Students of all ages and mortarboard sensibilities graduated Saturday from Northern Vermont University’s Johnson campus.
Spring begins to show more signs of warmth and sunshine around Lamoille County.
The Current, Stowe’s contemporary art gallery, hosted a reception May 1 to showcase its annual celebration of artwork by local students.
Stowe Mountain Resort wrapped up the 2022-23 ski season Sunday with summery blue skies and creamy corn snow.
TRIP Dance Company dancers performed at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center April 1 as part of their annual fundraiser.
The Swimming Hole in Stowe hosted the Chill for a Cause ICE Challenge April 1 where participants plunged into a tub of ice water for one minute to raise money for the nonprofit health club facility.
The annual Sugar Slalom was held this past weekend at Stowe Mountain Resort, combining two springtime staples — frozen granular and steaming Vermont maple syrup.
Swimmers went the distance — 30K to be exact — in the pool at Stowe’s The Swimming Hole over two days, March 25-26, during the 2nd annual Vermonster Marathon Fundraising Swim to raise money and awareness for a free adult swimming program offered at the nonprofit health center.
“Bud’s Way,” named for long-time ski instructor Bud Conger, is a slice of Morse Mountain connecting Smugglers’ Notch Resort’s village lift line to its highlands base area.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott's Administration officials visited Lamoille County on March 20, 2023. Continuing their county tour to hear from community leaders about their unique infrastructure needs and to discuss the many funding opportunities available to them via federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021. Officials offered guidance on how communities can apply for assistance with tangible economic development, housing, water and sewer, climate change mitigation measures, and broadband projects.
The Hyde Cup, Stowe’s annual exercise in icy egalitarianism, skated into town last week, culminating over the weekend with the usual costumed shenanigans.
Scenes from last weekend’s Stowe Derby cross-country ski race from the top of Mansfield to Stowe Village.
Burlington’s Brass Balagan street band and warming fires set the stage for a cheesy winter competition with a wheel of Jasper Hill cheddar as the curling stone.
Hundreds of people gathered in Stowe on Sunday, Feb. 19, to celebrate the life of Jack Seivwright, an Elmore native and standout Stowe High School athlete who died the week before after a skiing accident in the French Alps at the age of 20.
Morrisville once again went to the dogs over the weekend, as canine speedsters took to the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail for two days of dog sled racing.
Firefighters had the blaze under control in less than an hour.
The flames damaged siding, causing paint to bubble like “a piece of cheese in a toaster oven,” and the front panes of three double-paned windows on the building’s upper level exploded, showering the sidewalk below with glass.
Video of sick goats was posted to social media after neighbors feared for the animals’ health.
The race was held at Peoples Academy and racers were encouraged to wear costumes.
Green Mountain Adaptive Sports, Stowe’s local adaptive sports chapter, host the Stowe Monoski Ski Day annually through a collaboration with the Kelly Brush Foundation, Spaulding Rehab Sports Centers, Adaptive Sports Partners and Eastern Adaptive Sports.