A proposed change to Greensboro’s zoning bylaws allowing development of a steep hillside east of Lake Eligo has prompted impassioned input from both supporters hoping to promote conservation in the area and developers looking to cash in on the land.
Democratic Lt. Gov. Molly Gray concluded a tour of Lamoille County last week with a visit with Stowe restaurateur Mark Frier and a call for more federal funds to assist restaurants still recovering from losses suffered during the state’s pandemic lockdown.
The Clarina Howard Nichols Center turned 40 years old in June, and its director is hard put to estimate just how many people the center has served over those four decades.
Vermont’s congressional delegation announced Friday that the U.S. Treasury Department will now release American Rescue Plan Act funding to municipalities after it was originally designated to flow through Vermont’s 14 counties.
A proposed 60-site RV park on the Mountain Road has countless Cambridge residents pitching tents on the steps of town hall in opposition to a project that hasn’t even started the local permitting process.
Because of COVID-19 restrictions on access to Vermont courthouses and a lengthy overhaul of the Vermont Judiciary computer system, the newspaper has not been able to gather court report information until recently.
Morrisville funeral director Mark Faith has had his license reinstated after a three-month suspension stemming from incidents where he swapped the cremated remains of dead people on two separate occasions.