This week’s Young Writers Project entry is ‘I Write Everything’ by Charlotte Dodds, 17, of Burlington. ‘Boots’ artwork by Lauren McCabe, 16, of South Burlington.
More than 4,800 people came to Vermont between 2020 and 2021 — reversing years of population loss from people moving out of the state.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Carefree Drops” by Maelyn Slavik, 12, of Burlington. Art by Innis Sullivan from the Young Writers Project media library.
William Clarence Matthews integrated a local professional baseball league and may have been close to signing with a Major League team, too.
Comprising 11- and 12-year-olds from Sharon, Thetford, Tunbridge and Randolph, among other nearby towns, Central Vermont has not lost a game in winning the Vermont state tournament, the Corcoran Tournament and the New England championships.
“I’m going to be here probably the rest of my life because we own it and a private guy can’t come in and boot us,” said Skip Horner, the secretary of a new cooperative community in Colchester.
The meeting accompanying the 5-2 decision was mellow compared with previous public hearings held over the past few months as Twin Pines sought approval to build the three-story building on land purchased from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
Emi Nietfeld was like many high school seniors, dutifully filling out college applications. But unlike most other applicants, she was trying to get into an Ivy League school while writing college essays in the front seat of her Toyota Corolla, where she was living.
Vermont Green Football Club finished its inaugural season on July 24, losing 2-1 to the Long Island Rough Riders in the league semifinals. The Green finished with a 12-5-1 record and a third-place finish in the Northeast Division.
If genuine, the 1564 on the note would suggest that Johne Graye was the first European, by 45 years, to see Lake Champlain and Vermont, not French explorer Samuel de Champlain.