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Coventry landfill expansion moves closer

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  by Joseph Gresser COVENTRY — A 51.2-acre expansion of the New England Waste Services of Vermont (NEWS-VT) landfill here moved a step closer to approval on October 12 when the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) Department of Environmental Conservation Solid Waste Management Program certified the landfill to continue operations. Along with its 21-page certification letter, the Solid Waste M... More »

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Slim pickings for moose hunters

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    by Paul Lefebvre ISLAND POND — Gone are the days when traffic and spectators congested the lanes of travel at the state and town highway garages here.  Missing are the racks of embroidered clothing from Maine, and food ca... More »

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In Albany: Plans for a park lead to lawsuit

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by Elizabeth Trail Late in September, a logger hired by the town of Albany began clear cuttinga section of a long-fallow piece of land the town owns at the top of Hartwell Pond Road.  According to a memo the select board hand... More »

Barton Select Board

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BARTON — The Barton Select Board, operating without Selectman Bob Croteau as has been the case since it changed its meeting time earlier this year, decided to designate Orleans Emergency Unit as the town’s ambulance service.  Barton Ambulance went out of business in July. At Tuesday’s select board meeting, 23 people, including representatives from Glover Ambulance and Orleans Emergency Unit, as we... More »

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I remember the day of the Columbine shootings where two teens killed 13 people and wounded nearly two dozen others at the Colorado high school before turning their guns on themselves. What I remember most clearly is the shock. I couldn’t immediately process what I was hearing on TV news. I... More »

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