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La vie en rose in Randolph
05-08-2023 8:52 PM

Vermont program aims to boost number of primary care doctors
05-07-2023 6:03 AM


RANDOLPH — Primary care physicians are hard to find. That shortage is among the factors that make it difficult to get an appointment in the Twin States and beyond.“It is truly supply and demand,” said Stuart May, CEO of the Morrisville, Vt.-based...

Art Notes: New Chandler director has Upper Valley roots
05-03-2023 5:22 PM


Over the last several years, Barnard native Chloe Powell has made a niche out of bringing the world to her small town.She started the music series at Feast & Field, Barnard’s well-loved summer farmers market. She regularly brings in not only the cream...

Kenyon: Underpaid at Gifford
04-23-2023 4:28 AM


In late December, two longtime respiratory therapists at Gifford Medical Center in Randolph discovered an unexpected bonanza — roughly $100,000 each — in their final paychecks of 2022.Until last year, Timothy Flanagan and David Gehlbach were unaware...

LGBTQIA+ Health Summit to be held in Randolph on Saturday
04-21-2023 1:36 PM

RANDOLPH — An LGBTQIA+ Health Summit, organized by Pride Center of Vermont, Out in the Open and Outright Vermont, is scheduled to take place at virtually and at Vermont Technical College on Saturday.The event, which is scheduled to run from 8 a.m....

Child care centers in Randolph, Woodstock on track to open
04-03-2023 4:47 PM


RANDOLPH — Despite increased costs and a longer timeline, a new child care center off Route 66 near Exit 4 on Interstate 89 is moving forward.The White River Junction-based Green Mountain Economic Development Corp. took ownership on March 7 of the...

Young chess players descend on Randolph for Sanders’ statewide event
04-03-2023 5:52 AM


RANDOLPH — 11-year old Alex Belitsos’s brow furrowed as he watched his queen get toppled over and removed from the board.The chess match with his opponent, fellow 11-year-old Melia Rose, of Dummerston, had been a blur of tactical moves that saw...

Nominations open for M. Dickey Drysdale Music Scholarship
03-21-2023 2:01 PM

RANDOLPH — The M. Dickey Drysdale Music Scholarship Fund — named for the late M. Dickey Drysdale, longtime editor and publisher of the White River Valley Herald — is accepting nominations from music instructors who teach high school seniors.The...

Town Meeting: Randolph rejects police department
03-10-2023 11:10 PM

RANDOLPH — Voters residing in the Randolph Police District rejected a police budget of $771,000, of which $499,000 would have come from taxes, in Tuesday’s ballot voting.The tally was 227 against to 136 for. If the budget passed, it would have...

Town Meeting: Randolph residents weigh new police department after Orange County sheriff can’t fulfill contract
03-02-2023 6:59 PM


RANDOLPH — Perry Armstrong’s business in Randolph has been broken into four times since November, but one incident, caught on video cameras, stands out as more brazen than normal.Armstrong, owner of tent rental company Rain or Shine Events, said video...

Town Meeting preview: Funding new Randolph police force before voters
02-28-2023 2:01 PM

Articles of note: Voters residing in the Police District will be asked to approve a budget of $771,000, of which $499,000 would come from taxes. Voters also will be asked to grant the Randolph Senior Citizens Center a five-year property tax...

Broken things brought back to life at Randolph Repair Fair
02-25-2023 8:08 PM


RANDOLPH — Sharon Rives strolled into the basement of the Bethany United Church of Christ in Randolph on Saturday morning holding a cardboard box filled with tangled headphone wires, three broken CD players,and a dream of one day getting to listen to...

Center launches peer support program in Orange County
01-23-2023 6:08 PM

RANDOLPH — Clara Martin Center has announced a new peer support program.Through the program, developed as part of the Orange County mental health agency’s Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic expansion of services, people with their own lived...

Number of marijuana outlets grows in Upper Valley
01-21-2023 12:28 PM


WINDSOR — In recent weeks, three more Upper Valley cannabis dispensaries have opened their doors, bringing the region’s total to five.Two of the new shops are in Windsor: Just prior to the new year, on Dec. 21, Depot Shop on Depot Street opened its...

Wife and husband open Filipino-inspired restaurant in Randolph
11-14-2022 1:25 PM


In the Filipino language Tagalog, the word “kuya,” or “brother,” is a sign of respect, a mark of amiable connection that precedes a person’s name. Kuya is also the name of a recently opened Filipino-American restaurant in Randolph that is bringing the...

On one Vermont dairy farm, the farmers churn, but the devotion endures
07-24-2022 3:05 AM


Sophie Roe’s custom-made creamery arrived on an icy February morning. The retrofitted red shipping container came equipped with a separator, a pasteurizer, a churn — everything she needed to make butter. Most importantly, it met all state and federal...

Nod for prestigious James Beard Award stuns owners of Thai restaurant Saap in Randolph
06-07-2022 10:00 PM


RANDOLPH — Until this spring, Nisachon “Rung” Morgan had never heard of James Beard.She grew up on a farm in Isaan, in northern Thailand, with eight brothers and sisters and had never cooked professionally. Before she and her husband, Steve Morgan,...

Closing of Randolph dentist further shrinks options for Medicaid recipients
04-08-2022 6:16 AM


RANDOLPH — Following the retirement of a dentist early this year, there is no longer a dental practice in Randolph that accepts new patients covered by Medicaid, further exacerbating problems with access to oral care for some of the state’s least...

Police: Couple went on crime spree
05-24-2021 10:12 PM


EAST RANDOLPH — Police have charged a man with ties to the White River Valley in a string of property crimes that ended Friday evening with his arrest in East Randolph after he’d stolen a septic truck, police said. A woman who police said joined in...

Randolph man pleads not guilty to molesting children, filming houseguests in bathroom
05-22-2020 9:16 PM


CHELSEA — A 62-year-old Randolph man has pleaded not guilty to accusations he sexually assaulted two children and secretly recorded several children and adults in his home, according to court documents.Michael Hartigan was arraigned last week in...

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