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Thirty-nine organizations are asking the Stowe town government to support their work — in economic development, social services and other public goods.

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When it comes to getting a sense of how much snow was lost last weekend to warm temperatures, high winds and rain, you could take look at the green grass all over Stowe.

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Looking at graphs that chart Copley Health Systems finances in recent years, the line sometimes looks like one of those electrocardiogram readouts, with jags of peaks and valleys.

The Lamoille South school district may be neck-deep in budget talks, but residents in Stowe, Morristown and Elmore have more than money on their minds.

After a good snow, Zac Freeman, a founder of the Rochester/Randolph Area Sports Trail Alliance and now its trails and recreation economic director, will get to the Braintree Mountain Forest trailhead by 5 in the morning with a handful of friends. Then it’s time to make the first hike in, ove…

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The Stowe Select Board is looking at a budget proposal that would add slightly less than 1 cent to the municipal tax rate.

It’s one thing to be good at snowboarding. It’s another thing to suddenly realize you’re one of the nation’s top two riders in your discipline when told you’ve qualified for a world championship.

Stowe Mountain Rescue rang in the new year by helping an 84-year-old that had fallen into Bingham Falls — at least that’s how old if you measure in dog years.

The Morristown Fire Department is teaming with The Old Fishing Hole Gun Shop to raise money for Mariah Mitchell, a Morristown firefighter severely injured by a falling tree during the Halloween storm late last year.

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Gov. Phil Scott is pitching a universal after-school program for K-12 students that would be rolled out over the next five years, a plan he said will benefit both students and their working parents. 

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Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman is officially running for governor. The Progressive/Democrat announced Monday he is mounting a challenge against incumbent Republican Phil Scott.  

The Stowe Youth Hockey Under-10 tier 3 team played neighboring Harwood Jan. 11 in Waterbury …

February is Love Your Neighbor Food Drive Month!

The Vermont Community Newspaper Group will be collecting nonperishable items to be donated to the Lamoille Community Food Share throughout the month of February. Drop off items at the News & Citizen, 92 Lower Main Street, Morrisville, or the Stowe Reporter, 49 School Street, Stowe.

Recent events have caused a big hiccup in a normal Waterbury winter, and created a pond in Rusty Parker Memorial Park on Main Street.

It’s always a packed house when Peoples Academy plays Lamoille Union High School; the schools are less than 5 miles apart. Here, Lamoille’s Ma…

Stefan Lessard from Dave Matthews Band and his Secret Stash of musical friends perform Saturday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m. in a benefit concert for the Spruce Peak Arts Center Foundation at Stowe Mountain Resort. The other musicians include Adam Gardner and Ryan Miller from Guster, Marc Roberge fro…

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