Wednesday, September 17 2014

Category: News

Trustees: Snow Dump Gets $62,500 Grant

Trustees: Snow Dump Gets $62,500 Grant

The Board of Trustees Village of Woodstock announced Thursday that the Village of Woodstock is the recipient of a $62,500 grant to restore the ecosystem at the snow dump located o ...

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Update: Firefighters Fix Reported Propane Leak In Village

Update: Firefighters Fix Reported Propane Leak In Village

Woodstock fire and emergency officials blocked off an area surrounding a Pleasant Street building where construction workers accidentally struck a propane tank Thursday afternoon. ...

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One Injured In Route 4 Accident

One Injured In Route 4 Accident

Hartford emergency officials took one person to the hospital after a car crashed into a tractor-trailer unit on Route 4 Thursday morning. ...

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This Week’s Headlines, September 11, 2014

This Week’s Headlines, September 11, 2014

Mother Goose? Read these stories on the eEdition, new every Wednesday night at 8 p.m., pick it up off the newsstands or subscribe. Top Headlines War Re-enactors Call Off Event Ove ...

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Man Hits Parked Vehicle In Woodstock

Man Hits Parked Vehicle In Woodstock

A man struck the side of a parked van as he traveled east on Route 4 in Woodstock Tuesday around 3:30 p.m. ...

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Why Diets Don’t Work For Most People — And What Does

Why Diets Don’t Work For Most People — And What Does

Many of us struggle with our weight or know a family member or friend who is always riding the diet roller coaster. People endure low-calorie diets and ambitious exercise programs ...

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Pentangle Arts Announces New Managing Director

Pentangle Arts Announces New Managing Director

Pentangle Arts’ Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the hire of Alita Wilson in the new position of Managing Director. Pentangle’s former Executive Director, Gary Wood, will ...

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Part of Route 106 Closed Tuesday

Part of Route 106 Closed Tuesday

Route 106 is closed today between Weathersfield in Reading until 2 p.m. Tuesday. ...

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A Long and Winding Trail, Working Faulkner Trail

A Long and Winding Trail, Working Faulkner Trail

It was a summer job with a difference for Ray Kurek, 16, of East Barnard: he didn’t expect to be crushing rocks like a convict. Ray was a member of the 10-strong Vermont Youth Con ...

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VTF&W Seeks Bear Teeth From Hunters

VTF&W Seeks Bear Teeth From Hunters

Vermont bear hunting starts Sept. 1, and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is reminding successful bear hunters to submit a bear tooth so that wildlife managers can collect ...

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