Barry Whitney, Jr. was first to speak in the public-comment portion of the meeting. He was upset that a biological male was in the locker room with his 14-year-old daughter.
The ladies who make up the Friends of the Brandon Library are indeed all friends, not just of the library but of one another.
Few local businesses have generated the devout loyalty that Wood’s Market has enjoyed over the 100+ years of its various incarnations.
Backed by the Idol Band—Ross Edmunds, Bryon Billado and Kenny Cifone—the singers brought to the stage heartbreak songs, revenge songs, and the always popular love songs!
Transgender youth are struggling and at great peril to themselves.
He enjoyed all outdoor activities including hunting and fishing; music and dancing; and scavenging a good dump site. He loved to pitch horseshoes.
This past Wednesday was Creative Economy Day, where I was pleased to sponsor a resolution to honor Vermont’s Creative Sector.
The Townline Grill food truck, owned and operated by Tracy Rose, a Brandon local, will serve delicious and innovative takes on classic American comfort food.
On Wednesday the 15th, the company’s artistic director and renowned tenor, Josh Collier, performed the devotional at the Statehouse in Montpelier to open the day’s House session, at the invitation of Brandon’s State Representative, Stephanie Jerome.
This charming landscape was painted by Brandon resident Zaidyn McGraw, a second-grader at the Sheldon Academy in Rutland.