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St. Johnsbury voters have approved the borrowing of up to $5.4 million dollars to pay for the renovation of the long-shuttered St. Johnsbury Armory on Main Street into a new public safety building.

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Ice skating is planned to open at both of St. Johnsbury’s outdoor rinks this weekend, weather permitting. The Town operates rinks at the corner of Portland Street and Concord Ave that are managed in a partnership between Public Works and the St. Johnsbury Recreation Department via St. Johnsbury Academy. As with most things, several new policies will be in place this year regarding ice skating.

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As with the statewide number, COVID-19 cases continued to climb in the Northeast Kingdom the latter half of the week.

ALL STAR OUTREACH - Kingdom All Stars lead guitarist Aden Marcotte, left, works with young players Hayden Angell of Burke, center, and CJ Neurath of Monroe Monday during the Kingdom All Stars annual Jester Summer Music Camp at St. Johnsbury Academy. Marcotte presented a master class on guitar technique and improvisation. The camp, which runs through Friday, is sponsored by the Kingdom All Stars, St. Johnsbury Academy and the St. Johnsbury Recreation Department.