For the past several years, Morrisville’s sidewalks have featured a painted green line that people can follow to visit two dozen different historic locations in the downtown village.

The Greensboro Planning Commission is revisiting regulation of short-term rentals, this time hoping a strict focus on creating a registry will prompt the town’s selectboard to give it the green light.

After learning about food insecurity in Vermont and around the world, second graders at Johnson Elementary School brought 893 food items to the Johnson Food Shelf ahead of a Thanksgiving holiday.

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Beginning Friday, Dec. 2, Stowe Village will host its award-winning traditional Christmas festival. The two-day event includes tree lighting ceremonies, a children’s lantern parade, wagon rides and a holiday bazaar along with visits from Mr. and Mrs. Claus and plenty of live music.

As the Lamoille FiberNet communications union district begins its work toward ensuring every residence in the county has access to high-speed internet, Mansfield Community Fiber is looking to cover the same ground faster.

After Hyde Park voters approved the purchase of the 25-acre property currently owned by H.A. Manosh in March, the selectboard backed away from the deal in October after the terms were changed, but now the deal is back on the table.

The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail will take a little longer to be fully complete than originally anticipated, thanks in large part to a tricky section that runs through Wolcott.

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Wow! This year’s fall foliage contest, once again, brought out many of the area’s most talented local photographers. Crisp colors, breathtaking and dramatic views and well-composed shots flooded the pool of contenders, making it truly difficult to award just three prizes.

Along with most of their possessions, a family lost their husky-pit bull mixed-breed dog in a fire last Thursday night.

The pass through the mountains between Cambridge and Stowe officially closed for the year on Tuesday afternoon.

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