The first public opening for an art show put on by The Current in Stowe since the beginning of the pandemic is one that is perennially outside anyway.

The town of Stowe will be getting essentially two emergency response vehicles in one when it buys a combination fire engine/rescue vehicle the fire chief calls a “Swiss Army Knife” of a truck.

Stowe Mountain Resort wants to pave over a parcel of meadowland near the top of Harlow Hill, the steepest part of Mountain Road, to create an overflow parking lot for the busiest days of the ski season.

Can a cocktail tell a prospective diner everything they need to know about a restaurant? The gin and tonic at Wildflower — the elevated-casual new American eatery that just opened at the Grey Fox Inn — just might.

Scenes from Lamoille County Field Days, held this past weekend at its usual spot in Johnson, included plenty of corn dogs and kettle corn, equestrian contests, musical talent, cast-iron skillet tossing, and rides galore.


Seemingly every industry is finding it hard to attract new employees and that rings true for the folks responsible for handling the garbage created by everyone else.

It takes money to save money, and a couple of big Lamoille Housing Partnership projects in Stowe and Morristown plan to spend big up front to ensure their tenants don’t have to.

There are a couple of truisms about Stowe as a dining destination. First, a pandemic couldn’t stop more than a dozen new food-forward businesses from opening in the past year and change. Second, Jack always comes back.

Sometimes you don’t pick your next adventure; other people pick it for you. That’s kind of what Kerry Sedutto and her husband Kevin Komer have in store as they bring back blueberries on North Hollow Road.


After a 16-month hiatus due to the pandemic, Amtrak this week resumed train service throughout Vermont, including stops at Waterbury’s historic train station.

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