At the request of NH Fish and Game, the New Hampshire State Police on Wednesday morning authorized an activation of the Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert System. Law Enforcement is asking the public’s assistance in locating a missing Pike, N.H., woman.
BRIGHTON — An early morning fire that destroyed two vacant homes and one storage building in Island Pond is likely suspicious and is under investigation.
LITTLETON — Two years after forming, North Country Pride, a grassroots group of local residents celebrating diversity, equality and the region’s LGBTQ+ residents, and ensuring that the North Country is welcoming to all, is putting itself on the map.
A Woodsville woman is charged with attempting to destroy drug evidence and two Northeast Kingdom men with being felons in possession of guns in the June round of felony indictments handed up by a grand jury at Grafton Superior Court in North Haverhill.
Danville officials and residents received a bit of good news in recent days as two town projects were awarded grants.
The goal is to divert juveniles from the court system and reduce the likelihood of them becoming repeat offenders as youth or adults.
The victim in an alleged gang shooting in Newport last year was arrested by Vermont State Police on Tuesday for allegedly assaulting, threatening and demanding money from a Brownington woman in her home.
LITTLETON — A Newport, Vt., man faces up to 15 years in prison after police said he drove a car that was stolen in Stowe to Littleton, where he claimed to be working for the U.S. Marshals Service in an attempt to gas up without paying.
The line of storms that swept through the state left a swath of downed trees and power outages around the region and rattled a family in East St. Johnsbury when a large tree fell on their home Monday evening.
Lyndonville Police are investigating a report that 2 femail juveniles had a handgun pointed at them while walking on Depot Street the afternoon of June 16.
BETHLEHEM — Although town boards are resuming in-person meetings as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, it won’t be entirely business as usual for one community.
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ST. JOHNSBURY — Goodbye, grass. Hello, artificial turf.
COLUMBIA, NH — At approximately 1:20 p.m. on June 19, Kelliann Trombley, 52, of Bridgewater, Mass. was operating an ATV on Kelsey Notch Trail in Columbia during heavy rainfall. While navigating a downhill, bumpy section of trail, Trombley lost control of her machine and veered into a ditch. …
The Cobleigh Public Library will host the program “Pet Portraits” on Thursday, June 24th at 2:00 p.m. in Bandstand Park. Participants will be guided through drawing and writing activities to create paintings and short stories featuring their favorite furry, feathered, or scaly friend. Bring …
MONTPELIER — Trustees of the Vermont State Colleges System (VSCS) met June 16, acting on two motions related to the looming consolidation of three institutions operated by the state colleges: Northern Vermont University (NVU), Vermont Technical College (VTC), and Castleton University.
When valued office manager Renee Parker, of StoneCrest Properties, lost her beloved son Carter last year, her colleagues knew they would like to find a way to honor his memory. After seeing the poor condition of the seating at Lyndon’s Shonyo Park field, they decided to donate two new bleach…
LITTLETON — After many years of town meeting voters electing the person who will serve on the three-member Littleton Parks and Recreation Commission, town officials are looking into the legality of the elections.
Long-time Walden School Principal Liz Benoit is stepping down from her post.
What started as a concern with access to Kingdom East School District’s new summer program turned to praise at the district’s recent meeting.
After some uncertainty a few years ago about it remaining in Lisbon, DCI Furniture, one of the area’s larger employers, has been awarded three grants for a renewable energy steam boiler system.
Catamount Arts has released the long-awaited line-up for the 2021 Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series. For three years in a row, St. Johnsbury was one of 15 small- to mid-sized towns and cities to win a $25,000 matching grant from the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation to present free w…
LYNDONVILLE — A report from the US Army Corps of Engineers which outlined major buyout and flood-proofing suggestions for dozens of homes and business properties in the flood-proof areas of the village led to town officials doing some digging and finding out more about the report and its imp…
After being canceled last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Franconia’s signature summer event — Old Home Day — is back on for 2021, and its organizers are seeking more participants for the parade down Main Street.
BROWNINGTON — A Juneteenth celebration was planned at the Old Stone House Museum long before President Joe Biden last week officially proclaimed the day as the newest federal holiday.
LANCASTER, NH — An introduction to safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment is being offered to youth age 8-18, at a free workshop by the Coös County 4-H Sharpshooters on Saturday, July 10.
COLCHESTER — The winners of the 2021 Vermont Writers’ Prize are Lindsay Knowlton, of Glover, for poetry and Douglas Robert Boardman Jr., of Johnson, for prose. Each winner receives $1,500 and their works appear in the summer issue of VERMONT Magazine.
A couple delivered an orphaned fawn to the Littleton Fire Department on Thursday, June 18, 2021. Rebecca Metcalf and Bruce Grover found the fawn wandering along Interstate 93, where its mother was believed killed in an accident earlier in the week. They delivered it to LFD where it was kept …
It looks like The St. Johnsbury Community Justice Center may be getting into the sex offender housing business thanks to a $180,000 grant from the Vermont Department of Corrections (DOC).
LYNDONVILLE — Town officials were recently caught by surprise by a US Army Corps of Engineers report, calling for buyouts of dozens of Lyndonville homes and flood-proofing steps for dozens of commercial properties.