While both districts have avoided the full-on closures that others in the state have faced due to teacher and student absences for COVID-19 quarantining, they have both undoubtedly suffered from the spread of this extremely contagious strain of the virus.

The Morristown Centennial Library won’t be getting as much financial support from the town next year as its trustees would like, but it won’t have its contribution from taxpayers slashed as much as trustees initially feared.

The Cambridge Conservation Commission voted 5-1 to send a letter to the state voicing its concerns about the planned Smugglers’ Notch RV Park, disagreeing that such a development is in accordance with the town plan.


The Manor, a nursing home in Morrisville, is among 10 different long-term care facilities in Vermont currently suffering from an outbreak of COVID-19 cases, with 13 cases recorded at the facility as of Tuesday.


A Johnson man who pleaded guilty three years ago to a half-dozen criminal charges related to child sexual abuse, and who later withdrew that plea after firing his second lawyer, is having his case presented before a jury this week.

A group of Cambridge residents, led by neighbors, has launched a crusade against the potential Smugglers Notch RV Park planned for the Route 108 corridor with a flurry of letters and a petition.

A second public hearing this week on the 10-year vision for Morristown was like the first hearing in the fall, as numerous residents raised concerns about the future of the town, the rapidity of development and the opacity of the government’s role in all of it.

Lamoille FiberNet Communications Union District was awarded a $1.2 million state grant to help bring broadband to the county.

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