The Burlington Free Press
Five plays to remember
War, love and Shakespeare -- what else do you need to make for a memorable night at the theater? How about a little star power and a strong locally-born production? Those are the elements that show up in these five plays, listed chronologically by the month they opened, that made 2013 a good one on the Vermont theater scene.
The Bennington Banner
Veterans Home trustees consider solar panel project
The Vermont Veterans' Home Board of Trustees is considering a proposal to allow 87 solar panels on unused land it owns northwest of the Veterans Home complex and north of the State Office Building.
Sealed in silver: Michael Dunn brings metalwork to Williamstown Holiday Craft Fair
Silversmith Michael Dunn will bring his jewelry to the Williamstown Elementary School's Holiday Craft Fair on Sunday.
Feeding hungry families in Barre
"There are so many people out there that don't have the luxuries that other people do have -- family and friends to spend today with.
Vermont man killed in head-on crash in Williamstown
A Pownal, Vt. man was killed early Sunday when his car was struck head-on in front of Mount Greylock Regional High School, according to Williamstown Police.