The Otter Valley football team broke open Saturday’s Division III game against Mount Abraham-Vergennes with a three-touchdown second quarter on the way to a big homecoming win.
The Pittsford selectboard met briefly but efficiently on Wednesday, Sept. 21, to discuss the town’s survey regarding potential uses for its American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds, the finalizing a new financial policy, the finer points of its plans to fix the village sidewalks, and to celebrate nearing the end of the West Creek culvert project.
A full slate of business was discussed on Monday night in Brandon, with topics ranging from the hot button to the relatively mundane.
This harvest celebration pays special tribute to the apple via the chance to view an heirloom apple orchard and sample vintage apple varieties.
Vermont author Tanya Sousa’s children’s picture book, Tossing Stars, is Come Alive Outside’s newest Trail Tale.
In his role, Bill will manage the existing portfolio of nearly 400 residential units across Rutland County while developing new projects and improving the existing housing stock.
Following the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918, the world saw social dancing take off as people Charleston-ed, Shimmied, and Fox Trotted their way back into each other’s lives.
Though it was canceled in 2020 due to COVID and featured just two rafts in last year’s edition, there is still a strong contingent that would like to see the race return to its former glory.
Korda was recognized for his commitment and excellence during the annual Vermont Emergency Preparedness Conference on September 20.
It has come as a shock to many of us that their numbers have dwindled so drastically that the Monarch—the State Butterfly of Vermont—has just been listed as an endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.