There’s something satisfying about chatting up a tourist on the ski lift or hiking trail, in a coffee shop or bar, and basking in the good-natured envy the tourist shows when you say, “Yeah, I live here.”
Providing free meals to schoolchildren may offer benefits beyond soothing hunger pangs.
Pamela Polston and Paula Routley, cofounders of the Seven Days weekly newspaper in Burlington, are being inducted into the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame.
Should the school year start after Labor Day, even if it means classes linger well into June? In recent years, the school year has started in August, when many families are still on a summer schedule.
House Speaker Shap Smith, D-Morristown, is asking Vermont residents, employers and policymakers for economic development proposals and job growth strategies that the Legislature can consider.
What do you want to call that new road in Morrisville?
Stephanie Frederick, a registered nurse who is a practice manager at Stowe Family Practice, has been promoted to director of nursing for Community Health Services of Lamoille Valley.
When Whitney and Ed Germon moved to Stowe in the 1990s, two neighbor kids, about 7 or 8 years old, pedaled over on their bikes. They were the first people to say hi to the newcomers.
The 2015 Vermont Agronomy Plus meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center, 738 Route 15 West, Hyde Park.
Stowe police blotter Jan. 12-18
At least 58 Vermont elementary schools — one-third of the total — have fewer than 100 students. At least 16 of those, almost 10 percent, have fewer than 50, according to Agency of Education figures for the last school year.
Assiduus usus uni rei deditus et ingenium et artem saepe vincit. (Cicero)
A capital project is a physical public betterment, maintenance or improvement with a value exceeding $10,000 that is not recurring on an annual basis.
The organization of the Vermont Senate and House into committees, where we do the majority of our work, is always much anticipated. We just finished our first week of work in our new committees in both bodies.
Stowe police made their second big drug bust in two weeks on Sunday, when they pulled over a man for a traffic violation and allegedly found 10 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle.
A Stowe man who tried to run away from police got a mean case of frostbite to go along with his drunken driving charge last week.
Sue Arguin has joined the team of agents at William Raveis BCK Real Estate, working out of the Barre office.
Mary Chudzik, a physical therapist at Pinnacle Physical Therapy in Stowe and ballet teacher at the Stowe Dance Academy, recently attended a weeklong training in Revolutionary Principles of Movement.
The theme will be Challenge and Promise: Manufacturing Renewal in Vermont and the Nation at a lunch Thursday, Jan. 29, at the Capitol Plaza Hotel, State Street, Montpelier.
Jonathan J. Gould has been appointed senior vice president and senior commercial loan officer at Morrisville-based Union Bank.
A new chapter was added to the history books of the FIS Snowboard World Cup tour today. Not on...