Valley News Logo

Search Results

All these search terms are true at the same time:

Keyword search: Woodstock VT

Displaying articles 41 to 60 out of 99 total.

Photos: Doggie days of August
08-28-2023 10:00 AM

Emmy, 13, left, and Hannah Whitney, 10, both of Quechee, Vt., greet dogs as they march by during Puppies and Pooches On Parade on the green in Woodstock on Saturday. Chris Whitney said she brought her granddaughters to the event because they love...

Out & About: Upper Valley roller derby is back
08-16-2023 10:05 PM


WOODSTOCK — It’s good to be back. That’s the feeling among members of Twin State Derby, the Upper Valley’s roller derby league, which is nearing the end of its first season back since the COVID-19 pandemic.“We have tons of new rookies who are training...

Two Ukrainian families find refuge in Hartland
08-16-2023 6:11 AM


HARTLAND — Iryna Burtolik and Antonina Reznichenko first became friends 15 years ago, while working at a restaurant in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. Since then, they’ve gotten together nearly every weekend — despite both finding husbands and starting...

Plant manager in Woodstock
08-14-2023 10:41 AM

Pressure campaign with Vermont state senators
08-10-2023 10:49 PM

Amid rising costs, Vermont agencies celebrate additional funds for senior meals
08-07-2023 10:27 PM


SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Nutritional programs for older adults have received a sustained boost in state funding, which will be distributed to programs throughout Vermont that provide home-delivered and congregate meals.The additional $1 million, part of the...

Wage relief available for employees of flooded Woodstock businesses 
08-03-2023 2:59 PM

WOODSTOCK — The Town of Woodstock is set to direct $45,000 in wage relief to employees of Woodstock-based businesses who lost wages, or will continue to lose wages, due to the recent flooding and subsequent water shutdown.The money comes from the...

Out & About: Bridgewater Historical Society, Coolidge Foundation, mark 100th anniversary of Coolidge presidency
07-31-2023 5:22 PM


Late at night on Aug. 2, 1923, a telegraph came through to the Southern Vermont Telephone Co. in Bridgewater.It woke up Nellie Perkins, who worked as an operator at the company founded by her husband, Winfred A. Perkins, in 1907.“She’s going to hear...

Hard-hit Bridgewater businesses have a long, costly road to recovery after flooding
07-22-2023 11:31 AM


BRIDGEWATER — Andy Reid was standing at the back entrance of Ramunto’s Brick & Brew Pizza, the restaurant he owns with his wife, in a muddied, silted parking lot a few paces away from the Ottauquechee River during a brief break in Friday’s morning...

Boil-water order lifted in Woodstock
07-20-2023 7:02 PM

Staff Report

WOODSTOCK — Woodstock’s water is drinkable once again, according to a message posted to the town’s Facebook page on Thursday evening.Woodstock Aqueduct Co. officials late last week informed users that the water was not drinkable, which was a downgrade...

Water restrictions still in place in Woodstock, Royalton
07-18-2023 7:07 PM

Drinking water restrictions remain in parts of Royalton and Woodstock served by municipal water.The Royalton Water Department’s boil-water order remains in effect. The turbidity level, a measure of particles suspended in the water, remains too high....

Emergency assistance center opens in Woodstock
07-18-2023 1:06 PM

WOODSTOCK — Woodstock Union High School is serving as a location for people affected by last week’s flooding to receive assistance, according to Vermont Emergency Management.The site is open Tuesday through Thursday, July 18-20, from 9 a.m. to 5...

Rainy weather puts damper on summer activities 
07-16-2023 6:18 AM


WOODSTOCK — Endurance athletes had already started arriving in the area for the Vermont 100 race when the flooding hit the state.There were 450 runners from around the world and around 80 equestrians who signed up for the 100-mile trek, which was...

Woodstock health center closed due to lack of clean water
07-16-2023 6:04 AM

WOODSTOCK — The Ottauquechee Health Center has been closed since Monday evening due to a lack of clean water and sewage treatment in Woodstock following flooding of the Ottauquechee River earlier in the week. The clinic, which belongs to Mt. Ascutney...

Woodstock hires former Selectboard chairman as police chief
07-14-2023 2:25 PM

WOODSTOCK — A Woodstock native and current sergeant is the next chief of the Woodstock Police Department.Woodstock Municipal Manager Eric Duffy and the Village Board of Trustees announced the selection of Joseph Swanson, who first joined the Woodstock...

Vermont flooding echoes 2011 storm Irene, prompting evacuations
07-12-2023 5:15 PM


WOODSTOCK — Heavy rain, flash floods and rising rivers closed roads, damaged infrastructure and forced evacuations around the Upper Valley on Monday, as the region was expected to see its worst flooding since Tropical Storm Irene in 2011. The worst...

Jim Kenyon: Memories of Irene move residents of Woodstock mobile home park to act
07-12-2023 5:15 PM


After losing her home and many of her belongings to Tropical Storm Irene’s floodwaters 12 years ago, Ethel Davis braced for worst as she made her way back to Riverside Mobile Home Park in Woodstock around noon Tuesday.“I told myself, ‘If the place...

Upper Valley communities assess damage following flooding
07-11-2023 4:23 PM

THETFORD — After flood waters from the Ompompanoosuc River “receded significantly” on Tuesday morning, Thetford lifted its evacuation order for residents who live along Route 132. The evacuation order was put in place around 7:45 p.m. Monday in...

Art Notes: Sculpturefest marks 35 years of art in a Woodstock pasture
06-29-2023 11:53 PM


Around 40 years or so ago, Charlet Davenport was serving on the Vermont Arts Council.She was still a new resident, having moved to the state with her husband, Peter, in 1962. (She’s still a newcomer even now, she said.) At the time, AVA Gallery was...

Frost and fire
06-28-2023 9:12 PM

Displaying articles 41 to 60 out of 99 total.

Weather page

By using this site, you agree with our use of cookies to personalize your experience, measure ads and monitor how our site works to improve it for our users

Copyright © 2016 to 2024 by Valley News. All rights reserved.