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.

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 … (read more)

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)