photo by Doug McClureThe entrance to the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail’s Creamery Road section adjacent the Depot now has signage and is passable.
photo by Vanessa FournierThe Craftsbury Saplings Preschool Childcare Center put on a Halloween play Oct. 30 after their outside parade around the Craftsbury Community Care Center. Their head teacher is Loraleh Harris. Pictured (from left): Viola Roock, Seneca Acerbo, Ruth Podolin, Jude Warfisch, Elfi Goldenrose, Ezra Murphy and Tobin Purdy. Missing: Nevina Felix, Wyatt Sims, Saoirse Winters.
photo by Vanessa FournierWes Alexander (left) and Mike Baker (right) watch the Hazen Union girls play down game against Sharon Academy on October 28, on Hudson Field.
photo by Doug McClureThe Hardwick Village Restaurant had an unplanned drive-in customer on Tuesday when the take-out window was damaged by an automobile. An employee said that a contractor has been called to assess the damage.
photo by Doug McClureA Saturday morning fender-bender in front of the Yellow Barn just before Lamoille Valley Ford received a massive emergency response. According to one first responder on the scene, the large response was because units were close by or passing while returning from other calls and wanted to help. They said no serious injuries were involved, and the shattered passenger-side windshield on the rear vehicle was broken by an airbag that deployed and not a person, as that seat was empty and had just enough sitting on it to arm the airbags.
photo by Vanessa FournierThis picture was taken of the kitchen area inside of the former Senior Citizens building located beside the Jeudevine Library. The building will be demolished as soon as the Vermont Community Development Program sends a release for the project to the library.
photo by Vanessa FournierStudents pose around the Community Tile Project tiles that they made during the past three Thursdays in the back yard of the Greensboro Free Library (GFL). The workshop was led by Emma Podolin. Students designed, carved and painted their own clay tile. On Oct. 10, the mosaic “quilt” was taken apart and each student was given their art to take home. The event was co-sponsored by WonderArts and GFL. Front row (left to right): Effie Dunn, Charlie Lander, Scarlett Podolin, Eliza Bunten, Louella Andrus, Phoebe Bunten, Wesley Strong, Sam Dunn, Siri Dunn, Ruth Krebs, Carson Farnham. Back row (left to right): Ava Purdy, Tobin Purdy, Ora Nobel, Ruthie Podolin.
photo by Vanessa FournierMembers of the Twinfield middle and high school cross-country team (from left): coach Cathy duPont, Sam Sainz, Wyatt Malloy, Rayane Yachfine and Ahmed Yachfine.