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The Lamoille Chamber of Commerce will hold a mixer on Monday, Feb. 3, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Sushi Yoshi, 1128 Mountain Road, Stowe, to benefit Lamoille Housing Partnership and the Clarina …

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Vermont Emergency Medical Services District 6, which serves all of Washington County, needs actors to portray victims in a full-scale emergency exercise being held Friday, March 6, at the Verm…

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Rachel Smith of Stowe, Finnbahr Malcolm of Elmore and Alexis Turner of Morrisville were named to the fall president’s list at Plymouth (N.H.) State University.

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Lamoille Housing Partnership has been awarded a Vermont Economic Justice Grant from the Ben & Jerry’s Foundation. The grant will support the affordable housing nonprofit’s continued effort…

From its humble beginnings in a quaint Moscow farmhouse two years ago, the Moscow Ski Club has quickly earned a reputation as one of the most exclusive and interesting ski clubs in Stowe.

The Lamoille Valley Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of the University of Vermont continues on Wednesday, Jan. 15, with local attorney Chandler Matson presenting “The Age of Violence,” and ho…

Marjorie Gale, Vermont state geologist, will lead a talk on last spring’s landslide at Cotton Brook on Thursday, Jan. 9, at 7 p.m., Green Mountain Club Visitor Center, Route 100, Waterbury Center.

Artists are invited to submit 2-D and small 3D artwork and artwork that contains text for “HeARTfully Yours,” a Valentine-themed art exhibit that will run from Jan. 30 to March 1 at the Grange…

Cannabis effects on the body and the brain will be the opening topic for the winter session of the Lamoille Valley Osher Lifelong Learning Institute lectures, organized through the University …

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