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Robert Frost’s Legacy

Ripton, Vermont

Robert Frost - poet, farmer, naturalist - lived throughout New England (and beyond), before eventually settling in Ripton, Vermont.

By Allison Flint | September 29, 2011
The Northernmost Battle of the Civil War

St. Albans, Vermont

St. Albans lies in the northwest of Vermont, nestled in the valley comprising Lake Champlain, the Adirondacks and Green Mountains, about fifteen miles from the Canadian border.

By Mike Dunphy | September 16, 2011
The Lake Champlain Monster

Our favorite Champ - Burlington, Vermont

Sandra Mansi didn’t expect much on a trip to Lake Champlain on July 5, 1977 beyond a typical summer’s day at the beach with her family.

By Mike Dunphy | July 20, 2011
Can Civility Follow Tragedy?

New England’s Proud History of Civil Discourse

Having lost one of our most prominent and beloved native sons at the hands of a gunman we New Englanders, perhaps more than most, understand the need for restraint in our civil discourse.

By Peter F. Demers | January 12, 2011
New England Cemeteries

Michael F Biscelglia, Jr. discover's humor in the most unlikliest of places - New England cemetries!

By Michael F. Bisceglia, Jr. | August 30, 2010

The Green Mountain State’s nickname is derived from its stunning mountains, which are central to tourism, industry and maple syrup production. Vermont’s rugged terrain has developed a way of life that typifies the independent Yankee spirit, with ingenuity that many people ascribe to New Englanders.

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