On the night before Christmas, not a snow gun was stirring at Stowe Mountain Resort.
A year after Stowe set a low bar for improvements to municipal infrastructure, the perennially popular tourist town plans to fully fund the fix-its with a cool million.
A large crowd, including children from the Elmore School holding signs in support for the Elmore post office, thronged Rep. Peter Welch as he announced Tuesday morning that the collection of P.O. boxes in the Elmore Store would live to receive another letter.
Both ski destinations on either side of Mount Mansfield have shifted COVID-19 guidelines for guests in the wake of surging case numbers across the country.
While both districts have avoided the full-on closures that others in the state have faced due to teacher and student absences for COVID-19 quarantining, they have both undoubtedly suffered from the spread of this extremely contagious strain of the virus.
With temperatures dropping below zero for three straight nights, the vice-chairman of the Stowe Selectboard has been ordered by his own board to swiftly fix one of his apartments that a family of six has tried to keep warm with portable space heaters, because the furnace is broken.
Vermont’s chief federal judge is considering legal arguments about whether a reported confession in January 2021 by the prime suspect for at least eight fires in Stowe was made voluntarily during a police interview.
Georgia Reed is 22 years old now, the same number of years — to the week — that have passed since her mother, Pam Cole Connell, died in a car crash on Route 100 near the Stowe/Waterbury town line. Three-week-old Georgia was a passenger on her first outing from home.
It’s difficult to overstate the ubiquity of onigiri — balls of sticky rice held together by a patch of seaweed — in Japan, but now they’re available to skiers and snowboarders at Stowe Mountain Resort.
The Manor, a nursing home in Morrisville, is among 10 different long-term care facilities in Vermont currently suffering from an outbreak of COVID-19 cases, with 13 cases recorded at the facility as of Tuesday.
Stowe Winter Carnival is back with an ice carving festival and snow volleyball. The festivities happen this week, Thursday, Jan. 20, through Sunday, Jan. 23, in Stowe.