Gisele Bolduc, 98, of New Haven

NEW HAVEN — Gisele Bolduc, 98, of New Haven died on Wednesday morning, March 30, 2022. A wake and time for gathering with friends and family will take place at Brown McClay Funeral Home in Vergennes on Tuesday, April 5, 6-8 p.m. A funeral service will be held at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Vergennes on Wednesday, April 6, at 1:30 p.m. A full obituary will run in a future edition of the Independent.

Pitts to compete at national track and field championships

A Mount Abe grad is competing in the NCAA meet this weekend.

Ballots are set for 5-Town boards

All 10 members of selectboards in Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, New Haven and Starksboro whose terms are set to expire on Town Meeting Day will be running to keep their seats.

Video: The New Haven train depot on the move

We tagged along with the moving company transporting the historic New Haven train depot from New Haven Junction to its new home on North Street, where it arrived on Thursday.

New Haven train depot set to move on Jan. 12

The historic train depot located at the junction of Routes 7 and 17 in New Haven will begin the first leg of its journey to a new home on North Street this coming week.

Historic New Haven depot to travel across farm fields

Plans for relocating the historic New Haven Junction Train Depot have taken an adventurous turn in recent weeks.

Mt. Abe grad wins prize for her first book

“Cassie Fancher is a young Alice Munro, rendering the streets and back roads of rural New England via fresh, haunting and electrifying images of longing and grief,” said one of the judges.

George Allen Bell, 69, formerly of New Haven

CARTHAGE, Mo. — George A. Bell passed away on September 15, 2021 in California, while on a trip visiting friends. He was born on November 13, 1951 to the late George H. Bell and Betty Bell of New Haven. He grew up in New Haven and graduated from Vergennes … (read more)

Ruth Paraskevopoulos graveside service

NEW HAVEN — A graveside service for Ruth Paraskevopoulos, who died Dec. 17, 2020, is planned for 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25 at Evergreen Cemetery in New Haven.

Vergennes motorcyclist struck and killed in Route 7 crash Tuesday

NEW HAVEN — A Vergennes man died and a Cornwall woman sustained what Vermont State Police described as “significant injuries” in a motorcycle-car crash at the intersection of Route 7 and the River Road in New Haven at around 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday.State pol … (read more)

Police searching for New Haven man who quit court-ordered drug rehab

VERMONT — Vermont State Police are searching for a New Haven man who allegedly discharged himself from a Burlington drug rehabilitation facility Thursday, in direct violation of a court order, according to a press release issued Friday afternoon.Brian A. … (read more)

New Haven advances plan to move depot

NEW HAVEN — The campaign to save the 19th-century New Haven Junction Train Depot, by picking it up and moving it roughly 1.5 miles east to North Street, has nearly come to fruition — thanks in part to state and federal help.New Haven has received two sign … (read more)

New Haven tax rate plummets

NEW HAVEN — A budget surplus due in large part to COVID-related project delays has led to a significant decrease in New Haven’s property tax rate for the coming year.On July 20 the selectboard set the FY 2021 municipal tax rate at $0.3693 per $100 of asse … (read more)

New Haven to seek new zoning/town administrator

NEW HAVEN — New Haven will soon be in the market for a new zoning/town administrator.Aaron Brown, the town’s current ZA/TA informed the selectboard last month that he’s planning to resign in the near future in order to pursue other opportunities.Brown is … (read more)

New Haven Fire Department gets grain rescue tube

DES MOINES, Iowa — This past Saturday local first responders with New Haven Volunteer Fire Department were awarded a grain rescue tube and specialized training from Nationwide and Frazer Insurance Agency through Nationwide’s Grain Bin Safety advocacy camp … (read more)

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