The vast majority of local students will be back in school, learning in person, for two days every week when the school year officially begins Tuesday, Sept. 8.
The lake town at the southeast corner of Lamoille County with the mountain, lake and general store that’s been operating for nearly two centuries has lost its unofficial mayor.
Morristown, Stowe and Elmore public school students will only be on campus two days a week, and they will have to get used to seeing only half of the student body while in school.
Town officials and police in Morristown are working to make sure a recent trend of people camping out at Oxbow Riverfront Park doesn’t happen again any time soon.
Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman, a Progressive/Democrat, will face off against Republican Gov. Phil Scott in the November general election after scoring a victory over the three other candidates in the Democratic gubernatorial primary on Tuesday.
Challengers for two of Lamoille County’s most contested legislative House districts raised more money for their campaigns ahead of the primary election than incumbents, giving them a head start for November.
There were no contested legislative primary races in Lamoille County, but things will change come Nov. 3. The local political party leadership managed to run candidates for every House seat other than the two-county Orleans-Lamoille district, where Rep. Mark Higley, R-Lowell, will remain unopposed in November.
While many recreational activities have ground to a halt because of Covid-19, plans to fix up the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail are still rolling forward.
Sometimes, the allure of a turkey sandwich at Cafe on Main is so great customers don’t care what they look like when ordering. Could be sweats. Or it could be ballgowns.
A drunken woman allegedly lied about having COVID-19 in order to avoid spending the night in detox, sending the county sheriff into an overnight frenzy to notify anyone who might have come into contact with her.
Coronavirus: Local Business Operations
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Mike Martin won a sprint to the finish by less than a second to get the victory over Sam Caron in the second leg of the Triple Crown Series for the Lenny’s Shoe and Apparel Flying Tigers at Barre’s Thunder Road last Thursday, Aug. 6.
Public hearings will be held Aug. 24 and 25 by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife board on proposed changes to the turkey hunting regulation and the regulation on reporting requirements for hunters who take big game during hunting seasons.
The winners of Vermont’s 2020 moose hunting permits were drawn Aug. 5 at a lottery drawing in Montpelier witnessed by Fish & Wildlife’s Director of Wildlife Mark Scott and Business Systems Analyst Cheri Waters.
Four different racers claimed their first-ever feature wins during a night that showcased extra racing at Barre’s Thunder Road.
Donna Snow of Stowe alerts us that the “evil” tomato hornworm is back.
The exhibit “Where We’ve Been - Gen Z artists reflecting resilience in a time of uncertainty” will run through Oct. 30 in the Copley Common Space Gallery, River Arts, 74 Pleasant Street in Mor…
Community College of Vermont Morrisville is holding socially distant bingo at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 17, in the parking lot at 197 Harrel Street in Morrisville.
“The Botany of Desire” by Michael Pollan is the next book discussion sponsored by the Jeudevine Library.
Cambridge Area Rotary will again be distributing prepared, frozen meals, thanks to Smugglers’ Notch Resort, Edelweiss and the Lamoille Area Health & Human Services Response Command Center.
The Vermont Community Newspaper Group conducted interviews with seven of the candidates running for governor and lieutenant governor.
Warren Miller with Gov. Phil Scott on a 2018 campaign swing at the Elmore Store.
Joanne Bradley receives her ballots in Tuesday’s primary election at Stowe town hall.
Madeleine Kunin speaks at a public event. The author served as Vermont’s only female governor.
Residents vote in Tuesday’s primary election at Stowe town hall.
Pat McDermitt votes in Morrisville.