Thursday, November 20 2014

Category: News

White Lights On The Woodstock Green This Christmas?

White Lights On The Woodstock Green This Christmas?

Planning for the near and distant future dominated this week’s Village Trustees’ meeting as the trustees considered several planning-design review issues as well as how the Green ...

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This Week’s Headlines, November 20, 2014

This Week’s Headlines, November 20, 2014

Top headlines from this week's Vermont Standard. ...

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Quechee Man Shot By Windsor Police In Drug Sting

Quechee Man Shot By Windsor Police In Drug Sting

An arrest warrant has been issued for a Quechee man who was shot multiple times in the arm by a police officer in Windsor on Sunday afternoon when a sting operation designed to ca ...

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Woodstock Woman Arrested For Domestic Assault

Woodstock Woman Arrested For Domestic Assault

A Woodstock woman was arrested for domestic assault on Sunday after throwing items at her boyfriend and striking him in the hand. ...

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Norman Williams Library Celebrates 130 Years

Norman Williams Library Celebrates 130 Years

Centum Triginta: The Library Reaches A Major Milestone Note: The Norman Williams Public Library is celebrating its 130th anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. wit ...

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Police Make Drug Bust At Ascutney Park And Ride

Police Make Drug Bust At Ascutney Park And Ride

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Heavily armed police grabbed a Massachusetts couple at gunpoint Wednesday evening after they watched them allegedly hand over a thousand bags of heroin in e ...

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GMHA Looking For New Director After Rodd Departs

GMHA Looking For New Director After Rodd Departs

The Green Mountain Horse Association is marching on without its executive director in hopes that someone new will drive up fundraising dollars. Jane Rodd, who was hired as the exe ...

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Police Find Starving Horses At South Woodstock Farm

Police Find Starving Horses At South Woodstock Farm

About 20 emaciated horses were removed from a South Woodstock property Thursday morning for possible abuse, according to police. ...

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North Star Bakery: Generosity, Made From Scratch

North Star Bakery: Generosity, Made From Scratch

WEST WINDSOR – She started baking bread for the food shelf after she heard they were in need. “I thought, ‘Oh there’s my chance to give them some bread,’” Rathburn said. The bread ...

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The One Dream Foundation Game Thursday Night

The One Dream Foundation Game Thursday Night

NBAInternational Skills Trainer Anthony Bathalon will be at Woodstock Union High School Thursday, Nov. 13, from 7 to 9 p.m. with a few athletes he has trained. ...

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