The Lamoille County Foodshare will celebrate the memory of board member Karen Loh on Green Bag Day, Saturday, June 10.
The Cambridge Food Shelf is looking for good, clean summer clothing.
The Swap Sisters and the East Hardwick Grange are once again collaborating on a plant swap, Sunday, June 4, 1-3 p.m., at the Caledonia Grange #9, 88 E. Church St., East Hardwick.
Are you interested in growing your own food in community with others? Then the Morristown Community Garden program might be for you.
Matthew Califano from Craftsbury Academy has won a 2023 Achievement Award in Writing from the National Council of Teachers of English.
On Friday and Saturday, May 26-27, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., the Waterbury Center Community Church is holding All Things Maple, a bake sale with many goodies, pies, bread, cookies, scones and the popular maple baked beans.
The Stowe organization that leapt into action to help folks during the early weeks of the coronavirus pandemic is no longer operating in emergency mode and is looking for ways to stick around for the long term.
Bring a table and join a community yard sale on the lawn of the Governor’s House at 100 Main Street in Hyde Park Saturday, May 27.
Sturdy stocky tomato plants from a neighbor’s greenhouse; vigorous perennials dug from local gardens; annual vegetable and flower starts and houseplant divisions to brighten your indoor space — these are some of the finds you might pick up at the Craftsbury Public Library annual plant sale.
The Stowe Historical Society Museum will be closed during May for upkeep and to put finishing touches on its new exhibit — Mansfield Canoe and Stoware Mill.
On the morning of April 20, on an otherwise mild mud season day during the relative dead season for most retailers, a line out the front door suddenly formed at Higher Elevation in Morrisville.
For over a hundred years, there has been a Wilcox on Cadys Hill in Cambridge, and, with relatively little interruption, there’s almost always been a Wilcox delivering mail for the Cambridge Post Office.
Nominations are open for the annual 4393 Awards, a reader survey sponsored by the Stowe Reporter and News & Citizen to honor the best in the area.
Grab your trash bags and the nearest discarded beer can: Green Up Day returns to Stowe on Saturday, May 6, to rid the roadsides of its winter detritus.
The Morristown Conservation Commission is getting ready for the day when Vermonters take to the roads and pick up trash and other debris.
The Friends of Hardwick Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization is hosting its annual fundraising bottle drive.