Family, homes and gatherings are synonymous with holidays. So, this time of year can be an emotional obstacle course for people, like senior citizens, who may be isolated from their families, alone in their homes and secluded by social distancing.
As skiers cross their fingers for a big snow year, the founder of Stowe Mountain Rescue knows that a thick snowpack will mean a busy winter for the hardy group of backcountry emergency responders.
Lamoille County’s homeless shelter is back open — and obeying local zoning laws. The Lamoille Community House, located in the village of Hyde Park, opened its doors for the first time this season on Friday afternoon, Nov. 27.
Northern Vermont University has received a $3.5 million donation — the largest-ever private gift to the Vermont State Colleges — from Mark and Molly Valade, college officials announced Monday.
A man from Mexico found working at a Lamoille County hemp processing plant has received a 39-day prison sentence for illegal reentry into the United States after being ordered deported 5 years ago by a federal judge.
The county’s only homeless shelter has served residents overnight for a few years, but staff said during a pandemic that’s not good enough — people need a safe place to stay all day, every day, to lessen the risk of spreading COVID-19.
The coronavirus has put the Stowe Arena on ice. The municipal rink has shut its doors to recreational hockey leagues, and it’s unsure how much skating time the high school teams will get when their seasons start at the beginning of December.
Lamoille County’s unemployment rate went from the among the lowest in the state to the highest during the coronavirus pandemic. In the midst of that alarming flip-flop, the county has received a $300,000 grant to help get more people back to work.
Coronavirus: Local Business Operations
Explore Stowe-area businesses and events with modified operations as a result of COVID-19. Information courtesy of the Stowe Area Association.
"To our Lamoille County Neighbors: There will be plenty of information coming out over the next several weeks. We will specialize in providing information that pertains to our local businesses and services."
Five members of the Lamoille Union High School boys’ soccer team have been named to postseason all-star teams.
For biathlete Emily Dreissigacker, the Olympics run in the family and the biathlon is in their blood.
Four players on the Peoples Academy girls’ soccer team have been named to the 2020 Capital League All-League teams.
Evan Gramas, 15, of Morrisville, has been named to the 2021 New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association development team.
Kim Anetsberger is the new executive director of Lamoille Community House, a warming shelter for people experiencing homelessness in Hyde Park.
Santa will tour the village of Hardwick on Sunday, Dec. 6, leaving the memorial building at 7 p.m., and returning to light the memorial tree.
NEKarts, the non-profit volunteer board that manages the Hardwick Town House, is seeking community input about the building and its role in the region.
REAL Coalition meetings are held monthly, Wednesdays from 5-6:30 p.m. on Zoom.
The Hardwick Children’s Holiday Project 2020 has kicked off its 20th year of providing donated gifts of toys, games, books, and hats and mittens to area families.
Visitors and their dogs can enjoy the park, which is next to the playground at the intersection of Park Street and Copley Avenue, from sunrise to sunset.
Emily Dreissigacker, Peoples Academy grad who competed in the 2018 Olympics in biathlon.
A light dusting of snow makes for a pretty scene along the Lamoille River in Morristown this week.
Larry Lathe is appreciative of the turkey and other items he picked up before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Lamoille County Food Share assistant manager Adam Desrocher fills bags with foodstuffs in Morrisville.