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ST. JOHNSBURY — Days away from opening, the newly-rehabilitated New Avenue House was the scene of a multi-fire department response on Wednesday evening.
The prospect of big trash haulers going through downtown Bethlehem to a proposed Casella Waste Systems in Dalton has some residents voicing concerns about safety and nuisance, and Bethlehem selectmen scheduling a public input session to compile residents’ comments and submit them to state agencies.
Editor’s note: Caledonian Record columnist Jay Craven is pleased to present some writing by intrepid Northeast Kingdom homesteader and singer/songwriter Ariel Zevon. Today’s submission continues the story of Ariel’s epic journey with Wanda and Winston, her outside-the-box emus.
LYNDON — The Miller’s Run covered bridge got hit again Monday afternoon, and once again the contact was captured on video.
LITTLETON — A nearly two-year process is complete: Littleton Fire Rescue has received about a half-million dollars in four-season rescue equipment that can help victims of car crashes, injured hikers on trails, distressed boaters on open water, and others in need.
Erik Chinander — who coached in NU's Oct. 16 loss at Minnesota — said he learned nearly everything about being a coach from his father.
BARRE, VT — The Vermont Agency of Transportation (AOT) is inviting Vermont elementary schools to name the State’s big orange snowplows.