Tag Archives: Vermont

“Demographic Winter” Tightens Grip on Northern New England

As we’ve become more aware of this new phenomena being called “Demographic Winter,” we have grown more scared of it. In a nutshell, Northern New England is heading for a… Read more »

New Town Picture Gallery 40: Windsor, Vermont

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The town of Windsor, Vermont has been added to the town picture gallery. Enjoy! There are now 41 towns featured in the town picture gallery. Also, a bonus building history–The American Precision Museum… Read more »

Should Vermonters Move to Higher Ground?

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Without a doubt, Hurricane Irene was a once-in-a-lifetime catastrophe. Yet, that does not mean we need to take drastic measures to prevent the kind of destruction we saw with Irene…. Read more »

Covered Bridge in Bartonsville, Vermont Washes Away

photo credit: NASA Goddard Photo and Video Unfortunately, the damage from Hurricane Irene is looking pretty grim. The Burlington Free Press has a news story about Vermont’s covered bridges that… Read more »

New Historical Road Markers 12

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Six new Vermont Historical Road Markers have been added: “Bayley-Hazen Military Road” in the village of Wells River in the town of Newbury, Vermont “Colonel Thomas Johnson” in Newbury, Vermont… Read more »