Stowe Mountain Resort has unveiled a plan for skiers and riders to forego paying $30 a day this winter to park on weekends and holidays and instead pay 15 times that amount upfront and park for free all year — if there’s room.
A South Burlington man has been charged with killing a friend in Burlington and is also the prime suspect in a second homicide at a South Burlington motel.
Although the pandemic-era scenes of massive food drives organized by literal armies at high schools and airports around Vermont are a thing of the past, something quieter and bigger has replaced it: the population of people still needing help getting food.
For a few years now, Peter Ingvoldstad and his wife Mary have been leveraging one of the most important assets they own as an essential part of their retirement income: their home.
People wanting to develop property in Morristown, especially in the historic village, must adhere to stricter zoning rules today than they did just a day or two ago.
A homophobic slur levied at Champlain Valley Union field hockey players during a game in Manchester — an incident that students say is all too common not just at opposing games but within their own community — is adding greater weight to the district’s recent equity audit and its work surrou…
The findings of the Champlain Valley School District’s equity audit show marginalized groups in the district are not achieving comparably high outcomes compared to their peers.
Planning for Vibrant Communities, an upcoming housing summit workshop hosted by Lamoille Housing Partnership and the Working Communities Challenge, will be held Wednesday, Oct. 26, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Green Mountain Support Services, 93 James Road, Morristown.
Kingdom County Productions is bringing the Mummenschanz theater troupe to Johnson as part of its 50th anniversary tour, Thursday, Oct. 13, at 7 p.m., at Dibden Theater, Vermont State University in Johnson.
Jim Faulkner, Charlotte’s selectboard chair, got a call recently from a resident that one the town’s radar speed signs on Hinesburg Road wasn’t working.
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