As of Feb. 15, Ruth Shattuck Bernstein has taken the helm at the New Haven Community Library as its new library director.
For nearly 40 years, the former Bristol Railroad hauled passengers, potatoes and a variety of locally made products from Bristol to New Haven and beyond.
The Preservation Trust of Vermont has awarded a Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization grant of $100,000 to the Town of New Haven for exterior renovations to the New Haven Depot.
The crew that in January of last year moved the New Haven Train Depot 1.7 miles from New Haven Junction, underneath powerlines and across frozen fields to its new, permanent home near the town’s library, recently received international recognition for the … (read more)
New Haven is moving forward with an exploration of how to make Munger Street safer for cyclists and pedestrians after the town appeared to have reached a standstill in the ongoing scoping study.
Vermont State Police arrested Gary McIntyre, 77, and cited him for setting fire to a house in New Haven on Wednesday.
A lot has changed since Mary Pat Roche first began working at Beeman Elementary School 27 years ago.
The Addison County Solid Waste Management District (ACSWMD) has purchased land in New Haven that will host a new regional transfer station where folks will be able to bring their residential trash, recyclables and, eventually, household hazardous waste.
New Haven real estate transfers between January 2022 and March 2023 include 22 single-family homes, five mobile homes, two farm properties and six parcels of land.
The library programs aim to provide local and regional community members an opportunity to engage with authors and their work in a community setting.
A recently formed group in New Haven is hoping to give the town’s residents more opportunities to get together, ideally without requiring an entrance fee to do so.
Lunch hour looked a little different this Tuesday at New Haven’s Beeman Elementary School.
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.
The nonprofit farm, run by co-founders Madison Berry and Jasmine Foster, is a training and adoption facility for wild horses. Berry and Foster bring the mustangs from out West to find forever homes in New England.
The town of New Haven has entered into negotiations for the purchase of land that could one day house a new fire station for the town.