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Vermont gas prices 80 cents lower than last year, Greensboro lowest in the state this week

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NEWPORT — According to the latest GasBuddy survey, the average Vermont gasoline price was $1.95 per gallon as of Thursday. One year ago it was $2.75. The lowest recorded price in Vermont this week was $1.45 in Greensboro. Yesterday, the Troy Country Store offered the third-cheapest price per gallon in the state, at $1.67. The…

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Jasper Hill Farm of Greensboro takes two spots in Top 20 World’s Best Cheeses

in Greensboro/Newport/News/Northeast Kingdom

GREENSBORO — The World Cheese Championship Contest, held in Madison Wisconsin this week, announced the top 20 final candidates in the running for the top prize out of a record 3,667 international entries. Jasper Hill Farm of Greensboro made two of these winning cheeses. The fact that Highlander, Jasper Hill’s newest cheese, was among the…

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Vermont folk horror film tour coming to Greensboro October 27

in Greensboro/News/Northeast Kingdom

GREENSBORO — The Vermont Folk Horror Roadshow will be bringing Transformations (1972) and Walter Ungerer’s The Animal—two eerie films shot and set in Vermont—to Brattleboro, Greensboro, Montpelier, and Woodstock just in time for Halloween. The tour will visit the Highland Center for the Arts in Greensboro on October 27. The term folk horror describes films…

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Greensboro Free Library honors local volunteers

in Greensboro/News

GREENSBORO — The Greensboro Free Library recently held a recognition tea event to honor the many volunteers who make the library service possible for the Greensboro community. Most volunteers serve on a weekly basis for several hours at a time at the circulation desk, answering questions and checking out books, films, and magazines. Other volunteers…

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Gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist touring Orleans County on Friday

in Glover/Greensboro/Newport/News/Northeast Kingdom

NEWPORT — Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist will be touring Orleans County this Friday. She will be at the Eastside in Newport from 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., at Parker Pie in West Glover from 12:00 p.m. until 1:30 p.m., and at the Highland Lodge in Greensboro from 2:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. These events…

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Vermont Symphony Orchestra fall tour coming to Derby Line, Greensboro

in Arts and Entertainment/Derby Line/Greensboro/Northeast Kingdom

DERBY LINE — Kicking off the start to another colorful Vermont autumn, the Vermont Symphony Orchestra (VSO) will be traveling across the state beginning Sept. 27 to celebrate the many sounds and sights of the season. The ​Made in Vermont Statewide Tour​ will reach six communities throughout the state, sharing well-loved classics as well as…

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Local barns and historic sites benefit from state grants

in Brownington/Essex County/Greensboro/Island Pond

BROWNINGTON — Governor Phil Scott recognized the recipients of 16 State Historic Preservation Grants and 17 Barn Preservation Grants at a ceremony held at the State House Thursday. Three of the recipients are located in Orleans County. Greensboro Barn – $15,000 This large distinctive barn sits on 15.9 acres and was constructed between 1880 and…

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Book discussion at Greensboro Library to take place on June 28

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GREENSBORO — The Greensboro Free Library will host a book discussion of Lives of Girls and Women by Alice Munro, on Wednesday, June 28, at 7 p.m., at the Greensboro Free Library, 53 Wilson Street, in Greensboro. The discussion will be led by Stefani Cravedi. The book is the story of Del Jordan, a young…

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Kehler Brothers of Jasper Hill purchase and conserve 51 acres

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GREENSBORO — Brothers Andy and Mateo Kehler purchased 51 acres in Greensboro and conserved the land with the Vermont Land Trust as part of their effort to expand their cheese businesses at the Cellars at Jasper Hill. Andy and Mateo started Jasper Hill Farm in 2003, milking 15 heifers in an old tie-stall barn. Thirteen…

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Wonder & Wisdom of Greensboro awarded grant to expand Seniors Program

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GREENSBORO — Wonder & Wisdom of Greensboro, a multi-generational and community-based nonprofit, just received $2,500 from Green Mountain United Way (GMUW) to expand its Seniors Program. Camaraderie, adventure, education, and fun-filled outings are hallmarks of the Wonder & Wisdom Seniors Program. Monthly outings are offered to local residents age 50 and older. Venues include museums,…

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Keith Sherwood of Hinesburg with the state record yellow perch he caught while ice fishing on Caspian Lake in 2015.

All-time state record yellow perch caught in Greensboro

in Greensboro/Outdoors

GREENSBORO — The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has certified that an all-time state record yellow perch was caught in Greensboro. Vermont’s new record yellow perch, which weighed a massive 2.4 pounds, was caught by Keith Sherwood of Hinesburg while ice fishing on Caspian Lake. The fish was 16 inches in length and had a…

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    Josh Chase-Renault, 24, of Lyndonville, was arrested today in connection with a series of robberies across Vermont. Photo courtesy of the Vermont State Police.
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    27-year old Trisha Bisson was arrested Thursday evening in Hardwick.
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    37-year old Ricky Thompson was arrested Thursday evening in Hardwick.

Lyndonville man arrested in connection with four armed robberies

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LYNDONVILLE — A 24-year-old man from Lyndonville was arrested this afternoon in connection with a series of armed robberies in Washington, Caledonia, and Orleans counties. Police say Josh Chase-Renault was taken into custody. He is charged with assault and robbery with a weapon at the Cabot Village Store, D & L Beverage in Hardwick, The Barnet…

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[VIDEO] Details emerge in Greensboro murder as suspect appears in court

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Homicide suspect Ryan Bacon, 30, was in Orleans County Criminal Court today to face a first degree murder charge, after the shooting death of Lou Ron Schneider, 68, of Greensboro, on Sunday night. Orleans County State’s Attorney Jennifer Barrett gave a short press conference after the arraignment, providing new details in the case. Barrett told…

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Greensboro murder suspect in custody

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GREENSBORO — Homicide suspect Ryan Bacon has been taken into custody without incident after turning himself in at the Hardwick Police Department on Monday evening. Bacon will be charged with first degree murder, after the shooting death of Lou Ron Schneider, 68, of Greensboro, on Sunday night. Police say Bacon is lodged at Northeast Regional…

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Murder in Greensboro

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UPDATE: Authorities with the Vermont State Police and Hardwick Police have recovered the truck last seen driven by Ryan Bacon away from the scene following the Sunday shooting incident on The Bend Road in Greensboro. The truck was recovered in a wooded area on Stannard Mountain Road in Stannard. At this time authorities are still…

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Two Orleans County men charged in deer poaching case

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NEWPORT — Vermont state game wardens say they recently charged two Orleans County men for allegedly poaching several deer during March and April. On June 22, game wardens executed a search warrant at the residence of Shawn Bell, 37, of Greensboro, and based on evidence gathered during the investigation charged him with taking deer in…

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