Democrat George Gay and Republican incumbent Richard Westman went head-to-head Tuesday night on whether new vision or incumbency and experience would benefit Lamoille County the most in its lone state Senate seat.
Two Democrats, a Republican, a Progressive, an independent — you might think that sparks would fly in the five-way race for two Vermont House seats representing Morristown, Elmore, Woodbury and Worcester.
The Vermont Press Association is sponsoring “Debate Sunday” Oct. 23 at St. Michael’s College, where voters can hear the candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general.
The two candidates for Lamoille County’s only seat in the Vermont Senate, Republican incumbent Richard Westman of Cambridge and Democrat George Gay of Stowe, will square off in a debate on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Lamoille Union High School auditorium.
Emily McCormack shudders when she thinks it might not have been a matter of if someone was going to die on Interstate 89 Saturday night, but a matter of when, and whom it would be.
A hot race has developed in the race for one Vermont House seat in the Orleans-Lamoille District, which covers Eden, Jay, Lowell, Troy and Westfield.
The 12th annual Wheels for Warmth fundraiser is returning to Stowe on Oct. 27 and 28 with a …
The film “Ceremony” will be shown on Saturday, Oct. 29, at 2 p.m. at the Memorial Building, …
River Arts is presenting an exhibit of black-and-white photography by Kent Shaw at the Morri…