A woman who reportedly abused her pit bull puppy for months before her brother then abandoned the dog on the side of the road told police she had become unable to care for it, and at least one witness told police said she treated a previous dog in the same way.

Stowe Theatre Guild presents “The World Goes Round,” a musical revue filled with humor, drama and affairs of the heart, Thursday, Aug. 18 to Saturday, Sept. 3, 7:30 p.m. with Saturday matinees at 2 p.m., in the Town Hall Theatre, Main Street.

The 65th Vermont Antique and Classic Car Meet, Friday to Sunday, Aug. 12-13, is one of New England’s largest and longest antique and classic car meets.

People — and dogs — look for a bit of shade at the Stowe Farmers Market Sunday.

“Abound and Again,” a sculpture by Vermont artist Harlan Mack, sits at the intersection of Mountain Road and Main Street, part of the annual Exposed. exhibit curated by Stowe art center The Current.

Wallpaper designed from the home’s wood underlay.

The Lamoille Valley Fish and Game Club’s NRA Family Day July 30 drew members of the public looking to learn about shooting sports.

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