The Morristown Development Review Board unanimously approved the leveling of a 12-acre knoll and the sale of gravel produced in the process at the site of a planned 89-acre industrial park owned by Manufacturing Solutions Inc.

Despite growing up in Cambridge and participating for years in drag queen story hours at various local libraries, Emoji Nightmare had never really brought her big queen energy to a proper Lamoille County show before this past weekend, when she hosted a drag and burlesque show on the stage at Stowe Cider.

Morristown zoning administrator Todd Thomas held a site walk for the town’s development review board members last Wednesday that was closed to the public, employing a strategy to ensure adherence to Vermont’s open meeting law, if not its spirit.

An upcoming Morristown town meeting will determine how voters determine budgets, elections and other town business in the future. It also provides an opportunity to revisit a failed spending measure of the recent past, regardless of how unpopular it seemed at the time.

Police arrested two men for selling fentanyl and crack cocaine last week out of an apartment above the Morrisville post office, a drug bust that came after months of investigation and surveillance of the apartment and its tenant.

A former Vermont State Police trooper — who resigned amid a probe into alleged thefts from an evidence storage area totaling more than $40,000, and accusations of illegal purchases of prescription drugs while on duty — appeared in court March 23 and denied 20 criminal charges.

Gov. Phil Scott has appointed Hyde Park farmer and former educator Melanie Carpenter to the Vermont House of Representatives, filling a vacancy created when Rep. Kate Donnally resigned a month into her second term.

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