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WOODSTOCK VT

WOODSTOCK — Woodstock’s first responders and education leaders this week will unveil plans for multimillion-dollar overhauls of the community’s...

WOODSTOCK — Officials at the Windsor Central Supervisory Union are offering the public building tours of Woodstock Union High School and Middle...

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

Ibex is rising like a phoenix from the ashes.The outdoor apparel company named after the wild goat with the long, curved horns, which began in...

CONCORD — Twenty years after Marguerite Wellborn bequeathed $10 million to support ecology education throughout the Upper Valley, the fund named...

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott this week appointed Mike Smith, a former Douglas administration Cabinet official, to be his new secretary of the...

Kicking it on a different scale

9/11/19

Merrill Doherty found futsal the same way most kids her age in the United States find it: by accident.She had been playing club soccer in Charlotte...

WOODSTOCK — A veteran central-Vermont administrator has succeeded the late Phil Swanson as municipal manager in Woodstock.Frank Heald, who served...

Jim Yeager is shuffling the deck of his life as a working musician, with relief and regret in equal measure.Take the Wednesday-night open mic at...

SOUTH WOODSTOCK — A 32-year-old horseback rider from Massachusetts suffered fatal injuries while competing at the Green Mountain Horse Association...

Woodstock net-metering deal underway

7/30/19

WOODSTOCK — The meter is running, at last, on Woodstock’s latest effort to reduce its carbon footprint and lower its electric bills in the bargain...

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