LYNDONVILLE- May is Foster Care Awareness Month, but for Barb Hash, foster care awareness has been a priority of her’s everyday for decades. In the past twenty-seven years, Hash has been adopting and foster children.
LYNDON – Sometimes there is a lot more to a person than most people see, and that is exactly what Charlie Forrest is. The Lyndon State Public Saftey Officer has had ties to the Northeast Kingdom all of his life.
LYNDON-The Darling Inn Apartments are ready to go under renovations in June. Renovations are going to cost about five million dollars and are being funded through both public donors such as Union Bank, and National Community Bank, along with private donors.
LYNDON - The second annual H.O.P.E. Color Run kicked off this Saturday in Lyndon and raised over a record amount of money in the process.
LYNDONVILLE- Three teens were involved in a crash shortly after 6 PM on April 22nd that left one teen with minor injuries.
LYNDON- A new trash collection company will now provide services for Lyndon. The decision came after the debate of whether they should switch companies. Last night, the Lyndon Selectboard met with the public to discuss the proposal.
LYNDONVILLE- Community National Bank announced today that it would be closing two branches in the area on July 17th.
LYNDON-- In just a few short months the most important time in any high school girls life will take place, prom. And at one local business in Lyndonville they have tons of options for those girls to choose from.
LYNDON--- Every school has a dress code that the students must follow, and Lyndon Institute is no exception.
LYNDON- Currently, the Vermont Agency of Transportation is working on improving the roads on U.S. Route 5 in Lyndonville, but residents believe the roadway could use more than just the proposed sidewalks and paving.
LYNDON- 15 trash cans from around the sidewalks of Lyndonville will stay in winter storage due to the new recycling law that has been put into effect. The law states that for every trash can there must be a recycling bin beside it.
LYNDONVILLE - Many local businesses are still feeling the affects from one of the worst winters in recent memory. Helping Other People Everyday, also known as HOPE, is one of the local businesses still feeling the impact.
LYNDON- Judge Robert Bent has ordered Bruce Bona to pay $22,302 in restitution to three different humane societies for temporary housing 21 horses after police seized them from the Bona Ranch back in March 2014.
LYNDON - The town of Lyndon is looking to purchase the Vermont Flex building and transform it into a new garage for highway crews.
LYNDON - The Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, or VSAC brought their 14th annual College Pathways Fair to Lyndon State College Last Night. Students from around northern Vermont and New Hampshire came out to visit recruiters from schools from all over the country.
LYNDON- Julianne Corcoran, a sophomore at Lyndon State College, has actively been involved in serving the community since her arrival in Fall 2013. The Connecticut native is currently the President of Lyndon's Society of Students in Service Together. The club is also called ASSIST.
LYNDONVILLE - The Wildflower Inn helped bring the Lyndon Community closer together last night with a benefit dinner for a 5-year-old leukemia patient. This benefit was a part of the Inn’s “Thankful Thursdays” which are benefit dinners put on to help give back to the community.
LYNDON- Some organizations are required to request money through the form of appropriations in order to operate, and Lyndon Rescue is one of them. Though many people don't know exactly what they do, and how they do it, they still have a profound impact on the community.
LYNDONVILLE- Riverside School in Lyndonville is getting ready to put on their ninth annual school play, but there is something different abut this school's play than most; it is completely student run.
LYNDONVILLE- Five staff members of Lyndon State College have just learned that they are being laid off in result of the current budget deficit the college is facing. The $3.1 million budget deficit amounts to 10% of the college's yearly operating budget.
LYNDONVILLE- What started out as a school project soon was turned into a reality thanks to student Jason Pelkey. The Fenton Chester Arena hosted their first annual Ed Horan Memorial Hockey Tournament to pay tribute to one of the leaders of both the hockey and college community.
LYNDON - The 3rd annual Veterans summit at Lyndon State College was a huge success as it attracted veterans from our back yards and beyond to congregate with other veterans and to listen seminars about how to deal with issues that some may face.
LYNDON-- It was only 10 years ago when students had to take a computer class to learn how to use technology. Now schools are incorporating technology into all of their classes.
LYNDON- The Lyndon Select Board met last night to discuss their stance on the new Universal Recycling Law and curbside trash pick up.
LYNDON-- Although February is over, the idea of Black History Month is still on the peoples' minds. At Lyndon State College, the Twilight players and Lyndon Fair Club came together to put on a stage reading called "Trouble In Mind" last night.