After neglect, village building cited in health order

EAST CORINTH—Fans from all over the world have visited the small village of East Corinth where the cult movie “Beetlejuice” was filmed. One attraction for visitors has been the former general store, portrayed as a hardware store in the movie. The building, though often occupied, has fallen into disrepair after an unfinished attempt at restoration […]

Piermont eyes school tax hike

PIERMONT—Piermonters could be looking at a 22% increase in education-related property taxes next year. At a public hearing on Feb. 14, school board members reviewed a draft budget and meeting warrant for the annual district meeting on March 21.

After life on the road, band settles down

HAVERHILL—In 2020, Mallory Graham bought a gift — a commissioned “map of home” — for her partner in music and life, Scott Tyler. But the map didn’t depict a single place. It included Nashville, parts of Michigan, Maine, and South Dakota, and Bradford. For the duo behind the folk-Americana band, The Rough & Tumble, each […]

In Times Past: The young and the restless

The history of American youth service organizations spans more than 200 years. This column describes that history in New Hampshire and Vermont. These organizations, led by adults, were aimed at young people. Often the main targets were young people who might be at risk — whether to waywardness or exploitation — when outside the home […]

Photo of the Week

The Fairlee Town Hall was filled with laughter Saturday night at The Logger show featuring Rusty DeWees as the audience was entertained by stories, music and gut-busting humor. The show was sponsored by Smugglers Notch Distillery and the Journal Opinion.

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