With windchills in the negative double-digits, it was fitting that Town Meeting Day voting in Stowe took place at an ice rink.
Amid all the numbers and reports, the annual reports that town officials put together every year typically include dedications to people who have made an impression in the community.
A plexiglass barrier, hand sanitizer and masked pollsters — some draped in blankets — greeted voters on Town Meeting Day, March 2.
Along with February report cards, South Burlington elementary school principals sent a letter asking families to accept the reality that it is unlikely kids will catch up to academic benchmarks by June.
It was a cold, unconventional Town Meeting Day, but voters, either at the polls or from the shelter of their homes, had their say.
Mae Jowers entered this world in the early part of the 20th century, during the Roaring 20s. With the pluck befitting a born-and-raised Vermonter, the lively Jowers began her second century Feb. 25.
A historic barn in Morrisville awaits a new purpose. The Morrisville Rotary has made the barn project the 2021 recipient of its annual Polar Splash fundraiser, er, Polar Non-Splash this year.
Hinesburg will soon hire its first-ever town manager, as approved by voters on Town Meeting Day.
Charlotte voters defeated amendments to the town plan and land use regulations intended to increase commercial development in East Charlotte large margins.
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