A son, Henry James Robillard, was born to Seth Robillard and Nicole Jones, of Craftsbury, on June 2 at Copley Hospital.
Pearl Will Bring Needed Perspective
To the editor: I write in support of Henry Pear...
MARY ALICE KINNEY
CABOT – Mary Alice Kinney of Falmouth, Mass., died...
Perennial Flowers That Like Moist Places
CORNISH FLAT, N.H. – I’m lucky. Even though my property is relatively small, just over 2 acres, I have all the possible growing conditions a plant could want: wet, dry, sunny and shady. And I’m willing to try almost anything that will survive 20 or 25 below in winter.
ANGELINE A. DESCHAMPS
Angeline A. Deschamps, 82, of Woodbury, passed away on Wednesday, July 29. Angeline was born on August 9, 1937, to Henry and Rosa (Meunier) Patoine. She grew up in Walden with her 15 siblings and later married Louis Deschamps on August 12, 1961. Together they raised their four children in Woodbury.
Glorious Hydrangeas Are in Full Beauty Now
When I was a boy, I always took note of cemeteries as we drove by them. I’d lost a beloved grandfather, the original Henry Homeyer, and my mother’s mom. I was taken with a shrub or small tree in cemeteries that I called either “the snowball bush” or the “cemetery bush”.
East Hardwickians Express Concern Over Contested Street
EAST HARDWICK – At the October 15 select board meeting, the board heard a long-standing concern raised by some in East Hardwick over one particular street that may or may not be a legal town street.