News Briefs

Lakes Region News Briefs

County farmers adapt with the times WELLS—The Larson Farm in Wells has changed from a large commercial dairy farm with 150 Holstein cows in 1993 to a smaller organic farm with 20 head of Jersey cows, some heifers, and 20 […]

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Rutland Region news briefs

By Lani Duke Winter parking warning City winter parking rules went in effect Dec. 1, and will continue in place until April 1. Downtown parking is prohibited between 3 and 6 a.m., and on other city streets between midnight and […]

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News Briefs

Lakes Region news briefs

By Lani Duke Castleton Float Bridge contract approved, credit union permitting questioned CASTLETON—Blair Enman of Enman Kesselring Consulting Engineering told the Castleton Select Board Nov. 27 that his company has been involved in the Float Bridge rework since about 2014. […]

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Rutland Region

By Lani Duke National Night Out More than 1,000 people came to the Giorgetti Athletic Complex to celebrate National Night Out, NeighborWorks of Western Vermont announced in its recent newsletter. More than 35 organizations came to inform the community about […]

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News Briefs

Rutland Region News Briefs 9/6

By Lani Duke Hearing to determine Zingale’s position at town administrator Joe Zingale’s position as Rutland Town administrator is under scrutiny. Select Board Chair Josh Terenzini suspended Zingale with pay Aug. 29 after Terenzini’s delivery of a disciplinary letter resulted […]

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News Briefs

Lakes Region News Briefs 9/6

By Lani Duke Lake group tries new approach to eradicating milfoil from Bomoseen: new harvester gets to work The Lake Bomoseen Association has wound up a 10-day, $29,500 weed harvesting program in which a pair of harvester boats cut and […]

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News Briefs

Rutland Region News Briefs

Hickory Street affordable housing enters final phase Rutland City’s Forest Park neighborhood will be no more, once current demolition is complete, Rutland Housing Authority Executive Director Kevin Loso told the Rutland Herald. The demolition signals the beginning of the third […]

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News Briefs

Lakes Region News Briefs

Poultney archer scores state’s top buck POULTNEY—Brett Kelley, 21, of Poultney harvested the highest scoring “typical” buck deer taken with a bow and arrow in the state during 2016. The 9-point buck scored 123 6/8 in the Boone & Crockett […]

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News Briefs

Lakes Region News Briefs

ARSU looks to merger Addison-Rutland Supervisory Union Superintendent Ron Ryan met with the School Board May 24, discussing the changes that will take place as the supervisory union becomes the Slate Valley Unified Union district in July 2018. The new […]

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