Local Births

Wednesday, March 22: A Son, Callahan Ducey, was born to Tatum McGlynn and Stephen Ducey of Williamstown. Friday, March 24: A daughter, Ellimae Runnals, was born to Tasha Porter and Travis Runnals of East Randolph. Saturday, March 25: A son, Hudson, was born to Lauren and Christopher Chapin of Clarendon; a daughter, Daisy MacAuley, was born to Kimberly Bartlett and […]

News of Area Students

Erica Kurash of South Royalton was recently initiated into the Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society, at St. Lawrence University in Lexington, Va. Elise Marie Yialiades of Randolph Center was valedictorian at the VTC’s VAST graduation held this week. Emma Henault of Tunbridge is this year’s recipient of the First-Year Writing Prize at Elmira College in […]

Young Shakespeareans

First Branch Middle School’s fifth and sixth graders (pictured in their final scene at the Chelsea Town Hall) wrapped up two magical and mystical performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” May 4 & 5 as the culmination of a partnership with BridgeUP, a ‘Shakespeare in Schools’ program with Northern Stage. Teaching artists spent three days per week for eight weeks […]

News of Area Students

Bella Turner-Burrell of Rochester, has been named to the Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society at Curry College in Milton, Mass. Membership in the society is limited to those students who have achieved Dean’s List every semester while enrolled at Curry College.

Former Granville Resident To Appear on ‘Shark Tank’

Brooke Werner Knaus, who grew up in Granville as the daughter of Steven and Kathy Werner, and was chosen as Miss Vermont in 2009, will appear on the “Shark Tank” reality TV show to be aired on Friday, May 19 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on ABC. Later in the year, it will be rerun on Hulu and streaming facilities. […]

Puzzling Over the White River Valley

Crossword Hobby Helps Musselman Learn About New Home

Ryder Musselman is a recent transplant to Braintree and he’s got an uncommon hobby. Musselman is a cruciverbalist—a constructor of crossword puzzles. Most avid crossword enthusiasts can count on one finger the number of famous crossword puzzle setters they know. That single name would be Will Shortz, the estimable puzzle editor for the New York Times, but there are thousands […]

Local Births

Saturday, April 1: A son, Jules Zavier, was born to Christiana and Walker Blackwell of Washington. Monday, April 10: A son, Calvin Claude Powell, was born to Brittany Tremblay and Ricky Powell of Montpelier. Tuesday, April 11: A son, Milo Neil Latham, was born to Leah Castellini and Miles Latham of Killington. Wednesday, April 12: A daughter, Aria Marie Perkins, […]

New Graduate School Dean At Vt. Law & Graduate School

Vermont Law and Graduate School (VLGS) has announced the hiring of Daniel Bromberg as the inaugural dean of its graduate school, following a national search assisted by executive search firm WittKieffer. The graduate school, which includes programming for the VLGS School for the Environment and Center for Justice Reform, was launched in 2022 as part of a longterm growth plan […]

Barnard Resident Launches E-Newspaper to Connect Neighbors

George Keller, 78, spends much of his time sitting at his computer, listening to the radio, and reading newsletters from co-op natural food stores around the country. “I receive about 600 per month,” he said, and he reads every single one of them. Keller looks for the community minded stories and collates them into a national e-newsletter called The Co-op […]

Lance Is Communications VP At Vt. Law & Graduate School

The Vermont Law and Graduate School in South Royalton has hired Lisa Lance as vice president of communications. In this role, Lance will develop communications strategies to promote, enhance and protect the reputation of Vermont Law and Graduate School. She will build the institution’s brand and value proposition, manage public relations strategy and increase awareness around the school’s mission—to educate […]

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