A week after Stowe Fire Department chief Kyle Walker returned to the job, 19 people have signed onto a letter asking for him to be removed from his position.
Stowe residents voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to leave the Lamoille South School District, two and a half years after the state forced the town school district to merge with Elmore and Morristown.
Betty Bright learned how to sew when she was 6 years old. By the time she was 8, she was sewing clothes for herself. As her skills improved, she started sewing for her friends and for her neighbors.
A former designer with a Stowe architecture company is facing a minimum mandatory 15-year prison sentence after pleading guilty in in U.S. District Court to two child pornography charges.
A threat to “do harm” accompanied by derogatory comments made by phone at Stowe Middle and High School prompted a lockdown on Tuesday, according to Stowe Police.
To mark the 10th anniversary Tropical Storm Irene and the devastation it brought to Waterbury village, a group of residents has launched a drive to raise money to install a two-story public art piece of a phoenix, the mythical bird that repeatedly rose from its own ashes.
In late April, a COVID-19 outbreak exploded at the Teen Challenge Center in Johnson with 26 cases of the virus so far, according to the Vermont Department of Health.
The first time Vince and Allison Bolduc made maple syrup, they tapped a few maples around their home using hand-me-down taps, hung milk jugs from the trees and lugged the sap back to their driveway to boil it.
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“Stowe Raiders. Razzle Dazzle. Welcome to Title Town. Put that on the front page.”
The U.S. Alpine Ski Team has been named.
The Vermont walleye fishing season opens Saturday, May 1, marking the return of some of the best walleye fishing in New England.
Blessed Sacrament Church in Stowe, 728 Mountain Road, is hosting a blood drive for the American Red Cross Thursday, May 13, noon-5 p.m.
The Waterbury Center Community Church holds its All Things Maple sale on Friday, May 28, and Saturday, May 29, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Route 100, next to the cider mill in Waterbury Center.
Lamoille County Star Gazers host a solar viewing event — Never Look at the Sun — on the lawn of Peoples Academy’s Grout Observatory on Saturday, May 15, 1-4 p.m., Copley Avenue, Morrisville.
Stowe High School students participated in Vermont’s Green Up Day, May 1.
Storytime for little ones returns to Stowe Free Library on Friday, May 7, 10:30 a.m., 90 Pond St.
Stowe Elementary School kindergarten teacher Beth Bradford is the Lamoille South Unified Union school district’s UVM Outstanding Teacher of the Year recipient.
The Stowe Free Library is hosting another group-read event, this time for the book “Caste” by Isabel Wilkerson, Thursday, June 3, 5:30 p.m.
The A River Runs Through It garden club will hold its annual plant sale on Saturday, May 29.
Lamoille Union High School lacrosse midfielder Phoebe Loomis, No. 8, battles for the ball in a matchup against Harwood Union Monday. Lamoille dropped the game 9-7.
In 1957, Betty Bright won the first sewing competition that she entered.
Volunteers joined Stowe Land Trust to plant trees in a riparian buffer along the Little River at DuMont Meadow on Moscow Road last week. This planting is part of a multi-year effort to remove invasive species and restore native vegetation on the property. Riparian buffers reduce erosion, fil…
It was the Wildcats versus Lancers Sunday in a youth soccer matchup in Jeffersonville.