“Congratulations. And, condolences.” That was David Bickford, chair of the Lamoille South school board, after the board signed off Monday night on a $32,275,750 budget proposal for the 2020-21 school year.
For the second straight year, the long Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend brought a surplus of skiers and a dumping of snow to Stowe, leading to traffic jams all over town.
Gov. Phil Scott has proposed fully funding the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, giving hope to people who have toiled for more than two decades to complete the 93-mile recreation path.
A Jeffersonville felon — who authorities said had 16 firearms in his home, including several high-powered assault rifles — will remain in prison until his trial on a federal gun charge, court records show.
Jan. 15, 7:35 a.m., police responded to a three-car accident on Route 15 in Danville and charged Roderick Dunson, 35, of Danville with providing false information about who was driving, and got tickets for driving without a license and crossing lanes. Dunson lost control of his vehicle and s…
The Vermont Supreme Court has ruled that a Lamoille County judge was not wrong to allow a jury to see evidence of smashed cars while it was hearing the case of a man who allegedly lied about smashing up those cars.
A system designed to help criminal offenders serve less time in prison is driving up Vermont’s prison admissions, according to new research from the Council of State Governments.
There were three cases of sexual assault and two instances of sexual harassment involving members of the Vermont National Guard in the last fiscal year, according to a report released Wednesday, Jan. 15.
The brother of a woman allegedly killed by her ex-boyfriend gave his support to legislation that would prevent people accused of domestic abuse from possessing or obtaining firearms.