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Journalist and photographer Cherise Madigan specializes in writing about outdoor recreation, the environment and travel. She has roots in Manchester and a history of reporting throughout Southern Vermont. Madigan is a graduate of Nazareth College of Rochester, earning her degree in Political Science summa cum laude in 2015.

TRSU exec panel picks Powden evaluation form

TRSU exec panel picks Powden evaluation form Parents, community members to get different document

By Cherise Madigan ©2018 Telegraph Publishing LLC The Executive Committee of the Two Rivers Supervisory Union, at its April 5 meeting, outlined a methodology and timeline for the evaluation of Superintendent Meg Powden, while also formulating a list of areas in the supervisory union’s proposed fiscal 2019 budget that could be considered for cuts by […]

Derry board hears about traffic safety data, Energy Committee's next steps

Derry board hears about traffic safety data, Energy Committee’s next steps

By Cherise Madigan 2018 Telegraph Publishing LLC Appointments and announcements dominated the first meeting of the Londonderry Select Board following Town Meeting, with acting chairman Jim Ameden — who previously served as chairman between 2005 and 2016 — formalizing his leadership of the board, and fellow member George Mora elected to vice chair. The Monday, […]

Johnny Seesaw's razed to rise again

Johnny Seesaw’s razed to rise again

By Cherise Madigan © 2018 Telegraph Publishing LLC PERU After years of decay, the original Johnny Seesaw’s restaurant is gone, but in its place will rise a new restaurant that owners hope will reflect the personality of the previous owners and love that the surrounding community had for it. The revival is the result of […]

Transportation, truck issues steer Weston board meeting

Transportation, truck issues steer Weston board meeting

By Cherise Madigan ©2018 Telegraph Publishing LLC Business moved quickly at the Tuesday, Feb. 13 meeting of the Weston Select Board, where transportation policies and town vehicles where the primary topic of discussion. Road Foreman Almon Crandall kicked off the meeting with an update on the town’s new Ford 550 truck, a $87,697 purchase authorized […]