It was not business as usual Tuesday at the Lamoille County Courthouse in Hyde Park: The five justices of the Vermont Supreme Court were in the house.
Matthew Charles Hill isn’t a fan of taxes or welfare, and he thinks union carpenters can be darned lazy. He graduated high school two months after his daughter was born and he recently proposed to his longtime girlfriend at his annual pig roast.
Now that the Vermont State Colleges board of trustees has unanimously approved a merger of Lyndon and Johnson state colleges, campus-level conversations about the unification are underway.
Republican incumbent Mark Higley and Democrat Katherine Sims went head-to-head on the issues last Wednesday night, competing for the lone House seat for Eden, Jay, Lowell, Westfield and a portion of Troy.
Two candidates are running for Lamoille County’s only seat in the Vermont Senate — incumbent Republican Richard Westman of Cambridge, and Democrat George Gay of Stowe.
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.
After 30 years of running the Hardwick Gazette, at 71, Ross Connelly is ready to retire. But after an essay contest — in which the winner would become the new owner— failed to drum up enough interest to make the plan financially viable, Connelly is planning to sell the business outright. Read more
VTDigger is suing the Vermont state government to obtain records involving oversight of the state’s EB-5 immigrant investment program. Read more
• Adele Biasini and Hillary Mitchell of Morrisville traveled to the Eastern States Expositio…
The Community College of Vermont will present “Haunting for Hunger,” a benefit for the Lamoi…
The 17th annual Pumpkin Art Night will take place on Friday, Oct. 28, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.…