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EPA: Pike Hill copper mine cleanup progresses
07-01-2024 6:31 PM

By HALEY CLOUGH

CORINTH — The cleanup of the abandoned Pike Hill Copper Mine, a federal Superfund site, is moving forward with the treatment of contaminated soil and sediment scheduled for late summer and early fall, the Environmental Protection Agency indicated last...

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Corinth voters approve property tax exemptions
05-09-2024 6:00 PM

CORINTH — Voters approved property tax exemptions for four properties in town at a special Town Meeting on Tuesday, according to the town clerk.The four properties include:■East Corinth Fire Department: Cookville Station, which is assessed for...


Property tax exemptions on agenda for Corinth’s special Town Meeting
05-06-2024 4:34 PM

CORINTH — Corinth is scheduled to hold a special Town Meeting on Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. to consider property tax exemptions for four properties in town. The four properties include East Corinth Fire Department: Cookville Station, which is assessed...


Takeout for a cause in Corinth
04-02-2024 2:54 PM


Nonprofit community ski hill sees one of the worst seasons in memory
03-08-2024 6:33 PM

By FRANCES MIZE

EAST CORINTH — A few weeks ago, Ben Nalette, a freshman alpine skier at Thetford Academy, was using rub-on hard wax to try to coax his skis into better shape for the dicey cover at Northeast Slopes.Rain had made the main face of the hill slick with...


Corinth elects town, school officers
03-07-2024 1:35 PM

CORINTH — Voters elected town officers in uncontested races at the polls on Tuesday.Holly Groschner earned a one-year term on the Selectboard and Stephen DeVoto earned a three-year term on the board. On the school side, Jeremiah Goyette earned a...


Town Meeting preview: Corinth capital equipment fund up
02-25-2024 11:43 AM

Article of note: The proposed highway capital equipment fund is $130,000 to be raised by taxes, which is up from $89,000 that voters approved last year.Contested races: There are no contested races this year.Budgets and spending articles: The proposed...


Police: School bus driver gets DUI, no students present
02-13-2024 4:44 PM

CORINTH — A 25-year-old school bus driver faces a DUI charge and other offenses after the vehicle she was operating crashed in Corinth on Monday afternoon.There were no students on board the bus at the time of the crash although the driver had been...


Vermont’s trained leashed dogs help recover wounded game
12-16-2023 2:25 AM

By FRANCES MIZE

CORINTH — What a .308-caliber rifle started during Vermont’s deer hunting season, a dog’s nose was called upon to finish.Last month, Corinth hunter Ron Pierce shot — but didn’t immediately drop — a 130-pound buck that then disappeared out of sight. He...


Out of season in East Corinth
12-08-2023 4:33 AM

Friends Paige Smith, left, of East Corinth, Adi Maverick, of Corinth, and Harper Green, of East Corinth, balance on a diving board over a pond on land owned by Maverick’s family on Nov. 25. During the summer, they swim in the pond, and on this cold...


EPA to host meeting about Pike Hill mine cleanup in Corinth
05-26-2023 3:22 PM

CORINTH — The Environmental Protection Agency is set to host an informational meeting on Tuesday to update the public on the status of the Pike Hill mine cleanup.Preparations for the federally-funded cleanup of the former copper mine, which is listed...


Too cool for pool
05-18-2023 10:40 PM


Town Meeting: Corinth voters applaud road crew 
03-10-2023 11:16 PM

CORINTH — In floor voting on Tuesday, voters approved a highway fund budget of $883,000, of which $659,000 is to be raised by taxes, and gave a round of applause to the road crew, according to minutes from the meeting.In an hand vote of 40-22, voters...


Town Meeting preview: Corinth voters to hear report on spending federal ARPA funds
02-28-2023 3:47 PM

Article of note: Voters will hear a report from the Selectboard on its plans for spending the town’s federal funds received through the American Rescue Plan Act.Contested races: There are no contested races.Budgets and spending articles: Voters will...


Jim Kenyon: Bad trap gives a bad rap to legal animal capture
01-08-2023 4:16 AM

By JIM KENYON

When Pete Stever, who trapped his first muskrat at age 12 on his family’s farm in West Fairlee, heard about what had happened in East Corinth last month, he knew immediately what it meant.“It doesn’t look good,” he said. “It only takes one bad egg to...


East Corinth man sentenced to nine months in explosives case
05-25-2020 9:13 PM

By MIKE DONOGHUE

BURLINGTON — A 42-year-old East Corinth man has received a nine-month federal prison sentence for possessing explosive materials during a traffic stop on Interstate 91 in Hartford last year. Mark A. Mattiace, 42, was credited during his sentencing in...


Illustrated Interview: Tania Aebi, of Corinth
12-07-2017 2:22 PM

INTERVIEW AND ILLUSTRATION BY SHAWN BRALEY

Corinth — Rarely has a newspaper headline been more wrong.Almost exactly 30 years ago, in the fall of 1987, 21-year-old Tania Aebi was on the final leg of her 2½-year solo circumnavigation of the world — a nonstop, 52-day, 3,000-mile push across the...

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