This Week’s Headlines, July 26, 2012

July 25, 2012

in News,This Weeks Headlines

End Of The ‘Jungle’ As We Know It?

Tony Marquis Photo
One of the buildings on the property owned by Bill Alsup in the east end. A group of residents want to fix up the area around the building in hopes of spurring economic growth.
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Summer Fest @ Purple Crayon Production / ArtisTree
Change The World Kids in Costa Rica

Bridgewater Man Drowns In Lake Amherst - read the full story
By Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Police Are Stepping Up Patrols In The Wake of Burglaries
by Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Grievances Pile Up In Plymouth
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

End Of The ‘Jungle’ As We Know It?Read It Here
by Tony Marquis, Standard Staff

Town Tests Turn off of Streetlights
By Gwen Stanley, Standard Staff

Windsor Southwest Supervisory Union Head Steps Down – Read the full story
Staff Report

ECFiber-FairPoint Face Off In High-Speed Internet Debate
by Michelle Fields, Special to the Standard

Rubblebucket’s Sound Rooted In Taftsville Family, Trees – Read The Story / Watch the Video
by Katy Savage, Special To The Standard

Volunteers Play Vital Role At Norman Williams Public Library
by Paul Bousquet, Special to the Standard

West Windsor Suspends Sewer Purchase Talks Until Clear Title Is Established
by Tom Kenyon, West Windsor News

Revived Community Garden In Quechee Is Really Astonishing
by Helen Clark, Quechee News

Amateur Filmmakers, Hikers Capture Drama Of Appalachian Trail
by Katy Savage, Special to the Standard

Chinese Students Enjoy Vermont’s People, Ice Cream
by Virginia Dean, Special to the Standard

Billings Farm Preps For 26th Edition Of Quilt Exhibition

Legislators Rated On Their Support Of Key Business Issues

Hockey Tradition Spans Generations For One Pomfret Family
by Michelle Fields, Special To The Standard

West Windsor Hopes Trails Become Hub For Hikers, Bikers
by George Calver, Special To The Standard

31st Annual Prouty Bike, Walk And Row Against Cancer Sets Fundraising and Registration Records

Click here to view all obituaries.In this week’s Standard
Michael Bivins
Leslie O’Malley
William Henne

Photo Galleries from events found in this week’s Vermont Standard.
Hartland Farmers’ Market
National Park Exhibits Polli Glass
The 88th Annual St. James Fair
Summer Fest at Purple Crayon Productionsand Video
Vermont 100 Mile Ride & Run
Nordic Ski Practice In The Summer


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