Mitzi Johnson remembers being told she was “a good little girl” when she first took her seat in the Vermont House of Representatives.
It’s eerily quiet at the end of Lot D at Stowe Mountain Resort as Monday clicks into Tuesday, and the groomers who started at 4 p.m., when skiers trickled off the hill, make way for to the midnight-to-8-a.m. crew.
Watch Jason Botkin and the three other artists that make up En Masse paint the 24-foot side ceiling panels of the Alchemist, and you might catch a hint of Michelangelo painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
Last year, the race for the Stowe School Board ran hot. Three seats were open on the five-member board, and races developed for two of them — races fraught with debates, battles over values, accusations of illegal election spending, and a push for increased board and election transparency.
A civil lawsuit pitting a ski-binding inventor against the company he founded and the man he claims stole it landed in the Vermont Supreme Court Tuesday, as parties on both sides offered oral arguments on an appeal from a lower court.
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.
Rory Thibault can remove the interim from his title following his appointment by Gov. Phil Scott last Thursday to the post of Washington County state’s attorney.
A Stowe High basketball player has made history: Hattie Moriarty is a 1,000-point scorer.
Bjorn Westervelt, a 10th-grader at Stowe High School, is enjoying the spirit of the Olympics…
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