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BFA Fairfax high school principal search committee narrows candidates down to two

FAIRFAX — The race isn’t over yet, but the BFA Fairfax principal search committee has narrowed its search down to two candidates for the pr… Read more

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Bobwhites pull away from T-birds in the second half; Matt Merrill, Cameron Currier-Blaney , and Joey Nachaczewski lead BFA

SWANTON - Bellows Free Academy-St. Alban's Matt Merrill notched the first goal for the Bobwhites early in the first half as they took on the Missisquoi Valley Union Thunderbirds in Swanton on Tuesday…

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MVSD cancels Sept. 7 school board meeting after attendees refuse to wear masks

A hush fell over the crowd of about 35 people attending the Missisquoi Valley School District’s Sept. 7 meeting when school board chair Chris Shepard made an announcement.

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Construction Notes: 8 local road projects to know about this week

Here are 8 projects that could effect your travel around Franklin and Chittenden Counties this week:

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Enjoy this photo gallery from the BFA Fairfax girls varsity soccer team's win over Danville last night!

Check out these photos of the BFA Fairfax Bullets girls game against Danville on Monday afternoon, and take a look at the article to find out just how the Bullets earned the win! 

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GALLERY: St. Albans agencies, residents, officials pay tribute to Sept. 11

ST. ALBANS CITY — Tears were shed and sirens blared at the 20th anniversary commemoration of Sept. 11, 2001, in Taylor Park on Saturday.

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This lake house in North Hero has three free kayaks you can borrow

Resting on Allen's Bay in North Hero, this lake house features three kayaks for guests to use as well as plenty of chairs to read on. There are three bedrooms in the home, each one with a queen bed.

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3 things to know before you go to Afterglow Music Festival this Saturday

ST. ALBANS — After a year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Afterglow will again bring live music, positivity and education to Franklin County this Saturday.