Nearly six months after the Duxbury town government closed the books on its fiscal year, it got some bad news: The town overspent its annual budget by $156,000.
Inside a nondescript building on Demeritt Place in Waterbury, a large whiteboard covers most of an office wall. Scrawled in blue, green, purple and brown markers are more than a hundred names and numbers, ranging from a couple of hundred thousand to over a billion.
Killington Ski Resort’s streak of hosting audience-attracting World Cup racing seemed unstoppable, with an initial 30,000 spectators in 2016 climbing to 35,000 in 2017 and 39,000 in 2018.
David Edleson, rabbi at South Burlington’s Temple Sinai, planned to start the 3SquaresVT Challenge on Sunday, Nov. 17. Then he slipped up and bought a salad at Panera Bread.
Rusty Gregory, CEO of Sugarbush Resort’s new parent company, knew his audience was worried that corporate ownership would change the nature of the ski area that drives their local economy.
Six players on the Harwood Union High School field hockey team were named to Capital League …
Ten members of the Harwood Union High School girls soccer team have been named to postseason…
Eight members of the 2019 Harwood Union High School boys soccer team have been named to post…
Waterbury will get a new downtown mural next year.
A one-day sale of art and collectibles will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.…
Everybody Wins! Vermont, a statewide mentoring organization, needs reading mentors in Waterbury.
The Waterbury Winterfest Silent Auction is scheduled Saturday, Dec. 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Grout Observatory dome is assembled at the old Morrisville Foundry.
Jake D’Amico, a junior midfielder for Lamoille Union, was named to the Capital League Second Team.
Annie Fennelly, above, and Ella Holter have been named to the Capital League First Team. Fennelly was a key to Harwood’s offense, and Holter w…
Space is the final frontier, the realm of science fiction, of futurist ponderings, an endless star-speckled darkness where few humans have been but countless millions have stared into since the beginning of time.
Students at Stowe High School will present “Big Fish” — a musical by Andrew Lippa and book by John August — at the school auditorium this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Stowe Community Church, on historic Main Street, hosts an Old-fashioned Christmas Carol Sing, Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary. The event is free and is open to all.