PEACHAM- Due to high speeds and inatentaive drivers, the town of Peacham has decided to extend the school zone on Main St. by the elementary school.Read More
ST.JOHNSBURY- St.Johnsbury will be celebrating their "Colors of the Kingdom" festival this Saturday, with events for all ages. Read More
VERMONT—Vermont Representative Peter Welch voted against passing a bill allowing President Obama new authority to battle ISIS on Tuesday. Welch feels as if the Sunis and Shiites should resolve their democractic differences without the help of American government intervention.Read More
BRADFORD- The Oxbow Olympians took on the Randolph Galloping Ghosts in varsity boys soccer on yesterday. Junior, Nathan Gray started the scoring early for the Ghosts, and they didn’t look back from there.
ST. JOHNSBURY -- A Caledonia judge has ruled that Allen Prue's statements to police about the murder of Melissa Jenkins - which graphically detailed his alleged participation in the killing - can be used at his trial, scheduled for Oct. 6.
ST. JOHNSBURY - In the last three years, the town of St. Johnsbury has had three different town managers, according to assistant town clerk, Kelly Willey. Now, the selectboard is in search for another, as current town manager, John Hall, is headed out in Spring 2015.
LYNDONVILLE - September is Hunger Action month, a campaign to bring attention to hunger in America. One local organization that sees that issue firsthand is the Lyndon Area Food Shelf.