The number crunchers in the Lamoille South Supervisory Union central office have been working the ledger sheets like it was 2018 all over again, coming up with two separate education budgets for the next fiscal year.

As egg prices rose locally and nationally through 2022 and into the new year, Trista Ringer also saw skyrocketing demand among her neighbors for the eggs laid by her backyard flock of chickens.

For the past two years, most Vermont towns have taken care of their annual Town Meeting Day business in the voting booth rather than the gyms, auditoriums or town halls.

A man who was doused with pepper spray by police after he allegedly damaged homes and vehicles in downtown Morrisville last month has been arraigned on several unlawful mischief charges.

Hugh Albright, the former road foreman in Johnson, pleaded guilty last week to one felony count of embezzlement in an official capacity and three misdemeanor counts of embezzlement.

An employee of the ReSource store in Hyde Park used her security code to enter the store after hours last November and got her husband to steal a safe with more than a thousand dollars in it, police say.

Armed with a report offering definitive paths forward and a Democratic supermajority, legislators are searching for the way forward when it comes to addressing problems with Vermont’s child care system.

After weathering the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic’s early phase, the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson has received a $200,000 grant from the Vermont Arts Council as it welcomes back writers and artists, signaling a reemergence.

Last month we lost another child Holocaust survivor, Erika Hecht, as that generation finds its final resting place. Erika recalls a story of her wartime experience in her memoir “Don’t Ask My Name”: “One night, (my mother) wakes me and asks me my name.

Dr. John Macy, an orthopedic shoulder surgeon with Mansfield Orthopaedics at Copley Hospital, just returned from Lauberhorn in Wengen, Switzerland where he served as a U.S. Ski and Snowboard team doctor covering the World Cup races.

Jan. 23 at 7:51 a.m., police responded to a one-car crash on Route 108 near Sterling Drive in Cambridge. Police say that Meghan Hansen, 22, of Richford, lost control on some ice and slid into an embankment before her vehicle rolled over onto its side. Hansen was transported to Copley Hospital.

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