Reluctant to Buy?

depotsquareapartmentsST. JOHNSBURY- St. Johnsbury Academy has officially announced that they will not rent or purchase the Depot Square Apartments in St. Johnsbury. The building is located on the corner of Eastern Avenue and Railroad Street. 

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Fatal Snowmobile Crash

snowmobilecrashWHEELOCK- Vermont State Police are investigating a snowmobile crash in Wheelock that left one dead. 47-year-old Keith Whitney of East Haven, Connecticut was riding on the VAST trails when he hit a metal cable that was connected to two trees.

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Breakfast and Budgets

legislative breakfastSt. Johnsbury- Local lawmakers gathered to discuss the progress of Vermont, as well as issues within their respective committees. Senators and Representatives woke up for an early bird breakfast this morning at the St. Johnsbury House.

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Splashing and Skimming for Fun

burkepondskimBURKE- This past weekend, the QBurke Mountain Resort hosted it's annual Pond Skim. The event was zombie-themed and featured 37 contestants from around the region battling it out on the pond.

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The Golden Treasure of Vermont

vermont maple open house weekendAROUND THE NEK-- For a few years now, Vermont has been holding a weekend long, state wide event that allows the public to really see how one of the golden treasures of Vermont is made, maple syrup.

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Suspect of Sheffield Murder May Change Plea

Fletcher ThumbSHEFFIELD - One of the men accused of murdering 78 year old, Mary Pat O'Hagan back in 2010 is scheduled to appear in court and may change his plea. Richard Fletcher, 27, of Sheffield, is expected to attend a plea hearing Thursday in the Caledonia Superior Court at 10:00 a.m.

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Scamming on Craigslist

craigslistAROUND THE NEK - The Lyndonville Police are currently investigating an ongoing real estate scam in the area, which has effected local college students and residents looking for apartments in the area.

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A Musical Treat

amusicaltreatDANVILLE- A group of more than twenty people found their way to the Choate-Sias House in Danville to listen to a presentation about band and instrument history. Gary Aubin presented the presentation for the Danville Historical Society.

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Special Meeting: Will Concord Close?

concord school2CONCORD- Shortly after the school budget did not pass in Concord, 51 residents signed a petition to shut down the high school portion of the Concord School. The school board is schedueld to meet tonight at 6:00pm at the Concord School in the library to discuss the possibility of a shut down.

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New Recall, Same Problem

honda recall1AROUND THE NEK-- Honda has announced that 105,000 additional vehicles are being added to their recall. This news comes after learning that the driver's side airbag explodes with too much force and sends metal into the car.

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Farm Fresh Food

food buyingAround The NEK - Local farming is a mainstay of the Northeast Kingdom here in Vermont. And many local places that serve food such as local schools or even your local market try to emphasize that with their products.

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Redefining Homemade

makers dayNORTHEAST KINGDOM - It's Maker's Day and Vermont makers are going to the State House to showcase their work in order to get more recognition.


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Peacham Takes it to the Courts

peacham hoopsPEACHAM - The Peacham Community Housing Projects takes it to the basketball court for a three on three, four week league as a fun way to fundraise.


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Shooting to Support Seniors

PEACHAM- The Peacham community housing program is dedicated to providing housing and services to seniors.
The organization currently has two housing buildings, the Kenerson Building- which inhabits eight people, and the currently vacant Science house- which accommodates to "assisted living."

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Cole Come's and Cares

jump mentoringST. JOHNSBURY- Terri Cole, a homeowner specialist for Rural Edge in Lyndonville, also spends time every week volunteering for the JUMP Youth Mentoring Program at the Northeast Kingdom Youth Services. For the past 3 years, she has been a mentor for a student named Haley.

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College Basketball for Cobb?

LYNDON- 1,000 Point Scorer, Division 2 All-Star, Student Council President. Those are only a few of the many accomplishments Lyndon Institute Senior Jay Cobb has accomplished while competing as a three-sport student athlete.

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Key to Finding Happiness

finding happinessPEACHAM - Residents from Peacham and neighboring communities gathered at the town’s public library last night to find out what it takes to find happiness. At the library is where residents met a Monk from Nepal, named Gesse Sherab, who gave his presentation on “How to be Happy.”

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Homeless Issues in Vermont

homlessness VERMONT- Last year's Point in Time Count for Vermont revealed that 1,556 people were counted as homeless. In the last two years, Vermont's homeless population has doubled. Homeless advocates are trying to decrease the number of homeless individuals within the state. However, the lack of shelters in the area and state budget problems are factors they have to work around.

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Sutton Budget Declined

SUTTON- A previously shot down school budget in Sutton is in the works to be presented again later this month.The Sutton School board had to cut $30,000 from its proposed $2.7 million dollar budget after it was defeated at last weeks town meeting.

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Sutton Wrong with the Budget

sutton schoolSUTTON- Sutton residents will have another chance to vote on next years school budget. On town meeting day the almost three million dollar town budget was denided with a vote of 67-57. 


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More Than a Penny

penny saleLYNDONVILLE- The Lyndonville Rotary Club hosted it's 48th annual Penny Sale at Lyndon Institute and for one local person, it was their 47th time attending. Peacham resident Rita Woodward first attended with her husband back in 1968.

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Locals Speak on David Dill's Passing

dillLYNDONVILLE- A former selectman and active member of the Lyndon community was remembered this past weekend at the First Congregational Church in Lyndonville. David Dill, who passed away February 26, touched many members of the community and they reflected.  

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Never Enough Volunteers

darlinginnthanksgivingLYNDONVILLE- The Darling Inn Senior Meal Site prepares hot meals for people of all ages, but all of the work that they've done wouldn't be possible without the help from volunteers.

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Farm to School Programs

farm to schoolPEACHAM - Farm to School Programs are growing rapidly in Vermont, like the one in Peacham Elementary School. Just recently the elementary school received a $2,200 grant for Farm to School Programs from the Vermont Agency of Agriculture.

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Miller's Run School's Budget Rejected

millers runSHEFFIELD - The Miller's Run School's budget faced some discrepancy from residents of Sheffield and Wheelock, ultimately being rejected, after votes were cast on Town Meeting Day.  

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What's Coming Up At 5:30

What's Coming Up Tonight at 5:30

Sutton School Flood Prevention

The Sutton Town School is planning to implement flood protection before Spring starts to hit.


Today is Northeast Kingdom Day, learn what it's all about!

Hunting Discussion

Hunters from around the area met to discuss expectations and reporters for present and future hunting seasons.