Long simmering questions about the intersection of mental health services, community integration, and public safety have come to a head recently in the town of Brandon in a way that could cause the loss of essential community services, while also threatening personal safety.
This year’s carnival will run Thursday 5-10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 12-10 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 p.m.
Volumes could be filled with the stories written about the little-grocery-store-that-could since its inception one Christmas Eve 83 years ago.
The Pittsford Selectboard convened on Wednesday for its second meeting of July.
The Otter Creek Watershed Insect Control Board met to discuss the next steps regarding the recent five-year renewal of their pesticide general permit and to deal with issues surrounding the attendance of certain members of the board.
The Town of Brandon Selectboard met for a little more than half an hour Monday night, efficiently handling several items, including the appointment of a new health officer and agreeing to write a letter of appreciation to local artist Will Kasso Condry in celebration of his recent Vermont Prize win and two letters on behalf of the Brandon Free Public Library.
Rutland County Sheriff David Fox made an appearance at the Proctor Selectboard Monday night to review his department’s plans for serving the Proctor community for the upcoming year.
It’s been common during the COVID years to see signs at cash registers asking patrons to use exact change if possible.
Saturday night at Devil’s Bowl was warm with folks from CCV (Community College of Vermont) on hand, along with Mohawk Valley Vintage Dirt Modified racers in town.
Look Park in Northampton, Ma, was overflowing with the music of bagpipes and drums on Saturday. Catamount Pipe Band brought a first-place trophy to Vermont from the Glasgow Lands Scottish Festival on July 16th.