Morrisville funeral director Mark Faith has had his license reinstated after a three-month suspension stemming from incidents where he swapped the cremated remains of dead people on two separate occasions.
Plenty of politicians have been accused of wielding a chainsaw when it comes to budget season. Rep. Lucy Rogers, D-Waterville, just wields a chainsaw, period.
After a management crisis that resulted in a nearly full turnover of the library board of directors and the exodus of all the library’s employees, leadership at the Varnum Memorial Library claims to be headed in the right direction, even as former employees continue to castigate recent decision making.
Five complaints have been filed against Craftsbury organic farm operation Pete’s Greens and its owner, Pete Johnson, with the Department of Environmental Conservation.
Copley Hospital in Morrisville broke ground last week on a new MRI suite that will place patients needing brain and body scans closer to the main campus and out of the trailer it’s been operating from for 12 years.
Scenes from Lamoille County Field Days, held this past weekend at its usual spot in Johnson, included plenty of corn dogs and kettle corn, equestrian contests, musical talent, cast-iron skillet tossing, and rides galore.
Seemingly every industry is finding it hard to attract new employees and that rings true for the folks responsible for handling the garbage created by everyone else.
On a clear day at Boyden Farms in Cambridge, in a field abutting the Lamoille River, a truck belonging to Working Dog Septic drove out to spread manure over a fallow section of the land.
The original online student-created theater piece, “The Monument,” at Northern Vermont University–Johnson, took home a Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Award in the national awards ceremony earlier this year.