Fair Haven, Vt.

Rutland County State Sen. Brian P. Collamore, in an article, “A new session in Montpelier: Part two” in the Dec. 22 issue of the Vermont (Addison) Eagle newspaper, lamented how the Republicans lost in the state and in Rutland county and speculated... Read more

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FAIR HAVEN | More than 250 Vermont schools have applied for funding to make security upgrades to their facilities. Read more

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Over 2,500 students from Vermont schools demonstrated in Montpelier against school violence last weekend. Read more



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FAIR HAVEN | Fair Haven Union High School was the venue for this year’s Vermont 4-H Horse Quiz Bowl, which attracted 90 participants, 25 of whom competed for a chance to represent the state in national competition. Read more

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FAIR HAVEN | As part of Gov. Phil Scott’s overall plan to ensure Vermont’s schools remain safe... Read more

The Vermont Eagle


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FAIR HAVEN | Fair Haven Union High School students, staff, parents and town of Fair Haven residents attended a special community night held Feb. 28 in the high school gymnasium. Read more

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FAIR HAVEN | Vermont State Police detectives, along with officers of the Fair Haven Police Department, arrested Poultney resident Jack Sawyer, 18, on Feb. 15 for threatening to “shoot up” Fair Haven Union High School in the town of Fair Haven. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

FAIR HAVEN | On Nov. 22, at approximately 3 p.m., Vermont State Police troopers were on a routine patrol in Fair Haven when they observed a motor vehicle violation. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

FAIR HAVEN — “Vermont Wild, Adventures of Fish & Game Wardens” Author Megan Price, will share secrets of her four volume, best-selling series at the Fair Haven Free Library. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

On Jan. 26, at approximately 11:13 p.m., the Fair Haven Police Department, Castleton Police Department and State Police were notified from a third party of a motor vehicle crash in the Fair Haven area. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

BURLINGTON – Community Bank System, Inc., based in DeWitt, N.Y., and Merchants Bancshares, Inc. announced that they have entered into agreement where Community Bank System will acquire Merchants Bancshares. Read more

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RUTLAND — “The Bus”—officially known as the Marble Valley Regional Transit District—is celebrating its 40th birthday this month. Read more

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ORWELL — Voters in Orwell again rejected a plan to merge school districts under Act 46, Vermont’s district consolidation law. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Energy experts on efficiency, heat pumps, weatherization and solar are joining forces at the Fair Haven Town Hall on Wednesday, April 6, to offer local residents advice and same-day home visits to save people money and reduce environmental impacts. Read more

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FAIR HAVEN —On March 17, Michael J. Gaylord, 38, of Poultney, arrived at the Fair Haven Police Department to turn himself in on an outstanding warrant. Read more

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FAIR HAVEN — The Castleton River was hit with an accidental sewage spill for a second time this month. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

On Sept. 21, Vermont State Police responded to the Addison County Fair & Field Days fairgrounds for an assault call. When troopers arrived it was discovered that the victim, Joshua Bird, 35, of Franklin had been taken by ambulance to Fletcher Allen Hospital with a severe head injury. Read more

The Sun

Just west of the Vermont state line at Rutland County, is the tiny community of Low Hampton, N.Y. During the late 1700s, this former frontier area began to be settled by restless New Englanders in search of farm land and business opportunities. The Miller family of Pittsfield, Mass., settled there with their young son William. Read more


Husband and wife artists Dale Hastings and Jess Whitney of New Haven, Vt., are committed to sharing their work at local farmers markets—in Rutland, Brandon and Middlebury to mention a few. They are also enjoying their retirement years better by being both creative, engaged in everyday living, and on the go. Read more

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