Stowe Mountain Rescue had its busiest summer ever last year, getting called out 28 times between June and August. This summer isn’t expected to be as busy as usual, but the backcountry team isn’t exactly standing by idly.
Turnover in the Lamoille South school district this year doesn’t alarm first-year superintendent Ryan Heraty — out of the 350 employees across the three-town district, 33 employees resigned or retired at the end of the school year.
Janet Godin, Stowe High School’s nurse, lunch lady, field hockey coach and all-around mom figure, has left the building, the same one she left when she graduated in 1971.
As the Stowe Fire Department seeks to increase its coverage capacity and add more paid members to its ranks, a volunteer booster group has donated $50,000 to the cause.
Walter Frame, executive vice president and director of Trapp Family Lodge, was named Stowe Businessperson of the Year at the annual meeting and dinner of the Stowe Area Association.
Ross Connelly’s collection of photographs documenting civic protests in Washington, D.C., in the 1960s is on display through July 17 at the White Water Gallery, River Street, East Hardwick.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending COVID-19 vaccines for children 6 months through 5 years of age, paving the way for vaccinating the youngest Vermonters later this month.
Stowe High School is a small institution. The Class of 2022 graduated 55 students and the world they stepped into Saturday morning might not seem as big as the one previous classes have entered.
The Vermont Renaissance Faire returns to Stowe Saturday and Sunday, June 25-26, on the events field in Stowe, 80 Weeks Hill Road.
Not Quite Independence Day is back for a full slate of fun Fourth of July-style festivities on June 25 in downtown Waterbury.
Drawing from the creative talent he has worked with developing high-demand, style forward products or have met on his journey of developing of his personal art collection, Chris Copley has curated a group show of four artists with roots from the Green Mountain State.
The League of Women Voters of Vermont hosts a virtual candidates forum for the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday, June 30, 7-9 p.m.
Vermont State Police patch and Junior Trooper badge.
Members of Lamoille Habitat for Humanity won for Excellence in Community Service.
Cars slowly roll down Copley Avenue, escorted by Morristown Police Department.
In a standing-room-only commencement last Thursday evening in the in the school gym, COVID-19 wasn’t far from speakers’ mouths.