|Thursday, October 28th, 2021|
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Littleton’s Gathering of the Jack-O’-Lanterns is back for its tenth year: rocks in the Ammonoosuc River will be host to over 500 lit pumpkins carved by community members on Saturday evening, Oct. 30, and visitors to Riverglen Lane can also enjoy activities including a Haunted Walk, food trucks and a bonfire. Read more
The tradition of tying a successful deer hunt to the fund-raising success of the Santa Fund continues as a Lyndonville business has decided to “weigh-in” on the effort. Read more
ST. JOHNSBURY — It’s punch list time at the New Avenue building, which means the construction phase is coming to an end. Read more
A longtime Bethlehem nonprofit was among those honored last night at the 2021 Governor’s Arts Awards. Read more
Main Street in St. Johnsbury will be closed to traffic on Sunday to accommodate the annual Halloween event. Read more
The Facebook Papers project represents a unique collaboration among 17 American news organizations, including The Associated Press. Journal… Read more
DANVILLE — A forthcoming history of West Danville — a project of the Danville Historical Society — will feature hundreds of images from the town and region’s history; tales of its people, landmarks and industry. Read more
The local organizer of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in St. Johnsbury reported that this year’s event raised the most money in the 10-year history of the local walk. Read more
Franconia Notch’s own Cannon Mountain is one of twelve independent ski areas featured in a new short film that debuted on Oct. 19: “In Pursuit of Soul” celebrates independent resorts across the country, including the workers and owners who make them tick. Read more
The Lyndon Insitute Royal Court, back row, left to right: Tim Tester (Freshman Representative); Ashton Gould (Junior Representative); Bryon Noyes (Senior Representative); and Joseph Garrett (Sophomore Representative). Front: Jasmine Barrett (Freshman Representative); Gemma Stowell (Junior Representative); Aiden Bogie (Mr. Varsity); Emma Newland (Ms. Varsity); Ben Perkins (Mr. Football); Agnieska Lafleur (Ms. Cheerleader); Hannah Demers (Senior Representative); and Molly Smith (Sophomore Representative). Photo by Javin Leonard, Lyndon Institute. Read more
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