There are three ways a racer can make it into the Sunday’s Superstar start house at the Killington, Audi FIS World Cup.
The Stowe Select Board has adopted a resolution suggested by the Vermont League of Cities and Towns — available online at bit.ly/stowecannabis — that calls for greater oversight for retail cannabis shops and collection of local tax revenue for cannabis sales.
Forrest Shinners, co-founder of Stowe gear-rental company Kit Lender, couldn’t get any investors to bite during his appearance on ABC’s “Shark Tank” Sunday night.
A woman injured when a tree fell on her during a Nov. 1 windstorm is recovering at a Boston rehabilitative hospital, “working insanely hard to regain movement,” according to the organizer of a fundraiser aimed at easing the financial burden.
Jake Burton Carpenter — the man whose name became synonymous with the evolution of snowboarding, from maligned troublemaker fringe sport, through mainstream acceptance and success, to Olympic gold — died last week from complications from a re-occurrence of cancer. He was 65.
Killington Ski Resort’s streak of hosting audience-attracting World Cup racing seemed unstoppable, with an initial 30,000 spectators in 2016 climbing to 35,000 in 2017 and 39,000 in 2018.
David Edleson, rabbi at South Burlington’s Temple Sinai, planned to start the 3SquaresVT Challenge on Sunday, Nov. 17. Then he slipped up and bought a salad at Panera Bread.
Rusty Gregory, CEO of Sugarbush Resort’s new parent company, knew his audience was worried that corporate ownership would change the nature of the ski area that drives their local economy.
Vermont’s two rural electric cooperatives are seeking rate increases for next year, citing rising power supply costs, among other factors.