This Week’s Headlines, September 29, 2011

September 28, 2011

in News,This Weeks Headlines

Bunny Love

Activity In Killington continues despite the damage from Tropical Storm Irnen, and this bunny, in front of SunUp Bakery, is just one of the majestic hay sculptures visitors can see around town as part of the annual Hay Festival, going on until mid-October.Photo provided by the town of Killington
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Burglaries Are Likely Connected, Police Say
by Eric Francis, Special to the Standard

JavaPop Founder Indicted For Defrauding Investors
by Eric Francis, Special to the Standard

Suspect in Car Thefts Face Ten Charges
by Eric Francis, Special to the Standard

Zack Frates, Inspiration For ‘Zack’s Place’ Has Died
by Kim Jackson, Special to the Standard

Bridgewater Mill Ball is Open
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

All Roads Lead To Vermont

WUHM Welcomes New English, Global Studies Teacher
by Audrey Richardson, Special to the Standard

WUHS Students Tell of Life On ‘Killington Island’
by Molly Koch, Special to the Standard

Spooky Woodstock: Who Says History’s Dead

Between The Stacks: New Rooms At NWPL Present Possiblities
by Nan Borne, Special to the Standard

Many Thanks To Woodstock For Assisting Plymouth Food Shelf
by Margo Marrone, Special To The Standard

Click here to read the full obituaries on the following local community members.
Zachary Frates
Blanche Pierce
William Flower
Morgan Vail
Susan Webb

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