Chad Hollister and bandmate Primo play a rolling concert Saturday night on the streets of Morrisville. Since the pandemic canceled a lot of concerts, Spruce Peak Performing Arts is bringing the concerts to the streets. Information: sprucepeakarts.org/drive-by-concert-series.

South Burlington High School had a graduation like never before on Friday, June 12. Many decorated their caps with hints of their next steps. With a drive-in audience and screen of jumbo proportions, students, families and the school community aren’t likely to forget this one.

It was unorthodox to say the least, but the sun shone brightly on Champlain Valley Union High School’s June 12 graduation at the Champlain Valley Expo. Topics on the tongue were unity, social change and the end of a very weird senior year. Speakers, singers, selfies and salutations filled th…

The rules allow the markets to open, but customers can’t linger, there’s no entertainment and masks are de rigeur.

Photographer Gordon Miller roams through Lamoille County, capturing local life and times. During the coronavirus shutdown, many people have placed stuffed animals in windows and on mailboxes, doors, fences and other locations, offering a little bit of welcome fun for kids riding in the family car.

Greg Stefanski chants "Heck no, we won't go!" over his bullhorn to a protest crowd gathered along the streets of downtown Johnson on Sunday. Participants were objecting to a proposal to shut down Northern Vermont University-Johnson.