laboratory...

POMFRET — For each three-foot slab of dry hardwood that Ralph Luce slung into the firebox on Sunday morning, his son Jake was pulling out and...

WOODSTOCK — The music and dancing — and food — is going to stop at Bentleys.The long-time village restaurant, bar and nighttime entertainment spot...

WOODSTOCK — There were plenty of comments and questions on the proposed $6 million municipal budget at Saturday’s Town Meeting, but no one spoke...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A 51-year-old Hartland man has pleaded no contest to stalking two young teenage girls in Woodstock last summer in his...

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