With the arrival of peak foliage last week came the peak leaf peeper traffic, but one meadow off Stowe’s Mountain Road seemed to attract an unusual influx of photo snappers.
The Stowe Free Library has increased membership and circulation numbers, replaced at least one of the departed employees and completed “respect in the workplace” training.
The issue of whether Stowe’s fire chief should remain on the job even though he was fired as a police officer for sexual misconduct that occurred several years ago has the town divided.
Stowe Electric Department plans on asking voters to float a $3.4 million bond to upgrade the infrastructure that provides power to the village.
The mission to bring affordable high-speed broadband internet to everyone in Lamoille County proceeds apace, with a six-figure funding boost to help the effort.
A proposal for the town of Stowe to completely overhaul its downtown traffic flow and make Main Street a one-way road was dismissed out of hand Monday at a selectboard meeting. It did, however, get people thinking, what if?
Sterling College, working with HELPSY, the largest clothing collector in the Northeast, is holding fundraising clothing drive on Saturday, Oct. 16, from 9 a.m.-noon., Craftsbury Common.
The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, in collaboration with local nonprofits, town officials, scientists and regional planners, has completed two tactical basin plans that will be available for public comment through Nov. 12.
When Vermont legislators return to session in January, leaders in the Senate and the House have said that the passing of Prop 5 will be an immediate priority.
As foliage leaves turn past their peak, here’s how the Stowe Raiders fared last week.
The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum presents “Celebrating 100 Years of Ski Jumping at Harris Hill,” Thursday, Oct. 21, 7 p.m., as part of its virtual Red Bench discussion series.
Barry Matthews has joined Stowe Land Trust as community engagement manager. This new position will build the land trust’s capacity for outreach, engagement and education.
Winners of Healthy Lamoille Valley’s annual prevention honors have been announced.
St. Leo’s Hall, 109 S. Main St., Waterbury, hosts a blood drive for the American Red Cross Thursday, Oct. 21, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Vermont Department of Health, Morrisville office, hosts vaccine clinics at the Hyde Park VFW on Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
The Lamoille Family Center offers a free parenting workshop based on the bestselling book “The 5 Love Languages of Children” by Gary Chapman on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 6-8 p.m., 480 Cady’s Falls Road, Morrisville.
The United Church of Johnson annual chicken pie supper will be held Saturday, Oct. 23, for takeout only, 5-7 p.m.
One of the great pleasures of a sunny fall day is the juicy, sweet crunch of a new apple, fresh from the orchard.
Justin Kremling plans to travel all the way from Austin, Texas, to bend the knee and ask for his longtime girlfriend Caylin Toot’s hand in marriage next Tuesday.
Leaf peepers have gathered in droves this fall on Stowe’s Mountain Road across from the Toll House to take in the fall vista on their iPhones and for their Instagram feeds.
Stowe’s cross country teams competed in a meet at Peoples Academy in Morristown Saturday in perfect fall foliage running weather.
Stowe soccer player Evan Reichelt gets his head in the game during a recent match against arch-rival PA.
The Rooney Farm in Morristown’s Mud City. Its hilly geography lends itself to picturesque views and limits the number of cows the farm can pasture.
A litter of Lancers hits the trails at Peoples Academy during a Lamoille County-centric meet in perfect foliage running conditions Saturday.