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Hundreds of children and adults parade through downtown Waterbury, carrying ornate lanterns in a tradition that started a decade ago as an art project at Thatcher Brook Primary School.
As Vermont works to eliminate the use of single-use bags in retail stores, the Waterbury Rotary Club is getting involved with its Reusable Bag Project. The club received a district grant to create reusable bags, and money from bag sales will be invested back into the community. Citizens subm…
Vermont is a tiny state, but Charlotte author Stephen P. Kiernan thinks it can do big things, and even lead the way for the rest of the nation.
Stowe Middle School students spend their time thinking about finding life on other planets, creating code interfaces, and what to do about nuclear waste, among other things.
Vermont leads the nation by a commanding margin as the top maple producing state. Total U.S. maple syrup production in 2018 was 4.1 million gallons, with Vermont’s contribution accounting for more than 1.9 million of those gallons.
March is just around the corner: a month long-awaited not only for the signs of spring it brings, but also for the liquid gold that’s about to start flowing in force across the Green Mountain State.
Melvin Wells, who has brought the spirit of Santa Claus to Lamoille County children for years, representing the jelly-bellied, bearded fellow, wants people to include his Nebraska Valley home on their list of places to stop to re-up their holiday cheer.