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Royalton senior center struggles to make ends meet
02-04-2024 9:01 PM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

ROYALTON — A group of women gathered at a table at the South Royalton Area Senior Citizens Center, waiting for lunch to be served.They talked about the weather — cold, but at least the snow was holding off — and exchanged news about the goings on in...


Mass. woman dies in collision at Royalton train crossing
01-31-2024 9:27 AM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

SOUTH ROYALTON — A 92-year-old grandmother from Massachusetts who apparently lost her way while driving was killed when her vehicle was struck by a train at a railroad crossing in South Royalton early Wednesday, a tragic outcome for worried family...


Royalton’s early run
01-30-2024 11:53 AM


Truth and reconciliation focus of Vermont law school’s MLK event
01-15-2024 2:00 AM

By CHRISTINA DOLAN

SOUTH ROYALTON — Mia Schultz, who relocated to Bennington, Vt., from Southern California in 2016, describes herself as a “former insurance claims adjuster turned activist.”“Vermont is like no other place I’ve ever been to before,” Schultz, who is...


Draining duty in South Royalton
01-11-2024 10:47 AM


Upper Valley man has bail revoked in Mass.
12-15-2023 8:37 AM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A South Royalton man who is facing multiple charges of breaking into neighbors’ homes and violating his conditions of release had his bail revoked and is being held in a Massachusetts jail.Jesse Durkee, of Avery Lane in South...


Rescue squad serving Royalton, Sharon and Tunbridge fundraising for new station
12-02-2023 7:18 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

SOUTH ROYALTON — The South Royalton Rescue Squad is about halfway to its goal of raising $865,000 for a new crew quarters and garage.The squad responds to emergency calls in Royalton, Sharon and part of Tunbridge, as well as a 12-mile stretch of...


‘Happy place’ in South Royalton
11-14-2023 4:38 PM


Out & About: Volunteers needed to help with Upper Valley Thanksgiving meals
11-12-2023 5:52 AM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

SOUTH ROYALTON — Volunteers are needed to help with two free community Thanksgiving Day meals taking place in the Upper Valley.Vermont Law and Graduate School is hosting a meal on the holiday, which is on Nov. 23 this year, as well as coordinating...


Out & About: Forums aim to connect veterans with their communities
11-05-2023 2:58 AM

By LIZ SAUCHELLI

SOUTH ROYALTON — When Sean Braunstein returned to New Hampshire after serving in the Army, the transition back to civilian life was a challenge.“When you sign up, you’re basically signing your life as a blank check to the United States up to any...


In South Royalton, thrift shop was a ray of sunlight
10-15-2023 2:47 AM

By JIM KENYON

About a week ago, I got a call from Raelene Lemery, who had bittersweet news. The nonprofit thrift shop on South Royalton’s main street that she’s run for 40 years is closing later this month.I say bittersweet because Lemery has been a one-person...


Bethel man faces involuntary manslaughter charge in overdose death
10-14-2023 8:21 AM

By JOHN LIPPMAN

ROYALTON — A Bethel man faces criminal charges after allegedly failing to aid a South Royalton woman who overdosed at his residence or call emergency responders in a timely manner before she died early this year, police said.Jody White, 54, has been...


White River Partnership seeks volunteers for cleanup 
09-08-2023 2:55 PM

SOUTH ROYALTON — The White River is in need of a tuneup. The White River Partnership is calling for volunteers to help remove trash this Sunday along the waterway left by this summer’s heavy rain and floodwaters.At 10 a.m., participants should meet at...


Royalton Memorial Library shut down after COVID exposure
09-07-2023 10:15 PM

Staff Report SOUTH ROYALTON — The Royalton Memorial Library is closed for five days due to staff being exposed to a positive COVID-19 case and a lack of back-up coverage.The library, located at 23 Alexander Place in South Royalton, plans to reopen...


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...


VLGS to host legal clinics for FEMA help in South Royalton, other towns
09-01-2023 4:01 PM

SOUTH ROYALTON — Vermont Law and Graduate School is scheduled to host three free clinics this month to help people affected by this summer’s flooding to apply for assistance.The first is scheduled to take place in South Royalton on Wednesday from 11...


Royalton talk explores Abenaki sites and history
08-09-2023 9:12 AM

By RAY COUTURE

ROYALTON — Applause rang out inside the Royalton Academy Building Saturday afternoon as John Moody rose in front of a packed audience, but Moody was quick to shush it.Moody, who runs the Winter Center for Indigenous Traditions in Norwich along with...


Upper Valley large animal vet is a rare breed
08-06-2023 1:56 PM

By ALEX HANSON

The first call of the day, to vaccinate a treasured cow and her calf, exemplifies what Taylor Hull loves about her job.Anna Poulin, one of the daughters in Poulin and Daughters Family Farm in Randolph, plans to take her cow Peaches and her calf to the...


In Vermont, water issues require site-specific solutions
07-31-2023 5:05 AM

By FRANCES MIZE

ROYALTON — Until midday Thursday, more than two weeks after this month’s historic flooding, customers of the town’s volunteer-run fire district, which brings water to 200 users in South Royalton village, had to boil their water for 60 seconds before...


Maverick Lloyd Foundation gives $2.5 million to Vermont Law and Graduate School
07-29-2023 6:40 AM

By MAX SCHEINBLUM

The Sharon-based Maverick Lloyd Foundation has made a donation to Vermont Law and Graduate School that is among the biggest the school has ever received.Announced in the wake of flooding not seen in Vermont since Tropical Storm Irene, a $2.5 million...

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