Literary fans long waiting for George R.R. Martin’s next novel might empathize with what’s going in Morristown, where a town plan several years in the drafting stage and more than half a year in the arguing stage still isn’t ready for prime time.

Members of the Lamoille Union High School girls’ soccer team are leading the charge against harassment after experiencing it firsthand during a Division 2 playoff game last November.

Although the Johnson Village Board of Trustees considered three candidates to fill an open slot on the board, it couldn’t agree on one, so village voters will make the decision themselves in June.

A warm St. Patrick’s Day and sudden snowmelt turned Eden’s backroads into a viscous muck that stranded one unlucky Connecticut visitor in the mud for hours.

Sample hearty appetizers and decadent desserts while bidding on art from local artists and some of the best domestic and international wines from around the world at the Stowe Art, Wine and Food fundraiser Thursday, June 2, at the Jewish Community of Greater Stowe, 1189 Cape Cod Road.

This year Greensboro’s Funky Fourth, which will be Saturday, July 2, will feature an auction to raise money for Ukrainian relief via Save the Children. The auction will immediately follow the Funky Fourth Parade. Food and refreshments will be available.

Saudia LaMont, a Lamoille County equity consultant, will be a Democratic candidate for the Vermont House of Representatives in the newly reapportioned Lamoille-Washington district that serves Morristown, Elmore, Woodbury, Worcester and part of Stowe. 

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