Seemingly every industry is finding it hard to attract new employees and that rings true for the folks responsible for handling the garbage created by everyone else.
On a clear day at Boyden Farms in Cambridge, in a field abutting the Lamoille River, a truck belonging to Working Dog Septic drove out to spread manure over a fallow section of the land.
The original online student-created theater piece, “The Monument,” at Northern Vermont University–Johnson, took home a Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Award in the national awards ceremony earlier this year.
All-terrain vehicles are spinning their wheels in Morristown, even as other nearby communities have invited the machines out of the woods and into their downtowns.
Morristown’s and Elmore’s next steps in approving or denying Stowe’s vote earlier this year to leave the merged Lamoille South school district remain unclear. Whatever happens next, some Elmore residents want to add a simple message: keep our school open.
“There’s somebody out there that this job would work for.” That’s the message Tracey Rogalski, human resources representative for Lamoille Valley Transportation, is desperately looking to get out this summer before kids return to school this fall.
A request presented by Johnson’s racial justice committee to hang a banner on Pearl Street prompted some members of the village board of trustees to demand new regulations.
Twenty teams played 18 holes of golf Saturday, July 10, in the Copley Hospital Scramble tournament, raising money for the hospital’s new MRI project.
A National Rifle Association family day will take place Saturday, July 31, 9 a.m.-noon, at the Lamoille Valley Fish and Game Club, 1158 Garfield Road, Morrisville.
Craftsbury held its first bulky waste collection last month, and the haul was substantial: four dump trucks of materials, 20-plus mattresses, 180-plus tires, and a whopper pile of metals.
There’s more fun on tap at Lake Elmore this summer.
Vermont singer-songwriter Cooie Sings brought some sunshine — and the blues — to Music on Main in Morristown July 16.
Hyde Park Community Circle is sponsoring the Jedediah Hyde Ice Cream Social Monday, July 26, 6-7:30 p.m., Lamoille County Courthouse lawn.
Lucia Kelley of Morrisville was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Endicott College.
On July 28, Wednesday Night Live features the John Lackard Blues Band in Oxbow Riverfront Park.
Singer and songstress Sara Grace headlines Tuesday Night Live, July 27, Legion Field, School Street, Johnson.
A rally for justice will be held, Sunday, July 25, 1-2:09 p.m., at the roundabout at routes 108 and 15, Jeffersonville.
Evan Palazzo and Elizabeth Bougerol of The Hot Sardines.
Owner Kerry Sedutto and her husband Kevin Komer have brought former owner Walt Zuber’s version of blueberry hill back to life.
Stowe chef Jack Pickett in Big Fish, his newest restaurant, as it takes shape.
The new pastor of Elmore United Methodist Church Sean Delmore.
Team DBI (Donald P. Blake Jr., Inc.), Tom Bjerke, Mike Menard, Tom Brooks and Cody Johnston, placed second with a net score of 54.