A Stowe man has admitted to setting eight fires in town over the past two years, causing about $1.5 million in damage.
Stowe’s property values continued to rise last year, despite the pandemic, adding an estimated $33 million to the town’s overall property grand list already valued at more than $2 billion.
South Burlington’s city council approved a lean general fund budget just one percent higher than last year — despite rising utility costs, scrawny Local Option Tax Fund gains and lasting aches from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pop quiz: What’s the most pressing issue facing lawmakers in the 2021 legislative session? Hint: It’s been the most pressing issue in the world for a year now.
Gymnasium bleachers are the site of — and play witness to — fond memories for the small towns they serve, from basketball games to graduations, concerts to Town Meeting Day.
Before Jan. 8, Wendy Brodie, executive director of The Arbors in Shelburne, said she hoped that Friday would be a new beginning.
At 7, Zach Latta took apart his parents’ computer and put it back together. At 12, Latta was part of team that developed an online video game with 10,000 users.
Some of snowboarding’s women pioneers, including Laurie Asperas, Kelly Jo Legaz, Suzi Rueck and Eveline Schnorf, will share their stories and discuss their accomplishments in opening up snowboarding to girls and women around the globe in the next installment of the Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum’s Red Bench lecture series.
The 47th Stowe Winter Carnival has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the organizers hope to still be able to hold the annual event in March.
According to Olivia Miller, if she’s not actively fighting racism, she feels complicit in the problem.
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