“Congratulations. And, condolences.” That was David Bickford, chair of the Lamoille South school board, after the board signed off Monday night on a $32,275,750 budget proposal for the 2020-21 school year.
Leddy Arena is quiet at 5:15 a.m. The ice still bears the scratches of hockey stops performed the night before, and the air has that rubbery, stale smell, recognizable after spending time near a rink.
The resonant beat of a djembe drum filled the Rick Marcotte Central School Cafeteria as students, some faculty members, farmers from Common Roots and residents formed a circle.
Town Meeting Day is about five weeks away, when voters will elect members of their school and select boards and fill other offices.
Gov. Phil Scott has proposed fully funding the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, giving hope to people who have toiled for more than two decades to complete the 93-mile recreation path.
Shelburne’s Poet Laureate is stepping down … but he might be stepping up.
After a series of tough meetings, typical as Town Meeting nears, the Shelburne Selectboard has arrived at a budget it will submit for town voters’ approval in March.
The Harwood Union school board has tentatively proposed a 2.1 percent budget increase for the 2020-21 school year, and has once again reversed itself on sending all seventh- and eighth-graders to Crossett Brook Middle School in 2020.
If you use a wooden stick to stir the cream into your coffee at the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Cafe or at Billings Mobil in Waterbury, that stick might become part of a historic building.
Charlotte’s Clemmons Family Farm played an integral role in this year’s Martin Luther King Community Celebration at ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, on Monday, Jan. 20.
The Hinesburg Selectboard met upstairs in Town Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 15, so they would have a space big enough for the expected crowd to discuss what to do about ambulance service.
A system designed to help criminal offenders serve less time in prison is driving up Vermont’s prison admissions, according to new research from the Council of State Governments.
There were three cases of sexual assault and two instances of sexual harassment involving members of the Vermont National Guard in the last fiscal year, according to a report released Wednesday, Jan. 15.
The brother of a woman allegedly killed by her ex-boyfriend gave his support to legislation that would prevent people accused of domestic abuse from possessing or obtaining firearms.
Mark Crouthamel brought a 22-ton block party to Stowe this week, in the form of 180 oversized ice cubes that were dropped off at businesses around town and form the canvas for a group of super chill artists participating in the 20th iteration of the annual Stowe Winter Carnival Ice Carving Competition.
Rusty DeWees is one of the characters in the independent comedy film “Made in Vermont,” being shown at the Grange Hall Cultural Center in Waterbury Center for two showings on Saturday, Jan. 25, at 4:30 and 7 p.m.
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