Among many things, Kelly enjoyed going to Silver Towers Camp in Ripton, listening to music, especially The Beatles, and giving whomever she could a joke or a laugh in her own special way.
There is a new Selectboard in Goshen! Since Town Meeting in 2022, the entire board has changed.
The newly active Goshen Historical Society is extremely proud of the town’s past and will remember the experiences of the town’s inhabitants during WWII at an event next Sunday at the Brandon American Legion.
Ron had a great (mischievous) sense of humor, quick wit, and could recall stories long forgotten
There was a large turnout, and citizens came prepared to air their concerns.
It’s time for Town Meeting! We are the lucky heirs of a great New England tradition of community debate. Be sure to read up on what’s up for a vote this year in your town.
Those picturesque Vermont winter mornings, when a fresh blanket of snow lays over the undisturbed ground and the green mountains are cloaked in a white canopy, seem fewer by the year.
In Goshen, the Ruth Stone House received an $18,538 grant to support the installation of a new heating system at the late poet’s home.
Thorpe’s new Executive Director, Alicia “Allie” Jennings, beams with pride as she shows off the bucolic campus in the Green Mountains, not because the facilities are unusual for a summer camp—swimming pool, dining hall, ping pong—but rather because they’re exactly what you’d expect.
Located 20 minutes south of the well-kept literary ballyhoo of Breadloaf, beyond the specter of Robert Frost, is the former home of a lesser-known but no less astonishing poet.