In The Hills Of Vermont, A Town Reconnects

Up and down the state, Tropical Storm Irene flooding has torn apart Vermont communities, in many cases overwhelming strained town governments. In Granville, residents have begun to regain some sense of control – and some sense of place – before winter sets in.

Forest Service releases plan for White River Valley

The U.S. Forest Service has improvement plans for some of its land in five towns in the White River Valley. The goal is to improve wildlife habitat, and networks of hiking trails and roads in the area of the Green Mountain National Forest known as the Upper White River Area.

Raising the gas tax

The chairs of the House and Senate Transportation Committees discuss a proposed increase in the gas tax.  Also, a Norwich writer reminisces about the Upper Valley in the 1930 and 1940s.