After spending nearly six months being shuffled between Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and Spaulding Rehab Hospital in Charlestown, Mass., a Stowe High School teacher finally returned home on Tuesday, and a heart-warming crowd was waiting to greet him.
To put a finger on how best to combat the slow decline of volunteers for crucial services in Stowe, such as emergency medical services and the fire department, town officials have hired a consultant.
The Stowe Select Board has agreed to a speed study on Route 100 near the West Hill Road intersection, something many Route 100 drivers brought up during the town’s discussion about how to handle traffic there.
A trip to the salon can be transformative. You go in looking one way and emerge, a moth from a chrysalis, as a new version of yourself, a version with swingy, freshly trimmed hair and a salon style you’ll never quite achieve after you get home.
A young Stowe artist has been working on his craft for a few years, and his hard work paid off when the local Von Bargen’s Jewelry store offered to sell his product.
Democratic leaders have promised a renewed fight in the next legislative session for a key gun-control measure — background checks on all gun purchases.
The Vermont State Board of Education has issued a strongly worded missive to the U.S. education secretary, saying his department’s proposed rules for a new federal education law would hurt schools and students in rural areas such as Vermont.