Tag Archives: Cavendish Vermont

Glimmerstone Quarry future hangs in the balance
Featured
August 29, 2018

Glimmerstone Quarry future hangs in the balance

By Julia Purdy

CAVENDISH—Tierney Road has become the focus of contention among neighbors over the proposed reopening of a small rock quarry at the end of this mile-long town road that climbs a wooded hillside. Brightly-colored signs reading “Stop the Tierney Road Quarry” stud the…

Local News
May 30, 2018

Stern to challenge incumbent governor Scott

By Stephen Seitz

CAVENDISH—Republican gubernatorial candidate Keith Stern brought his campaign to Cavendish on May 24, where he discussed what was on the minds of area voters.

Don Shattuck, like Stern a Springfield resident, shared a beef he had with the…

Local News
May 9, 2018

Cavendish Elementary to keep principal’s position

By Stephen Seitz

CAVENDISH—Following a special meeting on April 30, the Green Mountain Unified School District (GMUSD) board has decided to permanently retain the principal’s position at Cavendish Town Elementary School.

The original plan had been to hire an interim principal for a year, who…

Local News
May 2, 2018

Back to Square One in Cavendish principal search

By Stephen Seitz

CAVENDISH — Cavendish Town Elementary School is once again looking for an interim principal.

The position became available with the retirement of current principal George Thomson, who will remain on the job until June 30.

“We went through the search process for…

Arts, Dining & Entertainment
January 17, 2018

Cavendish to host home weatherization workshop

CAVENDISH—The Cavendish Energy Committee will host a weatherization workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. in the town office meeting room, 37 High St. in Cavendish. Residents of Cavendish or any other town are invited to attend.

The workshop will consist of a presentation…

Letter
October 11, 2017

Trash disposal a problem

Dear Editor,

When the Ludlow and Cavendish transfer stations recently increased their fees, our donation shed saw a steep increase in unusable donations we cannot resell – especially those made at night and on weekends when the store is closed. As a result, our trash…

Letter
August 31, 2017

Extent of racist groups in America is overblown

Dear Editor,

Anyone watching the network news lately would think that Adolph Hitler, the entire Nazi Army and a legion of Civil War Reconstruction Klansmen had risen from from the dead and invaded the United States. I have never seen so much outlandish hysteria perpetrated…

Yankee Chank performs final CCCA concert

Wednesday, Aug. 16, 5:30 p.m.—CAVENDISH— The Town of Cavendish presents the last in its continuing series of Wednesday evening concerts on Aug. 16 at 5:30 p.m. when Yankee Chank will appear on the Green in Proctorsville. Please note that this concert will start half an hour earlier…