Friday, June 4 marked the opening of this year’s iteration of the Richmond Farmers Market.
Richmond Town Manager Josh Arneson announced the hiring of Kyle Kapitanski as the new Chief of Police for the town in a post on the Richmond town website earlier this month.
Town Forests have been an important part of Vermont’s rural fabric for over 100 years since Vermont’s first Municipal Forest Bill passed in 1915.
Richmond Elementary School and Camels Hump Middle School held their annual National Geographic GeoBees the last week of January, 2020. In hotly contested races, Maya Guilmette won at RES, and Elise Cournoyer (last year’s champion at RES) was the CHMS winner. Runners up at RES were Myah Gingras (second place) and Hudson Brown (third…
Musicians To Play in National Ensembles During the 2018–19 school year, along with other accomplished music students across the United States and overseas in military base schools, Jayme Billings (Sophomore-Alto Saxophone) and Ethan Hall (Senior-Trombone) from Mount Mansfield Union High School (MMUsic) practiced with dedication to gain a chair or part in their…
Danielle Petralia and Ashley Hanlon of Richmond have graduated from the Vermont School Leadership Project at the Snelling Center for Government.
Many, many thanks to Marcia Gardner who has been our State Representative for the past four years and done an excellent job!
In October 2020, state officials discovered an infestation of emerald ash borers (EAB) in an ash tree near downtown Richmond. It was the first confirmed EAB infestation in Chittenden County, a sign that alarmed local foresters. By the time researchers found it, though, the invasive, brilliant-green beetles had likely been here for some time.
On Monday, January 4, the Richmond Selectboard logged onto its first meeting of the year.
With Town Meeting Day coming near, two of Richmond’s five Selectboard seats are on the ballot.