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The Walpolean
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  • Library Trustees Meeting Minutes – 6/11/24
    Present:  Amy Howard (Chair), Kathy Nerrie (Treasurer), Gail LaHaise, Susan Johnson, Bill Ranauro, Sarah Mann, Erin Bowen, Jean Kobeski (Recording Secretary), Jane Malmberg (Library Director) Absent:  Tim Lester Approval of Minutes: Amy moved to accept the May, 2024 minutes as written.  Susan second …
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  • Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 6/11/24
    Roll Call: Present Board Members: Chair Jeff Miller, Vice-Chair Dennis Marcom, Clerk Jason Perron, Jeff Harrington, Joanna Andros, Trevor MacLachlan, Select Board Representative Steve Dalessio and alternates Bill Carmody and Travis Adams. Call to Order: Mr. Miller called the meeting to order at 7 pm …
  • Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 6/6/24
    Selectboard Present: Cheryl Mayberry, Chair, Steven Dalessio and Carolyn Vose Staff Present: Sarah Downing, Manager of Administration, and Sue Bauer, Recording Secretary Guests Present:  Wendy and Will Grossman Call to Order: Ms. Mayberry called the Selectboard meeting to order at 6:30 PM in the Wal …
  • Selectboard Meeting Agenda – 6/13/24


Vermont Journal / Shopper
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  • James V. Mazza, 1932-2024 🇺🇸
    James V. Mazza, 1932-2024 WINDHAM, Vt. – James V. Mazza, 91, a resident of Lower Birch Circle, passed away Saturday, June 8, at his home, surrounded by his family. Jim was born in Waltham, Mass., on July 24, 1932, the son of the late Carmen and Anna (Curley) Mazza, and attended Watertown, Mass., sch …
  • Grace Cottage welcomes new CEO
    New Grace Cottage CEO Olivia Sweetnam. Photo provided TOWNSHEND, Vt. – The Board of Trustees of Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of Olivia Sweetnam to the position of chief executive officer, effective July 1. Sweetnam is replacing Doug DiVello, who annou …
  • Weston Theater Company opens 88th season with “Jersey Boys”
    WESTON, Vt. – Vermont’s oldest professional theatre troupe, the Weston Theater Company, is back for its 88th season, kicking off the summer with the documentary-style jukebox musical production “Jersey Boys,” running from June 12 – July 13. Written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, “Jersey Boys” …
  • Walt Sayre Orchestra at Charlestown Senior Center
    CHARLESTOWN, N.H. – The Walt Sayre Orchestra will be performing a free concert on Friday evening, June 21, from 6:30-8 p.m., at the Charlestown Senior Center, 223 Old Springfield Road in Charlestown. Refreshments will be on sale, including burgers, hot dogs, chips, popcorn, hot or cold beverages, an …
  • Vermont Reads at Springfield Library
    “Last Night at the Telegraph Club” cover. Photo provided SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Springfield Town Library is participating in the Vermont Reads program, sponsored by Vermont Humanities, by hosting several events to encourage reading of the 2023-2024 book “Last Night at the Telegraph Club” by Malinda Lo. …


Valley News
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Brattleboro Reformer
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  • Vermontitude Episode 73: ReSOURCE, a Nonprofit Community Enterprise, with guest Pam Laser
    In this week’s Vermontitude video webcast, host Peter “Fish” Case welcomes guest Pam Laser, weatherization training coordinator at ReSOURCE: A Nonprofit Community Enterprise. They talk about how to make a change and get paid for it while being trained in the trades. Vermontitude is brought to you by …
  • Brattleboro town offices closed on Juneteenth
    BRATTLEBORO — In observance of Juneteenth, all Brattleboro town offices will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, with the exception of emergency services. Parking is free at all metered spaces and in the pay-and-display lots on Wednesday. All other violations will be enforced. Brooks Memorial Library w …
  • Jon Heydenreich | The Mindful Minute: Being Resentful
    We can “do good” with a lot of motivations. The issue to consider is the aftermath. If the mentality afterwards is “now, you owe me,” then the good we did is to incur that debt. Other times – afterwards, we are hurt, then angry, then perhaps resentful – no one acknowledged the good we did. There is …
  • A 'Day of Play' comes to the Winston Prouty Center
    BRATTLEBORO — The Winston Prouty Center will host its Day of Play event from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 22 on its campus – rain or shine. This fun-filled free event is designed for children ages 0-5 and their families. There will be many games and activities, including water play, fairy-house …
  • Hinsdale Historical Society receives grant to preserve 1912 carriage barn
    HINSDALE, N.H. — The NH Preservation Alliance, in partnership with the 1772 Foundation, has awarded a grant to the Hinsdale Historical Society to assist in preserving the 1912 Carriage Barn at the Col. Ebenezer Hinsdale Homestead at 609 Brattleboro Road. The funding will support the replacement of t …


