The budget’s up for the Lamoille North school district, and taxes are likely to follow.
Looking at graphs that chart Copley Health Systems finances in recent years, the line sometimes looks like one of those electrocardiogram readouts, with jags of peaks and valleys.
A Jeffersonville man, who got a deferred prison sentence for aggravated assault in Chittenden County two years ago, has been jailed after authorities found 16 firearms, including several high-powered assault rifles, at his residence, federal court records show.
Former state legislator Kiah Morris will be keynote speaker at the Greater Stowe Interfaith Coalition’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration on Sunday, Jan. 19, at 6 p.m. at St. John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church, 1994 Mountain Road, Stowe.
What is beauty? John Keats tells us that “truth is beauty, beauty truth,” while William Shakespeare argued that “beauty is bought by judgment of the eye, not utter'd by base sale of chapmen's tongues.”
The Morristown Fire Department is teaming with The Old Fishing Hole Gun Shop to raise money for Mariah Mitchell, a Morristown firefighter severely injured by a falling tree during the Halloween storm late last year.
The Statehouse floor was a bustle with legislators, press members and Vermonters ready to hear Gov. Phil Scott (R-Vt.) discuss the state of the state on Thursday, Jan. 9.
Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman is officially running for governor. The Progressive/Democrat announced Monday he is mounting a challenge against incumbent Republican Phil Scott.
Gov. Phil Scott is pitching a universal after-school program for K-12 students that would be rolled out over the next five years, a plan he said will benefit both students and their working parents.