Have you ever wondered how much time and effort goes into creating your Saint Albans Messenger each day? We thought it would be fun to give our readers a behind-the-scenes look at the daily process. Enjoy!
FAIRFAX — “Little Shop of Horrors,” a musical about flower shop co-workers and a deadly plant, and will be staged at BFA-Fairfax’s old gym from June 29 to July 2, with curtains at 8 p.m. and matinees on Saturday and … Read more
The newest incarnation of ‘Betty and Sam,’ Swanton’s iconic swans, were dropped off at their summer home in the village park this evening. Dozens of onlookers gathered to greet the newcomers.
ENOSBURG FALLS — A surprisingly low bid for renovations to the Bridge of Flowers and Light will allow additional upgrades to the bridge. The Enosburg Village Board of Trustees learned at its June 12 regular meeting that the one bid … Read more
SWANTON — The Great Pot Pie Project has provided nutritious, comfort food in the form of chicken pot pies to local soup kitchens and food shelves for two years, and the third year promises to be even more successful. Saturday, … Read more
SHELDON — When it comes to personal safety, Sheldon Elementary School wants its students aware and prepared for all safety hazards at school and at home. Students from kindergarten through second grade rushed one classroom at a time into … Read more
As a thank you to the Franklin County community for the support of our paper, the St. Albans Messenger is giving away three (3) 2-pack of tickets to the Million Dollar Quartet, showing at St. Michael’s Playhouse this month. Enter … Read more
HIGHGATE — Joshua Hemingway of Highgate, 8, was granted his wish of a trip to Legoland in Florida by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organization that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses, on Wednesday afternoon. Family members gathered … Read more
SWANTON — This year Swanton School students got to take part in something special called Extension Thursday, or #XtensionThursday. Throughout the school year, community partners came into the school to provide added learning experiences to the students’ day. Every Thursday … Read more
ST. ALBANS CITY — Approximately 400 people turned out for the fifth annual block party in Ward 3 of St. Albans City. This year the party moved from its original location at Turning Point to the lawn in front of … Read more