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An employee at the Shaw’s Supermarket in Stowe has tested positive for COVID-19. The store remains open, but the company, in a statement, said the store underwent a deep clean after the employee tested positive.

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After a social media firestorm, EW Bitter, organizer and founder of the Stowe Lacrosse Classic tournament, has canceled the event and said he’s looking for a new town to host it in future years.

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Alex Escaja got the call while waiting to speak at a virtual public forum about funding of Burlington’s police department.

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Vermont group The Black Perspective filled Burlington’s Church Street with a protest on July 4.

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A group of Craftsbury residents wants the town to form a task force to combat racism and inequity after a trio toting a Confederate flag in a truck disrupted an antiracism rally in early June.

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Wednesday Night Live is returning to Morristown later this month. Following state rules, Dan Lindley, the town administrator, said attendance will be limited to 150 people per night, social distancing will be observed, and face masks will be required.

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Medora Plimpton would love to work herself out of a job. In spite of the emotional rollercoaster, presumably in the “other duties as assigned” on her job description, Plimpton loves being a wildlife rehabilitator.

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Shelburne Town Manager Lee Krohn and wife Carol Talley took advantage of some perfect July 4 weekend weather, spotting a ferry on Shelburne Shipyard’s drydock.

Weekly Calendar

Because of the coronavirus outbreak, many events and activities have been canceled, postponed or transitioned to a digital format; but, as life begins a return to normalcy, we are bringing back the weekly calendar, which will detail both virtual and in-person events.

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When Rik Palieri was 19, his musical idol called him on stage.

Palieri’s life was changed forever.

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