Chester Telegraph
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  • Police arrest five in Springfield drug raid
    © 2024 Telegraph Publishing LLC Evidence recovered from a police investigation and search-warrant execution at 37 Reed St. in Springfield on Tuesday, June 18. Photo provided A multi-agency police raid with a search warrant at 37 Reed St. in Springfield on Tuesday yielded fentanyl, cocaine base, crac …
  • After civil public hearing, Derry board rejects proposed zoning regs, returning them to planners
    By Shawn Cunningham © 2024 Telegraph Publishing LLC Doug Friant, standing, moderated the meeting while Zoning Administrator Will Goodwin fielded most of the questions about the proposed bylaws Photos by Shawn Cunningham With more than 120 people in the Town Hall on Monday night and the memory of the …
  • Andover Select Board agenda for June 24
    The Andover Select Board will hold its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday June 24, 2024 at the Town Office, 953 Weston-Andover Road. Below is the board’s agenda. 1. Call Meeting to Order. 2. Act on Agenda. 3. Act on Minutes of June 10th meeting. 4. Public Comment (Time allowance: Five minutes pe …
  • College News
    Among the 2,226 undergraduate students at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Mass., who earned a spot on the spring 2024 Dean’s List are two from this region. WPI defines the Dean’s List by the amount of work completed at the A level in courses and projects. Those students are: Kimberly C …
  • Rain forecast clears, allowing GMUHS Class of 2024 graduates outdoors
    Hundreds of family and friends of the Class of 2024 gather at Green Mountain Union High to celebrate graduation on Friday night. All photos by Shawn Cunningham. By Shawn Cunningham © 2024 Telegraph Publishing LLC It was raining at 7 a.m. on Friday. That evening’s graduation ceremony was already set …


E-Ticker News of Claremont
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Seven Days
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  • Exploring Summer's Wild Edibles With Newport Forager Serena Morgan
    When the leaves of the wild leek have withered and the fronds of fiddlehead ferns have unfurled, it’s time to turn to the less sexy but equally delicious wild edibles that emerge in early summer. The woods and other green spaces still yield plentiful ingredients to toss into salads and tender shoots …
  • Little Miss Taco’s Farm-to-Fridge Meal-Prep Biz Makes Life Convenient
    Summertime presents a cooking conundrum: At the end of a long, hot day, the last thing I want to do is turn on the oven, but it’s also peak vegetable season. I want the fridge stocked with produce-packed meals, but I don’t really want to make them myself. Enter Little Miss Taco, a meal-prep business …
  • Kismet Mediterranean Grill to Open in Burlington
    Serkan Çetin and his family plan to open Kismet Mediterranean Grill at 180 Battery Street in Burlington in July. Çetin, 27, said his parents, Veli and Naciye Çetin, and his uncle Ali Varlik will work in the kitchen together. The family hails from Istanbul, Turkey, and will offer a menu of Turkish an …
  • Obituary: Amy Beattie, 1962-2024
    Longtime educator and pioneer in online learning left an indelible mark on the people she served Amy Beattie, a dedicated educator and pioneer in online learning, passed away peacefully on June 8, 2024, after a 12-month battle with pancreatic cancer. Her remarkable career spanned four decades, leavi …
  • Obituary: Gregg Blasdel, 1941-2024
    Artist, teacher and culinary wiz lived his art every day Gregg Blasdel of Burlington, Vt., passed away at home surrounded by family on June 6, 2024. An artist, educator, researcher, curator, collector, culinary wiz and avid cyclist, he adored his family, friends and beloved cats. Gregg was born in B …


Concord Monitor
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WCAX
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  • Slate Valley Unified School District approves school budget after 5th vote
    FAIR HAVEN, Vt. (WCAX) – After its fifth budget vote, the Slate Valley Unified School District has passed its budget.The budget passed 930 to 794.The board cut over $312,000 from their over $30 million budget heading into this vote, after their fourth vote failed because community members said the b …
  • Good Citizen Challenge encourages community involvement for kids
    WINOOSKI, Vt. (WCAX) – The Good Citizen Challenge is getting kids involved in civics in their own backyards.Our John McMahon spoke with Seven Days’ Cathy Resmer, one of the organizers of the Good Citizen Challenge, about some of the activities kids can do and who’s eligible to participate.John: “Cat …
  • N.Y. Task Force closes illegal pot shops
    ALBANY, N.Y. (WCAX) – Illicit pot shops are on the chopping block in New York as a state task force makes sure cannabis retailers are in the green legally.In just three weeks, the New York State Cannabis Enforcement Task Force has shut down more than 100 illegal storefronts according to Governor Kat …
  • Fairlee cancels 4th of July parade due to interstate roadwork
    FAIRLEE, Vt. (WCAX) – A 4th of July parade in the Upper Valley could be hitting some bumps in the road – literally.The annual celebration has been happening in Fairlee for decades, but now that roadwork on I-91 has detoured cars onto Route 5, the traffic will be too much for the parade.The small tow …
  • Gov. Hochul announces emergency action ahead of heat wave
    ALBANY, N.Y. (WCAX) – New York officials are taking emergency action due to the oppressively hot weather moving across our region.On Tuesday, Governor Kathy Hochul announced the activation of the state’s emergency operation center.According to Hochul, the statewide hub helps monitor conditions and s …


VPR
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