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Randolph A. Gonyaw Sr. WEBSTERVILLE — Randolph Austin Gonyaw Sr., 87, passed peacefully away in the comfort of his family on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019,... [Read More]
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Branden Reynolds scored two late goals and the Mount Abraham boys soccer team sent Montpelier packing with a 2-0 victory during Tuesday's Division II playdown. [Read More]
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The No. 12 Craftsbury boys soccer team pulled off an upset Tuesday with a 2-1 overtime victory over No. 5 Twinfield in the Division IV... [Read More]
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The Montpelier girls soccer team snagged a 3-0 playdown victory over Woodstock on Tuesday and punched a ticket to the Division II quarterfinals. [Read More]
The Department for Children and Families said in an Oct. 11 court filing that it had discontinued the use of the "North Unit" at the... [Read More]
The East Montpelier Select Board has voted to offer its employees a 5% increase in subsidies for health insurance to offset increased premiums by insurance... [Read More]
The following is a sampling of calls provided to The Times Argus by Barre Town police in recent days. [Read More]
A man experiencing a mental crisis recently was given assistance at the Aldrich Public Library, according to the library director, who said it was an... [Read More]
Members of the local school district's policy committee determined how they will be spending the next few months Monday. [Read More]
Tags: Policy - BARRE - Members
Fundraisers are closing in on a $600,000 goal for capital improvements at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. [Read More]
The following is a sampling of calls provided to The Times Argus by Montpelier police in recent days:... [Read More]
One of the most predictable sources of revenue generated by the Barre Civic Center will take a significant hit even as a new idea to... [Read More]
I like Bernie, Elizabeth and many of the other Democratic hopefuls. However, the artificial ad oversimplified debate between the worth of democratic socialism or reformed... [Read More]
City Manager Bill Fraser's claim that I've asked for "private easement" is a sleazy, political fib, Nixon-like, straw-man tactic. I have never argued for "private... [Read More]
Mary (Melvin) Chouinard, 86, died Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019, at Woodridge Rehabilitation Center in Berlin. A full obituary will be published at a later... [Read More]
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CVU, U-32, Thetford and Proctor secured the top seeds for the girls soccer playoffs and three of those teams will attempt to build upon established... [Read More]
Two Massachusetts men, one of whom was already on probation for a drug charge, are accused of trafficking heroin. [Read More]
Tags: Barre - Police - men
Absentee ballots have been mailed out and early voting is underway because while most of Vermont doesn't have any business to conduct on the first... [Read More]
Todd Provencher, the city's finance director, is leaving at a time when Montpelier is wrestling with a 25% rise in health care costs that are... [Read More]
An attorney representing a homeless man accused of attempted second-degree murder says he and the state are working on a plea agreement. [Read More]
Tags: Plea - BARRE - attempted
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