As egg prices rose locally and nationally through 2022 and into the new year, Trista Ringer also saw skyrocketing demand among her neighbors for the eggs laid by her backyard flock of chickens.
Knights of Columbus Council #5041 holds a silent auction Santa Maria steak dinner on Friday, Feb. 3, 5-6:30 p.m. at the Crosby Center behind the Most Holy Name of Jesus Church, 301 Brooklyn St., Morrisville.
Coral Chapter #16, Order of the Eastern Star, is holding a homemade soup sale on Friday, Jan. 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Masonic Hall on the corner of Portland and Brigham streets in Morrisville.
Stowe Electric Department employees might have missed some meals during a multiple-day holiday power outage if it weren’t for the provisions provided by various Stowe eateries. At least, as soon as those places had power.
United Church of Johnson is hosting a fundraising dinner for Heifer Project International on Tuesday, Jan. 3, to raise money to help end poverty for people in the Johnson area and elsewhere.
Lamoille Community Food Share has hired Tess Milner as its new executive director, a newly created position that has become necessary as more and more people face food insecurity, the nonprofit organization said in a press release.
As Jordan Saglio prepared the first shipment of The Morning Movement coffee beans in the Panamanian jungle surrounded by his family and friends, his local business partner, Arturo Venegas, announced that each individual bean needed to be inspected.
What began 10 years ago as a few quick breads baked one Thanksgiving by Leslie Whitaker has grown into a twice-yearly bake-a-thon that feeds hundreds of people and serves multiple agencies throughout Lamoille County.
For the fifth year in a row, Smugglers’ Notch Distillery has been chosen as one of the top 10 vodka distilleries in the United States in the USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards.
When the new owner of a wildly popular cider mill comes off a six-year stint at a rising star in the hard cider scene, it just makes sense to quote “Good Will Hunting.”
After learning about food insecurity in Vermont and around the world, second graders at Johnson Elementary School brought 893 food items to the Johnson Food Shelf ahead of a Thanksgiving holiday.
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(Family Features) From filling dinners to favorite desserts, comfort foods can bring smiles to friendly faces. As temperatures drop, lean on recipes that add flavor and bring warming scents to your kitchen.