One of Morristown’s most prolific housing developers is pulling two dozen apartments off the open market and selling them to an organization that will ensure they will remain forever affordable to low-income renters.

A recently issued state land use permit may have given Morristown permission to finally start digging into a new part of its gravel pit, but that green light may have come with too many red flags.

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A woman who dealt with debilitating trauma after the loss of her spouse and child finally found long-term housing earlier last month after two years living in emergency hotel housing made possible by pandemic-era federal funding.

Drivers are united in their concerns that potential changes being considered by the Agency of Transportation in Smugglers Notch may be ineffective, might be too costly or could just be downright ugly.

A dragon has found its new home on Hutchins Street in downtown Morrisville at Village Center Apartments, an affordable housing development by Lamoille Housing Partnership.

For the past several years, Morrisville’s sidewalks have featured a painted green line that people can follow to visit two dozen different historic locations in the downtown village.

There’s an exceedingly rare shrub atop Vermont’s highest peak that you probably won’t see for several months because of all the snow. But you’re not alone — until last month, no one else ever had, either.

The Greensboro Planning Commission is revisiting regulation of short-term rentals, this time hoping a strict focus on creating a registry will prompt the town’s selectboard to give it the green light.

After learning about food insecurity in Vermont and around the world, second graders at Johnson Elementary School brought 893 food items to the Johnson Food Shelf ahead of a Thanksgiving holiday.

Join the Lamoille North Supervisory Union and chip in on important issues in the community on Monday, Dec. 12 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Community Education Center at Green Mountain Technology and Career Center.

Conducted by Lisa Jablow, the Vermont Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus will present two holiday concerts on Friday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Augustine Church in Montpelier and Sunday, Dec. 4 at 2 p.m. in the Barre Opera House.

Stowe featured fine November conditions and light crowds last Saturday morning. Then came the rain.

Claude Adams collects quarters at the Mansfield base lodge.

Exterior construction is well underway at an apartment complex worksite on Gordon Lane in Morristown. When finished, the developer will sell the 25 apartments to Lamoille Housing Partnership.

Mist shrouds Trapp Family Lodge and the surrounding mountains.

Collage #1, 12x12” black and gray pastel paper.

Caroline and Geoff Butler and their daughter Natalie cut the ribbon to officially open Johnson Health Center with Lamoille County Sen. Rich Westman, Greg Tatro and Mike Pieciak looking on.

Exterior construction is well underway at an apartment complex worksite on Gordon Lane in Morristown. When finished, the developer will sell the 25 apartments to Lamoille Housing Partnership.

Wow! This year’s fall foliage contest, once again, brought out many of the area’s most talented local photographers. Crisp colors, breathtaking and dramatic views and well-composed shots flooded the pool of contenders, making it truly difficult to award just three prizes.

The Legion held its annual Veterans Day ceremony on the steps of the Akeley Memorial Building on Main Street at 11 a.m. From 8 to 10:30 a.m., veterans, students and community members enjoyed the 8th annual community pancake breakfast at Stowe High School.

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