Relief funds ticketed by school district

WOODSVILLE—Haverhill schools will receive over $2 million in coronavirus relief funds that officials say will be used to improve conditions for student physical and mental health. Priority projects targeted for completion this fall are an improved ventilation system in the Woodville High School cafeteria and gymnasium and window replacements, which were trimmed from the building […]

Bradford gathers to select priorities

BRADFORD—The Community Visit taking place in Bradford in collaboration with the Vermont Council on Rural Development entered its next phase on Monday evening. Approximately 60 people gathered underneath a tent in Elizabeth’s Park as part of the Moving Forward Together Bradford initiative. The meeting on Aug. 23 came after a series of theme-based forums were […]

Alleged kidnapper seeks dismissal

BURLINGTON—A Vermont man, who is charged with abducting a woman, crossing state lines, and sexually assaulting her in front of her son in Windsor County, has asked a judge to throw out the four felony counts he is facing in federal court. Everett A. Simpson, 44, most recently from St. Johnsbury, maintained the two kidnapping […]

After debate, board affirms ARPA plan

WOODSVILLE—The Haverhill Selectboard voted 3-2 on Monday night to spend federal coronavirus relief funds on a plan proposed by the town’s precincts. The action essentially affirmed a decision made during a board meeting on Aug. 2. This time, however, the vote came after more than two hours of debate during and after a public hearing […]

Photo of the Week

The Wells River chewed up Route 302 just west of Route 232 in Groton during the flooding on July 10. This stretch of roadway also washed out after Tropical Storm Irene in 2011. The road will remain closed until repairs have been completed by the Vermont Agency of Transportation.

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