Click any picture to learn more, and find more adoptable pets at www.vnews.com/adoptablepets.
The winter parking ban runs from Dec. 1 through April 1, from midnight through 6 a.m. For the nitty gritty details of when to park where within city limits, see the PDF below.
Julie Eckert reports on the Enfield listserve that a “canine” was recently taken. Description:
Brown. Small. Quite heavy. Taken at Enfield dog park end of Oct. before scarecrows taken down.
Village very disappointed. Faithful ambassador to the park. Made of wood and carpet. Missing from Enfield dog park scarecrow display. Excellent “stay” , will not respond to voice commands. Never jumps up or barks.
If you’ve got the dog, she’s asking you to bring it to 3 Shaker Blvd. in Enfield.
We told you that this Hartland tree was gonna get cut down (and showed you its baby picture from 1990), and now it has happened!
— VT Sec. of State (@VermontSOS) November 28, 2018
The State House Christmas tree is going up pic.twitter.com/fjq4TKtiB2
— Neal P. Goswami (@nealgoswami) November 28, 2018
— Dave Silberman (@DaveSilberman) November 29, 2018
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BTW, there’s a lighting ceremony scheduled for Friday at 4:30 p.m. on the Vermont Statehouse lawn in Montpelier.
p.s. TOTALLY SEPARATE AND UNRELATED, but doesn’t the tree photo remind you of this whole scene?
Join me in congratulating Maggie, who was named the new editor of the Valley News on Tuesday. I’m excited to continue to work with her and see her excel in her new role!
Read the full story on her new job here.