A new gondola-style connector lift is being planned for Stowe Mountain Resort’s Spruce Peak and Smugglers’ Notch Resort’s Sterling Mountain, documents provided by the resorts to the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources revealed.
Stowe isn’t going to be winning a Webby anytime soon, but a more modern update to the municipal website is on the town’s to-do list. It’s just going to cost almost three times as much as expected.
A former professional basketball player whose nascent career with the Boston Celtics was derailed after years of heavy drug use let local high school students last week in on a little secret: that train had started going of the rails before it even left the station.
Last week, residents of the Morristown Corners neighborhood got a warning from their local water corporation with an urgent warning: “DO NOT DRINK THE WATER.”
Vermont’s turtles are on the move, and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is asking for the public’s help in keeping them safe.
Bobolinks, Savannah sparrows and eastern meadowlarks enrich every summer with their songs, but their populations have suffered dramatic, long-term declines due to the loss of their grassland habitat.
On July 1, trash bag fees at Lamoille Regional Solid Waste Management District’s five drop-off locations will increase.
Stowe High School presented “Noises Off” last weekend. Brimming with slapstick comedy, the play was a completely student-run endeavor, conceived and directed by Stowe High School seniors Evan Reichelt and Kenan Griffith.
Construction was expected to start this week on the Smugglers Notch portion of Route 108 between Stowe and Cambridge as improvements to parking and accessibility get underway.
The Agency of Natural Resources will let Stowe Mountain Resort continue its paid parking program indefinitely after the resort provided the state with data asserting its positive effects on traffic during the 2022-2023 ski season.
Stowe officials are pondering whether to go from simply saying all people are welcome, like nearly half the towns in the state have done, to dedicating long hours putting words to action, like roughly a dozen towns have done.
Parked out in front of the public safety building Saturday during a recent open house recruitment driver were the newest tools in the fire department and EMS toolbox: the new fire engine and new ambulance.
Here’s how the Raiders fared in the past week.
The Waterbury-Stowe Fish and Game Club held its 61st fishing derby for kids on a cloudy and cool day May 21, a perfect day for a fishing derby.
Stowe swimmers Charlotte Brynn and Paula Yankauskas brought home several medals in the 2.4 mile and the premier Golden Mile races in the open water swim event in Lake Cane in Orlando May 20.
This is the time of year when my yard feels bursting with life, as the neighborhood welcomes eastern phoebes, ruby-throated hummingbirds, and broad-winged hawks back from their long migrations.
Auditions for “The Haunting of Hill House” will be held on Saturday and Sunday, June 17-81, at 1 p.m. the Hyde Park Opera House, 85 Main St. in Hyde Park.
Here are some resources and upcoming programs from Healthy Lamoille Valley.
Addilyn Wells is the recipient of the 2023 Shannon Palmer Digital Camp Scholarship Award at The Current in Stowe.
• March 10, a daughter, Ayla Lyn Battin, born to Bradley and Victoria (Rapoza) Battin of Worcester.
A summer tradition will continue this summer as the Morrisville Community Band returns for a series of outdoor concerts and appearances in local parades and events.
Join Healthy Lamoille Valley on Thursday, June 15, noon-4 p.m. at Jenna’s House in Johnson for an afternoon of action planning to prevent and reduce youth substance use and increase their overall health and well-being.
Three kids and a dad fish at the recent fishing derby in Waterbury.
Lamoille Union girls’ lacrosse goalie Elizabeth Daley guards the net at a recent game as their season wound down.
Voting is open for the annual 4393 Awards, a reader survey sponsored by the Stowe Reporter and News & Citizen to honor the best in our area. Readers helped shape the survey in May by nominating their favorites in each category. Voting is open through June 23. ONE VOTE PER EMAIL ADDRESS. Winners will be announced this summer.