Over 60 members of the Brace family were in Poultney on Sunday to celebrate the unveiling of a new historic marker that honors their common ancestor – former slave and Poultney resident, Jeffrey Brace.
Nina Keck was there and filed this report.
rates in Vermont have been dropping steadily, but 18 percent of adults
are still hooked.
show that about 70 percent of all smokers want to quit. If you’re one of them, the
Vermont Health Department hopes you’ll check out their newly revamped Quit
Network to find free tips and other help.
Patrick Leahy and Senator Arlen Specter got an earful today on what rural
communities need to combat increasingly violent drug-related crime.
held a Senate Judiciary hearing in Rutland and VPR’s Nina Keck was there.
will be the center of the snowboarding universe for the next ten days.
As VPR’s Nina Keck reports, back-to-back competitions
will bring the best snowboarders in the world to Killington and Stratton Mountain.