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The squeaky wheel gets another chance to think about the intersection of Mountain Road with Luce Hill Road in Stowe.

  • By Kayla Collier, Caleigh Cross, Andrew Martin and Lovell Beaulieu | Stowe Reporter
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When you buy a home, you want to get the best deal possible. Realtors often throw around the terms “buyer’s market” or “seller’s market,” but what does that really mean?

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Stowe’s Scout Film Festival brings in movies made by people under age 18 from all over the world, and in two years has attracted more than a thousand entries from roughly 70 countries.

  • By Caleigh Cross | Stowe Reporter
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Two Stowe town government agencies — the fire department and the emergency medical services department — are going to take a closer look at whether they could unite as a single department with two branches.

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If your car or truck is due for an annual inspection after March 20, the process for getting a new sticker on your windshield may be more complicated than it used to be.

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A new iPhone app may not help you put on your dancing shoes, but it could offer a platform to buy them at a discounted price.

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The Stowe Land Trust’s conservation efforts began in 1987 when a group of residents came together to protect the Mayo Farm. In the decades since then, the land trust has matured into an enduring, trusted and professional organization that oversees 3,500 acres of protected land and continues …

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Police arrested a man in Milton roughly 12 hours after he allegedly robbed a woman at gunpoint Saturday night in the parking lot of a Stowe restaurant.

More than two dozen Vermonters are facing charges related to distribution of heroin and other narcotics in the Newport area, the culmination of a seven-month investigation into drug trafficking in the region. Read more

Under the deceptively mild heading “Preserving a Strong and Vital Vermont,” Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe has issued a blistering critique of President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration, calling them a way of distracting from issues of poverty and racism at home. Read more

Fadwa Alaoui of Brossard, Quebec, has been to Vermont many times on shopping expeditions, and on Saturday, Feb. 4, she hoped to buy a toy for her 5-year-old son, who had finished his last chemotherapy session. Read more

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