New faces fill 5-town area Town Meeting Day ballots

Two communities in the 5-town area of Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, New Haven and Starksboro will elect new selectboard members on Town Meeting Day after a handful of incumbents decided not to run again. 

Monkton news for Feb. 2

The Russell Memorial Library is hosting drop-in Valentine making for all ages for the next two weeks each Friday and Saturday.

Monkton news for Jan. 19

Rokeby Educator Tucker Foltz will present a fascinating program about artifacts from the Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh.

Monkton news for Dec. 15

The East Monkton Church Association is hosting a community ‘Celebration of Christmas’ on Sunday, Dec. 18, at 2 p.m., at the East Monkton Church, 405 Church Road.

Monkton news for Dec. 8

The Monkton Museum and Historical Society welcomes you to an 1859 Old Town Hall Open House.

Monkton finds buyer for former library

Monkton has made strides in its work revitalizing the town’s historic buildings. 

Monkton news for Nov. 24

BSA Troop 525 is gearing up to sell Christmas trees and wreaths again this year.

Monkton news for Nov. 17

If you haven’t heard, the MAUSD/ANWSD merger was voted down.

Letter to the Editor: Advertisement did not reflect candidate’s true views

Shame on anyone sending out a flyer with my picture on it.

Monkton news for Oct. 13

The Monkton Friends Methodist Church is preparing for its annual dinner on Saturday, Oct. 22.

Monkton seeks ideas for old town hall

Those hoping to preserve Monkton’s former town hall are seeking community input on what to do with the historic building.

Survival camp teaches women important skills this fall

Monkton-based Vermont Outdoor Guide Association is inviting women into the woods next month for something a little more strenuous that just enjoying the fall colors.

Monkton hires its first town administrator

The town of Monkton recently hired its first-ever town administrator. At a Sept. 6 special meeting, the selectboard voted unanimously to have Stan Wilbur of New Haven fill the position beginning later this month. 

Stines take over former Boyer’s Orchard

Kathleen and Aaron Stine purchased Boyer’s Orchard and Cider Mill in Monkton earlier this year, reopening it under the name Stine Orchard with traditional apple-affiliated goodies and new live music events. 

Monkton gardeners help pollinators

“There’s something calming for me about getting my hands in the dirt,” Jenne Morton told me recently.

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