October 30, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Art Gallery Opens On Main Street

Juried Space Will Be Open for Holidays

Two Randolph women, Melanie Considine and Stephanie Tyler, will open “Art of Vermont” on Main Street in Randolph, in the 1900-sq.-ft. storefront formerly occupied by Bud ‘n Bella’s Books. More...

Town Clerks Tapped By Campaigns for Data

Different Offices Respond Differently To Extra Work Load

Elections ramp up the workload for town clerks. More...

Election 2014

The Candidate Questionnaire

The candidates for state representative and state senator are responding on these pages to a series of questions posed by The Herald. THE QUESTIONS 1. What is your position on Gov. More...

Special Sections

People

Local Births

Tuesday, Oct. 7: A son, Steven Allen, was born to Hannah (Lovely) and Michael Haskins of Montpelier. Fletcher Allen HC Sunday, Oct. 5: A son, Jace James, was born to Arielle (Dudek) and James Huckett of Williston. More...

“I’m One”

Hello! My name is Conner Ryan Hoyt and I turned one year old on October 21, 2014. I live in Tunbridge with my mommy, Jodi M. Emerson, my daddy, John L. Hoyt Jr., and my kitty, Manny. My Grandpa is John Hoyt Sr. More...

Arts

‘Ransom’ Coming to Chandler Nov.8

The White River Valley Players’ acclaimed production of their original Civil War drama, “Ransom,” will conclude its tour with a performance Saturday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m at Chandler Music Hall in Randolph. More...

The DuPont Brothers November 7 at Chandler

The DuPont Brothers will be the first performers in Chandler’s new “First Friday” series, on Friday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Upper Gallery at the Chandler Center for the Arts on Main Street in Randolph. More...

SoRo Players Present ‘The Matchmaker’

The SoRo Players will present “The Matchmaker,” a comedy by Thornton Wilder, November 6, 7, and 8 at 7:30 p.m. at South Royalton High School. More...

Calendar - Free Access

Calendar

Thursday, Oct. 30 •One Act Play Festival. Presented by the Chelsea Mountain Players, tickets at the door, 6:30 p.m., Chelsea Town Hall. Friday, Oct. 31 More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Edward King

Raleigh, N . C . — Former Randolph resident Edward (Ed) F. King, born on July 10, 1939 in Springfield, Mass. to the late Edward F and Sylvia Bernier King, died October 22, 2014 at Rex Hospital in Raleigh, N.C. after a brief illness. More...

William A. Murawski

Tunbridge— William A. Murawski, 58, passed away on Saturday, October 18, 2014, at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, after a period of serious illness. The son of Sgt. Edward S. More...

Madge M. Davis

Bethel—Madge M. Davis, 86, of Bethel, died Tuesday morning, Oct. 21, 2014 at Medway Manor in Medway, Mass. More...

Randolph Loses Two Businesses

Aubuchon, And Sidewalk Florist Close Their Doors

Employees and shoppers alike were shocked Friday to find that the Aubuchon Hardware store at the Justin Morgan Marketplace had abruptly closed without warning. More...

Vt. Politicians Play the Money Game

Outside Dollars Become Increasingly Important

Although Vermont is not seeing the volume of PAC (political action committee) campaign spending that is evident in many states, big money has definitely arrived. More...

VSC Makes Smith’s Post Permanent

At a meeting in Brattleboro today, the Vermont State Colleges board is expected to appoint Daniel Smith as permanent president of Vermont Technical College, sources said this week. More...

School Districts Start Merger Process

OWSU, WNWSU Want Equal Status

Last Thursday, the executive boards of the Orange Windsor Supervisory Union and the Windsor Northwest Supervisory Union, along with members of the Merger Task Force met with Supts. Bruce Labs and Meg Powden. More...

Find Election Results Online

After election officials finish tallying up ballots next Tuesday night— or perhaps early Wednesday morning— town clerks across the state will send that information to the Secretary of State’s office. More...

Communities

Two Area Teenagers Cited In September Vehicle Thefts

After a month-long investigation of two September 16 reports of stolen cars, state police recently arrested and cited to court two young men on charges of grand larceny and operating without owner’s consent. More...

Threatening Calls Lead to Arrest

Midday on October 24, state police in Royalton received a report of a woman receiving threatening phone calls from a male. More...

Machete Threat By 17-Year-Old Is Alleged

Shortly after 9 p.m. on Monday, Oct. More...

Opinion

Thoughtfu l Responses

Many of the political candidates who responded to our election questionnaire this week gave succinct and thoughtful answers to the questions posed by The Herald. More...

Fill Your Bag

Fall reminds us that life’s short and getting shorter. Maybe that’s why we all get in drag in October and stuff ourselves silly in November and pile gifts on one another in December. We’re not stupid. We know how to have fun. More...

Health Organizations Line Up To Praise Fluoridation Programs

We want to expand on comments made at the selectboard meeting 10/21/14. More...

Sports

D-III and D-IV CVL Runners Meet Up in Chelsea

On October 18, the CVL met at Chelsea Public School for the league championship. More...

SoRo Runners Place 11th, 13th

South Royalton Cross Country athletes competed at the Vermont State Cross Country Championships at Thetford Academy on Saturday, Oct 25. Athletes took advantage of a break in the rainy weather to post season-best times. More...

RU B-ball Team Plans Trip To Hall of Fame

The RUHS baseball team is planning a trip to the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y. To help sponsor the trip, the team will hold a bingo night Friday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. at RUHS. More...

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