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Vermont is number one, and it was not the aim of the Legislature, or the governor, or any advocacy group. Nor will there be any... [Read More]
Most area residents know Lawrence Brainerd as the man who shot the wolf. There is a monument on Aldis Hill at the spot where Brainerd... [Read More]
Farmers in the St. Albans Bay watershed reduced phosphorous runoff by 3,000 pounds in 2016, according to estimates from the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS).... [Read More]
Michael Todd Bradley Russell, 26, passed away tragically, Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 15, 2017. Michael was born Nov. 27, 1990, in Panama City, Florida, the son... [Read More]
Winston Ernest Lacasse, Sr., age 85 years, a resident of the Gallup Road in Franklin died Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, in the Northwestern Medical Center... [Read More]
Using a soil health trailer as a visual aid, Fay Benson of Cornell Cooperative Extension demonstrates why practices such as cover cropping and no-till farming... [Read More]
Steven Attree Hopkins, a longtime resident and well-known cobbler, peacefully passed away Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017, at the home of his brother, surrounded by family... [Read More]
ST. ALBANS — Children, guardians filled the second floor of the St. Albans Free Library Monday morning, gathering around children's librarian Sarah Allerton as she read,... [Read More]
14th Star Brewing is the recipient of The Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce's 2017 Timothy J. Bovat Civic Involvement Award. CEO Andrea Gagner received... [Read More]
A "TMDL Team Meeting Tonight" sign on the local billboard probably doesn't suggest an explosive hour-and-a-half. But that's exactly what Thursday evening's meeting was, when... [Read More]
Georgia firefighters had finished an evening of training when they were called to a fire on Sandy Birch Road at 10 p.m. Thursday. A garage... [Read More]
Vermont State Police Corporal Daniel Charles Marcellus passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, August 15, surrounded by his family, following a 10-month battle with... [Read More]
The Swanton Arts Council (SAC) has its first gallery. It's a temporary gallery, what the SAC calls a "Pop-Up Pop-In," located on First Street. Local... [Read More]
Dr. Russell S. Walters, III, of St. Albans, Vt. died peacefully of heart disease on Aug. 10, 2017, at the St. Albans Health and Rehabilitation... [Read More]
Overflows from St. Albans City's wastewater treatment plant and combined sewer and stormwater pipes on Lower Welden Street were the main topic of discussion at... [Read More]
With his final Franklin County stop of the day, Sen. Bernie Sanders switched focus from health care to the challenges of farming with a visit... [Read More]
The Meeting House on the Green has received a $30,000 grant to renovate the front of the building, making the venue handicap-accessible. Right now, the... [Read More]
The St. Albans Bay marina project has the green light after receiving a Lake Encroachment permit from the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation last week.... [Read More]
Patrick Allen" Pat" Wedge Sr., a lifelong resident of this area died unexpectedly, Friday Aug. 11, 2017. Born on March 28, 1970, in St. Albans,... [Read More]
Nat Worman's grandchildren hope he'll live to be 100. It's possible. That landmark is just six years away. The Harvard-educated newspaperman continued to work well... [Read More]