With the arrival of peak foliage last week came the peak leaf peeper traffic, but one meadow off Stowe’s Mountain Road seemed to attract an unusual influx of photo snappers.
Racial and transphobic slurs brought a South Burlington-Burlington girls’ volleyball game to a sudden stop last week.
The number of kids riding school buses in South Burlington seems to be back to pre-pandemic levels — most adults and teens are vaccinated and the promise of a shot for youngsters is within reach.
The Rooney Farm in the Mud City area of Morristown milks a herd of 50 carefully curated cows, with ubiquitous Holsteins for a reliable base and a mix of Ayrshires, Jerseys, Guernseys and Norwegian Reds to add better butter content and lower bacteria counts — quality measures that fetch a higher price from the buyer.
The Peter A. Krusch Nature Preserve opened in Cambridge earlier this month, bringing a dynamic and tranquil piece of land to the public while expanding access to the Cambridge Pines State Forest.
A new exhibit of handmade quilts by Shelburne resident Hope Johnson is on display at the Pierson Library. The show features several works featuring honeybees, a theme the artist has focused on since learning how to sew a quilt, and is on view in the south entrance foyer.
The Pierson Library addition to Shelburne’s Town Hall included extensive structural, mechanical, electrical systems renovations, the cost of which exceeded the original budget for that work.
As the leaves scatter across the ground and pumpkins appear on porches, Halloween can be felt in the cool autumn air across Lamoille County.
The Vermont high school sports social media landscape went wild on Saturday afternoon with a highlight reel touchdown catch.
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