The Rooney Farm in the Mud City area of Morristown milks a herd of 50 carefully curated cows, with ubiquitous Holsteins for a reliable base and a mix of Ayrshires, Jerseys, Guernseys and Norwegian Reds to add better butter content and lower bacteria counts — quality measures that fetch a higher price from the buyer.
The Peter A. Krusch Nature Preserve opened in Cambridge earlier this month, bringing a dynamic and tranquil piece of land to the public while expanding access to the Cambridge Pines State Forest.
The mission to bring affordable high-speed broadband internet to everyone in Lamoille County proceeds apace, with a six-figure funding boost to help the effort.
With the leaves changing and temperatures dropping, now is the time to think about how to save energy, money and the planet during the heating season, and the Hyde Park Energy Committee and Lamoille County Planning Commission is here to help.
Sterling College, working with HELPSY, the largest clothing collector in the Northeast, is holding fundraising clothing drive on Saturday, Oct. 16, from 9 a.m.-noon., Craftsbury Common.
The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, in collaboration with local nonprofits, town officials, scientists and regional planners, has completed two tactical basin plans that will be available for public comment through Nov. 12.
When Vermont legislators return to session in January, leaders in the Senate and the House have said that the passing of Prop 5 will be an immediate priority.
Hugh Albright, the former road foreman for the town of Johnson, pleaded not guilty at his Sept. 29 arraignment to charges of larceny and embezzlement.
The price of fireworks has skyrocketed during the pandemic, and Morristown will have to pay nearly double to host next summer’s annual Independence Day light show.