Most students in Morristown, Stowe and Elmore will attend classes in person most of the time when school starts Sept. 8.
Record numbers of Vermonters have already voted early ahead of the upcoming primary, and even more will head to the polls Tuesday, Aug. 11 to decide who moves on to the general election on Nov. 3.
A drunken woman allegedly lied about having COVID-19 in order to avoid spending the night in detox, sending the county sheriff into an overnight frenzy to notify anyone who might have come into contact with her.
2020 was a good year for Vermont’s maple sugarmakers. The best ever, in fact. Vermont’s maple makers made just over 2.2 million gallons of syrup this year.
Bobolinks, meadowlarks, Savannah sparrows, and grasshopper sparrows enrich our summers with their songs, but some of these species are in decline due to the loss of appropriate grassland habitat.
The Lamoille North Supervisory Union hosts a virtual community forum Friday, Aug. 14 to discuss school reopening plans for Lamoille Union Middle and High School and Hyde Park Elementary School.
Gov. Phil Scott has issued an order requiring people in Vermont to cover their faces when out in public, saying that while Vermont’s COVID-19 infection rate is still among the lowest in the country, a rise in cases elsewhere in the U.S. has put Vermont on the defensive.
The vast majority of students in the Lamoille South school district are healthy enough to attend school in person, but 40 percent of parents would prefer to keep their kids at home, given the choice.
With parts of the nation in tumult — pandemic, protests in the streets, campaigns to reform the police — what’s it like to be a police officer in Lamoille County these days?
For Jane and Terry Shaw, saving a historic building isn’t just about revitalizing a once-proud landmark, home or business. It’s about saving a piece of the soul of Jeffersonville, the Shaws’ home for three decades.
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."