Elmore calls itself the “beauty spot of Vermont” — a classic small New England town on the shores of a pristine lake with the mountains rising behind. Who could disagree?
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The owner of a Stowe auto-repair shop has been penalized for violating Vermont environmental regulations by storing hazardous waste improperly — and spilling it — and operating a de facto salvage yard without state permission.
Summer jobs have long been regarded as both the blessing and the curse of being over age 15 in the summer: “I can’t, I have to work” can be uttered with the finality of a nail in a coffin when invited to go to the beach.
Although Susan Moeck takes a wealth of institutional knowledge out the door when she retires from the town government today, she leaves her realm in reliable, enthusiastic hands.
In many ways, running an inn is akin to racing a sailboat. A team of people bands together and, using strategy and resources, it moves forward to achieve a common goal, while facing off against a fleet of other sailors.
A community farewell party for Nathan Suter, outgoing executive director of Helen Day Art Center, will be held Saturday, July 23, at 7 p.m. at the Helen Day, 90 Pond St., Stowe.
As a teenager growing up outside Philadelphia, Sue Minter woke up every morning around 5:30. A 30-minute drive later, white figure skates laced, she’d hit the ice and practice, carving figure eights, over and over, until it was time for school. Read more