News Briefs

News Briefs: Lakes Region

By Lani Duke One-room schoolhouse gets third lease on life PAWLET—The Pawlet Historical Society has found a new home in the renovated Chris Monroe Chapel in Mettowee Valley cemetery, on Cemetery Hill Road off Route 30 and next to the […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Lakes Region, 6-29-16

By: Lani Duke Farewell, Jonas Rosenthal POULTNEY—Poultney town and village manager Jonas Rosenthal has announced his plans to retire in September, after 31 years of serving the 1,579 residents of the rural community. In addition to filling the town manager […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Lakes Region May 26

Officer receives commendation FAIR HAVEN—Fair Haven Police Chief William Humphries gave Sgt. Dale Kerber an official Lifesaver commendation for services to the community and surrounding area. The May 9 award cites three instances in which Kerber saved a life by […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs: Lakes Region

By Lani Duke Elementary budget passed FAIR HAVEN—Only 10 more people voted for the Fair Haven Grade School budget than voted against it May 3. Voting “yes” were 137; “no,” 127. The community had turned it down 378 to 345 […]

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News Briefs

Lakes Region News Briefs

By Lani Dukes Contemplating Life Café holds official open house FAIR HAVEN—Michael Mancino has opened the Contemplating Life Café in the former Carvey’s restaurant of Fair Haven. Though it first opened Feb. 13, it held its grand opening over Easter […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs from the Lakes Region

Latest Act 46 snag The new district consolidation law stands in the way of what could be a successful merger on Rutland County’s western boundary. The folks who created merger mandates failed to consider that laws permitting districts to designate […]

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