Oktoberfest was another smash hit this year for the Stowe Rotary Club. About 4,000 people came out to the three-day party, and the event raised between $40,000 and $50,000 for Rotary’s community service projects and scholarships.
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.
Today, Oct. 20, Susan Rousselle, sales director for Stowe Area Association, accompanied as always by her loyal canine companion, Lance, will head into work, just like every other day.
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.
Every year, over a million people step through the doors of an old-fashioned country store established in Weston, Vt., where hard-to-find products and long-lost brands take them on a trip down memory lane.
A long-awaited technical hearing for a Verizon Wireless cellphone tower proposed on North Hill in Waterbury finally has a date — the week of Jan. 30, 2017.
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.