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LITTLETON — Downtown and river district projects are advancing, and a new development includes making the new recreational rail-trail more bicycle-friendly with a hard surface, a proposal being requested by a bicycle group expanding its trail system across the North Country.

ST. JOHNSBURY — Crewmen from the town’s Department of Public Works began a wastewater pipe project on Monday that will end multiple months of frequent sewer sucking on Federal Street.

LITTLETON — A pedestrian safety project nearly half a decade in the planning will be entering its final design — sidewalk reconstruction and associated improvements along a segment of Cottage Street and the entirety of Mill Street.

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WESTMORE — Things are not going as planned for Forest, Parks and Recreation (FPR)’s proposed project at the south end of Lake Willoughby.

Kelli Rhodes and Sarah Stevens recently created a sidewalk mural, which leads to the front entrance of United Christian Academy in Newport, titled, “Together in Peace.” The women did this for the school in preparation for the 2020-2021 academic year. The title references Psalm 133:1 in the Old Testament of the Bible. (Courtesy Photo)

There aren’t a whole lot of upsides to the ongoing COVID pandemic, but I hope the addition of outdoor dining becomes a warm weather tradition for St. Johnsbury. Last Friday night, I felt a Friday evening buzz downtown that took me back to the 1970s and 80s, when families streamed into restaurants, open stores and cultural events.