“Who is Stowe for?” This was the question posed by selectboard member Paco Aumand toward the end of a discussion Monday that centered around the two biggest housing issues currently shaping the economic landscape of the town: short-term rentals and inaccessibility.

It’s happening a little sooner than she’d expected, but Stowe’s town clerk is headed back to the private sector after nine years working out of the Akeley Memorial building on Main Street.

South Burlington officials are raising alarms over S.100, the state senate’s omnibus bill that would tackle the growing housing crisis and would reverse land development regulations approved by the city last year by requiring denser housing allowances in certain areas.

The South Burlington City Council last week gave final approval to use American Rescue Plan Funds for renovations to turn the Ho-Hum Motel on Williston Road into permanently affordable housing.

The Morristown Development Review Board unanimously approved the leveling of a 12-acre knoll and the sale of gravel produced in the process at the site of a planned 89-acre industrial park owned by Manufacturing Solutions Inc.

Despite growing up in Cambridge and participating for years in drag queen story hours at various local libraries, Emoji Nightmare had never really brought her big queen energy to a proper Lamoille County show before this past weekend, when she hosted a drag and burlesque show on the stage at Stowe Cider.


The pair of volunteers reach Lewis Creek just after sunrise in the summer, plastic bottles in hand. While one takes notes and plays lifeguard, the other wades out into the water, turns upstream and fills the bottles.

There’s an old Vermont folktale of uncertain origin concerning 19th century mountain dwellers so desperate to conserve food during the harsh North Country winters that they would drug their elders into an extended coma before placing them in a frozen “human hibernation” out in the snow.

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