Cornwall saves pile on new sand shed

If state and federal government approached building projects like they do in Cornwall, there’s no telling how much money could be saved.

A Cornwall poem

“I can’t say I don’t look forward to this once-/a-year. When I’ll bump into you, elbow one/of my neighbors. By the history table.”

Covered bridge gets full federal funding

Officials in both Salisbury and Cornwall have just sent the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) a unified message on a permanent replacement for the historic Station Covered Bridge that once connected their two towns across the Otter Creek via Creek … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Thankful for the community spirit that runs strong in Cornwall

The Cornwall Trunk or Treat had a great sophomore year this year. The weather mostly cooperated, it felt like a smoother parking to event transition, and it felt bigger this year

State conserves Cornwall parcel

The Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife will soon acquire and conserve 91 acres on the west side of Cornwall’s West Street, land that will be added to the already protected Lemon Fair Wildlife Management Area.

Cornwall Fire Dept. open house on Sunday, Oct. 22

The Cornwall Volunteer Fire Department invites residents to its fall open house this Sunday, Oct. 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will feature activities for young and old, treats and a visit by the LifeNet helicopter ambulance.

Cornwall author explores running, recovery and the messiness of life

Three years ago Mike Magluilo was a managing director at a global investment bank. Today he’s proofreading his debut novel about a fictional teenage runner.

Tribute planned for Revolutionary War casualty

It was on March 25, 1777, that a patriotic, 49-year-old Silas Stone decided to leave the family farm in Dublin, N.H., to begin what he thought would be a three-year hitch in the Continental Army.

Area scouts replace the flagpole in Cornwall

The Ethan Mary Baker Allen chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) once again has a sturdy flagpole from which to proudly fly the nation’s colors at its Samson Memorial Chapter House in Cornwall, thanks to the efforts of a local Scout tr … (read more)

Cornwall to celebrate its history Sept. 17

The town of Cornwall will celebrate its rich history on Sunday, Sept. 17, with a series of events focusing on agriculture, art and community.

Paul Audet, 69, of Cornwall

Paul Audet, 69, passed away on July 24, 2023, after an unexpected cardiac event. He was a proud lifetime resident of Cornwall.

Steinway Artist Sandro Russo to perform for free in Cornwall

On Sunday, June 25, at 2 p.m., the Italian-born virtuoso Sandro Russo will play a free concert on the new Steinway piano at the First Congregational Church of Cornwall.

Benefit chicken barbecue to be held June 11 in Cornwall

The Cornwall Volunteer Fire Department will once again host its annual Chicken Barbecue fundraiser at the Route 30 station on Sunday, June 11, from noon to 3 p.m. or till the chicken runs out, whichever is sooner.

Nigerian visitor teaches kids about nature through art, science & fireflies

“Sometimes we are so possessive of the earth that we want to use up all of its offerings, but we should remember that we are all only on earth for a very short time. It’s not something that we own but something that we are renting for a very short while.”

Cornwall DAR house back in the limelight

The 108-year-old Samson Memorial House has become perhaps the nicest, but least used, building in Cornwall Village.