Jacks Find the Winning Gear
Windsor's Ashlee Bly tries to shoot while guarded by Woodstock's Amber Barcomb, left, and Alexis Fitzgerald during the game in Windsor, Vt., on Dec. 22, 2014. Windsor won 77-46.
Scores of Volunteers Care for Horses Seized in S. Woodstock
Lisa Morrison, of Reading, Vt., leads Kialectric, left, as Mary Ann Crandall, left, of Enfield, N.H., leads Samba at the Green Mountain Horse Association in South Woodstock, Vt., on Dec 12, 2014. The horses, which are part of a group of 23 siezed from Marjatta Lavin last month, are mostly putting on weight since coming into the care of Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society, but still need to be fed ...
In Hartland, Everybody Wins Again
Larry Fortier of Hartland, Vt., discusses the book he was reading with third-grader Ryan Spaulding during the Everybody Wins! program in the library at Hartland Elementary School in Hartland, Vt., on November 20, 2014. After eating lunch together, Fortier and Spaulding read Runaway Ralph.
Woodstock, Vt. ? Ed Connor passed away Sunday evening Dec. 7, 2014, while walking his beloved dog Sasha. Born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y. he attended area schools and graduated Trinity HS in 1957. He enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1960 and specialized as Air Police.
Evelyn C. True
Woodstock, Vt. ? Evelyn C. True (aka Dolores Kilgore Mitofsky), 80, of Hyde Park, Vt. died Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014.
James Edward Downey
Norwich, Vt. ? James Edward Downey, 56, of Norwich, Vt. passed away at Mt. Ascutney Hospital after a short battle with cancer, surrounded by his family on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014.
Special holiday weekend at Billings Farm
The Billings Farm Museum is a year-long attraction in Woodstock, but this weekend was made special for the holidays.
Gina Bullard goes inside a giant gingerbread house
The Woodstock Inn and Resort decided to go big this year when it came to its holiday decorations.
Local Roundup: Saturday Showdown Set for Windsor, Woodstock Boys Hoop
Woodstock ? After what he did on Tuesday night, nobody can say Woodstock?s Chris Townley plays just one side of the floor.
Even non-skiers should check out quaint Ludlow, Vt.
It?s always fun to dash away to a quintessential New England hamlet. We have so many choices ? towns with names like Stowe and Woodstock and Franconia that are known for their charm not just here, but worldwide. But there are so many other options: Little towns that dot our northern landscape that are worth visiting even if they?re not as famous. And in the winter, they are particularly lovely ...