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All around Stowe, in this time of social distancing, signs deliver messages of thanks, of regret about closing for now, of spirit, of encouragement, and how to pick up your takeout food.

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After last week’s snowstorm, Lisa Perrin and her family in the Laurel Hill South neighborhood built two snowmen – exactly six feet apart. “We decided to represent the current need for social distancing in a fun way,” Perrin said.

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A helpful – and healthful – reminder greets travelers in Shelburne.

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A possibly overloaded glider that crashed near the summit of Sterling Mountain in Morristown a year and a half ago, killing the pilot and his two passengers, did not have proper seat belts installed for the passengers, according to a new report from the National Transportation Safety Board.


It was with infectious hope that Lydia Clemmons explained the new work and opportunities a $100,000 recent grant from the Bay and Paul Foundation has allowed the Clemmons Family Farm to pursue.


Your local guide to the global outbreak.

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In-person shopping visits at the Shelburne Food Shelf will cease as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread throughout the region.

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In the age of staying socially distant, some community members are finding creative ways to come together and offer support.

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While many Vermont businesses, restaurants and bars are changing plans during the coronavirus pandemic, the great outdoors remains open for business.

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Vermont “strongly discourages” incoming travel from coronavirus hotspots in the Northeast, Gov. Phil Scott said Monday, and directed all “nonessential” travelers from outside the state to self-quarantine for 14 days once they get here.

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The phone lines were flooded at the Vermont Department of Labor last week. As COVID-19 keeps most Vermonters at home, businesses, restaurants and shops are feeling financial strain, some having to layoff or terminate workers amid the economic crunch.


For most Vermonters, neighboring New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary brings the challenge of enduring seemingly endless campaign commercials. For Greg and Amy Tatro, it offered something more: The chance to take a selfie with a potential future commander in chief.

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