Stowe’s sole voice in the Vermont House of Representatives will not seek re-election.
According to the report, the cause of the crash was the failure of the “main rider attachment lanyard,” a flexible piece of canvas similar in material to the strapping used by rock climbers.
A kitchen operation, outdoor service and food trucks at Stowe Cider have all been approved by the development review board, but an application for outdoor live music was denied.
The kiddos have taken over The Current, adorning the Stowe gallery’s walls with their works of art in an annual tradition that offers a glimpse inside the collective youthful mind.
Bill Driscoll of the North American Hockey Academy, founded in Stowe in 1999, received the Founders Award from the American Hockey Coaches Association at its annual convention in Naples, Fla., in April.
The Current in Stowe has been awarded $15,000 to support community-based and collaborative murals on Stowe’s public recreation path and at Stowe Middle School through the Vermont Art Council’s 2022 Animating Infrastructure program.
Saudia LaMont, a Lamoille County equity consultant, will be a Democratic candidate for the Vermont House of Representatives in the newly reapportioned Lamoille-Washington district that serves Morristown, Elmore, Woodbury, Worcester and part of Stowe.
Montpelier mayor Anne Watson is running for the Vermont Senate to represent the Washington Senate district, which includes Stowe, in the 2022 Democratic primary election on Aug. 9.
Scott Weathers, a Stowe resident who announced this week he is running for the Vermont House of Representatives, has had a couple of real-life reminders of why he supports the issues he does.
Here’s how the Raiders fared in the past week.
Copley Hospital’s annual golf tournament – the 35th Copley Golf Scramble — will be held Saturday, July 9, at the Copley Country Club in Morristown and early registration is already underway.
“Art in a Time of Crisis: A Group Environmental Art Exhibition,” now showing at River Arts’ Copley Studio Gallery through July 9, explores the “overwhelming climate dilemma” that is shaping our next generation.
Sturdy stocky tomato plants from a neighbor’s greenhouse. Vigorous perennials dug from local gardens. Annual vegetable and flower starts. Houseplant divisions to brighten your indoor space.
The Waterbury Center Community Church will have its All Things Maple sale on Friday, May 27, and Saturday, May 28, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Pam Kennedy will lead a workshop in the Grow Your Own series for those who want to learn to save their own seeds for next year.
Good weather and a big turnout kicked off the 2022 season at Johnson SkatePark Saturday, May 6, for the Green Up and Spring Tune-Up Day.
Senior Olivia Demag had a home run, four RBIs and stole two bases.
Dot Hayden, Heidi Scheuermann and Maggie Morrissey green up along Stowe’s River Road on Saturday during the state’s annual Green Up Day.
Ralph Monticello stands outside of this farmhouse on Crooks Road in Eden.
Heidi Scheuermann as a member of the Stowe Selectboard.
Amid jacked up real estate prices and a severe inventory shortage, there were 61 households in Lamoille County — 102 people, including 20 children — without a home this winter.
The TRIP Dance Company at its performance at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center April 2.
People got into the spirit of the Stowe Sugar Slalom, held April 2-3 at Spruce Peak. The sugar on snow setup kept going, too, for the throngs of skiers who raced in one of the longest continuous alpine ski events in the country.