New Haven group wants to connect community

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. 

Food teaches about Central American culture

Lunch hour looked a little different this Tuesday at New Haven’s Beeman Elementary School.

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. 

New Haven farm finds homes for wild horses

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. 

New Haven finds property that could host fire station

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. 

New Haven celebrates its migrant farm workers

Through a series of events this fall, New Haven residents have been making an effort to listen to and celebrate a part of the community that often goes unheard — migrant farm workers.

Editorial: New Haven’s promising path to embracing migrant workers

For the past several months the town of New Haven has embraced a program to connect with migrant farm workers in its community. It’s a model other Addison County communities might want to consider.

December programs set at New Haven library

The library’s last storytime before a short winter break will be next Tuesday, Dec. 13. Everyone is invited to join in for stories and songs.

New Haven explores street safety upgrades

The town of New Haven, in collaboration with the Addison County Regional Planning Commission and Vermont Agency of Transportation, is exploring ways to make Munger Street safer for bicyclists and pedestrians.

New Haven Train Depot moved to its final location

Nearly a year’s worth of work relocating the New Haven train depot came to an end this week, when the 19th-century building was placed on a foundation at its new permanent home next to the town’s library.

New Haven seeks land for fire station

While still in the early stages of the search, selectboard Chair John Rouleau said the need for a new station has been felt for years, as the fire department currently shares a building space with the town’s highway department.

Celebrate our migrant neighbors at a new fall festival in New Haven

Have fun in the fall and get to know more about migrant farmworkers in Addison County at this Oct. 1 festival.

A foundation is next for the New Haven depot

The next phase of creating a permanent home for the New Haven Train Depot is expected to begin later this month, when crews will start pouring a foundation for the historic structure.

Route 7 fire at New Haven apartments displaces four

No people were injured in the Monday morning blaze that drew firefighters from seven departments.

Shape Note singing services this Sunday in historic New Haven church

The public is invited to come to a shape note service at the Union Church of New Haven Mills this Sunday, which will raise money for the restoration of the historic church.