The Stowe Farmers Market went through a lot of ups and downs before opening five weeks ago, and — with restrictions lifting and tourists coming to town — organizers are still trying to find a balance of safety, hospitality, and prosperity for both vendors and patrons.

Our newsroom may be quiet as we practice social distancing, but our staff are still hard at work bringing the news that matters most. We’re scattered throughout Vermont, Pennsylvania and Maine, staying safe and working from our kitchen tables, home desks and more.

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…

The Waitsfield publisher of a series of beloved children’s books is continuing its trademark fight with online streaming juggernaut Netflix.

Run into David Bisbee around town and talk to him for more than a minute or two, and the affable family doctor might just ask you to come by his home to check out his treehouse.

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.

It’s not just Mary who has little lambs.

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