The Lamoille South Unified Union school board is severing ties with its superintendent a year before her current contract is up. Superintendent Tracy Wrend announced last week she is stepping down at the end of the school year “to explore other opportunities.”
The man who police say told them he started eight Stowe fires in the past two years, causing $1.5 million in damage, pleaded not guilty last week to eight counts of arson and was released back into the community.
For nearly two months after the 2020 election, Ronnie Thomas proudly flew a flag outside his Route 100 apartment building near the Stowe/Waterbury town line — supporting his preferred candidate, Donald Trump.
Last year was a good one to be in the business of selling Christmas trees. Up and down Vermont and across the country, people visited Christmas tree farms and stands in record numbers, particularly early in their selling season.
A long-serving Johnson village trustee resigned in December, citing the same divisiveness in town that led another trustee to resign just a few months earlier.
Gov. Phil Scott Tuesday signed into law new options for towns and cities to more safely hold Town Meeting Day votes as COVID-19 continues to threaten the state.
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.
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On Monday, student-athletes at Lamoille Union, Peoples Academy and Stowe High School began limited practices for most of the regular winter sports offered by their respective schools.
It didn’t go off quite as expected, but the inaugural season for Lamoille Union’s new bass fishing team is in the books.
Eight members of the 2020 Peoples Academy boys’ soccer team have been named to postseason all-star squads.
John Fusco of Morristown, an award-winning screenwriter, film producer, novelist, singer-songwriter and musician, with more than 15 major movies and television shows to his credit, has received the 2020 Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts from the Vermont Arts Council.
Lamoille FiberNet Communications Union District has partnered with Lamoille North Supervisory Union and Lamoille South Unified Union School District to provide internet connectivity to students in need.
Join former Marlboro College professor Meg Mott for “Why Does the Electoral College Matter?” on Zoom, a Vermont Humanities Council presentation, Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m.
The Racial Equity Alliance of Lamoille envisions a community that embodies inclusion, equity and justice as values central to our identity. It is committed to building a safe community, where all people experience dignity and respect, and all are welcome with kindness and belonging.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources is in the process of developing the five-year update for the Lamoille Tactical Basin Plan and is looking for citizen input.
The llamas are a bonus.
Traffic backs up after a pickup truck crashed and rolled off the side of Route 100 on late Sunday afternoon in Hyde Park. Police say no one was injured in the crash, which was likely caused by stiff winds blowing snow across that stretch of road, causing whiteouts and patches of black ice.
John Beecy of Stowe clears off a school bus after heavy snows fell on the region over the weekend.
A young family heads out to find the perfect tree on the pre-cut lot.