St. Johnsbury Academy reported new COVID cases on Friday, and Lyndon Institute’s outbreak continues with four new confirmed cases, bringing the school’s total to 14.
The Lyndonville apartment where a young child was bitten by a dog and severely injured last month is being described by health and safety inspectors as a “severe hazard” with multiple fire and rental code violations, no hot water, exposed electrical wiring, several wild animals and a “heavy …
Vermont officials announced that North County Supervisory Union was picked as one of the first school districts across the state to host a vaccination clinic for school staff next week.
Accused Northeast Kingdom kidnapper Everett A. Simpson recently tried to get released from federal detention.
ST. JOHNSBURY — The Community Restorative Justice Center erected a yurt in the backyard, seeking to restore in-person gatherings.
Trustees of the Vermont State Colleges System (VSCS) Board of Trustees Executive Committee met virtually on Thursday, taking up a proposal to temporarily suspend the Long Range Planning Committee.
Vermont State Police say a man at the Valley Vista substance use treatment center in Bradford injured someone and damaged a camera in the police cruiser on Thursday.
It’s time for the mascot/nickname to change.
A Colebrook mother and father have pleaded guilty to lesser charges of endangering their infant daughter in exchange for a plea deal that lets them avoid prison on much stiffer felony charges for assault by strangulation that were dropped by prosecutors.
The massive, fast-spreading COVID-19 outbreak at Northern State Correctional Facility in Newport will not result in the re-opening of the surge site at Northeast Correctional Complex (NECC) in St. Johnsbury.
The cost of dispatching the Lyndonville Police Department is about to go way up.
Peacham voters approved the school’s FY22 budget by a vote of 200 yes to 117 no (eight blank votes) on Tuesday.
Peacham and Brownington have joined four other Northeast Kingdom towns in welcoming legalized marijuana sales in their communities.
Three candidates are vying for one open three-year seat on the Littleton Board of Selectmen.
There’s a new group in town that seeks to lift up residents in need.
A member of the Grafton County Sheriff’s Department stands in rare company.
The proposed $20 million Hilton Hotel is out and more cabins are in at the former Baker Brook motel and cabins that has since been redeveloped and renamed as Presidential Mountain Resort.
Waterford elected a new select board member during Tuesday’s Australian ballot election.
This year’s Barnet town meeting looked, of course, quite different than the one held in-person on March 3 of last year.
There will be no marijuana stores in Lyndon or Newport.
KIRBY — John McClaughry was a relative newcomer to the Town of Kirby when he was nominated and elected to serve as the town’s moderator 55 years ago.
Kingdom County Productions recently received a $5,000 grant from the Vermont Community Foundation’s Northeast Kingdom Fund. The grant will help produce a number of new Writers for Recovery workshops and special projects in the NEK.
State officials announced Tuesday morning that eligibility for the coronavirus vaccine would expand dramatically starting next week, including the creation of a separate vaccination system for school teachers and staff.
CONCORD — Shannon Chapman won a 3-year seat on the town’s Select Board in a 2-way race on Town Meeting Day, according to unofficial results released from the town clerk’s office late Tuesday.