Monday, October 20 2014

Photos: SummerFest In Woodstock and Chalk It Up!

Photos: SummerFest In Woodstock and Chalk It Up!

The Village of Woodstock was packed with festival goers enjoying food, activities and the local flavor of Woodstock. ArtisTree presented Chalk It Up, again this year, artist compe ...

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Website Names Woodstock A Top Pet-Friendly Town

Website Names Woodstock A Top Pet-Friendly Town

If you like pets, you may be living in the right place. Woodstock was named one of the top U.S. towns for dogs by gopetfriendly.com — a website that lists pet-friendly hotel and c ...

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**Breaking News** Kitchen Fire At Bentley’s In Woodstock

**Breaking News** Kitchen Fire At Bentley’s In Woodstock

A fire that originated in the kitchen of Bentley's Restaurant in downtown Woodstock yesterday evening was contained after Woodstock Fire Chief Butch Sutherland and crew responded ...

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Zack Frates Obituary

Zack Frates Obituary

Zack Frates, died unexpectedly Sunday. Frates was the inspiration for Zack’s Place, a community enrichment center for people with special needs. ...

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Meeting Held In Respose to Disaster, Woodstock

Meeting Held In Respose to Disaster, Woodstock

A community meeting held Wednesday night at the Woodstock Elementary School highlighted several resources for Woodstock residents: * For the latest road closings go to 511.Vermont ...

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Transportation Update: Killington to Woodstock/Quechee

Transportation Update: Killington to Woodstock/Quechee

Westbound (Woodstock to Killington) o Open from 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. o Closed all other times - Eastbound (Killington to Woodstock) o Open from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. o Closed al ...

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FEMA Brings Supplies To Woodstock

FEMA Brings Supplies To Woodstock

The supplies arrived at the fire station less than 24 hours after they were first requested. ...

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Woodstock: 60 Years Ago-When Will The Spending Stop?

Woodstock: 60 Years Ago-When Will The Spending Stop?

The picture this week was sent to me by Harold Potter, WHS Class of 1944. ...

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