The proposed Vermont Senate district map offered by the seven-person board responsible for redrawing the state’s political landscape every 10 years may aim to dilute some of the political clout wielded in Chittenden County, but Lamoille County’s lone senator isn’t much of a fan.
In a town where alcohol has long lubricated the local economy, and where the nightlife is often just getting started at 10 p.m., Stowe restaurant and bar owners have roundly rejected a proposal by the town to place a cutoff time on outdoor drinking.
For some on South Burlington’s new climate action task force, the fate of their kids and grandkids is in danger. For others, equity and housing are integral to saving the planet.
An Elmore woman was fatally shot by her husband who then shot and killed himself early Monday morning in what police are calling a case of homicide stemming from domestic violence.
A full house gathered at Elmore Methodist Church Tuesday night to talk out the question of leaving the Lamoille South Unified Union school district and whether the vote is a golden opportunity to take control or a blind leap into a dangerous abyss.
“Fourteen Shelburne police and dispatch employees have left the department, eight in the last six months and the remainder mainly within the past year,” Riell noted. “Collectively over a century of experience, skill, knowledge, information and training has been lost.
Chief operations officer Jeanne Jensen came to the school board meeting in a mask perfect for delivering a budget report — her mask appeared to be covered in money.
A series of generous donations last year have allowed The Current, the contemporary art education and exhibition center in Stowe, to expand education offerings to now include printmaking, glass work and ceramics among other multi-medium classes.
Those big orange plow trucks that the Vermont Agency of Transportation uses to keep the roads cleared, salted and sanded all winter are so ubiquitous that, save for a passing glance of the drivers piloting them, one could be forgiven for thinking they all look exactly alike.
The fundraising effort to add 291 acres to Hinesburg Town Forest crossed the finish line Tuesday.
The state has given towns the right to impose mask mandates and Charlotte is considering whether it should ask residents and visitors to dig out those face coverings.
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