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.
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.
Our newsroom conducted interviews with seven candidates for governor and lieutenant governor.
Rebecca Holcombe, Vermont’s former education secretary and a Democratic candidate for governor, gives Gov. Phil Scott high marks for most of what he’s said and done during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pat Winburn is running for governor on a simple platform: say “yes” to the things Gov. Phil Scott has said “no” to, along with additional, more progressive initiatives.
When Senate President Pro Tempore Tim Ashe, D/P-Chittenden, announced he was running for Lieutenant Governor in January he thought the position would free him from day-to-day management of the senate and allow him to focus on bigger picture issues across the state.
Debbie Ingram — a Chittenden County senator with a diverse background that ranges from television production to ministry — minces no words when she weighs in on what might be the loudest call for justice since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.
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 Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets is reporting that several Vermont residents have received unsolicited packages containing seeds that appear to have originated from China.
The Local Support and Community Action Team, part of the Governor’s Economic Recovery Task Force, has organized virtual COVID-19 recovery visits in all 14 Vermont counties in the next several months. The Lamoille County event is scheduled Thursday, Sept. 24, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
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.
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."
Four different racers claimed their first-ever feature wins during a night that showcased extra racing at Barre’s Thunder Road.
Look out your window from Aug. 8-15 and you might be in for a surprise: runners and walkers decked in “Votes for Women” sashes.
Hikers and rock climbers can return to Vermont cliffs starting August 1 now that peregrine falcon nesting season has ended.
The bike ferry connecting the mainland to the Lake Champlain Islands reopens at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 12 for the rest of the 2020 season.
Car enthusiasts in Stowe will be able to see antique cars roll through town from Morrisville at 1 p.m. Saturday, August 8, en route to Waterbury Village.
“Dona Ann McAdams: Perform-ative Acts,” now showing at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, features photographs from McAdams expansive oeuvre over the last 40 years featuring essential documentation of the avant-garde performance and queer lib…
The Lamoille County Republican Party is hosting a livestreamed debate tonight, Aug. 6, among the five GOP candidates running for lieutenant governor.
Joe Tichansky celebrated his 95th birthday July 25 in Stowe. Dan and his wife Janet moved to Stowe from Wayne, N.J., in 2003.
The Vermont Community Newspaper Group conducted interviews with seven of the candidates running for governor and lieutenant governor.
Justin A. Kenney’s “Patrol the Pigeon,” 2019, steel and concrete, in front of the library and art center building in the village.
John Matusz’s “Interrogative Statement,” 2009, welded and bolted steel.
A young member of the Bidwell family jumps into the pool at Johnson’s Journey’s End swimming hole. The area is protected by the Vermont River Conservancy.
Wolcott’s library is moving into the town’s refurbished, historic railroad station.
Landowners who have fields can help protect grassland birds such as bobolinks by delaying mowing until mid-August.