When Hyde Park resident Deanna French died in November, she was cremated and her family displayed her urn under the Christmas tree.
There are more questions than answers about what would happen if Stowe residents vote May 11 to leave the Lamoille South school district, including whether such a vote is even legal.
While 233 Vermonters have died from complications related to the novel coronavirus in 2020, 157 opioid-related fatalities were recorded in the same year, an increase of 38 percent from 2019.
Even as Stowe residents vote next month on decoupling from Morristown and Elmore and exiting the merged Lamoille South School district, a newly released facilities study shows how all three towns could better work together.
“Although our building is currently closed to the public, the running joke is that ‘we work in a petri dish,’” Gizelle Guyette, former director of Morrisville Centennial Library, said about the nearly 100-year-old library.
An open seat on the Johnson village board of trustees remains open after last week’s annual elections, and the board will appoint its missing trustee later this month.
Hiking Vermont’s hillsides is a great way to enjoy a spring day, but the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and Audubon Vermont recommend people check to see if the area they are planning to hike or climb is open.
A new surplus store in Johnson is bringing about second chances: one for a historic property that has lay dormant for years, the other to people fighting drug and alcohol addiction.
The high school winter sports season in Vermont was a turbulent one, with squads playing far fewer games and several schools pulling out of the playoffs completely after students tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus: Local Business Operations
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