Just a few months into a two-year town-wide property reassessment and just a few weeks before a new legislative session, Stowe town officials are pressing lawmakers to consider moving away from a property tax-based model for funding education and toward an income-based model.
Union Bank currently has plans underway to tear down its building in Stowe village and take up temporary residence in the building now occupied by X Press before returning to a new, larger bank and office it plans to build on its current site.
Like many high school teens, Sarah Evans packed as much into her four years at Stowe High School as she possibly could and was in no rush to head off to college.
One of Morristown’s most prolific housing developers is pulling two dozen apartments off the open market and selling them to an organization that will ensure they will remain forever affordable to low-income renters.
A woman who dealt with debilitating trauma after the loss of her spouse and child finally found long-term housing earlier last month after two years living in emergency hotel housing made possible by pandemic-era federal funding.
Stowe is reworking its sexual harassment policy, roughly a year after the town found itself embroiled in a crisis amid sexual misconduct allegations against its former fire chief.
Drivers are united in their concerns that potential changes being considered by the Agency of Transportation in Smugglers Notch may be ineffective, might be too costly or could just be downright ugly.
The Vermont Department of Health is preparing to dole out $150,000 to Lamoille County people or organizations working to improve health equity and break down barriers to getting health care.
A dragon has found its new home on Hutchins Street in downtown Morrisville at Village Center Apartments, an affordable housing development by Lamoille Housing Partnership.