The Johnson village fire department stands adamant against the use of the pole on its firefighter monument for a Black Lives Matter flag, its chief concerned the department is being thrust into the middle of a political debate.
The number of fatal car crashes on Vermont’s roads is up substantially. Despite there theoretically being fewer drivers on the road because of the ongoing pandemic, the number of people killed in motor vehicle crashes this year has already surpassed last year’s total.
The owners of a Morrisville restaurant that was flooded with sewage last fall after a catastrophic mishap by the septic truck operator is suing the waste removal company for $2.5 million.
Vermont schools have been given the OK to relax their in-person education plans starting next week, which could include opening gyms and cafeterias to smaller-than-usual groups, and allowing sports teams to compete against other schools.
The Stowe Reporter and the News & Citizen will hold Zoom debates with candidates at 6 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 7 and Oct. 8.
Did you see it? The smoky haze from West Coast wildfires that had stretched all the way to Vermont, filtering the sun but painting our sunrises and sunsets crimson, seemed to have moved on.
Bars and restaurants with counter seating will be allowed to serve customers, under new guidelines announced by Gov. Phil Scott, and lodging facilities can open to 100 percent capacity.
• 189 Burlington and South Burlington — Nightwork throughout the week for various construction activities. Motorists may encounter single-lane closures in the areas of operation.
Coronavirus: Local Business Operations
Explore Stowe-area businesses and events with modified operations as a result of COVID-19. Information courtesy of the Stowe Area Association.
"To our Lamoille County Neighbors: There will be plenty of information coming out over the next several weeks. We will specialize in providing information that pertains to our local businesses and services."