The Seventh Annual Vermont Chili Festival was held March 14, a week later than last year’s festival.
Read the complete interview with Rusty DeWees in the spring free issue of North Country Living Magazine in local stores the week of April 5.
Brian and Cathy Allen of Felton, Del., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kylie May Elizabeth, to Travis Wilham Webb, son of William and Ruth Webb of Hartley, Del.
An update on Bigfoot sightings in Vermont and New York
Right now, a group of dedicated, amateur researchers are searching the northern woods of New York and Vermont for signs of a strange creature long thought to be extinct—known in folklore as Bigfoot or Sasquatch.
Many famous men and women have walked the landscape of the Green Mountain State since its founding in the 18th century.
Jeffrey and Robin Helwig of Plattsburgh, N.Y. announced the engagement of their daughter, Kayla Elizabeth, to Maxwell Tillinghast Laughlin, son of Trevor and Zaidee Laughlin, also of Plattsburgh.
Native Vermont sculptor Kenneth Maurice, owner of Vermont Stone Sculpturing, Inc., has a rare talent—a gift of transforming inert stone into magnificent works of art. From religious statues, outdoor fountains and sculpted figurines to war memorials, family busts and pet memorials, this master has revealed the human heart and soul in stone.
On Sunday, March 15, at 4 p.m., a special St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Middlebury College’s Wilson Hall McCullough Social Space will feature music and dance, of Ireland and Appalachia.
Officials of the Paramount Theatre in downtown Rutland announced the third “Live in HD” programming initiative.
Radio listeners to WVMT 620 AM in Burlington woke up to learn that "The Dennis Miller Show" is off the air.
For those of us who grew up as fans of television’s original “Star Trek” during the 1960s, the news last month of 83-year-old actor Leonard Nimoy’s death struck an especially sad note.
An interview—part 1 of 2
Meet Rusty DeWees—better known to area residents as the Logger.
Parents of newborn babies are accustomed to tiny hats landing on the heads of their new prodigy, but in a poor nation struggling to provide basic items that help with survival, those small comfort items can go unnoticed.
PEGTV Channel 15
PEGTV of Rutland County welcomed Amber Dumas to its staff as a field producer for its popular “Access” news magazine television show on PEGTV’s Channel 15.
The Addison County Relocalization Network (ACORN) and the Acorn Renewable Energy Co-op will present the 2015 Sustainable Living Expo on Saturday, April 11 at Middlebury Union High School (MUHS), from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- This weekend
- 'Contact the Editor' Link
- Deer take down 10 percent in the northern zone
- Survivor, night 2
- Ready for another week of 'Survivor'
- Predictions on the 2011 rut
- More on backcountry damage
- Irene did not spare the backcountry
- Deer plan has holes