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Four F-35 fighter jets from the Air National Guard base in South Burlington streak over Copley Hospital, in a flight that went all around Vermont to honor frontline health-care workers. 

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In a photo supplied by her mother, Olive Mahnke, 9, a third-grader from Hyde Park, reads a News & Citizen article about homeless and housing-insecure people.

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Mason Sawyer of Jeffersonville was named to the spring dean’s list at Northeastern University in Boston. Sawyer is majoring in media arts.

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Stowe Theatre Guild has postponed its entire 2020 season to 2021.

Even “Much Ado About Nothing,” which was the only Guild show that hadn’t yet been canceled, has become much ado about something: COVID-19.

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On June 16 from 5 to 6:30 p.m., the Lamoille Regional Solid Waste Management District and the Lamoille Chamber of Commerce will host a Zoom meeting to inform the public about the upcoming composting requirements coming into effect and answer questions.

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Meals on Wheels has partnered with N.A. Manosh and will relocate this fall to its location at 21 Munson Ave. in Morrisville. Among the advantages: plenty of parking, easy access to the building, and daily dining available.

Veronica Clarke, a diagnostic imaging scheduler and administrative assistant, has been named Copley Hospital’s team hero for April.

The idea: the Lamoille Community Flower Shop to present flowers and other fanciful pieces of art outdoors for Mother’s Day at The Manor nursing home in Morrisville.

Young Maverick Cochran will never forget the year he turned 6. The Morristown Fire Department turned out for the celebration, creating an awe-inspiring experience for a young man. 

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Morrisville has canceled this year’s Memorial Day parade, and instead invites the public to a ceremony in Memorial Park.

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The Peoples Academy Alumni Committee has canceled a luncheon scheduled for Sunday, June 7, because of ongoing concerns with the coronovirus.

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