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Arrest Follows 30-Mile Chase In Wrong Lane

Remarkably, no one was killed or seriously injured. More...

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People

State Police Arrest Two In Visit to Bethel Home

Two people were arrested in Bethel last Thursday night, after state police went to a Mills Drive residence looking for a woman who was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant The female, Allison Richards, 22, was located at the residence and arrested More...

Local Births

Friday, March 27: A daughter, Makena Rain, was born to Jesica and Bryce Woodard of Moretown. Wednesday, April 1: A son, Brennan Hamel, was born to Betsy (Dickinson) and Bryan Francis of Barre. More...

Five Driving Arrests This Week, Including One for DUI in Sharon

State police this week reported the following arrests for driving violations. More...

Opinion

ECFiber Routes Will Be Explained

Please join neighbors for an exciting presentation and discussion on plans for ECFiber in Randolph. Yes, real, fast broadband is really coming to our town!The meeting takes place this evening, Thursday, April 16, at 7 p.m. More...

150 Years Ago

Four years ago, Vermont and the nation began observance of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and its impact on the nation and Vermont. This last week wrote a climax on that terrible time. More...

What’s the Fate Of the Drive-In?

Ever since last November when the couple who leased the Randall Drive-In the past two years announced on their Facebook Page they will not be returning for the 2015 season, I have been in suspense. More...

Sports

Count ’Em: Four State Championships

Coy Lyford, son of Jeremi and Sadie Lyford of Randolph, won his fourth consecutive youth wrestling state championship title. And he did it last Saturday. Anybody who has ever played sports knows your ultimate goal is to win a championship. More...

Six-for-Six: Richburg Brings Home the Bling

Three weeks ago Randolph’s Ginny Richburg traveled to North Carolina for the National Masters Championships, “which was a blast, literally and figuratively,” said Richburg. More...

Home Opener

RUHS shortstop Kiara Nonemacher fields a grounder yesterday when the softball squad hosted BFA Fairfax in the Galloping Ghosts season opener. (Herald / Tim Calabro) More...

New Zoning Regs For Randolph? Planning Comm. To Hold Hearing On May 27

It’s been 25 years since Randolph has had a comprehensive rewrite of its zoning ordinance, but the Planning Board hopes that one can be approved this summer. More...

Tech Ctr. Names New Director

Appointee Also An Accomplished Chef

Jason Gingold, a culinary instructor at the Burlington Technical Center and former dean of academics at New England Culinary Institute (NECI), has been appointed the new director at Randolph Technical Career Center, the school announced this week. More...

Communities

RTCC Spanish Immersion Class Travels to South America

Trip Is Highlight Of New Class

It’s Thursday, April 16, and that means that the eight students in the Spanish Immersion/Global Business program at Randolph Technical Career Center are in southeastern Peru, exploring farms, food markets, and salt evaporation ponds on the edge More...

Back on the Beat: Chief Krakowiecki

Officer Stalnaker Promoted to Sergeant

After a six-month absence due to a pair of injuries, Randolph Police Chief Jim Krakowiecki returned last Monday to full-time duty at the Salisbury Street police department. More...

Chaulk Takes Reins of Vermont Tech Marketing

Vermont Technical College’s new director of marketing and commu­nications had a rugged first day. Amanda Chaulk was scheduled to drive from her home in South Burlington on a February morning, the day of the biggest blizzard of the year. More...

Arts

Ukulele Orchestra Heads to the Hop

Riding the tidal wave-sized international ukulele craze they helped create, the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain will perform in the Hopkins Center’s Wednesday, April 22, at 7 p.m. More...

Violinist Kim at Artistree April 19

Pentangle Arts will present classical violinist Helen Kim, accompanied by acclaimed pianist, Sakiko Ohashi, on Sunday, April 19 at 6 p.m. at the Artistree Community Arts Center in South Pomfret. More...

Dartmouth Hosts Tribute to Sissako

With a haunting title track by the Malian singer Fatoumata Diawara, sensitivity to the people and landscape of the North African deserts, and an unsparing and yet lyrical vision of the jihadist regime that takes over the area, the 2014 film “Ti More...

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Thursday, April 16 More...

Theater

Chelsea Town Hall Route 110, Chelsea •“Chelsea High School Players present the musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” April 16 & 17 at 7 p.m.; tickets at the door. More...

Movies

The Playhouse More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Margaret Council

Brookfield, Vt.—Margaret Peg’ Council of Brookfield, Vt., passed away on April 3, 2015 at Brookside Nursing Home in White River Junction, with two of her sons by her side. She was 85. More...

Malcolm F. Davis

Williamstown, Vt.—Malcolm F. Davis, 79, passed away peacefully Monday, April 6, 2015, at the Woodridge Nursing Home in Berlin, surrounded by loving family. He was born in North Adams, Mass. More...

Stanley Tucker

Derby Line, Vt.—Stanley Tucker, 63, died April 7, 2015, after a battle with cancer. More...

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