Category Archives: Local News

Local News
March 5, 2019

Woodstock approves climate change articles

Incumbent select board member John Doten, Jr. defeated challenger Eden Marceau-Piconi 436-310 on Tuesday. Woodstock voters unanimously approved the $3.9 million budget from a floor vote on Saturday March, 2….

Local News
March 5, 2019

Rutland city approves town, school budgets

Incumbent Rutland Mayor David Allaire won re-election for his two-year seat against Michel Messier 1707-657 Tuesday night. Messier also lost in a bid for city treasurer 1963-429 to incumbent Mary Markowski. All of…

Local News
March 5, 2019

Claffey defeats McGrath, all articles pass

Newcomer Chuck Claffey widely defeated incubment Patty McGrath 202-110 votes at Town Meeting Day Tuesday, March 5. McGrath has lived in Killington for 28 years and served as selectwoman for…

Record winds
Local News
February 28, 2019

Record winds

High winds battered the region earlier this week, setting a new record for February at the summit of Mount Washington in N.H. On Monday, Feb. 25, the Hays Chart (above)…

Presidents week was strong for business
Featured
February 27, 2019

Presidents week was strong for business

By David Young, courtesy  Killington Resort A young skier practices tricks in a park at Killington Resort. Conditions have been great and local resorts are 100 percent open. Now Killington,…

Local News
February 27, 2019

‘ Same goals, different perspectives ’

Two Killington Select Board candidates vie for seat By Curt Peterson KILLINGTON—A dozen hardy souls braved a whiteout snowstorm Monday, Feb. 25, to hear the two candidates for Killington Select…

Local News
February 27, 2019

School budget up slightly, some rates down

By Katy Savage Despite consolidating schools and restructuring staff to find savings, the Windsor Central Supervisory Union budget is up slightly. The $18 million budget, to be presented to voters…

Local News
February 27, 2019

Barstow proposes nearly flat budget

By Russell Jones CHITTENDEN — The Barstow Unified Union school board has proposed a budget increase of less than 1 percent for the 2020 fiscal year. The .78 percent increase,…