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Weeks after losing bike access to hundreds of acres in the heart of its celebrated trail network, Kingdom Trails Association (KTA) plans to expand to new areas, improve outreach and education and strengthen relationships with 92 landowners that allow trails on their property. Read more

On any given day, members of Do North Coworking in Lyndonville can be seen sitting at convertible desks, typing away in the open workspace, grabbing a beverage from the bright red refrigerator in the shared kitchen, having a meeting in the conference room or taking calls in one of the dedica… Read more

In 1782, Vermont stood as a republic and the American Revolution still had a year of battles ahead. A little boy was born on Jan. 18 in the frontier town of Salisbury, N.H., who would shape the crucial decisions of the nation, while always basing his ethics in New England farming culture. Read more

This is the third and final installment of tales from two weeks in the northern highlands of Scotland in September. The first column covered the western coastal highlands around Ullapool. The second dealt with the wild, wet, and rocky far northwestern coast, where we stayed in Kirtomy. Read more

When Heather Alger and Nick Anzalone decided to relocate to St. Johnsbury a couple of years ago, they were looking to downsize to a simple space within walking distance to St. Johnsbury Academy. They settled on what is now 142 Eastern (located at 142 Eastern Avenue), a venue for intimate com… Read more

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