Perhaps one of the weirdest—dare I say down right ghoulish—things I’ve seen in recent months is a web-based real estate-related service known as DiedInHouse.com.
Pond Hill Pro Rodeo Co. in Castleton kicked off its 44th year of producing one of New England’s best and most colorful, summer-long professional rodeo event. The 2014 rodeo season east of the Rockies got underway on the last weekend of June and the Eagle was on hand at Vermont’s sole venue to document the all-American thrill sport.
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Creative Fiber Designs, located in downtown Brandon at 6 Park St., is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a new, 2,400 square foot studio/store is slated for a grand reopening July 4th weekend.
“Tweet, like, Hashtag.” The social media jargon, while still foreign to some, has become second nature to many. Last week, Castleton State College, in partnership with the Downtown Rutland Partnership, participated in the nationwide Social Media Day.
The abandoned building that once housed Sawdi’s Steak and Seafood restaurant will soon open under new ownership, hoping to bring back a piece of the dining scene that has been missing in the area.
The “new” Hilton Burlington was revealed at a Grand Opening celebration June 19.
Last week, the Vergennes Lions Club wrapped up the fiscal year with awards and a change in leadership. Club President Shanon Atkins stepped down thanked the club for its support.
Following a brief illness, Millicent James Rooney, 86, long-time resident of Weybridge, passed away at her home on June 13, 2014 surrounded by her family.
Vermont Department of Financial Regulation (DFR) officials today announced important modifications to current securities regulations that would support Vermont entrepreneurship while protecting the interests of investors.
Back in 1965, First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson started a Washington, D.C., beautification project by having teams of helpers plant stunning flowers—by the thousands—around the capital. The project spread to the nation’s roadways and byways and culminated in the U.S. Highway Beautification Act, nicknamed Lady Bird’s Bill.
Water will be shut off downtown today
Commuters and other travelers along U.S. Route 7 have been enduring more than 12 weeks of slow traffic, and sometimes one-way going, in downtown Brandon—but traffic snarls and some lost local business are a small price to pay for the town’s vital, water supply reconstruction project.
An empty house, located adjacent to the Rite Aid drug store facing Court Street (U.S. Route 7) in Middlebury, was demolished June 9.
The owners of Noonie Deli, Bryan and Jenny Phelps, announced that they have listed their business for sale. After owning and operating the business for over four years, the Vermont couple want to change directions and pursue other career opportunities.
A fire at Vermont Soapworks, located on Exchange Street in Middlebury, erupted during the evening hours June 4.
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