The end of Rural Vermont’s “Art for Agrarians” online art auction is in sight, but there is still time to bid on the fourteen agriculturally-themed pieces donated by Vermont artists.
A drawing created by New Haven resident Veronica Huber, a senior student at a student at Rice Memorial High School, was selected as a finalist in a national high school drawing competition.
Fifth- and sixth-graders at the Neshobe Elementary School in Brandon headed up a school beautification project this year with help from teacher Katherine Tricarico.
To the Times of Ti: On Aug 6, the sixth annual Brian T. Carpenter Memorial Golf Tournament was hosted at the Moriah Country Club in Port Henry.
Legislators face a real challenge: How can they raise more money from hard pressed Vermonters without voting for a tax increase?
Former Vermont Gov. Madeleine Kunin (D) will be the keynote speaker at CVAA's Volunteer Recognition and Annual Meeting, Nov. 14, 4 p.m., at the Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center in South Burlington.
The village of Champlain will be the first stop on a free family movie tour across the region sponsored by Dunkin Donuts.
You never what talented person is standing next to you downtown. That person may just be the star of the next Middlebury’s Got Talent show.
Citizens Bank has hired MaryBeth DeFalco as business banking officer in the Upper Valley and Rutland/West markets in New Hampshire and Vermont.
Northern Adirondack Central FFA had another exceptional year at the annual Clinton County Fair in Morrisonville, according to faculty advisor Donald Jones.
Brainardsville United Methodist Church and Chateaugay United Methodist Church will host a special worship service at the Brainardsville Church Camp Sunday, Aug. 28, beginning at 11 a.m.
The Dannemora Free Library is now closed as the facility moves from its home at Dannemora Town Hall on Cook Street to the village of Dannemora's new office building on Emmons Street.
Pasquale’s Pizzeria will soon open a second location in the village of Dannemora.
Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union (TFCU) will begin their 2nd Annual School Supplies Drive for area children in need on Monday, August 1st. The campaign asks the public to drop-off new school supplies at any TFCU branch or ATM site throughout August.
Larry L. Sorrell, superintendent of the village department of public works, has been recognized for 25 years of service by the New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials.
Gonzalez wins 2011 Ladies Cup Race
A mostly all-female flotilla of the Lake Champlain Yacht Club—with a few male teams competing—took part in the annual Ladies Cup Race on the lake last weekend.
The inaugural Willie Schmidt Lake Champlain Swim for Hospice will be held at historic Camp Dudley in Westport on Saturday, Aug. 27, at 9 a.m.
For the second year, the Elizabethtown Fish and Game Club will host a weekend of music and camping at their site on the Elizabethtown-Wadhams Road.
St. Mary’s Mission Center, 88 Oak St., Champlain, will donate proceeds from all sales Saturday, Aug. 27, to the Mooers Food Pantry at the Mooers Wesleyan Church, 149 Maple St., Mooers.
A public warning and information system has been activated in Essex County.