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Lucas McClanahan was sworn in as a new member of the Colchester Police Department on January 17.   Pictured with him are his mother Kelly Nido and Deputy Chief Jeff Barton and Chief Doug Allen, of the Colchester Police Department, all former residents of Wilmington. McClanahan recently graduated...
WILMINGTON- Voices of Hope invites all to a Mental Health Advocacy Day watch party on Monday, January 30, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Every year, advocates join together to raise their voice in support of Mental Health Advocacy Day. This year is no exception.
The event will be held at the...
WILMINGTON- The Vault, the teen room at the Old School Community Center, will be open to all high school students on Monday, January 30, from 3 to 5 pm and to seventh and eighth graders on Wednesday, February 1, from 1 to 3 pm.  
Come join in for snacks, video games, crafts, and so much...
Kaie Quigley presents at career symposium NEWTON, MA - Kaie Quigley, a Lasell University student from West Wardsboro, VT, presented at the institution’s annual Career Readiness Symposium.
Quigley shared updates from the Lasell University student newspaper, the 1851...
VERMONT- For students who are applying to college this year, or who are looking for financial help for ongoing college study or for continuing education, it pays to research scholarship opportunities.
Every year, VSAC compiles a scholarship booklet of Vermont-specific opportunities,...
READSBORO - On Saturday, February 11, from 1 pm to 3 pm, there will be a fire relief fundraiser spaghetti dinner at the Readsboro Central School, 301 Phelps Lane, for the benefit of Timothy Brown and Maddie Girardi, who lost their home and loved one in a fire on Friday, December 2. The cost will...
Eliza and Emma Doucet
Eliza and Emma Doucet
JEFFERSONVILLE- At a time of increasing antisemitism, hate, and intolerance throughout the United States, Vermont students are taking on the responsibility of sharing lessons of the Holocaust with their schools and communities.
To mark United Nations International Holocaust Remembrance Day...

Wardsboro Elementary teacher Samantha Bovat with her book, “The Little Kids,” a collaboration with her brother, Jeremy P. Doran. Photo courtesy of Samantha Bovat
Wardsboro teacher pens book about childhood WARDSBORO - Wards­boro Elementary fifth- and sixth grade teacher Samantha Bovat has penned a book about her childhood. The book, which is called “The Little Kids,” is a collaboration with Bovat’s brother, Jeremy P. Doran. Bovat and...
BRATTLEBORO - The Beloved Community at 18 Town Crier Drive is offering free workshops on sacred dance, gentle exercise, and active nonviolence each Saturday, starting January 14. The exercise class will run from 11 to 11:20 am, followed by sacred dance until noon. A simple, free lunch will be...
WILLIAMSVILLE - “Fall Prevention: Tai Chi, Level I,” sponsored by Senior Solutions and taught by certified instructor Jane Douglas, will resume on Thursdays at 11 am. Previous and new attendees are welcome. The class is free with donations accepted to help support the hall. Class size is limited...

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