This holiday season, customers at Woodstock Farmers’ Market in Waterbury Center were asked whether they’d like to “round up” at the register, with all proceeds benefitting the Waterbury Area Food Shelf.

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Vermont Emergency Medical Services District 6, which serves all of Washington County, needs actors to portray victims in a full-scale emergency exercise being held Friday, March 6, at the Verm…

Monday rehearsals for the Mad River Chorale spring term have begun in the Harwood Union High School chorus room. Practices take place from 7 to 9 p.m. Concerts will be on May 16 and 17.

Join Miss Andrea of Musical Munchkins for a free interactive musical program of singing, movement, stories, puppets and instrumental play revolving around a jungle theme on Saturday, Jan. 25, …

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The Mount Mansfield Electric Railroad will be the topic when the Waterbury Historical Society meets Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 7 p.m. in the Steele Community Room, Waterbury Municipal Building, 28…

If you have ever wanted to learn to play Dungeons and Dragons or are a veteran looking for a group to play with, the Waterbury Library is hosting a beginner-friendly campaign on the first Satu…

A River Runs Through It Garden Club of Waterbury raises money at its annual plant sale at Rusty Parker Park each May. Some proceeds from the sale are donated to local organizations whose work …

On Monday, Jan. 13, Mad River Chorale begins rehearsal for spring concerts. Conductor Mary Jane Austin and accompanist Alison Cerutti will again lead the community chorus in learning a varied …

Rachel Schwartz of Waterbury was named to the fall president's list at the State University of New York at Potsdam. Schwartz is a music major.

Marjorie Gale, Vermont state geologist, will lead a talk on last spring’s landslide at Cotton Brook on Thursday, Jan. 9, at 7 p.m., Green Mountain Club Visitor Center, Route 100, Waterbury Center.

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