Lamoille South superintendent Tracy Wrend has agreed to field questions from Stowe residents next week about what might happen if the town decides to leave the school district.
South Burlington elementary and middle school students will up their face-to-face learning from four to five days a week in early May, less than two months before the last day of school, according to Superintendent David Young’s newsletter last Friday.
As a jogger in a neon orange shirt ran past Tracey Carson, headed into the heart of Red Rocks Park, a fluffy dog chased after him dragging a leaf- and twig-riddled leash along the forest floor.
A new surplus store in Johnson is bringing about second chances: one for a historic property that has lay dormant for years, the other to people fighting drug and alcohol addiction.
The high school winter sports season in Vermont was a turbulent one, with squads playing far fewer games and several schools pulling out of the playoffs completely after students tested positive for COVID-19.
Caitlin Grasso, of Shelburne, is working to make living robots.
Students from Treewild Forest classroom hauled in 100 black willow rods to root along the banks of the LaPlatte River to stabilize the area around the LaPlatte Crossing suspension footbridge.
The state budget working its way through the Vermont Senate includes full funding and annual maintenance for the 93-mile Lamoille Valley Rail Trail.
Jeffersonville poet Susan Sanders has spent the last month capturing in verse what she sees as the essence of every Lamoille County town, focusing on what makes each unique and an attribute to the whole of the community.
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, whose members refer to it as CoCoRaHS, is an organization of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds who measure rain, hail and snow and record these measurements on the group’s interactive website.
Enrique Peredo, the Master Gardener project leader at the Growing Together Community Gardens in Hinesburg, is offering gardening help to people of color.
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