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Central Vermont Council on Aging closes three offices
07-10-2024 5:30 PM

ROYALTON — The Central Vermont Council on Aging has closed three of its Orange County offices and opened a new one in downtown Randolph.The Barre-based nonprofit organization, which assists older adults in 54 central Vermont towns, closed the offices...

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Man gets DUI at Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery
05-28-2024 2:02 PM

RANDOLPH — Vermont State Police cited a 35-year-old Barre, Vt., man for DUI after he allegedly crashed into a flagpole at the Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery on Furnace Road on Memorial Day, according to a news release. Troopers observed signs of...


Randolph district voters narrowly pass police budget
03-07-2024 1:39 PM

RANDOLPH — In local elections on Tuesday, Molly Mullen (Harrness) beat out Tom Ayres for a two-year term on the Randolph Selectboard, 513 to 417. Aimil Parmelee won a three-year term representing Randolph on the Orange Southwest School Board. With 684...


Town Meeting results: Randolph chooses to stay the course
03-04-2024 5:39 PM

RANDOLPH — Voters at Town Meeting on Saturday opted for the status quo.In Saturday’s floor meeting at Chandler Music Hall, Randolph voters rejected two articles that would have allowed the Selectboard to appoint the town clerk and treasurer, Mary...


Town Meeting preview: Randolph weighs allowing Selectboard to appoint treasurer and clerk
02-25-2024 11:18 AM

Article of note: From the floor at Town Meeting, voters will be asked whether to authorize the Selectboard to appoint a town clerk and a town treasurer.Contested races: Three people, Thomas Remp, Martha S.K. Hafner and Aimil Parmelee, are competing to...


Recall includes dry-cured pork products sold in Upper Valley stores
02-15-2024 7:10 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

WEST LEBANON — Products containing dry-cured pork that are sold at Upper Valley grocery stores are among those that have been recalled due to a nationwide Salmonella outbreak.The meat, called Coppa, is produced by Fratelli Beretta, and is sold at...


Man faces DUI charge after being rolled over by own truck
02-08-2024 5:10 PM

RANDOLPH — A Chelsea man faces a drunk driving charge after his car rolled over him after he failed to put in park when he stopped to urinate along the side of the road.Troopers from the Royalton Barracks responded to a call on Tuesday evening of a...


Man found dead in Randolph Center cemetery
02-01-2024 5:36 PM

RANDOLPH CENTER — Police are investigating after a 39-year-old Randolph man was found dead in the Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery on Wednesday afternoon.Vermont State Police responded to a report of a dead body at the cemetery, on Furnace Road in...


Randolph man charged with arson of home
01-29-2024 5:39 PM

RANDOLPH — A Randolph man was arrested on charges of arson over the weekend, according to Vermont State Police.Clair Sherman, 40, is being held without bail at Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield, Vt., and was scheduled to appear in...


 After delays and cutbacks, Randolph hotel complex coming together
11-27-2023 3:34 AM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

RANDOLPH — Standing next to a pancake-flat concrete foundation more than twice the area of a basketball court in a clearing a few thousand yards from exit 4 on Interstate 89, Perry Armstrong viewed the scene under sunlight and clear skies one...


Jim Kenyon: A legal quest continues
11-12-2023 2:14 AM

By JIM KENYON

After a New Hampshire Superior Court judge vacated his 2008 conviction in January for assaulting a Lebanon police officer during a late-night traffic stop, Scott Traudt vowed to go on the legal offensive against the city and cops he claims were...


Green Mountain Care Board to conduct virtual listening tour
10-17-2023 4:42 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Green Mountain Care Board is conducting a virtual listening tour to hear from Vermonters about their experiences with the state’s health care system.The meetings — required under Act 167 of 2022 — to be held this month and...


Habitat for Humanity tries new approach with Randolph duplex project
10-04-2023 6:23 AM

By OLIVER YUKICA

RANDOLPH — Last month, Central Vermont’s Habitat for Humanity broke ground on its first-ever duplex project on Central Street.The project may usher in a new era of cost efficiency and green energy for some of the state’s most affordable homes,...


Gifford Health Center seeking feedback from communities it serves
09-07-2023 10:00 AM

RANDOLPH — Gifford Health Care is scheduled to hold listening sessions in four communities in its service area this month.The listening tour is being held in collaboration with Capstone Community Action, Clara Martin Center and Tri-Valley Transit, and...


Passenger in Braintree, Vt., crash dies from injuries; driver faces felony charges
08-31-2023 4:41 PM

BRAINTREE, Vt. — A driver who attempted to elude police between back-to-back crashes in Braintree, Vt., has been charged with grossly negligent operation a vehicle with death resulting, after an elderly passenger died from his injuries, according to...


Three Claremont development projects receive regional grants
08-30-2023 4:45 PM

By PATRICK O’GRADY

CLAREMONT — Three different development and revitalization projects in the city have been awarded more than $1 million in combined grants from the Northern Borders Regional Commission’s Catalyst Program.Melissa Richmond, founder and executive director...


Police: Man suffered “medical event” before crash on I-89
08-28-2023 10:04 AM

RANDOLPH — An 82-year-old Florida man died and a female passenger was injured following a motor vehicle crash on Interstate 89 in Randolph on Thursday, Vermont State Police reported.Robert Worthington, of Punta Gorda, Fla., was traveling in the...


Upper Valley golf courses recovering from damage inflicted by flooding
07-19-2023 10:10 AM

By TRIS WYKES

A pair of local golf courses were affected during last week’s rain and flooding in the White River Valley, with varying consequences.Jeff Barry, owner of Randolph’s public Montague Golf Club, said his business has reopened its first nine holes but is...


Woman sentenced in stabbing death of man known for work in restorative justice
07-08-2023 8:29 PM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

CHELSEA — A couple hundred feet from the offices of the Orange County Restorative Justice Center, where Concepcion Cruz shared his hard-earned experience to help criminal offenders pay back the debt they owe their victims, his own redeemed life was...


Name that tone on Make Music Day
06-21-2023 10:57 PM


Commencement is end of era for VTC
05-15-2023 4:00 PM

By RAY COUTURE

RANDOLPH — The Class of 2023 graduated from Vermont Technical College Sunday afternoon in what was the school’s final commencement ceremony before the school rebrands as Vermont State University starting in July of this year.The graduation began at 3...

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