Cyclists pedaled their ways up and over Smugglers' Notch and back again, over and over, Saturday as a way to bring recognition to the struggles Black people have in America.
A youth tennis camp proposed for Stowe Hollow has been denied by the town, largely because it would bring too much of a racket to the quiet residential area.
The Canada goose hunting season, to help control Vermont’s resident Canada goose population prior to the arrival of Canada geese migrating south from Canada, started Sept. 1.
With support from Union Bank, the cycling community has come together to put on Ride for Justice on Saturday, Sept. 19. All proceeds benefit the Lamoille Restorative Center.
Hinesburg native and 2017 Thunder Road track champion Bobby Therrien got the win for the Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Models during a 50-lap feature on Thursday, Aug. 20.
Justina Wentworth Reichelt is the next coach for Stowe’s storied field hockey program while Shane Bufano will lead the boys soccer team, a program that has won eight-straight state championships dating back to 2012.
Yeti Baseball, part of the Next Level Baseball League, is holding a tryout for all 12-year olds (Little League graduate class of 2020) to 15-year olds, on Sunday, Aug. 30, at 1:30 p.m. at Peoples Academy in Morrisville.
"On Snow" Snow News covers the people, trends and events of ski racing, snowboarding and free styling, plus the flavor of winter in the Stowe area.
Lots of action on last week’s trivia question! The warming hut near the top of Big Spruce was called the Lookout. Bill “Shakey” Hay was one of the first to answer.