There’s an old Vermont joke that goes something like this...
On July 4, 2015, the daughter of Brian and Cathy Allen of Delaware—and granddaughter of Robert and Betty Parker of Rutland and Patricia and Joe Raiche of Florida—KylieMay Elizabeth Allen was married to her best friend of right years Travis William Webb.
The Vergennes Knights of Columbus will hold a “Basketball Foul Shooting” Competition for boys and girls ages 9,10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 years old at the St. Peter’s Parish Hall on Saturday, Jan. 23, at 1 p.m.
The Paramount Theatre and Castleton University will co-present a big-screen, high-definition television broadcast of the Democratic Primary Debate as part of the 14-month series, Project 240:
Addison County-based Knights of Columbus Council 642 raises money for St. Mary’s School general fund.
On Sunday, Jan. 24, at 2 p.m., Benson-area residents are invited to join the HEAT Squad and the Sisters of Mercy at Mercy Farm located at 56 Howard Hill Rd. in Benson for a weatherization open house.
The acclaimed U.K.-based Heath Quartet ensemble will spend all of Middlebury College’s winter term on campus, performing in two free concerts on Jan. 14 and 21, and a third, ticket-cost concert on Feb. 4.
It’s an understatement to have to mention that Vermonters love stock-car racing. Since the 1930s, the Green Mountain State has been home to a steady fanbase for a variety of automobile racing venues, including fan clubs supporting local drivers from the Canadian border to the Massachusetts line.
The climbing will be no less challenging, the views every bit as breathtaking, and the post-ride party kicked up a notch.
Jan 5, at 6 p.m., PEG T.V. will air the first episode of “Jim Riley’s Reality Check,” a weekly current affairs, news and politics talk show.
Any student K-12 may submit one entry each for both of Green Up Vermont’s annual poster and writing contests. Entries must be received by Jan. 31. One poster design is selected as the official 2016 Green Up Day poster, promoting Green Up Day, the first Saturday in May.
There’s no single person more knowledgeable of—and more intimate with—the insect world of Vermont, than Dr. Ross T. Bell.
The Vermont Chapter of the American Institute of Architects recently recognized Vermont Integrated Architecture of Middlebury with a 2015 Honor Award for the transformation of an old milking parlor into a contemporary writer’s studio.
A select group of asphalt and dirt stock car drivers from Devil’s Bowl Speedway were honored Dec. 28 as Internet news source Vermont Motorsports Magazine announced its annual “Driver of the Year” award winners.
Rutland Youth Theatre will hold open auditions for its first One Acts for Youngsters Series and join the One Act season for high school-age students with the a moving historical story titled, “The Orphan Train”.
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