A group of Craftsbury residents wants the town to form a task force to combat racism and inequity after a trio toting a Confederate flag in a truck disrupted an antiracism rally in early June.
After a social media firestorm, EW Bitter, organizer and founder of the Stowe Lacrosse Classic tournament, has canceled the event and said he’s looking for a new town to host it in future years.
Wednesday Night Live is returning to Morristown later this month. Following state rules, Dan Lindley, the town administrator, said attendance will be limited to 150 people per night, social distancing will be observed, and face masks will be required.
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Katerina Hrdlicka’s paintings are whorls of color where trees, clouds and rivers turn into Fibonaccian spirals, eyeballs stare out from what might or might not be a face or two, and mountains are curvy outlines on top of curvy outlines.
Sterling College has hired two audio and video production specialists — Will Casela of Sharon and Dakota LaCroix of Hampton, N.Y. — as part of EcoGather, a first-of-its-kind course platform offering place-based education connecting communities around the world.
The 34th Stoweflake Balloon Festival is canceled, but there will still be a little color in the skies as organizers plan some hot-air balloon flyovers the weekend of July 10-12.
What do artists do when they have to shelter in place? The Highland Center for the Arts in Greensboro presents “The Sheltering in Place Project,” A reflection by Vermont artists and writers on time spent during COVID-19.
Seth Jensen, principal planner with the Lamoille County Planning Commission, is one of two winners of the Mark Blucher Professional Planner of the Year Award from the Vermont Planners Association.
Scott Dragon of Milton, Kyle Streeter of Waitsfield, Brandon Gray of Thetford and Chris Davis of Berlin were all winners at Thunder Road’s Aubuchon Hardware Holiday Spectacular on Thursday, July 2.
Shelburne’s Trampas Demers, Craftsbury’s Mike Martin, Waterbury’s Tanner Woodard and Berlin’s Chris Davis all won on Community College of Vermont Night at Thunder Road on Thursday, June 25.
Alex Blair made a simple announcement to Cambridge Fire Department members Thursday, June 25: “I’m back,” drawing applause and perhaps a few tears.
Lamoille Neighbors is looking for members and volunteers.
4-H State Day, an annual capstone experience for Vermont 4-H members, adopted a virtual format this year to allow members to showcase their talents and project work.
On June 4, Bishop John A. Marshall School in Morristown celebrated its 14 graduates of 2020 by hosting an outdoor drive-in-style graduation with immediate families.
• May 29, a son, Camden Edward-George Wescom, to Shyann Macneal, Morrisville.
Katerina Hrdlicka's painting of a barn in Stowe.
Morristown artist Katerina Hrdlicka with a couple of her colorful creations at River Arts in Morrisville.
The Lunde family — that’s Kurt at the wheel!
Seth Jensen has spearheaded numerous landmark projects for the Lamoille commission.
A graduating eighth-grader at Bishop Marshall School takes a good look at the drive-in-style commencement.