The county’s only homeless shelter has served residents overnight for a few years, but staff said during a pandemic that’s not good enough — people need a safe place to stay all day, every day, to lessen the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Lamoille County’s unemployment rate went from the among the lowest in the state to the highest during the coronavirus pandemic. In the midst of that alarming flip-flop, the county has received a $300,000 grant to help get more people back to work.
A hunter bagging a buck on the fourth day of Vermont’s rifle season doesn’t sound like anything out of the ordinary. But for Marcel G. Gravel, the feat represents something that might best be described as a miracle.
It’s 4 p.m. on Friday, which in late November means it’s almost dark, and the clouds above Morristown have gone pinkish gray against patches of soft blue sky.
While many segments of the local economy have suffered from the COVID pandemic, the construction industry doesn’t appear to have been socially distanced from the dollar.
The last three months of the fiscal year that ended June 30 nearly coincided with the first three months of the pandemic. But, save for tourist-dependent Stowe, the pandemic isn’t reflected in cash register receipts around Lamoille County.
Winter weather — and temperatures well below freezing — have arrived in Lamoille County, but homeless people in the area are still waiting for the local shelter to open.
A man who police say was going 80-plus mph with opioids in his system when he killed a local teenager two years ago in a head-on car crash will serve three years in prison.
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Four players on the Peoples Academy girls’ soccer team have been named to the 2020 Capital League All-League teams.
Evan Gramas, 15, of Morrisville, has been named to the 2021 New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association development team.
Six members of the Lamoille Union girls’ soccer team have been named to the 2020 Capital League All-League teams.
The 2020 iteration of the Wolves won’t just be remembered as state champions. The team and its coach also made history in another way.
REAL Coalition meetings are held monthly, Wednesdays from 5-6:30 p.m. on Zoom.
The Hardwick Children’s Holiday Project 2020 has kicked off its 20th year of providing donated gifts of toys, games, books, and hats and mittens to area families.
Hardwick Area Neighbor to Neighbor kicks off a 100 Hats for Hardwick & Beyond campaign.
The United Way is offering several ways to help your neighbors this holiday season.
Healthy Lamoille Valley is hosting regular meetings the first Tuesday of each month.
Micheal Diender, among those who have been wishing for this for decades, shared a painting by former Stowe resident Vera Beckerhoff, that he says inspired the drive to eliminate the wires.
It’s officially winter when the road from Cambridge to Stowe, Route 108 through Smugglers Notch, closes until spring.
Alright, let’s clear the air: the skies above Stowe’s Main Street are no longer crisscrossed with myriad power lines, and the old wooden poles that held them aloft have been taken away, too. Last week, workers removed the last of the above-ground utility infrastructure in the village, the fi…
Greg Morrill’s first foray in non-lift-serviced skiing.
Justin Robertiello preps a meal at home.