Some Stowe foot races are back on the calendar after the coronavirus pandemic caused the almost-universal cancellation of competitions last year and had scientists racing against time to create and administer a vaccine.
Democratic Lt. Gov. Molly Gray concluded a tour of Lamoille County last week with a visit with Stowe restaurateur Mark Frier and a call for more federal funds to assist restaurants still recovering from losses suffered during the state’s pandemic lockdown.
Dave Wheeler shrugged into an orange rain jacket before hiking down a rocky slope toward Muddy Brook. He gestured up, to the Kimball/Marshall bridge rattling with cars, and below to a massive hole where a 15-foot culvert used to be.
Cooper is retiring tonight, Thursday, Aug. 5, and his friends are throwing him a barbecue. The Transportation Security Administration team at Burlington International Airport are bidding farewell to their favorite co-worker, Cooper, an explosive detection canine who has worked at the airport since 2017.
A proposed change to Greensboro’s zoning bylaws allowing development of a steep hillside east of Lake Eligo has prompted impassioned input from both supporters hoping to promote conservation in the area and developers looking to cash in on the land.
The Clarina Howard Nichols Center turned 40 years old in June, and its director is hard put to estimate just how many people the center has served over those four decades.
“We bubbled,” said Holly Crawford. She wasn’t describing how she and her sister Kathy Archer celebrated National Sisters Day Sunday.
Despite the hope these are the penultimate days of the COVID crisis, the Champlain Valley Water District treatment facility is still not open for group tours, but general manager Joe Duncan did agree to a tour around the plant for one.
One hundred years ago, Alice Howe’s great-great uncle built a home in Stowe.
Miss the meadow this summer. Sunday is your last chance as Stowe Performing Arts presents its final Music in the Meadow concert Aug. 8, in the Trapp Family Lodge wedding meadow with a performance by Red Baraat, a pioneering band from Brooklyn.
A $225,000 grant from the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board should plant the seed for the Vermont Land Trust and the town of Hinesburg to grow the Hinesburg Town Forest by 25 percent with the purchase of 291 acres from the Carse family.
Wisely, Lt. Gov. Molly Gray kept her remarks short at the Charlotte Town Party on Saturday. The food hadn’t been served when Gray spoke. Charlotters were restless. And hungry.
Your business builds community. Our newspapers build business. Together, we ensure vibrant places to live, work and play. Shop locally!
Find a local business
Our directory features more than 18 million business listings from across the entire United States. However, if we're missing your business, just click below to request that it be added. It's free!
How can I get listed at the top of the results?
An upgraded Power account puts your business right near the top!
If you're interested in submitting a line classified ad, click "Go to Form" or email email@example.com. For all other submissions, including legal announcements/public notices, box classifieds and display ads, contact the sales department at 802-253-2101 (Stowe Reporter), 802-888-2212 (News & Citizen), 802-985-3091 (Shelburne News/The Citizen) or 802-864-6670 (The Other Paper) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Display ad space reservations are due Monday at noon. Line classifieds are due Monday at 5 p.m. Earlier deadlines may arise with holidays; please call to confirm.