High 5s as baby born on Route 5

FAIRLEE—As many parents know, even the best-laid plans go awry. And so, last week, one local couple had to improvise when the birth of their second child arrived while they were en route to the hospital.

Cannabis vote coming in Groton

GROTON—Groton residents will vote on June 18 whether they want to permit retail cannabis sales in town. The polls will be open at the Community Building from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. for an Australian ballot vote.

Worries mount over landfill plans

THETFORD—A special meeting of the Thetford Selectboard was held Monday evening with officials from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources to discuss long-term planning and public health concerns related to the now-closed Post Mills landfill, where a solar array is planned.

Mural adds color to transfer station

CORINTH—An eye-catching 20-by-8 foot mural created by Waits River Valley School middle school students was unveiled on Saturday at the Corinth Transfer Station on Brook Road. The brightly colored, vibrant mural depicts the value of protecting Vermont wildlife, water sources, and vegetation through recycling.

Photo of the Week

Woodsville High School Softball team and fans celebrate after Saturday’s shutout win over Newmarket 3-0 earning their third NHIAA D4 state title in four years.

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