Jan Reynolds, the Stowe skier, writer, alpinist, photographer, explorer and ethnographer known in some circles as “Indiana Jan,” is off on another trip this week.
In 2018, part-time Michael Krancer successfully sued two Massachusetts-based Stowe landlords to sell him their property.
Last week, amid news about the collapse of two mid-sized regional banks on both coasts, Union Bank sought to ensure its customers that their money was safe.
A full lineup from Gov. Phil Scott’s administration brought their traveling ARPA Tour to a roomful of state representatives and town administrators from across Lamoille County on Monday to impart a simple message: Come get your money before time runs out.
Stowe has decided to spend a couple of thousand dollars more than budgeted to hire a consulting firm to help the town reorganize its fire and emergency medical services departments.
“We want people to remember that you’re not just on your way somewhere. You are somewhere.”
Love in Vermont for a Stowe couple prevailed over the federal government in Washington.
Green Mountain Support Services, a Morrisville service agency that helps elderly folks and people with disabilities live fuller lives, has been granted a reprieve after the state threatened to pull the plug on the agency due to alleged mismanagement and shoddy financial processes.
Stowe police officer Benjamin Cavarretta quietly left the department last month amid an investigation into the now former senior patrolman.
Earlier this month, a Division II boys’ hockey playoff game featured a matchup between one Raiders team and another team formerly known as the Raiders but now just known as Rutland, a name change made in the face of accusations that the old name had racist origins.
When lawmakers at the beginning of the session received their projected revenue packets, one of them contained a picture of Wile E. Coyote in his classic cartoon conundrum, having just run off the edge of a cliff without even knowing it yet.
A private buyer purchased the Stowehof Inn last fall, adding the property to their growing Edson Hill portfolio and likely signaling the end of the architecturally unique hotel.
Numerous Lamoille County hoopsters have been awarded post-season honors by the Vermont Basketball Coaches Association.
Fifty hearty souls took to the trails on a blustery, snowy Sunday to participate in the Trapp Race to the Cabin. The snow gods were kind, dumping about 3 inches of fresh powder overnight.
She was the overall World Cup winner for women’s moguls four times. She won a total of 21 World Cup mogul events. She is in the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame and the University of Vermont Sports Hall of Fame.
Now that daylight savings time has begun, the late afternoons are nice and light, sunshine stays on the front of Mansfield well past noon and hanging out in the parking lot enjoying some barbecue and brew time has become an essential part of the daily ski and snowboard experience.
Thea Alvin, a Morristown-based stone mason, will share her artistic talents to assemble large arches and sculptural elements on the landscape at the next Osher Lifelong Learning Institute lecture.
The TRIP Dance Company is presenting its annual fundraiser at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, Hourglass Drive, on Saturday, April 1, at 3 and 7 p.m.
When you were a kid struggling with family, school and other pressures, was there an adult in your life who made you feel heard and understood? If not, do you wish there was?
The Friends of the Stowe Free Library is holding its 38th annual summer book sale from Saturday, July 1, to Saturday, July 22.
With spring creeping closer, our year-round avian residents such as cardinals and titmice are already raising their voices. But there’s more than one way to make music, and birds have evolved means for using everything at their disposal to fill our forests with whistles, twitters and booms – no voice needed.
Gerry Grimo returns to the Statehouse with his 10-piece swing band, the East Bay Jazz Ensemble, on Wednesday, March 29, at 7:30 p.m., offering jazz, blues and vocal classics as well as oldies, R&B and rock.
Rutland based singer-songwriter Phil Henry will play at the Willey Building Auditorium in Cabot on Thursday, March 30, at 7 p.m. as part the latest show by the Cabot Folk Club.
TRIP is a non-profit competitive youth dance company associated with the Stowe Dance Academy.
Gerry Grimo and his 10-piece swing band, the East Bay Jazz Ensemble, offer jazz, blues and vocal classics as well as oldies, R&B and rock.
Jan Reynolds was a member of the U.S. Biathlon team that earned a bronze medal at the 1984 World Cup.
Lamoille Union’s Emily Hutchins, seen here in 2021, was named one of Division II’s best senior hoops players.
Lamoille’s Evie Pirie was named to the Capital League’s post-season all-star team.
“Bud’s Way,” named for long-time ski instructor Bud Conger, is a slice of Morse Mountain connecting Smugglers’ Notch Resort’s village lift line to its highlands base area.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott's Administration officials visited Lamoille County on March 20, 2023. Continuing their county tour to hear from community leaders about their unique infrastructure needs and to discuss the many funding opportunities available to them via federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021. Officials offered guidance on how communities can apply for assistance with tangible economic development, housing, water and sewer, climate change mitigation measures, and broadband projects.
The Hyde Cup, Stowe’s annual exercise in icy egalitarianism, skated into town last week, culminating over the weekend with the usual costumed shenanigans.