Editor’s Note: This is another in an ongoing series of reports related to lake water quality issues. Another will appear in Thursday’s edition. ST. ALBANS — If area residents want clean water in Lake Champlain and Lake Carmi they need … Read more
The Raid: Event packs Taylor Park
ST. ALBANS — Thousands of people gathered in Taylor Park this weekend to watch as Confederate raiders robbed banks, shot bystanders, and wreaked havoc on St. Albans. See the complete story in Monday’s edition of the St. Albans Messenger, or read … Read more
Let the raid begin (again)
ST. ALBANS —Taylor Park fills with women in hoop skirts, horses, white canvas tents, actors, re-enactors and school children as the community marks the St. Albans Raid 150th Anniversary Commemoration. Four years in the planning (including Civil War Heritage Day … Read more
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ST. ALBANS TOWN — In lieu of local races this primary election cycle, a mailer from the ambiguous group “Concerned Taxpayers of St. Albans” has added some controversy into the mix. The mailer, which appears to have been sent to … Read more
SOUTH BURLINGTON — There was a lot of information about one of the state’s most vexing issues – education taxes – but no solutions at a gathering of roughly 100 municipal and school officials here on Thursday. Rising education costs … Read more
Yohance Gill scored two goals Wednesday as BFA-Fairfax earned a 4-1 victory over Enosburg in their Mountain Division boys soccer game. Subscribe for the full story and photos, and for all of the Messenger’s sports coverage.
• Big football wins on the road for Milton and BFA-Fairfax. • BFA-St. Albans boys and girls top Missisquoi under the lights. • 196 local runners compete in the Burlington Invitational. • MVU makes its early goal stand for a 1-0 win … Read more
The NFL has built its fabulous fame and wealth while willfully bringing harm to crippled old men, women and children. It steals from taxpayers coming and going. It grudgingly acted on Ray Rice only because there is video that sets the Internet aflame. … Read more
On August 11, 2014, at Fletcher Allen Health Care, a boy, Skyler James Marchant, to Ashley (Murray) Marchant and Joseph Marchant Jr., of Swanton.
On August 10, 2014, at Fletcher Allen Health Care, a girl, Charlotte Grace Marsher, to Elizabeth (Nye) Marsher and Trevor Marsher, of Fairfax.
On August 4, 2014, at Fletcher Allen Health Care, a girl, Addison Harper Gates, to Wendy Fuller and Scott Gates, of St. Albans.
ENOSBURG FALLS — Richard “Dick” Miller, age 72, died peacefully at home on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. To read the complete obituary, see page 5A in Tuesday’s edition of the St. Albans Messenger, or subscribe to our digital edition.
ST. ALBANS — With great sadness we announce Catherine’s sudden passing in St. Alban’s. She leaves behind her three greatest loves, her children, Rob Rappolt, Catrina and Levi Silverstein, and her longtime partner, Michael Curtis. She is the much-loved daughter … Read more
EAST FAIRFIELD — Lynford Lumbra, age 77, passed away Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 at the Pillsbury Homestead in St. Albans where Lynford had resided for the past two years. To read the complete obituary, see page 5A in Monday’s edition of … Read more