The building at 90 Pond St. in Stowe is now the art center formerly known as Helen Day. Better yet, call it by its new name: The Current.
In late April, a COVID-19 outbreak exploded at the Teen Challenge Center in Johnson with 26 cases of the virus so far, according to the Vermont Department of Health.
The first time Vince and Allison Bolduc made maple syrup, they tapped a few maples around their home using hand-me-down taps, hung milk jugs from the trees and lugged the sap back to their driveway to boil it.
As the state aims to have Vermont fully open for business by Independence Day, Stowe is giving local merchants and service providers several more months of relaxed zoning rules as they try to keep customers coming — and safe.
For the second concert in this year’s noontime series, organist Peter Sykes returns to Stowe on Wednesday, May 12, at Stowe Community Church.
Jane Brown of Waterbury Center was given the Vermont Arbor Day Award by the Vermont Urban and Community Forestry Program, which is dedicated to individuals who have made a difference in their community's urban and community forest.
The Stowe housing market is experiencing unprecedented pressure, mostly from a massive influx of wealthy out-of-state home-buyers. Available homes are few and far between — with nothing on the market for less than half a million.
A man who penned a recent letter complaining about people encroaching on a Waterbury Center disc golf course is a government official who issued his complaint under a fake name.
Coronavirus: Local Business Operations
Explore Stowe-area businesses and events with modified operations as a result of COVID-19. Information courtesy of the Stowe Area Association.
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