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This Week’s Headlines, May 8, 2014

May 7, 2014

in News,This Weeks Headlines

A Clean Green Up?

Robert Maynard holds a doll he found while cleaning trash in Taftsville during Green Up Day Saturday. – More Photos
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Top Headlines

Green Up Day Officials: No Drug Paraphernalia Found
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Man Rams Food Truck Over Row With Owner
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

For One Group, Animal Cruelty Cases Adding Up
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

More Often In Vermont, Home is Where School Is
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Getting A ‘Bang’ Out Of Hartland Artist’s Work
by Dillon Walsh, Standard Correspondent

Jury Convicts West Woodstock Man Of Aggravated Assault
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Police: Bridgewater Man Struck Same Victim Again
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Town Of Killington Seeks Grants For Bike Trails
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

West Windsor Voters Approve Sewer Bond
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

Hartland Adopts Testing Policy For Town Drivers
by Katy Savage, Standard Staff

Bridgewater Fire Chief Bruce Maxham Retires After 16 Years
by Linda Maxham, Bridgewater Corners

Nonchalant Moose Surprises West Woodstock Residents
by Dorothea Mongulla, Special to the Standard

Film Explains National Effort To Challenge Citizens United Decision
by Ron Miller, Special to the Standard

Local Housing Trust Has Loans To Assist In Home Repair

(Take a look at the schedule and results for the season so far – click here)

Woodstock Boys Lacrosse Back To Winning Ways
by George Calver, Standard Correspondent

‘Resilient’ Baseball Team Stays Undefeated
by David Miles, Standard Correspondent

Rutland Rolls Against Girls Tennis Team
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

Softball Team Improved, But Looking For Breakthrough
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

The Nature Cure: Why You Should Take Your Fitness Routine Outside
by Anne Richter Arnold, Take It Outside

OBITUARIESall obituaries

Committal Services - Charlotte BarrLucian GilbertBarbara Lattanzi
Edna Keleher
Evered Hinkley
Frank Perron Sr
Janet Blood
Joan Wetherell
John Dix
Katherine Tuttle
Marilyn Ware
Nancy Patenaude
Vaughan Taylor

Jonathan Paglia – A Funeral service for Jonathan A. Paglia, 38, who died May 5 will be held on Friday, May 9 at 1 p.m. at the Bridgewater Congregational Church. A visitation will be held on Thursday, May 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Cabot Funeral Home in Woodstock.


Pentangle’s Annual Community Showcase
This yearly tradition brings together artists of all ages on the Pentangle stage for a grand celebration of neighbors performing for neighbors.

Green Up Day – Barnard
Barnard Helping Hands and the BGS teamed up to provide free hot beverages and muffins for volunteers at the store.

Chefs of the Valley
The 8th annual Chefs Of The Valley benefit for Upper Valley Haven was held on Saturday at the Quechee Club. The event was sold out.

Cantare Con Spirito, Performs Brahm
Cantare Con Spirito rehearsed at the Norman Williams Public Library for performances held around the area recently.

Hartland Green Up Day
Hartland held their Green Up Day on Saturday, also celebrating with a community lunch after the clean up.

Scouts Bottle Drive / Woodstock Green Up
Green Up Day in Woodstock brought out members of the community to help clean up the roads. The Boy Scouts Troop #220 collected bottle at the Jungle.

WUHS Girls Tennis
The Woodstock Union High School girls team took on Bellows Falls.

Woodstock Track
Woodstock’s track team joined many other schools for the annual Fenn Relays held in Brattleboro.

WUHS Junior/Senior Prom
Woodstock Union High School held their prom at the Woodstock Inn.

Also Inside
Feature Spring Dining …. Take a look

Summer Camps… Take a look

Announcing the Vermont Standard’s Spring Photo Contest


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