Just after sunrise, less than 24 hours after Tropical Storm Irene barreled down on Vermont, Intervale farmers were out in the fields racing to save their crops. With plastic totes and wooden bins in hand, the farmers and a number...
We just spoke to Pittsfield Emergency Manager Peter Borden, who has good/bad news to report from this small town north of Killington. "We're glad to be alive!" he said. "The covered bridge in Pittsfield is gone, relocated.
UPDATE (9:45 pm): Parts of Vermont were simply devastated by Tropical Storm Irene today. Torrential rains have led to flooding in the state's rivers and streams. Historic covered bridges have been washed away.
More bad news out of Vermont this morning. It appears Hurricane Irene took out The Alchemist, the renowned brewpub in Waterbury that makes Heady Topper, a beer that many people consider to be the finest India pale ale in the...
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