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Historic Occurrences – 1938 Great New England and Long Island Express Hurricane killed 682+ people

  ATLANTIC STRONG - Sept. 21 1938 - The majority of the storm damage was from storm surge and wind. The winds reached up to 150 mph with waves surging to around 25–35 feet high. Readings from the Blue Hills Observatory showed sustained winds topping 120 miles per hour, with a gust of 186 miles per hour. The 1938 New England Hurricane (also referred to as the Great New England Hurricane and Long Island…
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BRAT Volunteers Supporting Clean Water

White River Junction, VT: Since 2014, the Black River Action Team has conducted weekly sampling at several area swimming holes all summer long. BRAT volunteers are trained to collect their samples carefully, following protocols set forth by the State of Vermont and Endyne Labs (a nationally-accredited facility in Lebanon NH). Endyne tests the samples for fecal coliform, which are present in the gut of all…
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Vermont Historic Preservation Watch Status

Upper Valley, VT: Royalton, Sharon, Strafford, and Tunbridge, VT have been listed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation Inc. Most Endangered Historic Places Watch List. The charming villages are surrounded by farms and forests in four historic towns. They would be permanently altered by a development proposal calling for construction of a new planned community in this rural part of Vermont.
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