An Elmore woman was fatally shot by her husband who then shot and killed himself early Monday morning in what police are calling a case of homicide stemming from domestic violence.
The proposed Vermont Senate district map offered by the seven-person board responsible for redrawing the state’s political landscape every 10 years may aim to dilute some of the political clout wielded in Chittenden County, but Lamoille County’s lone senator isn’t much of a fan.
A full house gathered at Elmore Methodist Church Tuesday night to talk out the question of leaving the Lamoille South Unified Union school district and whether the vote is a golden opportunity to take control or a blind leap into a dangerous abyss.
A Lamoille County resident, who had two felony gun and drug charges dropped by federal prosecutors in August, wants the government to return the 16 firearms and ammunition seized almost two years ago.
Two new exhibits at River Arts, nonprofit community arts center in downtown Morrisville, provide a meditative respite from the noise of the holiday season and a pandemic that shows no signs of abating.
Those big orange plow trucks that the Vermont Agency of Transportation uses to keep the roads cleared, salted and sanded all winter are so ubiquitous that, save for a passing glance of the drivers piloting them, one could be forgiven for thinking they all look exactly alike.
Dr. Lori Collins-Hall is the new interim president of Sterling College, following the exit of Matthew Derr, who served as president of the college for nearly a decade.
Common Good Vermont is hosting a virtual legislative warm-up Wednesday, Dec. 15, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. for the state’s nonprofit community.
Peoples Academy baseball and Post 33 baseball are partnering with the Lamoille Valley Foster and Adoptive Families Association in a winter holiday baseball clinic to fill 100 stockings with Amazon gift cards.
The Craftsbury farmers’ market will hold a holiday market on Saturday, Dec. 12, 1-4 p.m., in the Craftsbury Academy Gym.
The 43rd Hyde Park Christmas craft fair is Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Hyde Park Elementary School, 9 a.m-3 p.m., organized by the Second Congregational Church.
A festive, outdoor artisan market celebrates the magic of the season Saturday, Dec. 4, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St., Greensboro.
Smugglers’ Notch Distillery in Jeffersonville recently donated $10,000 to the University of Vermont Cancer Center.
Quinn Cayton from Cambridge portrays Prince Eric in the Lamoille Union production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.”
Longing for the Christmas spirit? Then come to a Christmas coffeehouse Saturday, Dec. 18, 5-7 p.m., Jeffersonville Second Congregational Church, 16 Church St.
The Lamoille Union High School varsity bass fishing team competed in three tournaments this year, finishing out its second season of participating in the sport.
The Mad River-Stowe Rugby Club capped its 2021 season with an incredibly successful tour to Ireland, collecting a couple of victories and some lifelong memories in the process.
After a strong season that led all the way to the Division-3 finals, the BFA Fairfax-Lamoille Bullets football team suffered a resounding defeat at the hands of the Windsor Yellowjackets in Rutland last Saturday.
Connor Ciosek with Wuestenberg during the Vermont Principals’ Association Classic.
Skiers crowd North Slope on Mt. Mansfield Saturday as Stowe opens for the season.
Christina Glowac offers a demonstration to several local children during The Current’s October open house to introduce the community to its new printmaking, ceramics and glass work studios.
Stowe Elementary School students gather around the state plow truck they’ve dubbed Polarplow.
It’s once again safe to feed the birds in Vermont, state wildlife officials say.
A quick check of the phone while snowboarding on opening weekend at Stowe Mountain Resort. Rain Friday was followed by the first sizeable snowfall overnight.
One of the center’s artist-instructors, Maddy Bertrand-Gerndt, at the recent open house.
The Glavine family makes the best of a rainy Friday to build a snowman at Smugglers’ Notch Resort in Cambridge.
This year’s fall foliage contest brought out, far and away, some of the most talented photographers in our 15 years of holding the competition.
Ana Schafer’s Stowe High School students planted bulbs at the Peace Park at the Thompson Park recreation path parking area Nov. 9 in keeping with the Peace Park dedication for Veterans Day, assisted by Lynn and Mary Altadonna of Stowe.
Veterans Day, or Armistice Day, was commemorated on the steps of the Akeley Memorial Building in Stowe. Historically, Veterans Day marked the end World War I at 11 a.m. on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918. Later, Nov. 11 became a day to honor American veterans of all wars.