There are already two opposing legal opinions on whether the town of Stowe can decouple from Morristown and Elmore and leave the merged Lamoille South school district.
For Maddy Ziminsky, leading a march on the anniversary of the death of George Floyd — the Black Minneapolis man killed last year by a white police officer that prompted nationwide protests — was merely the continuation of a long-fought campaign to promote racial equity in her community.
Stowe Mountain Resort was largely shuttered last summer during the pandemic, but the resort is ramping up for its usual slate of outdoor activities, from leisurely ascents up Vermont’s highest peak or screaming descents down its face.
Stowe farmer Ken Ricketson is partnering with Stowe Land Trust and the Vermont Land Trust to protect 210 acres of farmland on Route 100 that has been in his family for three generations.
Element Real Estate, a boutique real estate firm in Vermont, has expanded into the Stowe and Waterbury markets with the opening of a new office, 254 Mountain Road, Stowe.
Lamoille South Unified Union has been awarded a $50,000 Equitable Education Systems Grant by the Vermont Agency of Education for the 2021-2022 school year.
The woman who accused Stowe’s fire department chief of rape during years of sexual encounters when he was a Stowe police officer has shed her anonymity, even as her alleged assailant maintains their relationship was consensual.
Last year, Stowe High School’s graduating class resembled a drive-in movie at the base of Vermont’s highest peak. This year, seniors and their families will be able to get out of the car and sit with each other again in some semblance of normalcy after a very abnormal year.
The full reopening of Vermont is slated for the coming weeks, but Gov. Phil Scott has jump-started one reopening measure: The lifting of a 10 p.m. curfew on Vermont businesses.
Emily Rosenbaum of Stowe has been named project director for Lamoille County’s Working Communities Challenge grant, United Way of Lamoille County and Capstone Community Action announced.
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It’s that point in the high school postseason where the number of contests dwindles, but the stakes get higher and higher.
Skyler Graves, the second-ranked girl in the state entering the three-day individual tournament, bested the top-ranked player in straight sets, 6-4, 6-4. And the duo of Gabby Doehla and Kate Tilgner won the doubles match, the first for the school since 2009.
Tryouts for Post 33 Yeti 14U summer baseball will be held Sunday, June 6, 2:30-4 p.m., Peoples Academy baseball field, Morrisville.
Deer fawns are being born this time of year and state wildlife officials say people should avoid disturbing or picking them up.
Lamoille Family Center hosts a Fingerlicking Good Benefit on Thursday, June 10, 5:30-9:30 p.m., Stowe Cider, 17 Town Farm Lane, Stowe.
Lamoille Chamber of Commerce is holding an in-person mixer Monday, June 21, 5-7 p.m., at the Copley Country Club Veranda Bar & Grill, 441 Copley Country Club Road, Morrisville.
The 5th Vermont Renaissance Faire returns to Stowe, June 26-27, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., to the events field, 80 Weeks Hill Road.
The Stowe Free Library Board will fully open on June 14.
Join Stowe Land Trust’s summer naturalist Ryan Barland on a family friendly exploration of Wiessner Woods, Saturday, June 12, 11 a.m.-1p.m., Edson Hill Road.
Like everyone else, the Stowe Historical Society was in lockdown for the past year. Members continued to hold meetings via Zoom and worked on projects.
A solo exhibition of new mixed media works by artist Melora Griffis is on display at 571 Projects, 56 Park Street, Stowe, through July.
A family photograph of Arnold and Grace Ricketson on the front porch of the family farmhouse.
Select board chair Earl Domina Jr., raises a hand before addressing the outdoor crowd in Belvidere.
The second tractor trailer of the season — as of press time — got stuck in Smugglers Notch Sunday and closed the pass for almost six hours. New messages on flashing signs on either side have been to updated to say “TT will not fit” and “Your GPS is wrong.”
The Peoples Academy baseball team jumps and hoots in celebration after knocking off Vergennes in the semifinals of the Division 3 playoffs Tuesday. The win pits No. 2 Peoples against top-seeded Thetford for the title game.