John R. Potter will succeed Octavian “Yoshi” Manale, who resigned in May after only five months on the job.
A Who’s Who of local announcers are joining forces to raise money for the 50th annual WSYB Christmas Fund, which has reaped $2 million for families in need since its start in 1972.
The ski-racing circuit’s lone U.S. stop for women, battling a weekend of wild weather, drew its biggest-ever crowd — even if Vermont-schooled Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin wasn’t as victorious.
A Vermont family is grateful a Brattleboro letter carrier figured out how to deliver a 1921 postcard with a mysterious cross-country history.
Sit-down meals open to all are giving way to limited takeout service for people most in need in such Vermont communities as Burlington, Montpelier and Brattleboro.
Sale of a potential 20-year bond would finance a new skating rink roof and refrigeration system, field lighting and a maintenance building at the municipally owned Living Memorial Park.
A $25,000 downtown mural collaboration between local designers and newly resettled Afghan artists is set for public dedication this week.
Windham Southeast School District leaders dismissed Steve Perrin seven months after placing him on paid leave from his $120,000-a-year position.
“We’re dealing with a 19th- or 20th-century issue — one country invading another,” said Galbraith, a former U.S. ambassador and United Nations envoy from Windham County. “As a result, we’re not addressing many of the other challenges we face on the planet.”
“We can attest to ongoing public alcohol and drug use and sales, intoxication, littering and loitering,” Boys & Girls Club officials have said about the municipal facility, where vandals left the organization’s van undrivable this month while it was parked in a $1,000-a-year space.