Bradford skate park gets rolling
BRADFORD—A proposed skate park, a liquor license delay, and a trails system were the big issues for discussion at the selectboard meeting on May 25. In a 4-1 vote, the board tentatively approved a request by the Parks and Rec Commission to begin fundraising for the skate park addition to Elizabeth’s Park.
I-91 mural project ramps up
A steering committee implementing the grant identified an art mural for the I-91 underpass, which is the sole pedestrian and traffic access between the village and the Lake Morey area. “The mural aims to reconnect Fairlee’s east and west — its village center with its recreational resources — its Main Street and its Lake Morey,” […]
Piermont to sell property
PIERMONT—The Piermont Selectboard wants to sell a small parcel on Route 25C that town meeting voters once considered for a recreational park. In 2021, voters rejected article 16 on the town meeting warrant that asked Piermonters to develop the .6-acre property into a picnic park with game courts.
Memorial Day offers day of reflection
Approximately 200 people marked Memorial Day on Monday at the South Lawn Cemetery in Piermont. Woodsville held a ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery and also a parade and ceremony on Central Street, Woodsville.
Photo of the Week
Parent Cris Dyke (second from right) helps (from left to right) Aven Dyke, Aliese Zenner, and Weston Hughes with a cutout for the Fairlee mural project at Samuel Morey Elementary School on May 25.