Nifty Thrifty recently announced one of its largest distributions ever: $15,000 to the Brandon Free Public Library (BFPL), to support the Library’s planned renovation.
Longevity by itself doesn’t matter if you can’t get things done while in office. And as Leahy serves out the final few months of his senatorial career, he has quite a list of accomplishments to take with him when he retires to his home state.
At a time when public sentiment toward law enforcement can often be described as “complicated,” the day offered Vermont’s law enforcement community an opportunity to openly celebrate its people and to remind itself of its commitment to public service.
The contract is the first multi-year contract ratified by the Board and the Association for many years.
Sunday evening at the historic Brandon Town Hall, Brandon native Caleb Kenna presented a slide show of his extraordinary drone images from around Vermont.
It’s hard to overstate the impact Sen. Patrick Leahy has had on Vermont, and the nation, during his 48-year tenure at the U.S. Senate.
I’ve spent my professional life as a primary care pediatrician, mostly in Vermont. Now I’m retired and the beneficiary of Medicare.
David was an accomplished self-taught cook. He catered and DJ’d for many functions at the Neshobe Sportsman’s Club, private weddings, outdoor parties, Christmas parties, etc.
The Brandon Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of this year’s holiday decorating contest.
The week began for Brandon Police with an early morning domestic assault at a home on Union Street on Dec. 12.