Heard on the Street

HEARD ON THE STREET: 5.3.18

Onion River Chorus to Present Mozart and Haydn In celebration of its fortieth anniversary year, Montpelier’s Onion River Chorus will present a particularly ambitious and appealing program of Mozart’s great “C Minor Mass” and Haydn’s achingly lyrical “Salve Regina.” The two concerts are Saturday and Sunday, May 12 and 13, at 7:30 pm, both at […]

HEARD ON THE STREET: 4.19.18

Redstone Property to be Sold to Highest Bidder The historic Redstone building, located on 10 acres at 26 Terrace Street in Montpelier, will sold by the state “as is” to the party who submits the highest bid by May 4, according to a bid notice issued by the state Department of Buildings & General Services. […]

HEARD ON THE STREET: 3.1.18

Another Montpelier Phantom  The wonder, the worry, the puzzle of it. We’re aware of Montpelier’s annual Valentine Phantom, who covers the downtown with big, red hearts on February 14. But consider this other, earlier phantom that struck at the end of January. Take the case of Kenny and Barbara Saxe, who live on Guernsey Avenue […]

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Vermont Foodbank Receives Annual TD Charitable Foundation Food Bank Grant The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, announced that it has provided $800,000 in grants to 36 food banks across the bank’s Maine-to-Florida footprint to help provide meals locally to families and individuals in need. The grants focus on food stability, […]

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March Mania at the Adamant Coop The Adamant Co-op is launching a new contest in March. It’s pretty simple: whoever has the highest shopping total in dollars for the month of March wins. First prize is $100 in the form of a Co-op gift card or store credit. Second prize is a lovely Adamant Co-op […]

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Beau Loses its Bar and Bartender  Montpelier may have lost its best cocktail mixer, as Kate Wise has ended her tenure at Beau, and the bar will not continue. However, her prodigious skills and experience will still be on tap for Vermonters near and far through her new venture, Wise Consulting, LLC. Wise will be […]

HEARD ON THE STREET: 12.21.17

Down Home Kitchen Now Open for Dinner If you’ve noticed the warm glow of candlelight at the corner of Langdon and Main while driving by during afternoon and evening hours lately, it’s because Down Home Kitchen has extended its hours until 10 pm Wednesdays through Saturdays. For the past two and a half years, the […]

HEARD ON THE STREET: 10.19.17

Angeleno’s Closing After thirty-five years serving up pizza in Montpelier, Angeleno’s, on Barre Street across from St. Augustine’s church, is closing its doors for good this Saturday night (October 21). The owners hope folks will stop by for one last slice and to reminisce. They also urge everyone to support locally owned Montpelier restaurants.   […]

HEARD ON THE STREET: 10.5.17

Vermont Big Game Reporting Stations MONTPELIER – Vermont hunters who take deer, bears or turkeys must bring them to a reporting station within 48 hours. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department keeps an updated list of big game reporting stations on their website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com) with a map showing their locations.  Here is a direct link […]

HEARD ON THE STREET: 9.21.17

Clean Water Fund Board Seeks Public Input on Budget Deadline Sept. 28 MONTPELIER — The Clean Water Fund Board is accepting public comments on their Clean Water Fund Budget (dec.vermont.gov/watershed/cwi/cwf) for the next fiscal year. The fund supports municipalities, farmers and others in making investments in projects to improve water quality. Your participation will help […]