Friday May 17
Foster's Daily Democrat
NH group announces initiatives for homeless vets
North County Veterans Committee has come up with a homeless resource guide, peer support, promotion of new programs introduced by the White River Junction VA Medical Center, and other suggestions.
Eyewitness: Collage Artist Ben Peberdy
White River Junction artist Benjamin Peberdy doesn't sign his name to the collages he creates, he brands them with a logo.
Suspected Mich. mosque bomb plotter to live in Vt.
A Vermont man with a long history of threatening public officials and hatching bombing plots could soon be living in a community facility in Vermont for people with serious mental illnesses.
Vt. forensics lab backup slows shooting investigation
A backlog at the state forensics lab in Waterbury is delaying the investigation into a shooting in downtown White River Junction.
Theater Review (NYC): Honey Fist by August Schulenburg
The new psychodrama by August Schulenberg and the Flux Theatre Ensemble takes place in Boston not the city, but "the country of Boston," that is, Red Sox and Bruins territory, which extends as far as White River Junction, VT. That formulation comes courtesy of a diminutive fireplug named Sam and his friend Stu , the brooding, baseball-capped, slightly soft-bellied stoner at the center of a group of working-class antiheroes.
The Vermont Standard
John Russ Obituary
Memorial services for John T. Russ, 70, who died April 28 at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in White River Junction after a long illness, will be held Saturday, May 4 at the Bridgewater Congregational Church at 11 a.m. He was born Nov.
The Brattleboro Reformer
Renewable subsidies for the rich
Renewable electricity costs from two to five times as much as electricity from the New England grid, generated by natural gas, hydro, coal and nuclear.
Lineup Announced for 3rd Annual Summer Pride Festival at Chandler
Chandler Center for the Arts and Pride Films and Plays bring the 3rd season of Summer Pride to Chandler Music Hall in Randolph, Vermont, July 12-14 and July 19-21. The festival -- the only one of its kind in the state -- was inaugurated in 2011 as a way to facilitate conversations among gay and lesbian Vermonters, their friends and family members, ... (more)