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Swanton Car Show revs up community

SWANTON — Hundreds descended on the Swanton green Saturday to enjoy a day in the sun, music, and take a look at some beautiful cars. The sixth annual Swanton Chamber of Commerce Car Show was a huge hit for the … Read more

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Phillip Condon, speaking on behalf of Holiday House and St. Albans Health and Rehab, expresses his concerns to the St. Albans Town Development Review Board about Howard Center moving to Sheldon Road Thursday night.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Howard Center has opposition

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ST. ALBANS TOWN — Thursday night, representatives of the Howard Center substance abuse outpatient program made their case to the St. Albans Town Development Review Board. They sought conditional use approval for social services and move to a larger location … Read more

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Ann Morris, Anna Alger’s stepmother, hugs Alger’s ex-fiancé, Patrick Dalley, outside the Franklin County Superior Courthouse Wednesday. Alger’s family reacted emotionally after a jury found Matthew Webster guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Alger on North Main Street almost two years ago.

Webster could get life without parole

ST. ALBANS — Anna Alger loved camping and country music. Her 11-year-old daughter, Destiney, is learning to play guitar, but Anna will never listen to her practice, never proudly attend a school concert. Because on Sept. 25, 2013, Matthew Webster … Read more

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Taylor Wells, 9, of Alburgh, smiles Monday as she and Make-A-Wish Vermont CEO James Hathaway are presented with a check for $6,500 by renewable energy project developer SolarSense CEO Chris Fraga among the solar trackers at Northwest State Correctional Facility. Wells, who went on a family trip to Disney World through Make-A-Wish, has been in remission from leukemia for two years.

Watts for wishes: Solar energy partnership warms hearts

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ST. ALBANS — Everyone’s day was made a little brighter Monday. There was a Make-A-Wish Vermont donation, a foster child recovering from leukemia with her forever mom, Vermont’s dedication to clean energy finding success as solar panels churned out electricity, … Read more

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Museum storm windows restored

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From right, Ron Wanamaker (with back to camera) of Wanamaker Restoration, St. Albans Historical Society President John Newton and local consultant engineer Peter Cross stand in a cherry picker looking at the new storm windows on the exterior of the … Read more

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Engineer Peter Cross explains the section of Ferris Street east of BFA, which will be transferred to the city under a proposal to discontinue portions of the street and give them to BFA.

BFA to get portion of Ferris St.

ST. ALBANS CITY — Although portions of Ferris Street running through the Bellows Free Academy (BFA) campus are closed to vehicular traffic, they are still technically the property of St. Albans City. At Monday night’s meeting the city council restarted … Read more

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