Sunday May 5
Vt. is gun friendly but with a low homicide rate
In this April 24, 2013 photo, Rev. Marcel Rainville, right, poses with his father, Maurice, 97, outside one of their barns in Swanton, Vt.
Migrant Workers: To license, or not to license?
A bill expected to pass the Vermont Legislature this session - a measure that would enable migrant workers to obtain a Vermont driver's license - has run into unanticipated opposition from dairy farmers.
The Burlington Free Press
Big crowd celebrates end of winter at Vermont Maple Festival
As the 47th annual Vermont Maple Festival got underway, Supernova Dogworks readied rescue dogs to entertain the masses.
House fire under investigation in Swanton
Fire broke out in the hallway of a mobile home on St. Albans Road in Swanton. A neighbor noticed smoke and called for help.
the Rev. Alan J. Vincelette
The Rev. Alan J. Vincelette, 81, a native of Swanton, a longtime resident of Alburgh and for the past several years of Rouses Point, N.Y., died late Monday evening, April 22, 2013, at his Maple Street residence with loving family at his side.
The Saint Albans Messenger
Steven and Marianne Marshall of Swanton are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Margaret Marshall, to Samuel Arthur Carleton, the son of Carleen and Max Carleton of Clarendon.