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North County Notebook: July 27, 2023
07-26-2023 12:03 PM

Highway superintendent updates Selectboard on road maintenance NORTHFIELD — Contractors are scheduled to repair the Town Hall parking lot from July 31 to Aug. 11, as well as replace diseased spruce trees along the edge of the lot.“It’s going to be a...


Leyden Fire Department rebuild making strides
07-11-2023 6:34 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

LEYDEN — Once down to one man, the Leyden Fire Department is rising from the ashes to build a small, dependable department focused on emergency response.As recently as February, the department was comprised solely of then-officer-in-charge and now...


North County Notebook: July 6, 2023
07-05-2023 2:50 PM

Lighten Up Trio to perform July 10 BERNARDSTON — The Bernardston Senior Center will host the Lighten Up Trio, performing folk, country, oldies and modern songs, on Monday, July 10, at 3:30 p.m.Music will be followed by the evening cafe at 4:30 p.m....


Former Leyden Selectboard member regains seat in uncontested race
06-27-2023 2:21 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

LEYDEN — Former Selectboard member Erica Jensen is back on the board for a three-year term after voters elected her in an uncontested race on Monday.Jensen, 60, is returning to the Selectboard one year after her one-year term ended. While all races...


Bill Glabach brings Leyden town government career to a close
06-24-2023 12:15 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

LEYDEN — For the first time in decades, there will not be a Glabach serving Leyden residents.After Monday’s annual town election, Bill Glabach, 80, will retire from the Selectboard after 24 years in the role and more than 30 total serving in town...


Leyden voters OK $2.03M budget, pass over road layout
06-23-2023 7:40 PM

By EMILEE KLEIN

LEYDEN — Voters commented on and inquired into the details of each article on the Annual and Special Town Meeting warrants on Tuesday. But despite interjections, all articles were approved, with the exception of one item that was passed over.The 74...


Former Selectboard member looks to regain seat in Leyden
06-23-2023 10:52 AM

By AALIANNA MARIETTA

LEYDEN — With longtime Selectboard member Bill Glabach opting not to seek reelection this year, a former member is looking to return to the board to fill his seat.Erica Jensen, who was elected to a one-year term on the Selectboard in 2021, has thrown...


North County Notebook: June 22, 2023
06-21-2023 2:20 PM

Pioneer Valley Symphony to perform movie music NORTHFIELD — Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra will perform music from movie favorites under the stars at the Northfield Golf Course on Sunday, June 25, starting at 5 p.m. as part of the town’s 350th...


Leyden Town Meeting voters to consider $2.03M budget, road discontinuance
06-18-2023 10:58 AM

By CHRIS LARABEE

LEYDEN — Annual Town Meeting voters will be asked to consider a $2.03 million fiscal year 2024 operating budget that proposes adding a new town assistant, designating Hunt Hill Road as a private way and paying off a larger portion of broadband...


North County Notebook: June 14, 2023
06-13-2023 6:08 PM

Bernardston resident earns degree from CCV BERNARDSTON — Miranda K. Neizer of Bernardston earned an associate’s degree from the Community College of Vermont at the spring commencement ceremony.June 20 deadline looms to participate in 350th parade...


State, local officials kick off Dairy Month at Leyden farm
05-31-2023 6:40 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

LEYDEN — The Facey family had about 30 guests over for milk and cookies on Wednesday afternoon. How else would you want to usher in National Dairy Month? Warren, Randy and Angie Facey, who own and operate Bree-Z-Knoll Farm on North County Road,...


Moo-ving on up: New $1.8M processing plant helps sustain Our Family Farms
05-22-2023 5:47 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

LEYDEN — The Our Family Farms dairy cooperative has opened a $1.8 million plant to process its milk and stay competitive in a notoriously difficult industry.Construction on the 4,500-square-foot facility started in November 2021 but completion was...


North County Notebook: May 11, 2023
05-10-2023 5:33 PM

Senior centers partner for Travel Club The senior centers of Northfield and Bernardston are partnering for a Travel Club that’s offering two May outings.On Friday, May 12, at 9 a.m., participants will meet at the Bernardston Senior Center and travel...


With five appointments, Leyden COA rebuilding
05-08-2023 6:47 PM

By LIESEL NYGARD

LEYDEN — With the Selectboard’s recent approval of five short-term appointments, the Council on Aging now has five new members and only two remaining vacancies.Amy St. Clair, Nannette Rolstad, Virginia “Ginny” Rockwood, Chris Maguire and Meredith...


Where has all the friendliness gone in Leyden?
05-05-2023 12:10 AM

Once again, and to my great dismay, I am drawn to reflect on recent events as they have been reported of our beautiful town of Leyden. Where has the cordiality and friendliness gone that once existed here? Items go missing from the Town Hall, and...


Woman faces 7 charges after police chase, armed robbery in Greenfield and Leyden
05-01-2023 5:25 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

GREENFIELD — A woman faces seven charges after staging an armed robbery in Greenfield and leading police on a high-speed chase that ended in her vehicle rolling over on Greenfield Road in Leyden on Sunday morning.According to Greenfield Police Lt....


Police: No crime in case of missing fridge, furniture at Leyden Town Hall
04-26-2023 7:44 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

LEYDEN — A police investigation found that former police chief Dan Galvis and former Selectboard member Jeff Neipp removed several items, including a full-size refrigerator, a wooden hutch for holding dishware and kitchen utensils, from Town Hall on...


Town Hall fridge, furniture go missing in Leyden
04-13-2023 5:20 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

LEYDEN — Several items, including a refrigerator, a wooden hutch and kitchen utensils, were taken from the Town Hall kitchen on Saturday, according to the Selectboard.“We don’t know for sure who [is responsible]. We don’t know what authorization they...


Leyden advisory group, Selectboard look to rebuild senior services
04-12-2023 6:33 PM

By LIESEL NYGARD

LEYDEN — In the wake of the resignation of all seven Council on Aging members, the Selectboard has temporarily taken over the COA’s duties and is working with an advisory group to brainstorm ideas for senior services.“We are hoping people will get...


Egg hunts abound in Franklin County this weekend
04-06-2023 6:56 PM

Easter is just a hop, skip and a jump away, and so are the annual egg hunts organized across Franklin County.New SalemThe New Salem Recreation Committee is sponsoring an egg hunt around the town common on Saturday, April 8, starting at 10 a.m. All...

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