• May 29, a son, Camden Edward-George Wescom, to Shyann Macneal, Morrisville.
The 125th season of the Morrisville Community Band is underway with a new conductor, Nick Allen, and volunteer musicians from all walks of life, ranging from high school students to grandparents.
On a blustery cold June day at the base of Vermont’s highest peak, 64 Stowe High School seniors, one by one, made their way to a makeshift dais and received their diplomas. They were cheered on by a chorus of honking cars and trucks parked several feet apart as if they were at a drive-in movie.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources is looking for public input as it develops a long-range management plan for the Worcester Range management unit.
Healthy Lamoille Valley has a supply of prescription drug mail-back envelopes from the Vermont Department of Health. These envelopes are free, prepaid and easy to use. Simply seal your unused …
Congratulations to the Stowe High School class of 2020, who on Saturday will be part of a graduation ceremony that seems much like a drive-in movie, made necessary by the coronavirus.
The Stowe Select Board has issued a press release, intended to stress the town’s requirement that face masks be worn in the presence of others:
The Alchemist Foundation is awarding multiyear scholarships to 16 graduating seniors from Harwood Union, Stowe High School, Peoples Academy, Lamoille Union and local tech centers.
Wren Murphy, a Stowe High School senior, contacted Lamoille Community Food Share in late April. She raised $800 in one weekend then shopped for and dropped off much-needed personal care items …