There are already two opposing legal opinions on whether the town of Stowe can decouple from Morristown and Elmore and leave the merged Lamoille South school district.
Johnson’s racial justice committee has a new leader. Sophia Berard — a graduate student studying clinical mental health counseling — is the group’s new chair. She takes over for Rick Auperlee, who resigned in May.
Morristown voters might have an opportunity to go to the polls later this summer to vote on things as disparate as saying hello to more all-terrain vehicles and saying good-bye to Stowe as a member of the merged school district, but they won’t be voting for someone to fill a spot on the selectboard.
Eden town clerk and treasurer Candy Vear and assistant clerk and treasurer Donna Whitcomb noted in their annual report that Town Meeting Day 2020, just a week before the start of the coronavirus pandemic, was your normal annual meeting affair. It was arguably the last normal thing until quit…
Morristown’s Emergency Medical Services squad could soon be able to transport the most critical of patients and bill at the highest rate, instead of doing it anyway at less premium rates.
Despite vocal opposition from both town officials and citizens, the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation approved a permit last week to let Working Dog Septic spread septic waste on a field next to the Lamoille River.
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Peoples Academy’s baseball team and Stowe High School’s still-undefeated girls’ tennis squad are the last local teams standing, and there’s only one more opponent between them and a state title.
It’s spring sports playoff time in Vermont for the first time since 2019. Here’s how Lamoille County teams fared this week.
Tryouts for Post 33 Yeti 14U summer baseball will be held Sunday, June 6, 2:30-4 p.m., Peoples Academy baseball field, Morrisville.
On June 2, during a special court of honor, three Scouts from Cub Scout Pack 876 in Morrisville were honored for their achievement of the Dr. Luis W. Alvarez Supernova Award, which recognizes superior achievement by a Cub Scout in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Join the Jeudevine Library in Hardwick for a book discussion on public shaming, June 24, 5:15 p.m., Atkins Field Pavilion, Granite Street.
The Peoples Academy Class of 2021 graduation parade is Thursday, June 10, at 7:15 p.m.
Seth Abbene of Morristown has been appointed CFO of Vermont League of Cities and Towns.
Lamoille Family Center hosts a Fingerlicking Good Benefit on Thursday, June 10, 5:30-9:30 p.m., Stowe Cider, 17 Town Farm Lane, Stowe.
Lamoille Chamber of Commerce is holding an in-person mixer Monday, June 21, 5-7 p.m., at the Copley Country Club Veranda Bar & Grill, 441 Copley Country Club Road, Morrisville.
Jeudevine Memorial Library in Hardwick is now fully open.
Here are some upcoming programs at Varnum Memorial Library, Main Street, Jeffersonville, in June.
Representatives from the Lamoille County Planning Commission, including Kate Lalley, are interested in gathering input from Watervillians about their concerns over speed limits through town, and exploring ways to mitigate that.
Madeleine Ziminsky, a student at Stowe High School, helped organize walkouts at both Stowe and Peoples Academy in Morrisville on Tuesday to commemorate one year since the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
Melora Griffis, “peace bridge,” 2021, acrylic, fabric, glitter and thread on muslin, 56x72 inches.