Space is the final frontier, the realm of science fiction, of futurist ponderings, an endless star-speckled darkness where few humans have been but countless millions have stared into since the beginning of time.
Repairs should begin later this month on a section of North Wolcott Road washed out and undercut by the raging Wild Branch river on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.
A woman injured when a tree fell on her during a Nov. 1 windstorm is recovering at a Boston rehabilitative hospital, “working insanely hard to regain movement,” according to the organizer of a fundraiser aimed at easing the financial burden.
Capstone Community Action has hired Greg Stefanski to lead efforts to build stronger and deeper collaboration with fellow nonprofits and community organizations in the Lamoille Valley.
Jake Burton Carpenter — the man whose name became synonymous with the evolution of snowboarding, from maligned troublemaker fringe sport, through mainstream acceptance and success, to Olympic gold — died last week from complications from a re-occurrence of cancer. He was 65.
It’s been 398 years since the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Tribe shared a meal at the Plymouth Colony in November of 1621. That meal — ham, waterfowl, shellfish, berries, pumpkin and squash — is commonly thought of as the first Thanksgiving.