ST. ALBANS — Bonnie Lee Mitchell, 72, passed away Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, at Our Lady of the Meadows in Richford following a lengthy battle with dementia. Born in St. Albans April 3, 1944, she was the daughter of the … Read more
JAY — Roger P. Sanville, age 73, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017 at his home in Jay surrounded by his loving family. He was born July 1, 1943 in Newport Center to the late Lawrence & Pearl (Eastman) Sanville. … Read more
ST. ALBANS CITY — On Town Meeting Day, city voters will be asked to approve an $18 million investment in the city’s wastewater treatment facility. Much of the plant was built in the mid-1980s, when the federal government made substantial … Read more
Catherine Carney Marlow, a girl, born at the Northwestern Medical Center on February 18 to Nellie Finnegan Maley and Benjamin Joseph Marlow of St. Albans.
Eleanor Lynn Gagne, a girl, born at the Northwestern Medical Center on February 17 to Alicia Gagne and Kyle Gagne of Franklin.
Easton Jay Machia, a boy, born at the Northwestern Medical Center on February 14 to Danielle (Gauvin) Machia and Dustin Machia of Swanton.
Jasper Earle Graves, a boy, born at the Northwestern Medical Center on February 14 to Heather Maskell and David Graves of Swanton.
Carleigh Haven Quick, a girl, born at the Northwestern Medical Center on February 13 to Brittany Marie Hoffman and Jared Thomas Quick of St. Albans.
As released Monday morning by the Vermont Principals Association. Earlier posts here had the quarterfinal opponent for BFA-St. Albans girls hockey wrong, and did not account for two 16th-seed teams opting out of tournaments. BOYS HOCKEY Division I Playdowns, Wednesday … Read more
This newly painted tow truck sits in front of the service station that would later become Handy Toyota. The lettering done on the truck for Chamberlain & Simpson was professionally done by local commercial artist Robert Fitzgerald and this photograph was donated to the museum by his son … Read more