When criticism of the Varnum Memorial Library boiled over again in early June, the initial battle between the library and a handful of town residents was quickly eclipsed by internal conflict among members of the Cambridge Selectboard.

The brick building on Morrisville’s Main Street has one of those oval historical society plaques attached to it adorned with the date 1892. One-hundred thirty years later, the company that constructed that building is still growing.

Last Friday marked the start of early voting for August primaries in Vermont, bringing the state’s largest freshmen class of legislators in years one step closer to the Statehouse.

A fellowship of representatives from five towns gathered in the Johnson municipal building last week to discuss joining forces in pursuit of one goal: accurate and efficient property evaluation.

There’s a property in Johnson that’s so clearly a health hazard to its occupant and the surrounding community that everyone in town knows about it.

Lamoille Health Partners is investigating suspicious computer activity that caused the Morristown-based health care provider to shut down its computer systems for nearly a week and a half.

Richard Bailey is running for the Vermont House of Representatives from the two-member Lamoille-2 District that includes Johnson, Hyde Park, Belvidere and Wolcott.

The Peoples Academy students who have received diplomas over the past 174 years have seen their fair share of adversity, from the Civil War at home to endless war abroad, along with two worldwide pandemics a century apart.

Morristown will let the music play a little longer on the weekends, after numerous live music venues in town complained that, at 10 p.m., the party’s often just getting warmed up.

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