A girls hockey team with zero seniors and a roster chock-full of freshmen and sophomores isn’t supposed to roll through a 20-game regular season.
The Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce, the area’s support network for more than 230 local businesses and nonprofits, recently honored some of the people behind those places.
Wednesday’s snowstorm interfered with Vermont students’ plans to join the national school walkout in support of students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where 14 students and three staff members were killed a month ago.
Two Waterbury businesses have gone solar — with an unexpected twist. The Alchemist and S.T. Paving have both filled their roofs with solar panels, producing more power than their facilities need, and so they’re sharing it.
Vermont Radio Broadcaster and former WDEV Wake Up Vermont co-host Dana Jewell, known for his easygoing conversational manner and humor, will return to WDEV (AM 550 FM 96.1, 96.5, 98.3, 101.9) on March 26.
The emerald ash borer, the Asian beetle that has been chewing its way through North America’s ash trees, has arrived in Vermont, an event as long-anticipated as it is unwelcome.
Vermonter Peggy Shinn still recalls the surprisingly inspiring moment six years ago when the U.S. women’s cross-country ski team finished a World Cup relay in fifth place.
Vermont State Police say the man shot and killed by police Sunday afternoon on Interstate 89 in Bolton was pointing a gun to his own head and walking toward the officers, refusing their orders to put down the firearm.
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