Wood-burning is a northern way of life

Wood-burning is a northern way of life

By Laurie D. Morrissey At about 9 a.m. on an overcast November Saturday, a group gathered at the edge of the Hopkinton-Webster Transfer Station (hereafter referred to as the dump, since that’s its real name and will never change). They sipped coffee, pulled on gloves, and adjusted ear protectors. Then they started to work. There… Read More »

The Word in the House

The Word in the House

Hitting the ground running The first week of the 2018 legislative session opened with less ceremony than last year, which was the beginning of the biennium. New members appointed since last May due to resignations were seated, and House Speaker Mitzi Johnson made her opening remarks.  She acknowledged that each House member was there to… Read More »

Sherry Senior: Finding a space for art

Sherry Senior: Finding a space for art

For almost two decades, Sherry Senior had a career as a decorative painter but recently, she decided to branch out. Senior was looking for new studio space when the building that once housed Jane McKnight’s Shelburne law office became available. She jumped at the opportunity and opened Roadhouse Studios in October. Its name comes from… Read More »

Travis Hart: Small-town practitioner helps athletes and others reach their peak

Travis Hart jokes that he and his wife Sarah Harkins are “a traditional chiropractic couple,” ticking off the names of other husband-wife duos who work together in practices across Vermont. Hart and Harkins started Vermont Chiropractic and Sports Medicine in Hinesburg in November 2009. A year and a half ago, they opened an additional smaller… Read More »

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