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  • VSP rescue visitors lost on a hike

    Important Community Bulletins

    On July 10, at approximately 8:58 p.m. the Vermont State Police Rutland Barracks was dispatched to the Green Mountain National Forest-Lefferts Pond, located in Chittenden, Vt., for two lost hikers. Shung Yee (age 38) and La ...

  • Disaster relief: Furniture storage program

    Local News

    After Tropical Storm Irene, the Chittenden Volunteer Fire Department received many household furniture items, which were reallocated to families who lost such items during the flooding. After the community's needs were met, ...

  • Neighborly help after a fire

    Local News

    Jake Duprey and Heather O'Bara tragically experienced a house fire on Christmas night this past winter. But their burden was lessened by the help from neighbors and nearby towns. $859.02 was collected to assist Duprey and O' ...

  • Church to become new town office; shared-use building rejected

    Local News

    The former St. Robert's Church will become the new town office, decided Chittenden voters Tuesday. Additionally, voters passed all town budgets including the highway budget, the cemetery budget and the school budget. But th ...

  • Mendon Chittenden Pittsford Brandon 10.13

    Local News

    Thursday, October 20 -- Brandon is 250 years old. On this day in history, the town's charter was signed by NH Governor Benning Wentworth. Congrats Brandon! Friday, November 11 -- The Brandon annual Veteran's Day Ceremo ...

  • First Friday Open Mic

    At Church of the Wildwood, 347 Holden Rd., Chittenden. Musicians, poets and storytellers of all ages invited to perform. Desserts/coffee available. Come entertain or listen and sing along. Portion of freewill donation benefi ...

  • Chitt/Pitt

    Columns  > Opinion

    Keeping in mind that tropical storm Irene has made information on the events in our local communities very "fluid" Central Vermont is definitely open for business and the leaves are going to turn really beautiful this year w ...

  • Vt Humanities Event

    Program at Chittenden Town Hall, Vermont's Flood of 1927: A New Look. Hosted by Chittenden Historical Society, Historian Nicholas Clifford examines flood & helps understand the passage of the 1920s. 483-6471.  

  • 2011-2012 Mendon Tax Rates Approved

    The Neshobe Sportsman Club in Brandon, VT is offering a hunter safety course this August. Classes will meet on August 11th from 7 to 9 pm and on Saturday and Sunday, August 20 and 21st from 8 am to 4 pm at the club. Completi ...

  • Chittenden Historical Society Program

    A Vermont Humanities Council event hosted by the Chittenden Historical Society, "Vermont's Flood of 1927: A New Look" at Chittenden Town Hall with Presenter Nicholas Clifford. Free, open to the public and accessible to peopl ...

  • Animal Control Ordinance Violations in Mendon

    At the July 11 meeting of the Town of Mendon Selectboard the Treasurer reported to the Selectboard a year end surplus of $150,000 in large part due to the collection of the prior year's delinquent taxes. Next on the agenda ...

  • Chittenden VFD Annual Auction

    Auctioneer Steve Taylor. At Barstow Memorial School. Checks/cash accepted. Food concession. Bring a chair!

  • Neshobe Chicken BBQ Dinner

    CHICKEN BBQ DINNER, 5 - 7 PM. Menu includes BBQ chicken, cold salads, beverages and STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE Cost  $ 9.00; Kids 5-10 yrs $5.00 Under 5 yrs free. Take out available. Public Welco ...

  • Vermont Symphony Orchestra at Mountain Top

    Vermont Symphony Orchestra Symphony Royale with Conductor Anthony Princiotti, at Mountain Top Inn,. $31 adults, $34 at gate. BBQ dinner combo tickets avail. at Mountain Top, 483-2311. 800-VSO-9293.