The town’s animal control officer resigned after residents complained. His parents also stepped down from town posts in protest.
Swanton Village officials ordered the immediate removal of the art boards until new rules for their use are devised, according to the village manager.
After a man covered up a mural of solidarity with white paint, Swanton residents are speaking out about their months-long conflict over racial justice issues.
Gov. Phil Scott surprised many trail supporters earlier this year when he proposed spending $2.8 million in state money to finish it.
A national group is starting recruitment and retention seminars where first responders can exchange ideas on topics like diversity and inclusion, work-life balance and marketing your department.
The owner of Northeast Aggregate was trapped under heavy equipment and died Wednesday.
News Release — Vermont Council on Rural Development October 2, 2018 Contact: Jon Copans Phone: (802) 225-6393 or [email protected] SWANTON ENERGY INITIATIVE TO KICK-OFF ON OCTOBER 10 WITH FORUMS AND A COMMUNITY MEAL – ALL ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE SWANTON – Vermont Council on Rural Development will launch the Climate Economy Model Communities Program in […]
News Release — AARP Aug. 1, 2018 Contact: Dave Reville | AARP Vermont | Associate State Director – Communications Office: 802-951-1303 | Cell: 802-279-6748 BURLINGTON, VT — Today, AARP announced the awardees for its 2018 AARP Community Challenge grant program, including 3 recipients right here in Vermont. A total of $1.3 million will be distributed […]
News Release — Northern Forest Canoe Trail June 1, 2017 Contact: Karrie Thomas [email protected], 802-496-2285 Waitsfield, Vt. – The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) is working with the Village of Swanton, the Missisquoi Valley Union High School Field Study Class, and the Swanton Historical Society to create the Swanton Heritage Trail. This unique trail, accessed […]
Leading headlines this year were the legal battle over the Vermont Gas pipeline and congressional pre-emption of Vermont’s GMO labeling law.
A 14-year-old boy was struck and killed by a car Friday afternoon while riding his bicycle on Route 7 in Highgate, police say. The Vermont State Police reported in a press release that the boy, Christian Regan, of Swanton, was killed when he collided with a car driven by Gage Bouchard, 22, of Highgate. Regan […]
Our property is a good site for wind. Like the cornfields and 20+ businesses around us, the hill behind our home is part of our working landscape.
The revisions concern wording meant to prevent development of a wind farm on a nearby ridge, on property owned by Travis and Ashley Belisle.
Trout Unlimited, the Vermont Natural Resources Council, The Nature Conservancy and Lake Champlain International say the dam will damage fish habitat.